'Dirty 30' Gets September Theatrical, Digital Release
The comedy from YouTube stars Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart details a party that gets out of control.
Lionsgate is getting ready to party.
The studio is planning a Sept. 23 theatrical and digital release for Dirty 30, which stars YouTubers Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart as friends who throw a soiree that goes off the rails.
On Sept. 27, four days after its joint limited theatrical and digital release, the Dirty 30 DVD will hit shelves exclusively at Target. The trio revealed the release date with an early look at the film's trailer on Friday at VidCon, the online video conference in Anaheim.
Dirty 30 marks the second film collaboration from the comedians and friends, who frequently collaborate on their YouTube channels and other projects. Their last film, 2014's Camp Takota, was one of the earliest digitally released films starring online creators and helped to set the model for subsequent VOD releases.
Mamrie Hart co-wrote the script with Molly Prather based on a story by that she developed with Helbig. She also stars as Kate, who agrees to let her friends Evie (Helbig) and Charlie (Hannah Hart) throw her a 30th birthday party that quickly spirals out of control. YouTube stars including Anna Akana, Flula Borg, Drew Monson, Rhett & Link, Chester See and Josh Leyva are part of a cast that also features Matt Dellapina (These Hopeless Savages), Adam Lustick and Andy Ridings (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt).
All three creators rose to prominence on YouTube: Mamrie Hart for her series You Deserve a Drink, Helbig for her comedic vlogs and Hannah Hart for the cooking show My Drunk Kitchen.
Dirty 30 was directed by Andrew Bush (Roller Town) and produced by Michael Goldfine. Helbig, Mamrie Hart and Hannah Hart executive produced alongside Mark Shapiro, Will Staeger, Michael Antinoro, Ken Treusch and Vincent Nastri.