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Behold The Greatest and Most Confusing ‘Can’t Hardly Wait’ Reunion Make Out Session Imaginable

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | August 17, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | August 17, 2015 |

Over the weekend, some of the cast of Can’t Hardly Wait reunited for a screening of the movie at Cinespia, a Los Angeles series that projects movies on the side of a mausoleum in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Because when you ask yourself “what would be the perfect venue for a teen comedy?”, the obvious answer is “right next to the bodies of Mickey Rooney and Victor Fleming,” right?

Anyway, much of the cast was there to celebrate having once made one of the greatest teen movies of all time. One cast member who couldn’t make it, though, was Aman-duh, Jennifer Love Hewitt. Instead, she tweeted her hello.

She then tweeted one of the best ideas she’s probably ever had in her life.

Yes. Yes. A million times yes, this should happen. Ethan Embry agrees. (I assume.)

What can we do to make this happen? Tweet things? Be outraged on the internet? Those are things we know how to do! From the look of some pictures from the event, Peter Facinelli and a nearly unrecognizable Ethan Embry are onboard, but maybe looking for a change in direction in regard to the romantic plot line. Or maybe they just know what they need to do to get you stragglers interested in this project. What’s it going to take to get you to want this movie? Some aggressive licking?


Some face kissing?


How about a fill-on Preston Meyers/Mike Dexter makeout session?


See, I told you you wanted this movie to happen.

By the way, if you, like myself, have trouble recognizing Ethan Embry there and need more proof, he apparently wore the same outfit to an Empire Records reunion the day before.
Yes, Ethan Embry had a very busy weekend.

Via TooFab.

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