Charli D’amelio Is Set To Star In Supernatural Thriller “Home School”

Charli D’amelio Is Set To Star In Supernatural Thriller "Home School"

Charli D’amelio, who is known for (The D’Amelio Show) will star in the supernatural thriller “Home School“, directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez for Ryan Kavanaugh’s Proxima Media. D’Amelio will play the role of Mira, a 17-year-old who moves to a different town to live with her aunt after her mother passes away. After arriving in what seems like the all-too-perfect town, Mira soon discovers that her mother’s death and her own future are intertwined supernaturally.

Home School was written by Casey Giltner, a Minneapolis-based screenwriter whose script On the First Day of Christmas was featured on the 2021 BloodList and was recently picked up by Village Roadshow and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

Charli D’amelio Is Set To Star In Supernatural Thriller "Home School"

SVP of Production at Proxima, Daniel Herther, who shepherded the development of Home School, will be producing alongside Kavanaugh, with Kavanaugh’s partner Bobby Sarnevesht and Marc, Heidi and Dixie D’Amelio serving as executive producers.

The film will be Kavanaugh’s second to raise financing via the entertainment stock exchange,—an innovative platform for financing entertainment. The filming will start in July.


In a statement, D’Amelio said “As soon as I read Home School, I knew it was for me. I connected with the character, Mira, the story, the script, and the team. I knew if I was going to do a movie, it needed to be something fun, edgy, and fresh,” she added “While the role will certainly be challenging and push me to learn to act and become Mira, it’s a fun ride and meant to be fun to make and fun to watch. I also wanted to make sure I surrounded myself with a great team.”

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D’Amelio shot to global fame after posting dance videos to the platform in 2019. she is the first TikTokker to accrue 100 million followers, she appeared in a 2020 Super Bowl ad for Sabra Hummus and dancing in a Jennifer Lopez music video. Last year, Hulu launched The D’Amelio Show, a docuseries starring Charli D’Amelio and her family.


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Andrew Conor is a News Writer for Maxblizz, Andrew is a fan of Marvel and DC comics and films.

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