A Second Chance: In a modern-day adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, spoiled pop star, Chance Love (Brittany Underwood, The Bay, The Series, Amazon, One Life To Live), is forced to confront who she is, who she once was and the dismal fate that awaits her after trading love for fame and fortune long ago. These fateful glimpses into her life are guided by modern twists on the spirits of Christmas past (Jim O’Heir Parks and Recreation, Emmy® Winner Bold and Beautiful), present (Christopher Mark Lawrence Chuck, Pitch) and future (Vivica A. Fox, Empire, Independence Day). Heart throb and leading man five time Emmy® winner Kristos Andrews (The Bay, The Series, Amazon, and This Just In, PopTV) is Brian, Chance Love’s faithful assistant, who may be his bosses saving grace.
The film will be a hit with viewers and a must see television event for the 2017 holiday season with the impressive complete cast list that includes:
Tara Reid (Sharknado franchise, American Pie), Jim O’Heir (2017 daytime Emmy® winner Bold & Beautiful, Parks and Recreation, Middle Man), Vivica A. Fox (Empire, Illicit, Independence Day Vivica’s Black Magic), Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry McGuire), Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray, Sharknado 2) Mark Christopher Lawrence (Chuck, Pitch), Brittany Martinez Underwood as title character Chance Love (The Bay The Series, Amazon, One Life To Live), five time (5) daytime Emmy® winner Kristos Andrews (The Bay, The Series, Amazon, This Just In, Pop TV), Rob Van Dam (WWE, Sniper: Special Ops), David Chokachi (Baywatch, Witchblade), Ben Giroux (#BackToThe90s), Nicole Bilderback (Good Girls, Mercenaries), Zack Ward (A Christmas Story) Michelle Burke (Dazed and Confused), Randy Wayne (The Bay, The Series, Amazon) and ViviAnne Yee (Adventure Time, The Boss Baby).
Christopher Douglas- Olen Ray (Circus Kane, Mercenaries, A House Is Not A Home) is directing this family holiday feature. Scott T. Reynolds and Danny Max penned the screenplay. The film is being produced by Ray and his DeInstitutionalized, LLC partner, Gerald Webb.
Burbank based DeInstituionalized, LLC delivers a wide range of content across multiple platforms. The company produces original content, co-productions and provides production services to some of the industry’s biggest independent distribution companies.
“Seeing this amazingly talented group of actors on the set of ‘A Second Chance’ is like a big family reunion for our company. We are extremely honored to work with them all again and humbled by their trust in DeInstitutionalized’s and Chris Ray’s vision in reimagining Dickens’ classic tale.” – Gerald Webb, Producer, Deinstitutionalized, LLC Partner.
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