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Minnie Driver has joined the cast of Serendipity Point Films’ horror-musical Stage Fright, which begins production Oct. 6 in Ontario, Canada.
Writer-director Jerome Sable’s film concerns a musical theater camp that is being terrorized by a serial killer who hates musicals. Driver will play a Broadway star, who is the mother to the movie’s two protagonists, campers played by Allie MacDonald and Douglas Smith. Meat Loaf appears in the film as a former Broadway producer who is the camp director.
“It’s a real thrill to have Minnie and Meat Loaf join our talented cast of singers and actors as we bring this horror-musical to life,” said Sable, who also composed the film’s music and co-wrote lyrics with Eli Batalion.
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Ari Lantos and Jonas Bell Pasht are producing, with Mark Musselman serving as executive producer. EOne Films has acquired Canadian rights. Celluloid Nightmares is handling international sales.
Driver, repped by CAA, Ken McReddie Associates and Untitled Entertainment, also appeared in Serendipity Point’s Barney’s Version.
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