• Thursday, August 23, 2007

    Teen Comedy is casting some lucky teens for a walk-on role

    Teen comedy flick "Endless Bummer" is casting walk-ons

    Kevin Lyman, the founder of "The Rockstar Taste of Chaos" tour, serves as executive producer/co-writer. The film "Endless Bummer begins filming this week in Southern California and is slated for a June 2008 release.

    Matthew Lillard ("Scream") is among the first actors confirmed to appear. Based on the real-life experiences of screenwriter John "J.D." Drury, the early 1980s-era story follows a group of Ventura, Calif., beach buddies who are in search of a stolen surfboard. "Endless Bummer" is being made on an approximately $2.5 million budget, Lyman tells Mitchell Peters of Billboard.com.

    Mr. Lyman is using the internet and his tour website http://www.warpedtour.com and http://www.myspace.com to promote the movie and for his contest for a fan walk-on role.


    "Endless Bummer"soundtrack features current songs from such acts as Bad Religion, the Action Design, the Vandals, the Dollyrots and the Robbery U.S.A. (members of Rancid, Street Drum Corps, S.T.U.N. and Bathroom Murders).

    "As it has developed, we started thinking about getting bands from this era to cover punk songs from that time," says Lyman, who is assisting in recruiting artists for the project. "We're looking at the soundtrack as more of a marketing tool than actually a soundtrack.

    He adds that musician Joan Jett (a featured act on the 2006 Warped Tour) and Circle Jerks singer Keith Morris will have small acting roles in "Endless Bummer."

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