Although we don’t know much about Calum‘s actual character, we can tell you The Thinning is a futuristic thriller that follows two students who figure out that the aptitude test people have to take as a way of controlling population is actually hiding a much deeper secret.
The flick takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where population control is dictated by a high-school aptitude test. When two students (Paul, List) discover the test is smoke and mirrors hiding a larger conspiracy, they must fight the system to expose it and take it down.
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The Thinning – Legendary Digital Media Announcement
Peyton List hits the step and repeat with chic style at the First Annual DKMS (Delete Blood Cancer) Cultivation Dinner held at Terrine Restaurant in Los Angeles on Thursday night (November 12).
The 17-year-old actress joined her Bunk’D co-star Kevin Quinn and co-founder Katharina Harf at the event.
The mission of Delete Blood Cancer is to “work every day to delete blood cancer by inspiring as many people as possible to register as bone marrow donors to provide patients with second chances at life.”
FYI: Peyton wore a Chanel top, Celine pants, Ferragamo bag, and LK Bennett pumps.
In “Can You Hear Me Now”, when Zuri (Skai Jackson) secretly keeps her cell phone beyond the allotted amount of time, it prompts Hazel (Tessa Netting) and Lou to conduct a camp-wide search. Knowing Zuri still has it, Emma (Peyton List) is stuck between busting her sister and lying to her new BFF Lou.
Meanwhile, Ravi (Karan Brar) and Tiffany (Nina Lu) are duped into making a cell phone tower hidden in the new camp totem pole.
“Can You Hear Me Now” airs TONIGHT, Friday, November 13th @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
The 17-year-old Bunk’D actress opens up about positive body image, branching out from Disney and why she’ll always be a blonde. Check it:
On body image in Hollywood: “I think every girl always has doubts about her body…but I am so glad that I live and am working in Hollywood right now, at a time where people aren’t judgmental of your body and you don’t have to be a stick — it’s okay to have curves! I’m really glad we have Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer and all these girls who are embracing all the different body types…”
On why she’ll never go brunette again: “I haven’t seen my natural color in a while…I was always blonde so once my darker roots started coming in on Jessie, we dyed it. I remember not wanting to be brunette whatsoever. When I was eight, I had these blonde, Shirley Temple-like curls and people would always be like, ‘Oh my gosh, you’re so cute.’ And when my hair was colored brunette for 27 Dresses, nobody complimented me. And so I said, ‘Mom, I don’t ever want to be brunette.’”
On shedding her Disney image: “I have been doing a lot of experimenting lately. I am still finding myself, but I feel like I’m finally finding my style voice and what I love and it’s been really fun. I have a big say in what I wear and what I go out in and I have to feel confident in it before I leave.”
On different roles from Emma Ross: “Peter [Hutchings, director of The Outskirts] had me try out for the sweet Girl Scout part at first. The character ends up being a lesbian in the movie, which I thought would be a really fun character to play and I was really excited for it. Then he told me that they were going in a different direction, but asked if I’d be interested in playing Mackenzie, one of the mean girls. So we talked and he asked, ‘I don’t know, can you play mean?’ and I was all like, ‘Peter, I’m an actress. Of course I can play mean.’”