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Smash star set for Depravity

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Brooke Campbell

Entertainment writer and public relations consultant. Has written for such publications as Tom and Blockbuster Interaction. Knows her 9 times tables.

“Smash” star Katharine McPhee is set to star in the Paul Tamasay thriller “Depravity”, according to Deadline.

Written by Dennis Lehane, the film sounds a little like a deeper take on “I Know What You Did Last Summer” – going by the synopsis.

A group of roommates accidentally kill an innocent man they thought was a thrill killer. It sends the group into a world unhinged from any moral compass, one in which they may be forced to confront not only the evil around them but the evil within them as well. McPhee stars as a gorgeous twentysomething the group tries to scapegoat.

McPhee recently wrapped the second and final season of TVs “Smash”.

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About Brooke Campbell

Entertainment writer and public relations consultant. Has written for such publications as Tom and Blockbuster Interaction. Knows her 9 times tables.

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