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Olivia Holt’s Girl Vs Monster Trailer
Disney Channel is preparing for their upcoming Halloween movie, Girl Vs Monster. It stars Olivia Holt, who plays a teen girl who has to try to save her parents from the monster’s hostage, despite of her new found fears. It shows off the humorous side of egos and people with severe anxiety, as well as providing a great story for Halloween. You can catch the actual premiere on October 12th, with repeats likely through out rest of October. It is part of their Monstober lineup in honor of Halloween. In the mean time, you can see Olivia kick some monster ego in the newly released teaser for the movie down below.
I am glad that they have a fun halloween film lined up this year. I feel like they missed the boat on that last year, which made me upset since I always loved what they have done with made for TV movies. I think they often are more family friendly than some of their theatrical releases have been as of recent. So I am excited to see it and to see if Olivia’s character can make it through the fight or if she will give into her fears.
How do you feel about the preview? Will it be a good movie or just a bore? I think it sounds interesting and something that should have been done a long time ago, if you ask be. But better late than never, so I won’t complain too much here. I just hope that it does well with viewers and that they start working hard to promote the movie now. I think that will be the key if Olivia’s movie does well or not. Promotion is key to everything and since no huge name is attached, I can see that they will need a decent amount of work to make it be successful in terms of viewership and DVD sales for later on.
article source-Disney InfoNet