I Know What You Did Last Summer’s Freddie Prinze Jr. Hints That He May Be Making A Return The Horror Genre

For a new generation, Freddie Prinze Jr. may be Punky Brewster’s ex on the now-canceled reboot, Buffy’s husband or the guy who talks about wrestling. But for Millennials and Gen Xers, he will always be Ray Bronson from I Know What You Did Last Summer and its sequel. Of course, the actor has moved on to star in multiple films and television shows. Prinze hasn’t participated in the horror genre since the 1998 sequel. But a long-awaited return might be on the horizon as the She’s All That star teased a new possible horror film.

In the 1990s, I Know What You Did Last Summer put the Summer Catch star on the map along with She’s All That. Prinze moved away from horror into other genres like romantic comedies and sci-fi epics. He was horror adjacent as Fred Jones in the Scooby-Doo movies, but he’s never fully returned to the genre. It appeared now the podcaster might be ready to hop back into the genre. The Down to You star proclaimed his potential return on Twitter.

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