‘Furry Vengeance’ fits with star’s advocacy

BY MATTHEW PRICE Published: April 27, 2010
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/> This was Shields’ first time working with Fraser, though they knew each other socially.

"I had never worked with him, but I had been a fan,” Shields said. "When I looked at us, when we first saw ourselves together, we were like, ‘Oh, it seems like they could really be a married couple.’”

When the animals of the forest discover they are about to lose their home, they fight back, led by a crafty raccoon. While it’s over the top, Shields says it’s important to stay in the reality of the situation as a performer.

"Nobody in this movie did the ‘wink, wink’ to the camera, like, ‘I know I look stupid, but disclaimer here.’ It’s about really, truly — with the broadest of comedy — (acting as) if you respect it or if you are real within it,” Shields said.

Travel and accommodations paid for by

Summit Entertainment.


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