Actor Logan Miller is joining Paramount‘s upcoming Christopher Landon horror comedy Scouts vs. Zombies. Miller, whose credits include two seasons on Disney XD’s I’m in the Band, Cinedigm’s Night Moves and Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring, plays Carter, a class clown who yearns to get out of the scouts so he can join his place alongside the popular kids. After returning from a camping trip with his troop, he learns that his small town is under attack by zombies, and he’s forced to defend it with his fellow scouts. Scouts vs. Zombies is scheduled to start lensing in May. Logan is repped by Jennifer Patredis at Innovative Artists and Eric Skinner and Jeff Morrone at Intellectual Artists Management. Miller joins Tye Sheridan (Mud, Tree of Life) who plays the lead scout. Deadline reported exclusively in September that Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones director Landon became attached to Scouts vs. Zombies. The film is produced by Todd Garner and his Broken Road Productions, Andy Fickman and Betsy Sullenger of Oops Doughnuts, and Bryan Brucks and his Brucks Entertainment. Broken Road’s Sean Robins is exec producer.
Logan Miller Signs On To Paramount’s ‘Scouts vs. Zombies’
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