Larry Rattner is producing, with shooting in Los Angeles this month. Mark Quod is directing from a script by Anna Rasmussen.
Prout will play a top student whose life is turned upside down when inappropriate photos surface on her public online profile, jeopardizing her reputation and plans of going to college. Bridges will portray her best friend and Hannah will play her mother.
Prout’s credits include “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.” Bridges will be seen next in “Mantervention” and “Nightlight.” Hannah recently shot “The Hot Flashes.”
Prout is repped by APA, Industry Entertainment and Carrier Talent Management. Bridges is repped by APA, Industry Entertainment and Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson & Binder. Hannah is repped by Abrams Artists.
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