Weekend Double Feature: Tween Time

Fancast Weekend Double Feature

In theaters this weekend are a couple of movies that are decidedly for ages 18 and up, so the Fancast Weekend Double Feature is aimed squarely at the tween scene. The first film is a touching drama called The Dust Factory, which stars a young Hayden Panettiere (the Heroes regular who happens to star in this weekend’s I Love You Beth Cooper as a high school graduate), and the second feature is Sleepover, which stars beloved Spy Kid Alexa Vega having a blast with her best friends at a slumber party.

Check out the Fancast Weekend Double Feature after the jump!

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The Dust Factory
Hayden Panettiere was around before Heroes, you know. Here, we get to see her as a young girl named Melanie Lewis, precocious and a little mysterious, who comes into the life of a sad 13-year-old boy named Ryan Flynn (Ryan Kelley), who hasn’t spoken since he saw his father die when he was nine. After suffering a near-fatal accident himself, he finds himself in a fantasy world called The Dust Factory, and once he meets Melanie there, the two of them find a love that helps them both face their fears and overcome the challenges of their lives.

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After all that heavy drama, it’s time to kick back and have fun. Four best friends – Julie (Alexa Vega), Hannah (Mika Boorem), Yancy (Kalli Flynn Childress), and Farrah (Scout Taylor-Compton) – have a crazy slumber party that is more than just girl-talk and sleeping bags. They wind up having a crazy night featuring an elaborate scavenger hunts that pits them against the popular girls in school, and in the process they learn a lot about themselves during teenage rites of passage. Also featuring appearances by Steve Carell, Jane Lynch, Sam Huntington, Sean Faris and Summer Glau.

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