On the Line Trailer

On the Line Trailer (2001)

26 October 2001 Drama, Comedy, Romance 85 mins

'N Sync heartthrobs Lance Bass and Joey Fatone stretch their thespian muscles in their acting debut. A young man (Bass) is smitten with a girl (Emmanuelle Chriqui) he meets on a subway train and spends the rest of the movie trying to reunite with her. The man's best friend (Fatone) helps him in his quest by wallpapering Chicago with posters and signs that soon become the talk of the town.

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Cast

Lance Bass

as Kevin Gibbons

James Bulliard

as Randy Francis

Al Green

as Himself

Tamala Jones

as Jackie

Richie Sambora

as Mick Silver

Dave Foley

as Higgins

Jerry Stiller

as Nathan

David Fraser

as Barret

Jenny Parsons

as Margie The Receptionist

GQ

as Eric

Crew

Eric Bross

Director

Michael Bernard

Michael Bernard Director of Photography

Andrew Jackness

Andrew Jackness Production Design

Brandt Gordon

Brandt Gordon Art Direction

Tricia Schneider

Tricia Schneider Set Decoration

Margaret Mohr

Margaret Mohr Costume Design

International Releases Dates

United States 26 October 2001

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