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J-14 caught the movie Jem and the Holograms last night and said it exceeded expectations and has a wonderful message about staying true to yourself. And it has a lot of catchy tunes that stay with you once you leave the theater!
In celebration of the catchy tune “Youngblood” from the film, Todrick Hall teamed up with Jem herself, Aubrey Peeples to perform in a super glittery and dramatically fun music video.
Aubrey and the Jem and the Holograms girls are featured in Seventeen Magazines November 2015 Issue. If you have the Aubrey page scan, please send it in to us here, we will add it as soon as possible! Not long until we can see the movie now…. #excited!
Aubrey performed “Youngblood” with the rest of the Jem and the Holograms cast live at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles. You can watch the video below…
Eager to turn the train around in time for release, Universal has pumped out a catalogue of clips – and a new poster – for its soon-to-be-released adaptation of Jem and the Holograms.
Inspired by the 80s cartoon series of the same name, the studio all but kicked the hornets’ nest earlier this year after revealing a debut trailer that was less than impressive. Since then, production company Blumhouse has assured us that Jon M. Chu’s live-action flick is actually “a great movie,” though today’s barrage of teasers doesn’t necessarily dispel our lingering doubt.
Following the rags-to-superstardom tale of Aubrey Peeples’ title character, the movie documents her humble beginnings as a budding singer operating with little more than a webcam and a shoddy microphone, to one of the hottest pop artists on the planet. Granted, considering the popularity of platforms such as YouTube, Vine, Tumblr and even Snapchat, a breakout act in the vein of Peeple’s lead is a timely story to feature, but its one sugar-coated in schmaltzy genre clichés and sentimentality.
Jem and the Holograms brings together Aubrey Peeples as Jerrica/Jem, Stefanie Scott as Kimber, Hayley Kiyoko as Aja and Aurora Perrineau as Shana, with Molly Ringwald, Ryan Guzman, and Juliette Lewis. It’ll open on October 23.