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Walk of Fame (2017)

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A motley crew of aspiring performers come under the guidance of an eccentric and volatile acting coach.

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Jesse Thomas
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Eastwood ... Drew
Malcolm McDowell ... Evan Polus
Chris Kattan ... Alejandro
Jamie Kennedy ... Hugo
Cory Hardrict ... Nate
Jack Guzman ... Rubisio / Officer W.G.A.S.
Laura Ashley Samuels ... Nikki
Sonia Rockwell ... Madison
Allison Weissman Allison Weissman ... Hannah
Eddie George ... Rookie
Sam Lerner ... Rowe
Mikey Post ... Teddy
Clay Chamberlin ... Chance
Jane Le Jane Le ... Lulu / Lele
Beverly Polcyn ... Ruth
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Drew (Scott Eastwood) signs up for an acting class at the famous Star Academy in Hollywood after falling for aspiring actress Nikki. He gets more than he bargained for when he encounters an eccentric and volatile acting coach (Malcolm McDowell) and the cast of crazy characters looking for their big break in Tinsel Town. Can Drew survive the insanity of the Star Academy and win Nikki's heart? Written by Level 33 Entertainment

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How far would you go to make it in Hollywood?

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Boulevard H See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Arielle Reitsma, who plays Rachael in the film appears as the mysterious sexy woman in Jay Seans video Tears in the ocean. She started her career as an extra appearing uncredited in films like Bride Wars and Surrogates. See more »

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You see Officer W.G.A.S. start to get off of the motorcycle as he is being handed the aluminum storage clipboard, swinging his right leg off of the bike. A second later in the next shot, you see him stand up and get off of the motorcycle for a second time. See more »

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Rubisio: Uccellini!
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References Titanic (1997) See more »

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Jesse Thomas's Backstage Look at Hollywood Life Brings Lighthearted Fun & Laughs
4 April 2017 | by shanewaldronSee all my reviews

Our society has an obsession with celebrity and we are often fixated on every aspect of our favorite stars. From this, we have become quite familiar with this glorified version of Hollywood. However, things are switched up in Walk of Fame, which takes a lively crack at depicting how the other half struggles to make it in Jesse Thomas's vision of the more heinous side to Tinseltown. An oddball group of eccentric actors is introduced when Drew (Scott Eastwood) winds up following a love interest to her acting school in order to impress her. Each of the actors Drew encounters each have some strange quality that sets them widely apart from the average joe, especially when compared to Drew's everyday normalness. As Drew tries to navigate this strange world, hilarity ensues. By employing farcical humor, Jesse Thomas touches on a variety of subjects and stereotypes that are executed in perfect lighthearted fashion. Where you expect to have to rely on Eastwood for landing zingy one-liners and supplying witty humor, many of the supporting actors step up to the plate to help carry the film. Drew's best friend, Nate, as well as Rowe, one of the members of the acting class, especially impressed me. Other big names like Malcolm McDowell and Kris Kattan must also be acknowledged for their compelling performances despite having smaller roles. This all comes together via backstage fashion to help attribute a loony reality to the Hollywood sphere. Through this, Walk of Fame saves itself from falling trap to running the course of another conventional yet forgettable rom-com. Instead it manages to deliver a product that is both different and low key hilarious as long as you don't take it, nor yourself, too seriously.


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