TIFF red carpet: Ten Year’s Channing Tatum, Ari Graynor, and Scott Porter tell us who they’d go to a reunion with

Ten Year's Jamie Linden, Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and Brian Geraghty
Ten Year's Jamie Linden, Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and Brian Geraghty

Your mom will probably want to compare the movie Ten Year, about high school friends coming together for one night at their 10 year reunion, with movies like The Big Chill. And your older sister will probably compare it to Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, but while the movie does have some similar themes against the backdrop of who-we-were-then-isn’t-who-we-are-now, what it has that these do not is the most genetically blessed graduating class ever assembled. Case in point, the cast-members who showed up at TIFF to promote the film: Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Justin Long, Ari Graynor, Kate Mara, Brian Geraghty, Lynn Collins, Oscar Isaac, Kelly Noonan, and Scott Porter. There may have been more, but we ran out of fingers.

We asked the cast, who of their co-stars they would want to go to a reunion with. Read their answers after the jump:

Lynn Collins, in a stretchy black Alberta Ferretti, exclaimed sans pause: “Ari! She’s the funnest, coolest, bad-ass chick ever.” When we told a Dolce and Gabbana-clad Graynor that Collins picked her, she told us they’d be voted “Most likely to be sitting in a corner whispering.” What would they be whispering about? “Anything from serious boy talk to bigger questions about life.”

Scott Porter’s (a.k.a. Jason Street from Friday Night Lights) answer to our reunion/cast question surprised us: “I’ve already gone to my reunion with one.” Turns out he went to high school with the film’s writer and director Jamie Linden, and making a film about their reunion was something they talked about on the set of their first film working together, the Channing Tatum film Dear John.

Speaking of Tatum, or should we say screaming, as that’s what fans were doing the whole time he was on the carpet, the handsome (and nice!) actor says the co-star he’d have the most fun with at a reunion would have to be Chris Pratt. “He’s the funniest person I’ve ever met in my life. There are a lot of funny people in this movie, and he’s the funniest guy. He has a huge heart, I love the guy.” As fans continued their calls, the cast was ushered inside to continue their reunion with their film.

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