I thought it was about time for a change, so I’ve put up a brand new layout! If you haven’t noticed, I will be using robbie-amell.com from now on, but will also still be using robbieamellfan.com until it expires, so if you’re an affiliate, be sure to change links! I will also be revamping the content pages a little bit, so if you see some changes, you’ll know why! As always, feedback is always appreciated!
I’ve finally got the gallery updated with the last episodes of The Tomorrow People along with an episode still and captures from Robbie’s appearance on Whose Line Is It Anyway? last week. Enjoy!
• Productions > 2013 | The Tomorrow People > Season 1 > Episodes > 1×18 :: Smoke And Mirrors
• Productions > 2013 | The Tomorrow People > Season 1 > Episodes > 1×19 :: Modus Vivendi
• Productions > 2013 | The Tomorrow People > Season 1 > Episodes > 1×20 :: A Sort of Homecoming
• Productions > 2013 | The Tomorrow People > Season 1 > Episodes > 1×21 :: Killswitch
• Productions > 2013 | The Tomorrow People > Season 1 > Episodes > 1×22 :: Son of Man
• Television Appearances > 2014 | Whose Line Is It Anyway? > Episode Stills
• Television Appearances > 2014 | Whose Line Is It Anyway? > 10×12 Captures
Robbie Amell has landed the male lead in CBS Films’ pic “The Duff” alongside Mae Whitman.
Last year Ari Sandel became attached to direct the project from Josh A. Cagan’s adaptation of the novel by Kody Keplinger. The story follows a high school senior whose world is turned upside down when she learns that her group of friends has labeled her the DUFF (designated ugly fat friend) — a sidekick to her prettier, more popular friends. She becomes determined to reinvent herself — and enlist her fellow DUFFs — in a scheme to overthrow the school’s evil queen.
McG, Susan Cartsonis and Mary Viola are producing for Wonderland Sound and Vision; Vast Entertainment’s Lane Shefter Bishop exec produces.
CBS Films acquired the feature rights to Keplinger’s “The D.U.F.F.” in 2011. Mark Ross and Alex Ginno are overseeing the project for CBS Films.
Amell is coming off his CW show “The Tomorrow People” and is also filming the indie “Max.” He is repped by WME, Protégé Entertainment, Coast To Coast and Felker, Toczek, Suddleson.