Also starring The Bling Ring‘s Israel Broussard and Craig Roberts, the film follows four overachieving high school students living on Cape Cod who, upon graduating from high school, realize that they’ve missed out on key life experiences by always being the ‘good kids.
They up and decide to completely reinvent themselves when the summer kids show up, in order to truly enjoy their last time together before college.
The coming-of-age teen flick revolves around high school seniors Michael (Braun) and Matty (Cope) have been best friends since 3rd grade. Still virgins, they make a pact to help each other “score” before Senior Prom – but their mission suddenly takes an unexpected turn when Matty announces that he’s gay.
Watch the full trailer for Date and Switch below, and be sure to check it out when in theaters on Valentine’s Day (February 14th)!
The film is a “multi-generational comedy about four recent college graduates who discover that their lofty expectations and the realities of adulthood are two very different things,” a press release reads (via Deadline).
Anna, 26, plays Jillian Stewart, Will’s (Miles Teller) type-A girlfriend, who lives her life according to the strictest of plans.
Nick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Brandon will play Will’s three friends, Charlie, Ethan and Luke, respectively, each of whom find careers with some interesting results.
The flick is set to begin production today in Los Angeles.
There are a ton of bonus features too! On the Bluray, you’ll get bloopers (of course), Putting on PROM: The Making of a Featurette, “Last Chance Lloyd” short, four deleted scenes and SEVEN music videos!
Movie summary: At Prom, every couple has a story and no two are exactly alike. For Nova Prescott (Teegarden), itâ€™s a classic tale of opposites attracting when she finds herself drawn to the guy (McDonell) who gets in the way of her perfect prom.
We shot these new pics a couple of weeks ago at the same school they filmed in — John Burrows Middle School in Los Angeles.
Every prom has to have a theme right? Or, most of them do. When we asked director Joe Nussbaum about Prom‘s prom theme, Starry Night, this is what he told us:
“It actually wasn’t Starry Night in the beginning. It was Enchanted Jungle. One of the things I wanted to have early one is have a muted, interesting color palette for the look and feel of it, so everything was earthy and real. There was nothing really overly bright, glitzy or shiny. I had pictured this jungle with bright toucans and just in your face colors. It wasn’t working.
“We needed something else that can be muted and still romantic. There were other themes thrown at us, like Midnight in Paris, which was too specific for us. We went through a lot of themes, but Starry Night really stuck with us because it can be done so many ways. You can do mylar balloons and cardboard cutouts or you can do really classy like with the Vincent Van Gogh painting. The rich blues and orange glow just really stuck with us.”
JJJ Fun Fact: John Burrows Middle School is the same school they filmed Pretty in Pink at!
Stay tuned for more of our portfolio and check out Nolan Sotillo‘s “We Can Be Anything” song in Spanish below!