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Ronen Rubinstein Reveals His Favorite ‘Dead of Summer’ Off-Screen Moment with the Cast

Originally Posted: August 23, 2016   |   By: Just Jared   |   JustJaredJr.com

The season finale of Freeform’s Dead of Summer is just around the corner and JJJ sat down with star Ronen Rubinstein and asked him some questions ahead of the big episode!

When asked about his favorite off-screen moment with the cast, Ronen replied, “Most fun off screen moment was being lucky enough to celebrate 4 of our cast members birthdays [Elizabeth Lail, Alberto Frezza, Mark Indelicato, and Zelda Williams]. They all agree it was their best birthdays so far.”

There are two episodes left from season one of Dead of Summer – be sure to tune in Tuesdays at 9pm EST on Freeform!

Just Jared: Did you go to camp as a kid or work at one? If so, how did it compare to working on the set of Dead of Summer?
Ronen Rubinstein: I went to JCC in New York a couple summers in a row when I was younger. The one time I went to a sleep away camp was when I was 15. That was the closest experience I had to Camp Stillwater in the way I met brand new people from all over the place and got to get away from home and friends. Obviously, nothing supernatural and crazy shit didn’t start happening with demons.

What’s been your favorite prop on set so far?
I don’t have a specific favorite prop, but I tend to enjoy using food as a prop. For example the apple I used in one of the episodes.

What’s been the most memorable scene to shoot so far?
I would have to say the most memorable scene was the seance in episode 6. It was the longest one scene shoot I have ever experienced. A full 15 hour day for one scene was nuts. The fact that every single visual effect was real, except for the fire, made the experience that much creepier and actually pretty damn terrifying.

Most fun off-screen moment with cast?
Most fun off screen moment was being lucky enough to celebrate 4 of our cast members birthdays [Elizabeth Lail, Alberto Frezza, Mark Indelicato, Zelda Williams]. They all agree it was their best birthdays so far.