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Social media star Josh Ostrovsky joins 'Status Update'

19 July 2016 4:33 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Voltage Pictures has added the celebrity aka The Fat Jew to its teen comedy alongside new additions Rob Riggle, Famke Janssen, John Michael Higgins and Wendi McLendon-Covey.

Status Update is currently shooting in Vancouver led by the previously announced Disney Channel star and musician Ross Lynch, as well as Olivia Holt and Courtney Eaton.

Scott Speer, whose credits include Midnight Sun and Step Up Revolution directs from a screenplay by Jason Filardi (17 Again). Diana Bang, Martin Donovan, Harvey Guillen, Gregg Sulkin, and Brec Bassinger round out the key cast.

Voltage boarded international sales rights in the run-up to Cannes on the Millennials-skewing story from Offspring Entertainment and Canada’s Brightlight Pictures, with whom Voltage has a three-year production and distribution pact.

UTA Independent Film Group represents Us rights to Status Update, described as Big meets 17 Again for the Millennial generation, about a social outcast who receives a magical phone app from a foul-mouthed character (Ostrovsky, pictured) that causes »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Bella Thorne Starring in Movie Adaptation of YA Novel ‘Break My Heart 1,000 Times’

7 July 2016 11:33 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Bella Thorne will star in the supernatural romantic thriller “Break My Heart 1,000 Times,” based on Daniel Waters’ young adult novel.

Scott Speer is directing from a script by Jason Fuchs.

The story centers on a cataclysmic event that tears the barrier between this world and the next, leaving “Remnants,” or ghost-like essences of the deceased, part of everyday life. After years of quiet coexistence with the living, a Remnant sends a threatening message to a young girl, propelling her on a mission that will forever change the course of her life.

Thorne recently finished filming Speer’s “Midnight Sun” opposite Patrick Schwarzenegger; Tyler Perry’s “Boo! A Madea Halloween”; and “The Babysitter,” directed by McG; along with the premiere episode for the Freeform series “Famous in Love.”

Speer’s credits include “Step Up Revolution” as well as episodes of MTV’s “Finding Carter.”

Fuchs wrote Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment’s upcoming “Wonder Woman, »

- Dave McNary

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Disney Channel Star Ross Lynch to Topline Comedy ‘Status Update’

2 May 2016 1:02 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In a pre-Cannes announcement, Offspring Entertainment and Brightlight Pictures have signed Disney Channel star Ross Lynch as the lead in the comedy “Status Update.”

Shooting will start in June in Vancouver. Voltage Pictures will launch sales at Cannes and handle international distribution rights while UTA Independent Film Group will handle domestic rights.

The film is being co-financed by Beijing-based financier DNA Pictures and its partner Heyi Capital, which are acquiring Chinese-language remake rights. “Status Update” marks the U.S. film debut for the Chinese companies.

Lynch, who starred in “Austin & Ally” and the “Teen Beach Movie” series, will appear in “Status Update” with Olivia Holt (“I Didn’t Do It”) and Courtney Eaton (“Mad Max: Fury Road”). Scott Speer (“Step Up Revolution”) will direct from a script written by Jason Filardi.

Filardi teamed with Offspring Entertainment on Zac Efron’s “17 Again.”

Offspring Entertainment partners Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot are »

- Dave McNary

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Voltage Pictures picks up sales on 'Status Update'

2 May 2016 8:31 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Voltage Pictures will kick off sales in Cannes on the Millennials-skewing story from Offspring Entertainment and Canada’s Brightlight Pictures, with whom Voltage has a three-year production and distribution pact.

Disney Channel star and musician Ross Lynch (pictured), Olivia Holt and
Courtney Eaton lead the cast on Status Update, which is set to shoot in Vancouver in June. UTA Independent Film Group represents Us rights.

In their Us feature debut, Beijing-based financier DNA Pictures and Heyi Capital are co-financing after acquiring Chinese-language remake rights.

Offspring’s Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot produce with Brightlight’s Shawn Williamson and Voltage’s Dominic Rustam. DNA’s Mason Xu and Fan Dong serve as executive producers alongside Brightlight’s Arielle Boisvert and Voltage’s Jonathan Deckter

Scott Speer, whose credits include Midnight Sun and Step Up Revolution will direct from a screenplay by Jason Filardi (17 Again).

The story, described as Big meets 17 Again for the Millennial generation, follows a social »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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The Blu-rays of Poundland

24 February 2016 10:13 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Poundland has been selling Blu-rays! And we've been buying and watching them! Tornado Warning, anyone?

I’ve covered the DVD section of Poundland before. I love it, even if I do only ever get around to watching about half of the discs I buy.

Unfortunately, hunting for DVDs in Poundland has become a bit of a dead sport. It’s partly because streaming services like Netflix have given us even easier access to weird films that might turn out to be rubbish. It’s also because Poundland have taken to stocking used DVDs, meaning they have a lot of big Hollywood films that are the same thing you could buy anywhere. That’s not what I go to Poundland for. I’m shopping for strangeness! Not only that, this Den of Geek writer has some very mild issues with germs and can’t really cope with touching second-hand DVDs. »

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Room actor Jacob Tremblay to play young Will Forte on The Last Man on Earth

20 January 2016 5:00 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

9-year-old Jacob Tremblay, who was recently awarded with the Best Young Actor/Actress award at the Critics Choice Awards for his performance in Room, has signed on to guest star on Fox’s critically acclaimed comedy The Last Man on Earth.

The breakout actor will play a young version of Will Forte’s Phil Tandy Miller for one episode; presumably, Tremblay will appear in a flashback, which is a device that has rarely been used in past episodes of the show. 

Not only did critics praise Tremblay for his portrayal as Jacob alongside Brie Larson in Room, but over the last few months, the actor has received numerous nominations and awards from such esteemed groups as the Screen Actors Guild and the National Board of Review.

Tremblay will be popping up in numerous projects over the course of 2016, including four movies: Mike Flanagan’s Before I Wake, Jordan Roberts’s Burn Your Maps, »

- Justin Cook

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