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Starlet Aubrey Peeples To Play Jem In The Forth-Coming Motion Picture Variation Of Jem And The Holograms

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After intense net speculation, the first casting selections for the Jem and Holograms motion picture are out. The casting information was revealed on the motion picture’s Tumblr blog site on Thursday, 24 April.

Starlet Aubrey Peeples will play Jem in the forth-coming motion picture variation of Jem and the Holograms . If you’re wondering why she’s familiar, Peeples plays the irritating reality TV star reduce nation pop singer Layla Grant on ABC’s Nashville.

Aubrey Peeples who was born in November 1993, is an American starlet who has guest starred in a variety of shows and commercials. Among her pastimes includes vocal, so as you might expect she has starred in a number of musical comedies. She depicted Austin Moon’s previous crush, Cassidy, on Austin & Ally in the Season 1 episode Diners and Daters.

She was born and raised in Lake Mary, Florida, by moms and dads Wendy and Ashley, and has a younger sibling called Ally. Maturing, Aubrey did with the Orlando Repertory Theatre for 10 years. She finished from Lake Mary Preparatory School, where she was valedictorian of the training of 2012. Peeples was accepted to Harvard University but deferred entry twice, the second time to accept her function on Nashville.

The press are taking a lot of interest in this news, which is not unexpected from an actor who is clearly very able to portray her characters with conviction, and make an impression upon many who remember her and have become interested in her career.

In addition to Peeples, Variety’s Justin Kroll has put pen to paper saying that Stefanie Scott, Hayley Kiyoko and Aurora Perrineau of Pretty Little Liars are also on board. As has been reported previously, director Jon M. Chu of G.I. Joe remade movie fame, along with Jason Blum and Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber ’s manager, are producing this film. No word yet on whether the Biebs will make a look as an unacceptable man-boy in Jem’s audience but we can wish, eh?

 

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