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, Skyler Samuels, Mark Boone Junior and Nia Vardalos are starring in coming-of-age comedy ‘Helicopter Mom,’ reports Variety.
Filming started in Los Angeles last week with shooting planned for Santa Monica and the Venice Beach boardwalk Disney Channel announced that Good Luck, Charlie has been canceled after its fourth season: ‘It’s been our great pleasure to work with the extraordinary producers Phil Baker, Drew Vaupen and Dan Staley and the writers and crew of Good Luck Charlie.We could not have dreamt of a better cast than Bridgit Mendler, Jason Dolley, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico and Eric Allan Kramer (and even little Logan Moreau as Baby Toby!) and the many guest stars who make the series so special..We look forward to the big finale episode the creative team is planning.’ New episode to air through early 2014. Hannelius, Blake Michael, Jason Dolley, Laverne Cox, Derek Hough, Mia Talerico, Troian Bellisario, Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed attended 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards held at the The Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California on August 16, 2014. Oh, how far we’ve come from the dark days of rampant homophobia. Movie trailer for Jason Dolley’s new movie ‘Helicopter Mom’.
But teenager Lloyd Cooper (Jason Dolley) may think society, or at least his mother, has progressed a bit too far on this topic.Lloyd’s mom Maggie (a hilarious Nia Vardalos) says she would not only accept a gay son, she actively encourages it, as it would be ‘really cool’ to have one.In fact, Maggie becomes so convinced that Lloyd himself is gay that she ‘outs’ him to his entire high school.Like any good ‘helicopter mom,’ who hovers over every aspect of her children’s lives, Maggie takes control of Lloyd’s social life, setting Lloyd up on dates with boys whom she has approved and filing for a gay student college scholarship.There’s just one wrench in her grand plans: Lloyd doesn’t even know whether he’s gay or not.But the mother is willing to accept her son for who he is—or at least who she thinks he is.