Is the 'That '70s Show' Gang Ready for a Reunion? Topher Grace 'Would Be There in a Heartbeat!'

"I would be there in a heartbeat," Topher Grace tells PEOPLE of a That '70s Show reunion

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Topher Grace is ready to say hello to Wisconsin again.

The actor played lovable nerd Eric Forman for seven years on the hit series That ’70s Show — and he’s willing to return and get the gang back together “in a heartbeat.”

“Mostly just to hang out with everyone ’cause it’s such a great group of people and I miss them so much,” Grace tells PEOPLE of the cast in the latest issue. “I love that group. I thought I was lucky to get the part but I now realize I was really lucky to get a part that was with that group of people.”

Grace staked his claim to fame on the popular show alongside then-newcomers Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama and Danny Masterson — and the star admits it’s nice to get together now that they’ve all established their lives outside the show, 11 years after its 2006 finale.

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The actor, 38, can next be seen in Netflix’s War Machine — a war movie starring Brad Pritt and an ensemble cast produced by Pitt’s Plan B company. Grace says the vibe on set mirrored the movie, and the younger guys were all thrilled to be working with the iconic actor.


“We were all happy to be following him through the desert,” Grace says. “Watching him create this character in front of us during rehearsal was like an acting master class. We all should have had to pay to watch this guy.”

War Machine starts streaming on Netflix Friday.

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