Stefanie Scott’s Film ‘Jem And The Holograms” Gets Release Date– Check It Out!!

Stefanie Scott

Stefanie Scott has been busy since her Disney Channel show ‘Ant Farm‘ was cancelled. She has already finished filming two movies, ‘Insidious 3‘ and ‘Jem and The Holograms‘.

Stef’s movie ‘Jem and The Holograms‘ has been given an official release date now. You will be able to see Stef portray Jem’s younger sister Kimber in the movie on October 23, 2015.

Jem and the Holograms  reimagines Jem for a whole new generation with themes of being true to who you are in a multitasking, hyperlinked social-media age.When an orphaned teenage girl becomes an online recording sensation, she and her sisters embark on a music-driven scavenger hunt – one that sends them on an adventure across Los Angeles in an attempt to unlock a final message left by her father.

Stefanie’s other movie, Insidious 3, is scheduled for release on May 29, 2015. We are so excited to see her in both of these movies. What about you guys?

You can check out more info about Insidious 3 here on TeenInfoNet

Stefanie Scott Talks “Jem” Film & More In ‘Refinery 29!’



Stefanie Scott was recently interviewed by ‘Refinery 29’ where she talked about how she got her start in acting, about her upcoming movie “Jem and the Holograms,” and more! We also adore Stefanie’s lovely summer look for the interview pictured above! Check out the fun interview below!

Is there a place, in your eyes, that is totally Chicago? 
“I do remember Navy Pier and all of the museums — the Museum of Science and Industry is my favorite — I went to with my brothers all the time. I love the big-city life, so to be able to go to all the public parks is great. I could stay there for hours.”

Do you feel your role in Annie, which you starred in at the ripe-old age of eight, was a springboard into your acting/modeling career? 
“Yes, of course. I really didn’t have an interest in acting when I was really young — I’m super shy. But, I fell in love with it, so ever since Annie, I’ve been obsessed with musical theater, Broadway, and the craft of acting. When I was nine,42nd Street came to town, and I remember being mesmerized with all the top hats and dancing. It was then that I realized that’s what I wanted to do.”

Of all the directors you have worked with, who has inspired you the most?
“I’ve been really, really lucky to have worked with some pretty awesome people. Rob Reiner is such an icon; it was really wonderful working with him on my first feature film, Flipped. Also, our director for Jem and the Holograms, Jon Chu, is the coolest dude — he was just one of us. And, when you’re working really late nights, you kind of have to have a really good relationship with everyone. He was hilarious and crazy! Every morning at 4 a.m., when we were still shooting, he would get on the microphone and let the extras come on stage and dance to help keep their energy up. He was just awesome, not to mention his vision to bring Jem and the Holograms to life. Yes, it’s ‘80s and fun, but it’s also so bright and out there. To turn all of that into a modern-day coming-of-age story is hard to do.”

We read that you hope to come back to Chicago to attend Northwestern (Go Wildcats!). What are your plans? 
“I’m almost 18, and I’m just finishing high school now. I’m in a weird point in my career in that I’m working a lot, but I want to study filmmaking, so I can write and direct one day. Nothing is for sure right now, but I love learning and would hope to go to film school one day.”

You’ve been on the set of everything from Chuck to Law and Order to A.N.T. Farm. Have you ever been starstruck? If so, who was it?
“It’s funny, because I think before I moved to L.A., and I was younger, something like that would have had an affect on me. But, now being part of the industry, everyone is just another human being. I don’t get starstruck, but other people do inspire me. Natalie Portman inspires me. And, I love Lady Antebellum. I just met them in person, and they were so kind and so dapper. Whenever I meet someone who has so much success, I geek out if they are really nice — you don’t always see that. It’s a superficial business, and if you don’t handle it the right way, it can go to your head.”

Considering there were fans of Jem before you were even born, how did you get into character for the role of Kimber — keyboard player, maneater. 
“She is so fun and feisty! I think it was something I just adapted to the more I went through rehearsal. We had two weeks of rehearsal and band practice before we started shooting — I had to learn the keyboard. We were all really nervous on the first day of band practice because we never performed in front of so many people before. Also, we didn’t want to disappoint all of the Jem fans, so it was nerve-wracking. But, after the first day of rehearsal, our choreographer had us stay an extra hour and go crazy by running around the room and doing a bunch of hair flips. Ever since then, I think it was a lot easier for us.”

You play Jem’s younger sister. Do you identify with this sisterly role in real life? 
“I have older brothers, so I’ve always been around guys. I’ve known Aubrey [Peeples] (who plays Jem) since I was 10 and she was 13. We did the production of the Sound of Music together, where we also played sisters — we hadn’t seen each other since. But, all of us have a really special bond, and I say that as genuinely as possible. I feel like we really became a big family.”

Check Out Stefanie Scott’s “Jem” Wrap Party Photos!



Stefanie Scott took to her Instagram late this week to share some sweet behind the scenes photos from the ‘Jem And The Holograms’ wrap party. We can’t wait to see the live version movie based on the classic 80’s cartoon in theaters soon!

Check out the pics of Stefanie posing with her co-stars below! Who is your favorite “Jem” character? Let us know in the comments below!

Stefanie Scott To Star As Kimber In ‘Jem And The Holograms’ Film!

The official cast of the upcoming live action film Jem And The Holograms has been announced! Get ready to see some of your favorite young Hollywood actresses in action!

Stefanie Scott tweets, “I’m thrilled to finally announce I’m bringing Kimber to life in @jemthemovie! Thank you @jonmchu @scooterbraun

The full main cast includes:

Aubrey Peeples – Jem
Stefanie Scott – Kimber
Aurora Perrineau – Shana
Hayley Kiyoko – Aja

We are very excited for the upcoming film and think that the casting is on point! Who was your favorite character from classic 80’s cartoon Jem And The Holograms?

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