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A trailer has arrived online for director Ilyssa Goodman’s upcoming teen comedy The Standoff which stars Olivia Holt, Ryan McCartan, Alex Wolff and Audry Whitby; check it out below after the official synopsis…
Big Jim’s Auto Depot there’s only one rule. The last man – or woman – standing wins. Eight teens enter, one teen leaves. Actually, all eight teens leave, but only one leaves with the ride of their dreams. To reach that dream, they’re going through a nightmare. Keep your hand on the car. That sounds simple enough, but two days of sleep deprivation and fierce competition can make things awfully hard.
Amy (Olivia Holt) and Farrell (Ryan McCartan) are two local teens who find themselves up against the toughest field of competitors to ever stand around a car lot. So who’s it going to be? Sophie (McKaley Miller), the social media sensation? Lala (Audrey Whitby), the science queen? »
- Amie Cranswick
Lise Romanoff, managing director/CEO of Vision Films, said, “Our distribution agreement will be instrumental in the growth of our home entertainment division, further ensuring our role as one of the premier providers of independent films in the marketplace.”
The first title covered by the alliance is political satire “The Congressman,” which will be released first by RedBox on Aug. 9 and then by Sphe. The film is directed by Jared Martin and former congressman Robert Mrazek, and stars Treat Williams, George Hamilton, Elizabeth Marvel and Ryan Merriman in a story of sabotage, media manipulation and patriotism.
Mrazek served five terms as a Democratic congressman from New York between 1983 and 1993.
- Dave McNary
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