James Maslow on His Romantic Lead in Stars Fell On Alabama [Exclusive Interview]

James Maslow
James Maslow in Stars Fell In Alabama

James Maslow is a heartthrob to his fans since the days of Big Time Rush.

To fans’ delight, Maslow was offered an opportunity to be in a romantic film Stars Fell On Alabama—he immediately jumped on it. Not only it was something different from his usual projects, it was a film he could relate to the character.

Stars Fell On Alabama follows a successful Hollywood agent Bryce Dixon as he returns to Alabama for the first time in 15 years for his high school reunion. When he learns he’s the only one of his friends who isn’t married with children, he convinces his client, starlet Madison Belle, to pretend to be his girlfriend. But he soon learns that success has different meanings, and romance may be closer than he thinks.

The film also stars Ciara Hanna (Devil’s Revenge, Power Rangers Megaforce), Zebedee Row (Ghost in the Graveyard), and American Idol Taylor Hicks. V.W. Scheich directed the film from a script written by Robert Windom.

Also, the film features new music from Hicks, which is released today in tandem with the movie.

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LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with James Maslow on his attraction and role for this romantic film. We talked about the South, flag football, country line dancing, and even a possibility of a reunion for Big Time Rush.

James Maslow is an American actor and singer. He played James Diamond on Nickelodeon series Big Time Rush and a former member of that boyband. Also, he starred in Sony Crackle’s original series Sequestered. In 2014, he competed on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars that earned him fourth place. Maslow was cast as one of the celebrity houseguests on the first American edition of Celebrity Big Brother in 2018, in which he finished sixth place. Most recently, he appeared in films such as My Boyfriend’s Meds, Bachelor Lions, and Room for Murder.

Stars Fell on Alabama releases today in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.

Watch the exclusive interview below. Let us know what you think.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Samuel Goldwyn Films

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