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As with most child stars, Nick Jonas is making a bold move into mature territory, this time starring in the erotic thriller Careful What You Wish For. A new trailer for the film launched today, centering around Jonas’ character encountering a world of pleasure and danger on a summer vacation.
The film tells the story of Doug (Jonas), a teen heading off to college in the fall and planning an epic summer vacation to celebrate. Of course, an attractive young woman enters the picture (Isabel Lucas) and Doug begins an affair with her, behind the back of her husband and his neighbor (Dermot Mulroney).
Lifetime Movie Network-like shenanigans are likely to ensue, as dangerous secrets force “Doug to his limits as he battles deceit and betrayal.” The film is directed by Elizabeth Allen (who did the kid-friendly flicks Ramona & Beezus and Aquamarine) and is set to release on June »
- Mitchel Broussard
Starz Digital is planning a June theatrical and VOD release, followed by an exclusive TV premiere on Starz later this year. Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum (“Aquamarine”) directed from a script by Chris Frisina.
Set in a wealthy vacation community, “Careful” stars Jonas as a young man who is about to leave for college and begins an affair with the wife (Lucas) of a powerful investment banker, played by Mulroney. Complications arise when suspicious death embroils the young lovers in scandal.
Hyde Park-ImageNation and Troika Pictures financed the film with Amasia Entertainment and Roberi Media, in association with Merced Media Partners and Myriad Pictures. The producers are Ashok Amritraj, Michael A. Helfant, Robert L. Stein, Bradley Gallo and Kirk D’Amico.
- Dave McNary
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