3,2,1... Frankie Go Boom
|3,2,1... Frankie Go Boom|
|Directed by||Jordan Roberts|
|Produced by||Pavlina Hatoupis
Katayoun A. Marciano
|Screenplay by||Jordan Roberts|
|Music by||Matt Messina|
|Edited by||Michael Hofacre|
Ministry of Content
|Distributed by||Variance Films|
|Running time||89 minutes|
Two brothers (Charlie Hunnam and Chris O'Dowd) seek the help of a transgender hacker (Ron Perlman) in erasing all evidence of a sex tape from the internet before the unhinged movie star father (Chris Noth) of the girl involved (Lizzy Caplan) seeks violent revenge. Cast member Lizzy Caplan described the plot: "It's about a guy whose life has been ruined by a YouTube video that has gone viral and so he's been hiding out and he gets brought back into civilization (because he's been living in the middle of nowhere) by his really manipulative, horrible brother. And everybody in his life is sort of terrible [and it's about] how he deals with that."
- Charlie Hunnam as Frankie
- Chris O'Dowd as Bruce
- Lizzy Caplan as Lassie
- Nora Dunn as Karen
- Whitney Cummings as Claudia
- Ron Perlman as Phiyllis
- Chris Noth as Jack
- Sam Anderson as Chris
Filming began on the week of November 10, 2010.
Ron Perlman was offered two different roles in the film, but accepted the role of a transsexual character. He is quoted as saying "They offered me two different roles and I went for the transsexual because I felt like when the door opens and you see that it's me, it should get a 'Yuck!'"
The film currently holds a rating of 41% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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