Hollywood Stargirl

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Hollywood Stargirl

Having moved from Arizona, Stargirl and her mother Ana arrive in Los Angeles to start a new life. Ana has gotten a job as a costume designer for a feature film, but the director is notoriously difficult to work with. While strumming in her room, Stargirl meets Evan, who lives in her new apartment building. He and his brother Terrell are making a sizzle reel for a potential film and would like her to write the music and possibly act in the film. While Stargirl has never acted before, she is convinced by the brothers and visits Terrell's workplace, a bar called Forte. Stargirl recognizes one of the regular visitors, known to the brothers as "Table Six", as Roxanne Martel, a one-hit wonder who left the music scene to become a producer; she is the actual owner of Forte.

Ana's busy work schedule leaves Stargirl to her own devices. She buys a pair of headphones for her grumpy neighbor, Mr. Mitchell, who begins to open up and reveals that he was once a film producer. Stargirl also meets with Roxanne to ask if she may use her song "Miracle Mile" for the sizzle reel, but Roxanne refuses, giving the impression that she is anti-social and bitter. Stargirl and Evan decide to write their own song, "Figure It Out", and Roxanne reveals that she denied them the use of her song to encourage them to create their own. She allows them to use a professional studio to record. Stargirl and Evan begin a romance.

Stargirl, Evan and Terrell finish the sizzle reel and send it out. As they wait for a response, Stargirl relates her past to Evan. Terrell eventually learns that an executive named Priya Collins has picked up the sizzle reel. She offers them a budget of one million dollars; enough to shoot their film. At home, Ana tells Stargirl that her film's production has shut down due to the director's behavior and that she has accepted a job in Berkeley. Stargirl is angry, as she is growing to love life in Los Angeles and realizes that Ana's issues stem from her fear of settling down. Mr. Mitchell advises her that one should learn from their mistakes and tells her that he was inspired by hearing her conversation with Terrell.

Movie Details

May 23, 2022
Characters by Jerry Spinelli
Hollywood Stargirl is a 2022 American teen romantic drama film directed by Julia Hart from a screenplay that she co-wrote with Jordan Horowitz. The film is a sequel to the 2020 film Stargirl, which was in turn based on Jerry Spinelli's novel of the same name; it is not an adaptation of the novel's sequel Love, Stargirl. The story follows Stargirl and her mother Ana, who is hired as the costume designer on a movie, as they relocate to Los Angeles, where Stargirl meets new friends and explores her creative side, as well as fame and success.
United States
Julia Hart
Michael Penn, Rob Simonsen, Duncan Blickenstaff
Grace VanderWaal ... Stargirl Caraway Elijah Richardson Elijah Richardson ... Evan Judy Greer Judy Greer ... Ana Caraway Uma Thurman Uma Thurman ... Roxanne Martel Judd Hirsch Judd Hirsch ... Mr. Mitchell Tyrel Jackson Williams Tyrel Jackson Williams ... Terrell Nija Okoro Nija Okoro ... Daphne Chris Williams Chris Williams ... George Al Madrigal Al Madrigal ... Iggy Ben Geurens Ben Geurens ... Daniel Kristin Slaysman Kristin Slaysman ... Jody Sarayu Blue Sarayu Blue ... Priya Collins Conor Husting Conor Husting ... Pedro Sara Amini Sara Amini ... Nicole Noah Taliferro Noah Taliferro ... Mike Kelly Sry Kelly Sry ... Daryl Adrienne Beal Adrienne Beal ... June Starr Gilliard Starr Gilliard ... Ella Tutu Janzy Paraiso Janzy Paraiso ... Young Woman Roman Arabia Roman Arabia ... Max Chelsea Conwright Chelsea Conwright ... Young Waitress Heather Grace Hancock Heather Grace Hancock ... Manager Matt Cordova Matt Cordova ... Ken Peter G. Adams Peter G. Adams ... Dan (as Peter Adams) Jasmine Ash Jasmine Ash ... Maggie Janelle Froehlich Janelle Froehlich ... Female Production Assistant Joey Jennings Joey Jennings ... Male Production Assistant Rebecca Ann Johnson Rebecca Ann Johnson ... Tall Waitress Ryan Freeland Ryan Freeland ... Bart Zuri Appleby Zuri Appleby ... Melissa Fer Fuentes Fer Fuentes ... Candice Doug Petty Doug Petty ... Ben Sanjay Krishnamurthy Sanjay Krishnamurthy ... Shayar Nikhil Pai Nikhil Pai ... Salesman Daniel Kim Daniel Kim ... Phil Luanne Homzy Luanne Homzy ... Busker Nick Baxter Nick Baxter ... Cousin Bryan Matthew Bridges Matthew Bridges ... Director of Photography Adam Foster Ballard Adam Foster Ballard ... 2nd 2nd Assistant Director Geo Lee Geo Lee ... Production Assistant Austin Zudeck Austin Zudeck ... Guitar Player (as Austin Zudek)
Ellen Goldsmith-Vein Lee Stollman
Walt Disney Pictures Gotham Group
Amiee Clark ... production supervisor Tamara Gagarin ... post-production supervisor Alethea Geges ... health and safety manager: physical production Nathan Kelly ... unit production manager Todd London ... post production executive
Gae S. Buckley
Dartenea Bryant ... stunt coordinator Jessica Harbeck ... stunt coordinator Hayden Lam ... Precision Driver Allan Padelford ... stunt driver Kelli Victoria Scarangello ... stunt double: Judy Greer
Francois Julien Germain ... visual effects producer: post-production Charbel Germanos ... visual effects editorial assistant: Mr. X Geraldine Morales ... Visual Effects Contracts Manager: Walt Disney Studios Eddy Moussa ... visual effects supervisor: MrX Sharina Radia ... business development producer: Mr. X Brett Schroeder ... head of performance department: Mr. X Katja Wiedemann ... visual effects editor: Mr. X Mrigank Shekhar Mahato ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Lauren Anderson ... special effects technician Jeremy Hays ... special effects coordinator
Santoy Dorsey ... hair stylist Cindy Escalante ... additional makeup artist Debra L. Ferullo ... makeup artist: Ms. Thurman Geno Freeman ... makeup department head Jason McGlothin ... makeup artist Silvia Polanco ... assistant makeup department head (as Silvia Jael Polanco) Darrell Redleaf-Fielder ... hair stylist: Ms. Thurman (as Darrell Redleaf) Deana Reed ... assistant hair department head Candi Russell ... hair stylist Nikki Wright ... hair department head
Jesse J. Adams ... assistant property master Steven Aragno ... set painter Kyra-Nicole Barkley ... props Carolyn Baumert ... graphic designer Josh Berryman ... set painter Hannah Bond ... Art Department Assistant William Gideon ... construction coordinator Roanne Horwich ... paint gangboss Maggie Mannion ... assistant property master Sean Mannion ... property master Vladimir E. Morales ... set painter Lisa Baddeley Parker ... Set Decorating Coordinator Jeremy Parris ... set painter Jessica Rabbiner ... Art Department Coordinator Monica Seagle ... Set Decoration Intern Melissa Stevenson ... Set painter Gordon Stotz ... set designer Dayana Talamantes ... set painter Brad Towell ... graphic designer Mike Vasquez ... set painter Stacy Watson ... paint foreperson Diane Zurn ... lead set decoration buyer
Nick Baxter ... music producer Lyndsie Chlowitz ... music executive: studio Pierce Constanti ... Assistant to Composer Fiora Cutler ... vocal coach Lena Glikson ... music editor Noah Hubbell ... assistant mix engineer Liz Kinnon ... piano coach: Uma Thurman, Elijah Richardson Taylor Lipari-Hassett ... Score Coordinator Michael Penn ... composer: additional music / executive music producer Carrie Tretteen ... music clearance Don Welty ... music business and legal affairs Dan Wilcox ... music supervisor
Willie D. Burton ... sound mixer Alexandra Gallo ... boom operator Phil Hadaway ... adr mixer Scott Heming ... Foley Engineer Jonathan Klein ... Supervising Foley Editor Gerry Long ... foley artist Danny Maurer ... sound utility Steve Neal ... Re-Recording Mix Technician Nancy Nugent ... supervising sound editor Michelle Pazer ... dialogue editor Brian Tarlecki ... Re-Recording Mixer Jon Title ... sound designer Drew Webster ... re-recording mixer
Ashley Marks ... casting associate Georgia Simon ... ADR Voice Casting Rebecca Wyman ... casting assistant
Emily Faw ... image scientist Jon Mendenhall ... dailies workflow specialist Alexis Ross ... dailies producer Jack Tashdjian ... colorist: dailies David Thomashower ... studio assistant editor Vero Vackova ... first assistant editor
Amy Dodson ... costume supervisor Tandace Khorrami ... set costumer to Uma Thurman Madeleine Maciag ... costume buyer Makayla Montelongo ... set costumer Lindsey Waltonbaugh ... assistant costume designer Erin Wenrick ... additional costumer
Bryce Fortner
Dana Arnold ... Rigging Chief Lighting Technician Peter Joseph Campbell ... video assist Eric Corriea ... rigging lighting control programmer Andrew Dumas ... stabilized head tech George Gomez ... video assist Rafael Gomez ... rigging electric gang boss Jessie Gregson ... lighting technician (as Jesse Gregson) Matt Harshbarger ... camera operator: "a" camera / steadicam operator Trish Herremans ... assistant chief lighting technician Ryan Hogue ... camera operator Vincent Kelly ... lighting console programmer K.C. Lauf ... Loader Samahra Little ... first assistant camera Ryan 'Sparks' Lynch ... Chief Lighting Technician Simon Miya ... camera operator David H. Neale ... set lighting rigging best boy Kyle Padelford ... Edge Arm Operator Pasquale Paolo ... digital imaging technician Gabriel Pfeiffer ... first assistant camera: "a" camera Lawrence Razo ... key video assist Samantha Schmiedeskamp ... Camera Utility Roxanne Stephens ... Additional Camera Operator Delaney Teichler ... Dolly Grip: B Camera Chris Thrasher ... Dolly Grip: "A" camera Andrew Alvarez Vera ... Camera Utility Troi Wilson ... key rigging grip Jaime Heintz ... rigging grip (uncredited) David Warfield ... rigging set lighting technician (uncredited)
USD 76 million (Approx)

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