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A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song, available on DVD and digital download, is a modern twist on the timeless classic. Terrified of being put in foster care, Katie (Lucy Hale) does whatever her stepmother (Missi Pyle) and step-siblings demand. But, when the Massive Records company president (Dikran Tulaine) decides to scout for new talent at the showcase at a prestigious private school, where his son Luke (Freddie Stroma) is the newest student, Katie hopes she can land a recording contract and get the guy. Forced to lay down tracks and perform for her untalented stepsister (Megan Park) Bev, in order to help her pursue her own quest for stardom, Katie has to find the courage to tell her true love that it’s been her all along. At the film’s press day, actor Freddie Stroma (best known for his role as Cormac McLaggen in the Harry Potter films »
- Christina Radish
Today we kick of 15 Days of Potter, where we'll bring you cool new Harry-related features every day through the release of "Deathly Hallows - Part 2."
The last "Harry Potter" movie is coming out on July 15, but while "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" brings Harry's story to an end, the story of the film's young stars is just beginning.
For the last decade, we've watched Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and the whole gang grow up right before our eyes. But now that they've left the nest, which ones will fly -- and which will crash into the ground?
Vote now in our poll and tell us just which "Harry Potter" star you think will be the most successful. And if you're feeling pressure over who to pick, don't worry: This poll will only determine the rest of their lives. Happy voting!
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- Scott Harris
2 items from 2011
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