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Social media wonder Matthew Espinosa jumps in front of bigger cameras in Be Somebody, his feature film debut that has just made its home video debut on DVD. The film also stars Sarah Jeffery, Tava Smiley, Caitlin Keats, Lamonica Garrett and Allison Paige.
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Social media superstar Matthew Espinosa stars as teen pop star Jordan Jaye, who just wants to live like a regular teenager. When he’s chased down by some excited female fans, »
Paramount will release Matthew Espinosa’s comedy “Be Somebody” as part of a multi-picture deal with Studio 71, the media studio and multi-channel network of the ProSiebenSat.1 Group, for films from top digital influencers.
“Be Somebody” is the first title covered under the deal. Espinosa has more than 20 million followers on social media with more than 1 billion loops/views on Vine.
“Be Somebody” is directed by Joshua Caldwell (“Layover”) from a script by Lamar Damon (“Bunheads,” “Slap Her, She’s French!”). Producers are Gary Binkow and Amee Dolleman. Executive producers are Espinosa, Andrew Reyes, Carrie Morrow, Joshua Caldwell and Jeff Levin.
The film tells the fictional story of a teen pop-star who’s desperate to find a more normal life. When he abandons his sold-out tour and runs away to find refuge in a small town, he runs smack into a rebellious street artist who wants nothing to do with him. »
- Dave McNary
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