Frat Pack Circle of Trust Updated for 2013

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
By Kevin Crossman

In honor of the renaissance of projects such as The Internship featuring renewed pairing of Frat Pack stars and Frat Pack cameos, as well as the release today of the buddy comedy This is The End, we’ve updated the Frat Pack Circle of Trust for the first time in many years.

The new diagram updates the Circle based on projects over the past five years, omitting people with tenuous ties to the Pack and adding new costars and friends. In addition, we are acknowledging explicitly the separate but related group of actors who’ve worked with Judd Apatow. We’ve also updated many of the images to demonstrate roles within the films or to make the images look better overall.

You can compare the newest Circle with the last one from 2008.  And be sure to head over to the  Frat Pack Circle of Trust page for complete list of members.

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8 Responses to “Frat Pack Circle of Trust Updated for 2013”

  1. Suzy

    I cannot find Mintz-Plasse…

    #28448
  2. Kevin Crossman

    Ah, yes, Suzy. Will fix that.

    Keep the suggestions coming.

    #28449
  3. Kevin Crossman

    Forgot about Martin Starr too.

    #28465
  4. Rick Duran

    Maybe Russell Brand

    #28474
  5. Kevin Crossman

    Updated v3.1 is up now, adding Mintz-Plasse, Starr, Brand, Cameron Diaz (who was on an older version of the Circle, and with costarring roles opposite Rogen and Segel definitely belongs), and Emma Stone (costar to Hill, Carell, Harrelson).

    #28534
  6. DC

    Missing frat packers: Ed Helms, Mila Kunis, Rob Corddry, John Cusack, Joan Cusack, Kevin Smith, Joel David Moore (I believe thats his name). All have starred in numerous frat pack films.

    #29424
  7. DC

    Also, perhaps Robert Downey Jr. & Jennifer Aniston?

    #29425
  8. Kevin Crossman

    DC,
    Helms, Corddry, and Aniston are included already.

    Moore doesn’t have any connections aside from Dodgeball if I recall. Ties with Cusack and Smith too are fairly tenuous.

    You do have a point with Kunis and Downey, though. Especially if the rumored Ben Stiller/Downey Pinocchio project actually becomes a real thing.

    #29429

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