Brittany has been cast in a new movie! Read below:
Brittany Snow (“Hairspray, “Prom Night”) has been cast to star as the lead role in the upcoming indie drama “96 Minutes” for writer/director, Aimee Lagos.
Lee Clay and Justin Moore-Lewy are producing. Shooting begins May 17 in Atlanta.
The film centers on two high school students who must prove their toughness by committing a hijacking for a gang initiation. In the process, they hold two college girls hostage and try to figure out the best way to get out of the situation without ending up in jail.
Snow is set to play the role of a 21-year-old college student who prefers to stay in and do work as opposed to party and drink.
Snow recently wrapped production on the feature “Janie Jones” alongside Abigail Breslin in addition to the David E. Kelley pilot “Kindreds” opposite Kathy Bates for NBC.
Yay! Looks like Brittany has been cast in a new pilot called “Kindreds” for NBC. You can read a bit about it below:
Brittany Snow has landed a lead on David E. Kelley’s NBC dramedy pilot “Kindreds”.
“Kindreds” follows a curmudgeonly former patent lawyer and her group of misfit associates at a storefront law firm. Snow, repped by ICM and Brillstein, will play her assistant and a key member of the firm.
Looks like a new role for Brittany, read below:
A brand new Christmas film project has just landed a trio of teen stars. Moviehole is reporting that Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical) and Brittany Snow (Prom Night) have all joined the cast of A Misfits’ Christmas.
The film will serve as the directorial debut for writer Michael Tabb, who recently adapted the Russian novel Knights of the Forty Islands. Here’s how Tabb described the project to the site.
“[Misfits’] an escalating drama about eight friends who spend consecutive Christmas Eve’s together during their four years of college,” explains writer/director Tabb. “As we drop in on them annually, we watch the characters lose their innocence and form a dysfunctional family with interwoven relationships.
“Though their majors vary, what they have in common is a sense of humor, charisma, attractiveness, and nothing else better to do than spend Christmas with one another,” Tabb says of his characters. “These character arcs take place over four years, highlighted at their annual Christmas soirees at [Lutz’s character] Scott’s epic, rockin’ pad – his parents’ property investment that they are letting him live in while at college.”
While a production schedule for the film wasn’t revealed, it was said that the film would take place in Southern California.
Source: Movie Web
Put away all of the scrunchies and the neon spandex. It looks like the Gossip Girl 80s-inspired spin-off is officially not happening.
According to this roundup from The Ausiello Files the new show that was supposed to star Brittany Snow and Kristen Ritter has been canned by the CW and will not appear in the fall lineup.
There have been rumors swirling around for some time that the spin-off would not get picked up by the network, but several fans were holding out hope that it might make it to the screen.
We got a preview of what was supposed to be the pilot of the new show in the Gossip Girl episode “Valley Girls” which featured flashbacks from Lily’s past. Apparently even the full-out 80s wardrobe and an appearance by supergroup No Doubt couldn’t save this sinking ship.
We have to admit that we are a little bit bummed by this development. It looked like the show did have some potential and I really do like both Brittany Snow and Kristen Ritter. Well, at least we know that Gossip Girl will be back in the fall with all of our favorite characters.
I’m not all that upset, I know Brittany will do bigger & better things in her career. Brittany herself wasn’t sure about taking on this role because she wanted to focus on her film career rather than a television career.