Scare Me Is the Only Retirement Plan Josh Ruben Has Now
Josh Ruben and Aya Cash brought some spooky tales to the Vulture Spot at Sundance, which was extremely thematic considering their film is called Scare Me. But perhaps the scariest reveal of the conversation is that Ruben helped to initially finance the film by emptying his whole retirement account. Which is so, well, millennial, but it’s also probably keeping his poor parents up nights. So, please, see his movie!
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