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Thursday, October 16, 2014



'Jem & the Holograms' Plot Synopsis & Release Date Announced


Today, Deadline has announced the official release date for director Jon M. Chu's adaption of the 1980's cartoon Jem & the Holorgrams. According to them the live action movie will hit October 23rd, 2015 and will star already announced Aubrey Peeples, Stefanie Scott, Aurora Perrineau, Hayley Kiyoko, Juliette Lewis, Molly Ringwald and Ryan Guzman. They also went onto announce the full plot synopsis for the film:
The series revolves around Jem, the mysterious lead singer and front-woman of the rock group “Jem and the Holograms.” Her real name is Jerrica Benton, and under this name she is the owner and manager of Starlight Music. Jerrica adopts this persona with the help of a holographic computer, known as Synergy, which was built by Jerrica’s father to be “the ultimate audio-visual entertainment synthesizer” and is bequeathed to her after his death. Jerrica is able to command Synergy to project “the Jem hologram” over herself by means of the remote micro-projectors in her earrings, thus disguising her features and clothing enabling her to assume the Jem persona. While disguised as Jem, Jerrica is able to move freely without restrictions and on several occasions other people have been in direct physical contact with her without disrupting the holographic projection. Jem, through the use of her earrings, is also able to project holograms around her and uses this ability throughout the series to avoid danger and provide special effects for the performances of her group.
 Yes, this is the film Jon M Chu left Masters of the Universe and possibly G.I.Joe 3 for....

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