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We all know actress Christian Serratos as Angela from the Twilight Saga, but she’s about to make her foray into romantic teen comedies!
The 20-year-old actress will be starring in the film Lip Service as a young singer named Roxie, who has an amazing voice that attracts the attention of a record producer named Eddie (played by Ross Thomas). Eddie convinces Roxie to do voiceover work for a big celeb who’s supposed to be an amazing singer, but can’t hold a note. However, his promises are empty and all sorts of drama ensues.
- Kirstin Benson
Serratos will play a talented young singer named Roxie who is convinced by a record company executive to lend her voice to a new song by a famous celebrity named Sienna Monetz, who plans on lip-syncing from Roxie's voice.
Ross Thomas ("Soul Surfer") will play the record executive, the Monetz role has yet to be cast. Rachele Brooke Smith and Eric Roberts also star. Carlos Portugal directs from his own original screenplay. »
- Garth Franklin
The actress will star as a talented young singer named Roxie who is convinced by a record company executive to lend her voice to a new song by a famous celebrity named Sienna Monetz, who plans on lip-syncing from Roxie's voice. Ross Thomas (Soul Surfer) will play the record executive, although casting hasn't been announced yet for the Sienna Monetz role. Rachele Brooke Smith and Eric Roberts also star, although it isn't known what roles they will play.
Carlos Portugal will direct from his own original screenplay, with George Caceres executive producing. Production is expected to begin in the near future. »
3 items from 2011
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