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David Arquette On Being A Part Of The Wacky 12 Hour Shift [Exclusive Interview]

David Arquette is part of the new thriller 12 Hour Shift. Not only as the character Jefferson, but also as producer. Jefferson, the obscure prisoner inmate is checked in to witness a mad 12 Hour Shift.


Here’s the synopsis of the film:

Over the course of one night in 1998 at an Arkansas hospital, a junkie nurse (Angelia Bettis), her scheming cousin (Chloe Farnworth) and a group of black market organ-trading criminals get caught up in a heist gone wrong. 

Also Check Out: Chloe Farnworth Scrubs In For 12 Hour Shift [Exclusive Interview]

David Arquette is part of the known Arquette family of actors beginning with his paternal grandfather. Like most Arquettes he began his career at a young age. His major role was in 1992 when he played Luke Perry’s character best friend in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. However, his major hit was with the first Scream of the franchise. He has expanded his talent as a film director, producer, screenwriter, fashion designer to achieving a professional wrestler title. 

I had a fun Zoom conversation to discuss being a part of 12 Hour Shift. We talked about what inspired him to play his character and he complements Brea Grant and the leading ladies for their work.  Not to mention a little bit about the new anticipated film Scream.


12 Hour Shift available in theaters, drive-ins and on Demand

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Source: LRM Online Exclusive


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