Rachel True Invited To 'Craft' Reunion After Accusing Conventions Of Racism
Ah, the magic of social media. Just days after actress Rachel True accused conventions of excluding out of reunions for the cult classic The Craft, the actress has been officially invited to join her castmates in a special panel.
True, who has starred in other cult films and shows like Half Baked, CB4 and Half & Half, put conventions in their place this week when she took to Twitter to accuse them of casual racism for never sending an invite for fan-adored reunions that include other members of the 1996 classic film like Neve Campbell, Fariuza Balk, and Robin Tunney.
True's comments caught wind of Craft fans, who called for justice to see the actress (who portrayed Rochelle Zimmerman) get the respect she deserves. The film helped showcase the genre of horror noire and our overall general interest in Syfy culture.
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#WCW & #WCE goes out to these incredible #Icons - We really hope that conventions do the right thing in at least offering the chance to appear to #AllFour of these talented and kind gals. We adore these beautiful women and would love Full Craft Reunions and we're sure other fans would agree 😁👍 #NeveCampbell #RachelTrue #FairuzaBalk #RobinTunney ❤️#IncludeRachelTrue #TheCraft #FullCraftReunionsPlease
Campbell, also known for the Scream franchise, retweeted a message of solidarity from a fan page which led to some fans calling out the other actresses for their silence.
"We do not attack our coven!!!" True responded on Instagram. She also announced the big reunion happening in March with her co-stars. "This is my hill to climb, thank you for the support!!!" Happy to announce I’ll be appearing w/ the other ladies @monstermaniacon in NJ in March. 🔥 It’ll be the 1st time we’re all together since ‘96."