The Biggest Fan

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The Biggest Fan
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Directed by Michael Criscione
Michael Meyer
Cinematography Wes Llewellyn
Release dates
2002
Language English

The Biggest Fan is a film based around the band Dream Street (Chris Trousdale, Jesse McCartney, Matt Ballinger, Frankie J. Galasso and Greg Raposo). The main characters are Chris Trousdale (playing himself) and his "Biggest Fan" Debbie Worden (played by newcomer Kaila Amariah). It was made in 2002 just before the band split; however, the film's release was postponed pending the outcome of a lawsuit between some of the band members and the band's management. Chris Trousdale is prominently featured in the film, while the other Dream Street members have cameo roles in the beginning and the end of the film. In late 2002- early 2003, Chris Trousdale promoted this film by performing and showing the film at his concerts. After almost three years since filming for the film was complete, The Biggest Fan was finally released on DVD on May 18, 2005 (USA/Canada) and in 2007 (Australia). The soundtrack on the other hand was released by Edel.

Cast[edit]

Famous actors who appeared in the movie include:

Plot[edit]

Debbie's favorite band is Dream Street, and her favorite member is Chris Trousdale. When Chris gets a fever while travelling on the Dream Street tour, in a haze, he strays away and ends up in Debbie's bed, much to the shock of his "Biggest Fan," who thinks she's in heaven. Debbie proposes that Chris stay with her and he agrees. So, over the week they spend time together and she secretly hides him so he can escape the pressures of being a pop star for a little while. Chris even attends high school with Debbie, while disguised as a nerd. Meanwhile, the band's managers are going crazy at the loss of the star, thinking he has been kidnapped. At the end of the week Debbie and Chris (in disguise) go to her high school prom where two jealous popular girls figure out Chris's true identity and tell the police about Chris's whereabouts, splitting him and Debbie up. They are eventually reunited on stage at a concert, ending in a sweet, final kiss and a performance by Dream Street.

Soundtrack[edit]

All songs performed by Dream Street, except where noted.
  1. "It Happens Every Time" (Dance Remix)
  2. "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" (performed by Play featuring Chris Trousdale)
  3. "I Miss You"
  4. "Run Away" (performed by Ruby Blue)
  5. "You're Taking Me Over"
  6. "With All My Heart"
  7. "I Say Yeah" (new version)
  8. "Fallen for You" (performed Ruby Blue)
  9. "That's What Girls Do" (performed by Ruby Blue)
  10. "This Time" (acoustic version)
  11. "Jennifer Goodbye" (new version)

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