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“Divergent” actor Parker Mack is set to star alongside Disney Channel veterans Laura Marano and Katherine McNamara in the indie movie “A Sort of Homecoming,” TheWrap has learned. Maria Burton is directing from a script by Lynn Reed, who is producing with Marcus Brown, Yvette Brown and Sean Rankin. Also Read: ‘Divergent’ Stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James Unveil New Trailer on Kimmel (Video) Story follows a Amy Harrigan, a news producer who is successful but withdrawn as a result of problems stemming from a national debate tournament in high school. Marano will play Amy as a teenager. Mack will play heartbreaker Nick Stevenson, »
- Jeff Sneider
Los Angeles, Jan 30: Actress Laura Marano has been roped in as the lead for upcoming comedy movie "A Sort of Homecoming".
"A Sort of Homecoming" follows the story of a news producer who is successful, but withdrawn, as a result of problems that ensue during a high school national debate tournament. The 18-year-old will portray the teenage version, reports variety.com.
- Anita Agarwal
“Austin and Ally” star Laura Marano has been cast as the lead in the upcoming indie drama “A Sort of Homecoming.”
Film follows a news producer who is successful, but withdrawn, as a result of problems that ensue during a high school national debate tournament. Marano will portray the teenage version.
Marano stars as an introverted songwriter on Disney Channel’s “Austin & Ally,” which is in its third season.
Marano is represented by Paradigm, Marano Entertainment, and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner & Gellman.
- Dave McNary
3 items from 2014
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