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Three of YouTube‘s biggest names are reuniting for a second feature film, and this time they’ve brought on major distributor, Lionsgate.
After the success of Camp Takota in 2014, Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart will soon start pre-production for Dirty Thirty, their newest comedy film about a disastrous birthday party. The trio also revealed Thursday that they have decided to partner with Lionsgate for the distribution of their film. Helbig, Hart, and Hart explained their decision stemmed from the company’s willingness to take risks and support their creative vision, according to the Wrap.
The three stars also invited viewers to RSVP to the event and follow the process as it unfolds through the film’s website.
The production team for Dirty Thirty includes none other than Hart, Hart, and Helbig themselves, along with Michael Goldfine and Ken Treusch and Vincent Nastri as executive producers. Andrew Bush will be directing from a script written by Mamrie Hart and Molly Prather.
To express excitement for the project, Jordan Gilbert of Lionsgate said in a statement, “As we build out our original digital offerings, we continue to look for projects that fit Lionsgate’s brand as a leader in supplying the next generation of global content and ‘Dirty Thirty’ perfectly fits that mandate,” the Wrap reported.
“Grace, Mamrie, Hannah and the entire team have proven that they understand the digital audience and we are excited to be working with them on this long-form digital feature,” he said.
Dirty Thirty will start showing in 2016.
Screengrab via Dirty Thirty/YouTube
Sherry Tucci is a fandom reporter who specializes in Korean pop culture and anime. In addition to her work at the Daily Dot, her reporting has appeared in the Daily Texan.