Jem and the Holograms  



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Jem and the Holograms (2015)

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As a small-town girl catapults from underground video sensation to global superstar, she and her three sisters begin a one-in-a-million journey of discovering that some talents are too special to keep hidden. Four aspiring musicians will take the world by storm when they see that the key to creating your own destiny lies in finding your own voice.

Director: Jon M. Chu
Writer: Ryan Landels

Release Date: 2015-10-22
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $5,000,000
Revenue: $2,333,684
Production Companies : Blumhouse Productions, Chu Studios, SB Projects
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2015-10-22
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $5,000,000
Revenue: $2,333,684

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Casts

Aubrey Peeples
as Jerrica Benton / Jem
Stefanie Scott
as Kimber Benton
Hayley Kiyoko
as Aja
Aurora Perrineau
as Shana
Ryan Guzman
as Rio Raymond
Molly Ringwald
as Aunt Bailey
Juliette Lewis
as Erica Raymond
Isabella Kai Rice
as Young Jerrica
Barnaby Carpenter
as Emmett Benton
Jason Kennedy
as Jason Kennedy
Nathan Moore
as Zipper
Justin Alastair
as Esteban
Mischke Butler
as Vocal Coach
Samantha Newark
as Hairstylist
Christopher Scott
as Choreographer
Marcei Ann Brubaker
as Homeless Woman
Jackie Tohn
as Rebecca
Ken Baker
as Donnie the Reporter
Britta Phillips
as Stage Manager
Phillip Chbeeb
as Back-Up Dancer
Nicholas Stewart
as Back-Up Dancer
Kelsey Landers
as Back-Up Dancer
Jessica Keller
as Back-up Dancer
Ryan Hansen
as Stephen the Guard
Quddus
as VJ
Christy Marx
as Lindsey Pierce
Hana Mae Lee
as Roxy
Katie Findlay
as Stormer
Eiza González
as Jetta
Kesha Rose Sebert
as Pizzazz
Chris Pratt
as Himself
Dwayne Johnson
as Himself
Alicia Keys
as Herself
Jimmy Fallon
as Himself

Crew

Directing Jon M. Chu Director
Writing Christy Marx Characters
Production Jason Blum Producer
Production Scooter Braun Producer
Production Jon M. Chu Producer
Production Stephen Davis Producer
Production Brian Goldner Producer
Production Bennett Schneir Producer
Camera Alice Brooks Director of Photography
Editing Michael Trent Editor
Editing Jillian Moul Editor
Production Terri Taylor Casting
Art Kevin Bird Production Design
Art Jennifer Möller Art Direction
Art Lori Mazuer Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Soyon An Costume Design
Art Jennifer Stoefen Art Department Coordinator
Visual Effects James Lorimer Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Caroline Fraissinet Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Matthew Noren Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Nate Smalley Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Rebecca West Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects James David Hattin Visual Effects Supervisor
Camera Thom Valko Steadicam Operator
Camera Brad Grimmett Steadicam Operator
Camera Justina Mintz Still Photographer
Camera Robert Lam Additional Camera
Production Sarah Domeier Casting Associate
Costume & Make-Up Joan Lee Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Angelina Coscuna Set Costumer
Sound Oliver Hug Music Editor
Crew Christopher Scott Choreographer
Sound Ryan McBride Sound Effects Editor
Sound Craig Polding Sound Effects Editor
Sound Adam Jenkins Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Craig Mann Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Kunal Rajan Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Vanessa Price Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Samantha Rosenberg Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Lotus Seki Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Mary Klimek Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Gillian Whitlock Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Levi Vieira Makeup Artist
Sound Justin W. Walker Supervising Dialogue Editor
Art Scott Nifong Property Master
Sound Nathan Lanier Original Music Composer
Sound Diego S. Staub Foley Mixer
Sound Miguel Barbosa Foley Artist
Sound Robert Janiger Sound Mixer
Writing Ryan Landels Screenplay
Production Jeanette Brill Executive Producer
Production Couper Samuelson Executive Producer
Production Marcei A. Brown Co-Producer
Production Phillip Dawe Co-Producer
Production Ashlee Hansen Associate Producer
Production Allison Kaye Associate Producer
Production Heather McKay Associate Producer
Production Olivia Zaro Associate Producer
Production Marcei A. Brown Unit Production Manager
Directing Jeremy Phoenix First Assistant Director
Directing Kendall L. Nichols Second Assistant Director
Directing Daniel Hamilton-Lowe Second Assistant Director
Crew Ray Siegle Stunt Coordinator
Crew Jennifer Scudder Trent Post Production Supervisor
Crew Tricia Miles Post Production Supervisor
Art Chris Langevin Assistant Property Master
Art Jared Garcia Leadman
Costume & Make-Up Christopher Nelson On Set Dresser
Art Mark Achilles White Set Dresser
Art Corey Ramirez Set Dresser
Art Chris Maxson Set Dresser
Camera Andrew Waruszewski "A" Camera Operator
Camera Nick Franco Steadicam Operator
Camera Nick Franco "B" Camera Operator
Camera Doug Oh First Assistant "A" Camera
Camera Antonio Baca Second Assistant "A" Camera
Camera Danny Gardner First Assistant "B" Camera
Camera Ron Elliot Second Assistant "B" Camera
Camera Scott Andrew Ressler Additional Camera
Camera Garrett Benson Additional Camera
Camera Tom Boyd Additional Camera
Sound Robert Janiger Production Sound Mixer
Sound Kraig Kishi Boom Operator
Costume & Make-Up Pamela Lee Incardona Costume Supervisor
Crew John J. Downey Special Effects Technician
Costume & Make-Up Frank Alexander Key Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Natthaporn Patana Seamstress
Costume & Make-Up Tifanie White Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Gabby Suarez Hairstylist
Directing Julie Pitkanen Script Supervisor
Production Miles J. Henley Location Manager
Production Michael Collins Production Accountant
Production Erin Vitali Production Coordinator
Production Ally Conover Casting Assistant
Production Chris Bryant Production Secretary
Production Dixie Webster Extras Casting
Crew James G. Brill Transportation Coordinator
Crew Joey Freitas Transportation Captain
Sound Judah Getz ADR Mixer
Sound Chris Navarro ADR Mixer
Production Terri Douglas ADR Voice Casting
Sound Julie Pearce Music Editor
Sound Richard Henderson Music Editor
Sound Olivia Zaro Music Supervisor
Art Aaron Becker Title Designer

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