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EXCLUSIVE: Danielle Campbell, who starred as Davina Claire for four seasons on CW’s The Originals, has joined first-time feature director Miranda Bailey’s comedy You Can Choose Your Family, from Imagine Entertainment and Cold Iron Pictures. The film, which is currently in production in New York, stars Jim Gaffigan along with Anna Gunn, Samantha Mathis, Alex Karpovsky and Logan Miller.

The pic follows 17-year-old Philip (Miller) who, while on spring break, learns his overly protective father Frank (Gaffigan) is living a double life. Campbell plays Allison, a high school beauty and “It” girl of her senior class.

Glen Lakin wrote the screenplay, which was further developed by Bailey. Imagine’s Karen Kehela Sherwood and Cold Iron’s Amanda Marshall are producing with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer serving as exec producers.

Campbell, whose film credits include Race To Win and Madea’s Witness Protection, is repped by Cunningham Escott Slevin & Doherty and Primary Wave Entertainment.

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#‎SINS2016‬ is pleased to announce a new addition to our cast. Danielle Campbell will be joining us in the role of Ellie Reed. Recently wrapped as the lead in The Fine Brothers’ feature film “Text Me When It’s Over”, she previously starred as Davina in the hit television series THE ORIGINALS (CW), and is in starring roles in PRISON BREAK and MADEAS WITNESS PROTECTION. (x)


In “F*&% the Prom,” Maddy (Danielle Campbell, pictured above) and Cole (Joel Courtney) were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When Maddy finds herself suddenly single and heartbroken, she reconnects with Cole and the duo conspire to destroy the ultimate teen popularity contest — the prom.



According to their IMDB and Facebook page, Race to Redemption will now be titled Race to Win. The gallery has now been updated to reflect the title.

In the wake of a sudden heart attack, the untimely death of Gentry Rhodes (Luke Perry) leaves his loving family in turmoil in more ways than one. During the mourning of their father’s passing, the Rhodes family is approached by local businessman, Gregory Darden (Thomas Francis Murphy), a man owed a substantial debt by Gentry. Darden having longed for this beautiful horse ranch for quite some time plans to use this debt to finally get his hands on his coveted prize. Amid personal tragedy, the Rhodes family searches fruitlessly for a way to pay this massive debt.

With the weight of world on her shoulders, Hannah Rhodes (Danielle Campbell), the beautiful and talented daughter, has the idea of racing one of the family’s horses in the upcoming barrel racing championship. A problem arises as Hannah suffers from a lack of confidence with her father gone, vowing not to race without Gentry. As the struggles mount, Hannah’s memories and visions of her loving father guides her on a powerful journey. With renewed determination, Hannah decides to race for the family’s only chance at survival in this inspiring and spirited tale about overcoming obstacles and conquering your fears.