Wednesday 3 June 2015

Introducing the Hot Young Cast of Project Almanac

Project Almanac is out on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD on 15th June and follows a brilliant high school student and his friends who discover blueprints for a machine that can send them back in time. Making the most of their new-found ability to time-travel the friendship group can live the high life that most ordinary teenagers can only dream about. The film features an outstanding hot young cast led by Johnny Weston as David Raskin and the stunning Sofia Black D’Elia as Jessie Pierce. Despite still climbing to the peak of their acting careers their resumes boast incredible credits. To celebrate the release of the film let us introduce you to the hot young cast...  

Johnny Weston

Johnny Weston was born in South Carolina and decided to pursue acting when he took a theatre class at South Carolina’s University only to discover that he loved it. Since undertaking his career he has performed in numerous films such as Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You (2011), John Dies at the End (2012), Under the Bed (2012), Sugar (2013) and he starred as Jay Moriarty in Chasing Mavericks (2013). His career has gone from strength to strength as in 2015 alone he starred as David Raskin in Project Almanac as well as performing in Taken 3 and Insurgent.

Sofia Black D’Elia

Sofia Black D’Elia grew up in northern New Jersey with her parents and older brother Kyle. Before she even graduated high school she had landed her first acting role in All My Children in 1991. Soon after she began to study and craft her acting skills at The Williams Esper Studio. She is known for her role as Tea in Skins in 2011 and Natasha “Sage” Spence in Gossip Girl in 2012. She has also performed in Betrayal as Jules and The Messengers as Erin and her most recent role has been starring in Project Almanac as the gorgeous Jessie Pierce.  

Sam Lerner

Sam Lerner managed to bag his way into showbiz at the age of nine, after a chance meeting with two actresses at a family party. This led to being introduced to Susan Curtis a respected Hollywood talent manager and the rest is history. He performed in various TV shows such as Malcolm in the Middle and Two and a Half Men before getting his first movie role in Envy in 2004. He went on to perform in many other projects including playing Chowder in the film Monster House and his recurring role on the ABC show The Goldbergs. His most recent work has been playing Quinn Goldberg in Project Almanac.  

Allen Evangelista

Allen was born in Los Angeles and performed in numerous commercials such as America Online, MTV, Time Warner Cable and Domino’s before gaining roles on ABC’s Once and Again and Alias. This all led to his lead role in Mozart and the Whale with Josh Hartnett and he was soon to become a regular guest on Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101 in 2001. He is better known for his role as Henry Miller in The Secret Life of An American Teenager which ran for 81 episodes between 2008-2013. His latest role has been playing Adam Le in Project Almanac.

Virginia Gardner

Virginia Gardner also known as Ginny Gardner was born in California and moved to LA with her mother to pursue her acting career when she was 16. After gaining parts in the TV shows Hart of Dixie and Lab Rats and moving into modelling work for a year, she successfully auditioned for Glee landing the role of Kate in two episodes. Since then she has performed as Lexy Bloom in The Goldbergs and played the role of Emily in Good Kids. Her first lead role was playing the stunning Christina Raskin in Project Almanac.

In Project Almanac the friendship group get to rewrite history and do what normal students can only dream of; win the lottery, ace exams, and party like there’s no tomorrow. However, their fun times cannot last forever as they come realise that by changing the past, they have threatened the future. They discover they must travel back in time to make sure they never invent the time machine in the first place. Can they undo the damage they have unleashed before it’s too late?

Find out for yourselves when Project Almanac materialises on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD on 15th June.