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Internet star Andrew Bachelor joins ‘The Babysitter’ cast

Andrew Bachelor is heading to the big-screen, joining the cast of the upcoming horror comedy "The Babysitter".

By: PTI | Los Angeles |
October 27, 2015 2:27:20 pm
Andrew Bachelor, The Babysitter, The Babysitter Cast, Andrew Bachelor In The Babysitter, Andrew Bachelor Babysitter, Joseph McGinty, Robbie Amell, Entertainment news Joseph McGinty ‘McG’ Nichol is directing the project, which follows a young boy and his babysitter on a night where things go very wrong, with the boy learning a few lessons about life, love and murder along the way. (Source: Reuters)

Internet star Andrew Bachelor, who as KingBach is the most followed person on Vine, is heading to the big-screen, joining the cast of the upcoming horror comedy “The Babysitter”.

Judah Lewis and Samara Weaving are starring in the New Line project, said The Hollywood Reporter.

Joseph McGinty ‘McG’ Nichol is directing the project, which follows a young boy and his babysitter on a night where things go very wrong, with the boy learning a few lessons about life, love and murder along the way.

Lewis, the breakout star of Jean-Marc Vallee’s “Demolition”, will play the boy and Australian newcomer Samara Weaving will play the babysitter.

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“The Flash” actor Robbie Amell is also on board.

Character details for Bachelor are being kept locked.

McG will produce via his Wonderland Sound & Vision along with the company’s president, Mary Viola. The movie is slated to begin production later this fall.

Bachelor, 27, writes, directs and produces his material. He also has his own YouTube channel, King Bachelor’s Pad.

His swift rise to popularity has garnered him ink form outlets ranging from New York Magazine to Fast Company.

The performer has appeared numerous time on TV and in features. He recurred on Showtime’s “House of Lies” and Fox TV’s “The Mindy Project” and can be seen on Aaron McGruder’s new critically acclaimed Adult Swim comedy series, “Black Jesus”.

He appeared as a fictional version of himself in the 2015 film “We Are Your Friends”.

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