, out on DVD January 24, tells the story of Eddie "Gonzo" Gilman who starts an underground movement to give a voice to anyone who feels like an outcast.Gonzo's archenemy is Gavin Reilly, played by Jesse Mc Cartney.I was a part of a lot of different activities outside of school.17: How would you classify yourself in high school? As a baseball guy, I was friends with all the jocks, but I also love music and theater, so I was friends with all the drama kids as well.17: What's your favorite thing about him? JM: What I loved about Gavin in particular and what you don't see in most high school, teenage movies is that he's very smart, and though he is the jock and he's a bit of a wise ass and he's very cocky, he's also very smart, and it allows him to be that way because he can kind of talk himself out of anything, and you don't really see that a lot in a typical high school film, and I think it was a cool addition to the character.
Perhaps it's the stress of a reunion show that brings all the confessions to the surface.
I think that's what makes the battle between the protagonist and the antagonist so captivating for the audience.17: I feel like the core of the movie is feeling like you don't belong or feeling less than on some level. Given that I was spending a lot of my time outside school working on a career, which a lot of people didn't really agree with.
At a certain point at that age, you start to question yourself, like "Is this really what I should be doing?
I’ve never met him; he seems like the coolest person ever, but I’m not him.” Colton joked when he got the role in , “I got offered …
It’s just a funny thing—people will have conversations with me as if I’m Jesse Mc Cartney.