The Backstreet Boys and NSYNC set aside their differences … for a zombie movie

14 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘It’s going to be epic’: See why Backstreet Boys, ‘NSYNC are joining forces.

Rest easy, ’90s boyband fans. Members of both boy bands will star in “Dead 7,” an upcoming movie from the producers of “Sharknado” that will see Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Joey Fatone saying “Bye Bye Bye” to zombie villains. The Backstreet Boys singer has created and co-written the movie, which he will also direct and star in, and he’s hoping to recruit the One Direction singer to play his sibling in the made-for-TV film. The Asylum, the production company behind the film, confirmed the news to via a press release Monday, after the project was announced at Comic-Con this weekend. “I’m so excited to have finally found the perfect partner to make my dream of producing, writing and acting in a movie come true,” Carter, who’ll helm the flick, said in the statement. “Now we are set to make a unique, badass movie full of surprises and action sure to make heads turn.

Carter took to on Sunday (12Jul15) to pitch the film offer, writing, “Ok @NiallOfficial I know we’re from different generations but… would you like to play my brother in this zombie movie with me?” While Horan has yet to respond to Carter’s tweet, the pop star has already recruited his bandmate A.J. OK, so not all of them will be uniting in this SyFy Channel zombie movie, Dead 7, which will star Backstreet Boys Nick Carter and AJ Mclean, and NSYNC’s Joey Fatone. The three boy band stars, along with Carter’s wife Lauren Kitt Carter, who is also acting in the movie, promoted the film for the first time at San Diego, California’s Comic-Con on Thursday (09Jul15).

The movie, being brought to unlife by Asylum, the same makers behind Sharknado, is a Western zombie apocalypse movie, following “a ragtag band of gunslingers who must rid a small town of a zombie plague in a post-apocalyptic West,” according to an Asylum press release.

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