[08/04/16 - 08:35 AM] Video: Netflix Releases Official Trailer for XOXO The film follows six strangers whose lives collide in one frenetic, dream-chasing, hopelessly romantic night.
[via press release from Netflix]
NETFLIX RELEASES OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR XOXO
THE ULTIMATE SUMMER PARTY MOVIE FEATURING SARAH HYLAND LAUNCHES GLOBALLY ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 26TH
OFFICIAL 16-TRACK XOXO SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER TOMORROW ALONGSIDE NEW TRACK FROM GALANTIS AND EAST & YOUNG
XOXO is an ensemble, coming-of-age movie about a group of early 20-somethings on a crazy adventure to the biggest EDM festival in America, XOXO. The film follows six strangers whose lives collide in one frenetic, dream-chasing, hopelessly romantic night. At the center is Ethan, a young DJ who gets a last minute slot to perform after his tracks go viral online days before the festival. This is a huge opportunity... if he can just make it there in one piece. XOXO will launch globally on Netflix on August 26, 2016.
The film stars Sarah Hyland (Modern Family), Graham Phillips (The Good Wife), Brett DelBuono, Chris D'Elia (Undateable), Haley Kiyoko (Jem & The Holograms), Colin Woodell (Masters of Sex), Ryan Hansen (Party Down, 2 Broke Girls), Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-0) and Ione Skye (Say Anything). XOXO is directed by Christopher Louie and written by Dylan Meyer. Max Leitman, Joe Russell p.g.a., Christopher Louie p.g.a., Pete Tong, and Dan Shafer serve as producers. Pete Tong also serves as Music Supervisor.
As an early treat, check out the first track off the official 16-track XOXO Soundtrack a new song from Grammy nominated electronic duo Galantis and East & Young called "Make Me Feel" (http://smarturl.it/MakeMeFeelYT). This track is available for download tomorrow alongside the pre-order for the soundtrack (http://smarturl.it/MakeMeFeeliTunes) arriving globally via Big Beat Records alongside the film release on August 26th.
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