We were first introduced to Sophia Hammons in The Social Dilemma, but we are excited to hear she will be working with Malachi Barton and Christian J. Simon in the upcoming remake of a Halloween classic, Under Wraps. These friends will wake up a mummy and must return him to his resting place before the end of Halloween, but there are some criminals that are looking to make some money on selling this mummy, so they will have to evade them to help their mummy friend.
Under Wraps is going to be all about the friends and looking at the casting we are excited to see Hammons as Amy, Malachi as Marshall and Christian as Gilbert. This should be just the start of what we will see from Hammons as it seems like she is going to really take off if this does well. We are looking forward to another Disney movie, and we are always happy to see them when they are wrapped around a specific holiday.
“Under Wraps” (Friday, Oct. 1, 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT on Disney Channel) – The contemporary comedic remake of the 1997 Halloween classic of the same name follows three 12-year-old friends, Marshall, Gilbert and Amy. They happen upon and awaken a mummy, which they affectionately name Harold, and must rush to return him to his resting place before midnight on Halloween. Along the way, the team narrowly escapes a nefarious group of criminals intent on selling the mummy to the highest bidder. When Harold is inevitably captured, Marshall, Gilbert and Amy must band together to stand up to the criminals, face their fears and rescue their new—but rather “ancient”—friend. Starring is Malachi Barton as Marshall, Christian J. Simon as Gilbert, Sophia Hammons as Amy, Phil Wright as Harold, Melanie Brook as Buzzy, Brent Stait as Kubot, Jordana Largy as Diane, Jaime M. Callica as Ted and Karin Konoval as Ravensworth. Produced by MarVista Entertainment, “Under Wraps” is directed by Alex Zamm (R.L. Stine’s “The Haunting Hour: Don’t Think About It,” “Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2”) with Todd Y. Murata (“Sightless,” “Best. Worst. Weekend. Ever.”) and Fernando Szew (“Back of the Net,” “16 Wishes”) as executive producers for MarVista Entertainment. Based on the original movie written by Don Rhymer, the writing team of the remake is Zamm and William Robertson (“Inspector Gadget 2,” “Woody Woodpecker”).