“And even the physicality,” she continued. “Like Lennon, she presents herself [when] she walks in the room…she reaches out, she touches people. Where Allison is much more reserved, she doesn’t like to be touched, doesn’t like to be looked at.”
You may be thinking to yourself, why does this matter? Well, it played a big part in the first episode’s jaw-dropping twist.
Unlike its predecessors, the I Know What You Did Last Summer film and book, the teens at the heart of this iteration didn’t hit a stranger, rather, they accidentally crashed into Lennon’s twin sister, who was walking home from a graduation party.
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