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May 09 2012

Dawn and Faith reunite. Eliza Dushku and Michelle Trachtenberg begin production on thriller "The Scribbler."

And starring Katie Cassidy, aka Supernatural S3's Ruby.

Nifty. Sounds like a cool idea for a film.
Garret Dillahunt as well? Been a huge fan of his since The 4400, this looks like a must-see. Shades of Dollhouse too...
Garret Dillahunt is a transformative actor. Sounds good.
Eliza, Michelle and Katie!! *dies*
Terrific actors, terrific concept.
I love Eliza and Michelle, but Garrett Dillahunt is incredible. He played TWO completely different characters on Deadwood and was the main terminator/AI breakthrough on The Sarah Connor Chronicles and he was completely awesome as all characters. He would have fit in on Dollhouse, like Enver - he can do so much.

I'm looking forward to this.
The premise sounds almost identical (heh) to another movie a few years back that I would probably be spoiling just by naming it, as it's one of those "to describe is to spoil" type things like Cabin. But it starred John Cusack, Amanda Peete, and Ray Liotta.
I simply adored the way Dillahunt said Ms Weaver in TSCC. He was wonderful in that series.
Dillahunt! Or John Henry as he shall always be known to me. Also known as the only reason I keep finding myself watching Raising Hope.

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