Zoey Deutch, who is best known for her role in “Before I Fall,” and Dylan O’Brien, who is best known for his role on “Teen Wolf,” both star in the new movie “Not Okay,” which is available on Hulu.
According to the information provided by IMDB, the movie with the rating of R follows the story of a young lady in her 20s who “finds followers and fame when she poses as the victim of a devastating attack, but she soon discovers that online recognition comes with a horrible price.”
Quinn Shephard, best known for her roles in “Unaccompanied Minors” and “Blame,” is not only the writer but also the director and screenwriter of this film.
In the recently released movie, played by Zoey Deutch, the main heroine, Danni, pines away for fame and acclaim all throughout the movie, which begins with a disclaimer about “flashing lights, themes of trauma, and an unlikable female protagonist.”
With the help of the wonders of Photoshop, she pretends to go on a vacation to Paris in order to improve her presence on social media; however, her plan goes horribly awry when an assault takes place, and Danni lies that she was able to survive it.
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One of the main characters in this movie is played by O’Brien, who is most known for his roles as Stiles on the hit television program “Teen Wolf” and Thomas in the film adaptations of “The Maze Runner.”
However, in this movie, O’Brien portrays an entirely different person. O’Brien portrays the role of Colin, a social media influencer who has bleached blond hair, is covered in tattoos all over his arms, and frequently carries his vape pen with him.
From the very first conversation I had with Quinn early on, I was just like, ‘I want to go full on, just like full tats, bleach the hair,’ and she was completely game for all of that, he told ET.
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From the very first conversation I had with Quinn early on, I was just like, I want to go full on, just like full tats, bleach the hair Fans have also wondered aloud whether O’Brien will reprise his role of Stiles in the future installment of the “Teen Wolf” film franchise.
Fans have not given up hope that O’Brien will appear in the new film despite the fact that he has not been seen in any of the trailers for the film and has previously shot down reports that he will reprise his role.
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During the course of the press for “Again, he dispelled the allegations by declaring, “Not Okay,” and adding, “I don’t think there’s any truth to that rumor.” Everything I’ve just said is absolutely true.”
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