More Counted in "Revenge of the Nerds" Scheme



Kristin Cavallari and three other actors are set to star in Fox Atomic's "Revenge of the Nerds."

Following the inclusion of Katie Cassidy, more names are coming down to fill in the roles remaining in "Revenge of the Nerds." Variety has learned that Kristin Cavallari, Dan Byrd, Christopher Marquette, and Efren Ramirez have all agreed to join the cast of this remake project of the 1984 cult comedy of the same title.

Developed under Fox Atomic banner, the picture features Kyle Newman at helm with Adam F. Goldberg, Adam Jay Epstein, and Andrew Jacobson penning the script. Shooting will start next week with "Charlie's Angels" director McG serving as producer alongside his Wonderland Sound & Vision partner David Manpearl.

Cavallari, known for her appearance on MTV reality show "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County", is last seen showing up on an episode of "Veronica Mars" while Byrd in horror flick "The Hills Have Eyes" and Marquette in "Alpha Dog." As for Ramirez, the guy next can be spotted in "Employee of the Month" which will open in theaters this Friday, October 6.

© AceShowbiz.com


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