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Metalheads (film)

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Metalheads
Directed byGregory Cahill
Written byGregory Cahill
StarringMercedes Arn-Horn
Baker Chase Powell
Ron Rossi
Brandon Barner
Lisa Christine Holmberg
Dylan Gilligan
Connor Bates
Jeanette Nitao
Jason Freeley
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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Metalheads is an upcoming '90s-based comedy film written by Gregory Cahill. It stars Mercedes Arn-Horn from Courage My Love as Amanda Rozek.[1] The film is thought to be like an Airheads meets Superbad cross-over.[2]

Plot[edit]

Josh Roche, a Boston metalhead, longs for the attention of his ex-girlfriend Amanda Rozek.[3] He enlists in his high school's Battle of the Bands to try to get Amanda back. Josh, struggling with his talentless band, has to compete against a popular band whose leader Josh despises. Josh's band plans out ways to undermine their way to victory.[4]

Cast[edit]

  • Mercedes Arn-Horn as Amanda Rozek
  • Baker Chase Powell as Josh Roche
  • Ron Rossi as Binky
  • Brandon Barner as Dave
  • Lisa Christine Holmberg as Missy Roche
  • Dylan Gilligan as Rhombus
  • Connor Bates as Azazel
  • Jeanette Nitao as Phoebe
  • Jason Freeley as Chowda
  • Galen Howard as Employee

Production[edit]

Metalheads is in production and has yet to announce a release date. There have been trailer screening parties in Los Angeles, New York, and Boston.[5]

References[edit]

  1. "Mercedes Arn-Horn - The Leading Lady of Comedy Film 'Metalheads'". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "Security Check Required".
  3. "Courage My Love frontwoman to star in '90s-based comedy film, 'Metalheads'". Alternative Press.
  4. "metalheads". metalheads.
  5. "Courage My Love singer hopes to play 'metalhead' in proposed movie".


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