Ashley Och Blondie Girl Productions Producerar Den Nya Disney Channel Filmen “Cloud 9″
Postat av: Sara den 17/10/12 kl 09:08
Ashley och hennes produktionsbolag, Blondie Girl Productions, har ett nytt projekt pÃ¥ gÃ¥ng som Ã¤r dÃ¶pt till “Cloud 9“.Â Auditions fÃ¶r den nya Disney Channel filmen pÃ¥gÃ¥r just nu och inspelningen av filmen fÃ¶rvÃ¤ntas bÃ¶rja under vintern 2013. OBS! att Ashley kommer sjÃ¤lv inte medverka i filmen, utan hon kommer bara vara med och producera.
Ã–vrigt: “HSM”-filmerna spelades ocksÃ¥ in i Utah.
Om “Cloud 9″:
Blondie Girl Productions in association with Hollywood Farms is in pre-production on a new Disney Channel Original Movie titled “Cloud 9″. Casting directors are conducting a talent search for both Los Angeles area actors, as well as out-of-town actors for major roles in the movie. The project is a snowboarding themed telefilm that will shoot in Utah during Winter, 2013. Roles for both teen males and females are being cast, along with roles for their parents and a rich owner of a snowboarding company and ski resort. All of the extras and stand-ins will be hired in Utah throughout filming.
Directors Guild of America DGA Award winner Paul Hoen will direct “Cloud 9″ from a teleplay written by Justin Ware of Hollywood Farms. Rewrites on the script have been done by by Don D. Scott, who previously collaborated with Hoen on the Disney Channel Original Movie “Let It Shine”. Paul Hoen has directed the Disney Channel movies “You Wish!”, “The Luck of the Irish,” “Tru Confessions,” “Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off,” “Read It and Weep,” Jump In!”, “The Cheetah Girls: One World,” “Dadnapped,” and “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam”. He has also directed episodes of the Disney series “Even Stevens,” “Jump In!”, “Jonas,” and “Zeke and Luther”.
Two-time Teen Choice Award nominee Ashley Tisdale is executive producing “Cloud Nine” under the banner of her company Blondie Girl Productions. Tisdale runs the company with her older sister, actress Jennifer Tisdale, and executive producer Jessica Rhoades. Also executive producing is two-time Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Shaun White. At Winter X 2012, White became the first person to score a perfect 100 in the men’s Snowboard Superpipe in the history of Winter X Games.