Therefore, it’s probably best that people like Justin Timberlake are too successful to have time for nonsense like this. And if it ends up bringing some laughs to children of the 90s along the way, then no harm, no foul. Don’t let the date fool you (no pun intended), because this movie is very real, and it’s coming next month.Frankly, I’m a little disappointed that they didn’t get anybody from LFO involved.More than likely, if we get too many of these old boy band members together, we’re bound to open up some kind of portal to hell.will feature 13 gay men living in the same house and competing to win the heart of what Logo calls "one of the nation's most eligible gay heartthrobs." The identities of the suitors and the bachelor have not yet been announced, though production has begun.“Logo has a long history of showcasing LGBTQ-focused stories with memorable characters that transcend pop culture,” said Pamela Post, senior vp original programming at Logo.They’re joined by the lesser celebrated NSYNC members Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick, ready to say bye bye bye to some of the walking dead.As for the boy bands people care even less about nowadays, O-Town’s Erik-Michael Estrada, Jacob Underwood, Trevor Penick, and Dan Miller pick up some guns to fight the undead while Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees rounds out the boy band army of cowboys.
franchise, which has opted to not only jump the shark, but thrown them around in a bloody cyclone of nonsense.
And now they’re bringing some nostalgic flare into the fray for their latest awful TV movie.
is a horror western that rounds up the fallen stars of 90s boy bands such as Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, 98 Degrees and O-Town and has them all facing off against a horde of zombies. It wouldn’t be a movie full of boy band members if we didn’t do a roll call for all the former MTV stars who will appear in the movie.
There’s the Backstreet Boys trio of Nick Carter, A. Mc Lean and Howie Dorough who want zombies to quit playing games with their brains.
“is produced by Brian Graden Media, with Graden exec producing alongside the company's Dave Mace, Fred Birckhead and Nick Murray.VH1 and Logo topper Chris Mc Carthy, Post and Stevenson Greene will oversee for Logo, while Jen Passovoy is set as producer.