Originally stated to premiere in Early 2016, but was held back to release in Summer of that year as part of Disney Channel Sounds of Summer, probably since there were no Other DCOMs planned to release in that time, and that it was the 100th DCOM, that would be worth celebrating. Despite the Filming taking place from March-April of 2015, over a year before it's premiere, when Sofia Carson and Sabrina Carpenter were 21 and 15 respectively (they were then 23 and 17 on the Premiere Date respectively). See more »
When everyone is looking at Lola's photos in the closing scene, the final pic is of Trey washing Lady Marmalade being viewed by a shocked Helen Anderson. Lola gave her camera to the security guard at the concert, so she would not have been able to take that picture, nor would it have been on the memory card she was transferring the pictures from. See more »
I have to admit that I didn't hold real high expectations of this movie from the first time I saw they had done it. I rarely enjoy re-makes of movies. While this movie did give it a new spin kind of, I thought that the script itself really wasn't very good. I gave this movie a 6 out of 10 mostly because the actors in the film did a good job, they just unfortunately didn't have a good script.
I also have to admit that I had to watch the original movie after watching this one, because there were a few things that were in the new one that I didn't remember were in the old one.
I don't like to make negative remarks about stuff, but this movie just wasn't that great. The original was definitely better in my opinion.
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