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Danica McKellar Coming to the Big Screen

2005_danica_mckellar.jpg Buried in Hollywood Reporter is a note that Danica McKellar will be starting in an indie horror flick named "Hack!" "Hack!" is not related to the Philadelphia based TV show of the same name, but instead is about a group of kids that go on a weekend trip and discover something horrible, quite possibly something that kills through the act of hacking. McKellar, the boyhood crush of any boy who watched "The Wonder Years" will play a conservative college student who leads the kids into disaster.

It's nice to Winnie getting some work, but does it have to be something quite so... cliche? There is only thing more certain in Hollywood than a group of kids on a trip will encounter a crazed killer and that is Hollywood scientists will never make an animal smarter without first making it evil. --Terrence Ryan

 

Posted by on September 16, 2005 4:47 PM
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