It's been 10 years since Logan Marshall-Green played Benjamin McKenzie's bad boy brother Trey Atwood on "The O.C." ... and while things didn't work out so well for them on the show, it's the complete opposite in real life.
The actor was at SXSW this year promoting his incredibly creepy new film, "The Invitation," where he chatted with toofab's Brian Particelli about his time on the Fox soap, what he thinks Trey would be up to today and what it was really like working on his new thriller.
"He's dead," Logan says point blank when asked about his "O.C." character's fate. "I think he got buried in the desert. Something happened in Vegas, I don't think there's a spinoff for him!"
Considering Trey went to prison for stealing a car, tried to rape Marissa (Mischa Barton), got shot, was in a coma and moved to Sin City to be a blackjack dealer during his time on the show, Logan's prediction might not be too off base.
And though Ryan ignored his calls on the series, actor Ben McKenzie is still one of Marshall-Green's BFFs now.
"I've known Ben since before 'The O.C.,' before Ben was Ben," he tells us. "He and I have always stayed close, we've gotten even closer and started a production company. He's an inner circle member."
Check out the video above to see who else he still sees regularly -- it's definitely not anyone we expected. Also click through the gallery to see what happened to the rest of the cast!
The 38-year-old's new film, "The Invitation," generated some serious buzz at SXSW this year. We saw it -- and yes, it definitely gets under your skin. Directed by Karyn Kasuma, the film shows a true dinner party from hell, as what was supposed to be a reunion between friends turns into an all-out blood bath.
"It was a very crazy dynamic because we all got along great," Logan says of filming. "It was too good to be true when it came to the cast, and yet we were all killing each other or hating each other [in the film]."
One of those crazy costars was John Carrol Lynch, who recently made headlines for his absolutely unsettling performance as Twisty the Clown on "American Horror Story: Freak Show."
"This was before Twisty," Logan reveals. "He's such an available and horribly still man. His horror is in his smile and in that stillness and it shows. I thought of him as such a professional!"
No word yet on when the film will get a wide release -- but definitely check it out when it does!