1091 Pictures acquires distribution rights to Cameron Boyce’s final film little person in North American regions. The studio will set a day and date for the theatrical release, and will also monitor its release on video-on-demand this fall.
little person The actor’s final film and on-screen appearance is Cameron Boyce, who passed away in July 2019 at the young age of 20. Boyce, who famously starred as Carlos, the son of Cruella de Vil, in Disney’s musical fantasy. descendants And its sequel suffered epileptic seizures, which resulted in his sudden demise.
little person Directed by Will Cockley in his directorial debut and will feature a youth cast featuring Boyce, Brianna Hildebrand, Nicole Elizabeth Berger and Aramis Knight alongside Jason Patrick, the film centers on a teenage boy, Cal (Cameron Boyce), Pervasive bullying and lack of adult support leads to self-destruction, pain, depression and extinguished moral direction.
Other co-stars will also portray relatable characters of high-school seniors who face neglect and other social issues that lead them down a cycle of pessimism and violence. little person Written by Christian van Greig and Armand Constantine, with Kockle as a co-author. The makers of the film have indicated that the film will deal with juvenile violence and its repercussions. He commented on the distributors receiving his film, expressing himself.
“We are grateful to have worked with 1091 Pictures, which understands the relevance and power of this story; we have partnered with The Cameron Boyce Foundation and its efforts to promote peace rather than violence and to spread awareness about the consequences of gun violence. We have also partnered with the Wilding Peace initiative. We are excited to bring this powerful and thrilling picture to the audience.”
The premise of the film suggests that the film would attempt to dig into adolescent psychology at that time and possibly promote the importance of mental health, counseling, and parental guidance and education for adolescents. Cameron Boyce’s parents also commented on the importance of the film and their son’s final role,
“This film is so important in the environment we live in today, Cameron was incredibly proud of this film, and we are confident his powerful performance will resonate deeply with all of his fans around the world.”
Neglecting abuse and bullying is a major drawback, both in parenting and in school administration. The two concerns were heavily adapted films and television such as in the perks of Being a Wallflowerhandjob Carrie, and 13 Reasons Why. little person There will likely be a more indie-style drama-thriller, which will address these concerns through a comparatively darker medium.
little person It has previously received critical and public acclaim at the Mammoth Film Festival, where it first premiered in 2020. There, the film was awarded the Audience Award for Best Feature Film, thus validating the fact that it would contain something really important and interesting. the audience.
while little person Cameron Boyce’s last film appearance, it won’t be his only 2021 release. Boyce appears in episode eight of the first season of the Amazon Prime Video series Paradise City, in which he has a recurring role. The show also saw her reuniting with him descendants Co-star Booboo Stewart. little person It will receive a theatrical and VOD release on an unspecified day and date this year. This news originated on Deadline.