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EXCLUSIVE: Joey King is set to star along with Molly Ringwald in Netflix’s original film The Kissing Booth, an adaptation of teen author Beth Reekles’ YA novel. Teen Beach Movie director Vince Marcello is at the helm from a script he wrote, with LA/London-based Komixx Media producing.

Currently filming in South Africa, the romantic comedy follows Elle Evans, a 16-year-old girl who’s popular and loves to party but has never been kissed. Things take a turn when she ends up in a kissing booth at Spring Carnival, facing her long-term crush — her best friend’s brother, Noah. The course of love never did run smoothly and the narrative charts the ups and downs of infatuation as Elle is swept up in a romance with the hottest boy in school.

Up next for King is the Warner Bros’ remake of the 1979 comedy Going in Style starring Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine, in theaters April 7. She also stars in Broad Green Pictures’ Wish Upon with Ryan Phillippe, slated for release June 30, and is attached as the title character in Catherine Hardwicke’s Stargirl, King’s repped by UTA, Coast to Coast and Industry Entertainment.

Ringwald, best known for the 1980s films The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles, is set to recur on the CW freshman series Riverdale. Her recent film credits include Justin Kelly’s King Cobra and Universal’s Jem and the Holograms. Ringwald is with Untitled Entertainment, Barking Dog Entertainment and attorney Valerie Baugh

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Wish Upon, the horror film headlined by Conjuring actress Joey King, Ryan Phillippe and Ki Hong Lee, has been slated for release June 30 of this year by distributor Broad Green Pictures. Directed by Annabelle‘s John R. Leonetti and written by Barbara Marshall, the horror film follows 16-year-old misfit Claire who finds a magic box that promises a chance at the life she’s always wanted. But with each wish comes a deadly payment.

The release date for the film is on the same date as another horror film and a franchise at that: TWC’s Amityville: The Awakening which goes wide that weekend with Bella Thorne, Cameron Monaghan and Jennifer Jason Leigh starring. So, it’s likely that someone may blink.

Wish Upon‘s Leonetti was cinematographer on The Conjuring and the first two Insidious movies before landing the directing gig on Annabelle, which made $256.9 million worldwide via Warner Bros and New Line. Busted Shark Productions’ Sherryl Clark (Cloverfield) is producing Wish Upon.

The film also stars Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Kevin Hanchard and Sherilyn Fenn.

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Independence Day: Resurgence actress Joey King revealed via Instagram on Wednesday, October 12, that her sister Kelli was hit by a semitruck. Thankfully, according to the actress, Kelli is going to be OK.

My sister Kelli was in a terrible accident where she was hit by an 18 wheeler semi truck while bicycling to work yesterday morning,” Joey wrote in an Instagram post. “She’s in great hands and is on the road to recovery. I’m just unbelievably grateful that she’s alive. Please keep her in your thoughts.

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The Conjuring‘s Joey King is set to play the lead in the Broad Greens’s horror thriller Wish Upon, which will be directed by Annabelle helmer John Leonetti. The movie is being produced by Busted Shark Production’s Sherryl Clark (Viral, Cloverfield), who spent five years overseeing feature development at J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot before starting her own production company.

Wish Upon, written by Barbara Marshall (The Listener) follows 16-year-old misfit Claire (King), who finds a magic box that promises a chance at the life she’s always wanted. But she never could have guessed that each wish would demand a deadly payment. Production is expected to begin in the fall.

The deal was brokered on behalf of King by UTA and Coast to Coast, Dan Spilo, Industry Entertainment and Howard Fishman, HWHM+F.

Source: deadline.com

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Joey King is making a visit in Central City.

According to YVR Shoots, King, who had a recurring role in the first season of “Fargo,” will play a red-haired meta-human in the upcoming season 3 of “The Flash.”

Details about King’s character are scarce, but YVR Shoots revealed that the 17-year-old actress will appear in episode 3 of the forthcoming installment.

Last Friday night, Emmy-winning VFX supervisor Armen V. Kevorkian was spotted directing Grant Gustin in his Flash costume at Vancouver’s Granville Square. King was also seen on set.

Two weeks ago, Kevorkian revealed on Instagram that he’s directing season 3, episode 3.

Besides “Fargo,” King also starred on NBC’s sitcom “Bent” and appeared in several films like “Independence Day: Resurgence,” “The Conjuring” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” among many others.

“The Flash” is diving into the “Flashpoint” timeline at the beginning of season 3, but Gustin recently revealed that his character Barry won’t be in that timeline until the very end of the installment.

[Season 3] is pretty ‘Flashpoint’ focused right now, which I think we are going to see the repercussions coming out of ‘Flashpoint,‘” Gustin told Kevin Smith during an interview for IMDb at last month’s San Diego Comic-Con. “There will be ramifications all season long from ‘Flashpoint.’

[However,] I think we can state… ‘Flashpoint’ does not last all season long,” the 26-year-old actor said, but there are permanent ramifications.”

Which DC Comics metahuman could King be playing? Share your guesses in the comments below!

“The Flash” season 3 premieres on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. on The CW.

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Hello everyone. Yesterday, where patients watched the movie Independence Day: Resurgence, they got a surprise visit from Joey and Travis Tope.

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Sixteen-year-old Joey King has been acting for a decade—so yes, at the age when you were just starting to get into American Girl Dolls, she was making her TV debut. With *nine* new movies in the works—including the upcoming Independence Day sequel—she’s only gaining steam.

Here, inside intel from the force to be reckoned with.

Rookie of the Year: In Smartass [stay tuned for the official release date], my character skateboards. So I took lessons at a skate park in Simi Valley, California, called Skatelab, and I just really loved it.

How’s Tricks: I can do a front shove-it, which is where you rotate the board around underneath your feet. But I dream of grinding on a rail [skateboarding on a handrail].

Flying High: When I’m in the air, I’m either having a panic attack or I have total composure. There’s no in between.

Girl’s Girl: I have a beautiful, marbled skateboard by Girl Skateboards. It was so pretty at first, then I started destroying it, putting duct tape and stickers on it.

Dress Code: Helmet, kneepads, jeans, and an oversize Ripndip T-shirt or tank top.

Free Fallin’: During a break on Independence Day, I skated around with an assistant director and Liam Hemsworth. I did a trick and didn’t land it, so I got up and kept going. The guys were like, “Joey, your knee!” I was bleeding, apparently.

Sk8er Boi: Usually when I go to my skate park, I’m the only girl there. It’s a very intimidating setting. And I’m just like, “I know you think I’m a girl and I can’t do it, but guess what? I can.”

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Joey King and Liam Hemsworth are both starring in the upcoming Independence Day 2: Resurgence, and the actress just revealed an amazing (and also kind of horrifying) story from set.

She shared a throwback photo showing her serious knee gash, and the accompanying trip she took to the store to get band-aids. It involved stealing her co-star’s car to take that trip.

Joey explained, “I wasn’t supposed to board on set, but I did, got hurt and stole Liam’s car to get band-aids.

Sounds like a serious adventure! Liam probably didn’t mind too much, especially after he found out what Joey was using his car for. A girl’s got to do what a girl’s got to do!

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Independence Day: Resurgence has the potential to be one of the biggest blockbusters of 2016. Fans of the first film have been waiting 20 years for a sequel. And while Will Smith won’t be reprising his role, a slew of new casting additions will be making their mark on the franchise. One of those is 16-year-old actress, Joey King.

Despite her age, King isn’t a newcomer to the Hollywood scene. She’s appeared in quite a few notable films. Her first lead role came from 2010’s Ramona and Beezus. King’s stock has only grown from that point, as she has been seen in White House Down, Wish You Were Here, and Oz.

It’s no surprise that King has been able to find success in Hollywood at such a young age. She has been acting since the age of four, being featured in a Life cereal commercial. King’s first appearance on film came at the age of six.

Most child actors and actresses fizzle out, but King has been able to find the roles that fit her best, and has maintained her relevancy in Hollywood. She’s been seen in family comedies, action films, and dramas. All of these different genres do a great job of showing off her range and versatility.

At such an early point in her career, King has already received praise from numerous critics and festivals such as, the Gotham Awards, Canadian Filmmakers Festival, and the Vancouver Film Festival. And as a 16-year-old there is no question she will add many awards and accolades for herself.

It’s no surprise critics love King. She will do whatever it takes to make a role her own. That includes shaving off her hair to play a staring role in Wish You Were Here, and a supporting role in the Dark Knight Rises. It’s pretty easy to see she’s already well beyond her years, and is passionate about acting.

It’s that kind of dedication and drive that make King so special. She’s still very young, but is also incredibly talented. Hopefully Independence Day: Resurgence opens up more opportunities for her in the future, and she can rise up the Hollywood ranks.

Source: theinscribermag
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Courtney Love and Joey King will star as mother and daughter in the coming-of-age movie drama “The Possibility of Fireflies.”

Deborah Chow (“The High Cost of Living”) is directing from a screenplay written by Dominique Paul, the author of the original novel. Filming is set to begin this summer in Canada.

Producers are Amy Green, Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida of ARC49 Entertainment. Epic Pictures is launching international sales at the Cannes Film Festival and UTA Independent Film Group will be representing the film domestically.

The story takes place during the summer of 1989 in suburban Maryland and follows a precocious teenager with dreams of becoming a writer who must cope with her chaotic, self destructive mother and a volatile metal-head sister. When she falls in love with her older neighbor, she finds herself caught in the alluring undertow of reckless rock n’ roll freedom.

We’re so thrilled to secure such an incredibly talented duo in Joey King and Courtney Love to lead this cast,” Chow said. “Joey has proven herself to be one of the most talented young actresses working today, and as an iconic rock musician, who is also a versatile and fearless actress, Courtney is the perfect fit for this music-infused story.

Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk will team up with music producer and composer BT for the ’80s-themed soundtrack. BT will also compose the original score for the film.

Love’s acting credits include “The People vs. Larry Flynt,” “Sid and Nancy” and “Man on the Moon,” as well as the television series “Sons of Anarchy” and “Empire.” King’s credits include “Ramona and Beezus,” “White House Down,” “Wish You Were Here” and the upcoming “Independence Day: Resurgence.”

Love is represented by UTA, and King is repped by UTA and Industry Entertainment