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Ashley Tisdale Gets Left Behind

Source:   Deadline
January 3, 2013


Ashley Tisdale, who can be seen in the upcoming Scary Movie 5, is joining Nicolas Cage and Chad Michael Murray in Left Behind, which follows a group of survivors during the first few hours after the Rapture.

Deadline says she'll be playing Chloe Steele, the daughter of Cage's Ray Steele character. After millions of people suddenly disappear from Earth, Chloe wanders America looking to find any remaining members of her family.

Murray will playing the role of journalist Cameron “Buck” Williams in the remake of the Christian-themed movie franchise.

Vic Armstrong will direct the $15 million project from Stoney Lake Entertainment, the new production company led by Paul Lalonde of Cloud Ten Pictures. Filming is expected to start in early spring for a fourth quarter 2013 release by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

The franchise is based on the series of books written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins that have sold more than 65 million copies worldwide. Kirk Cameron starred in the original trilogy of which the first film hit theaters in 2001.

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