Coming-of-Age Horror Film Student Body Sets Cast
Six stars have been added to the upcoming project from Lee Ann Kurr.
By Chris Morse
A new coming-of-age horror film titled Student Body is coming together from filmmaking newcomer Lee Ann Kurr and the first casting details have been revealed. Earlier today, Deadline shared the news that six stars have officially boarded the project, which is currently in production by Under the Stairs Entertainment and Hyperbolic Media.
The story follows a high school student who seeks to mend her splintering relationship with her childhood best friend, all the while seeking to fit in with her rebellious peers. When her math teacher oversteps his bounds and the powers that be fail to do anything about it, the students must take matters into their own hands with deadly consequences.
Starring is Christian Camargo (The Hurt Locker, Twilight) as Mr. Aunspach, Montse Hernandez (Lowriders, Jane the Virgin) as Jane Shipley, Cheyenne Haynes (Camping) as Merritt, Anthony Keyvan (Alexa & Katie, Major Crimes) as Ellis, Harley Quinn Smith (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot) as Nadia, and Austin Zajur (Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Fist Fight) as French.
As mentioned, Student Body is currently in production but no further release details are available at this time. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest so you don’t miss a thing!
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