Justice is represented by UTA and Jackoway Austen Tyerman Wertheimer Mandelbaum Morris Bernstein Trattner & Klein. Demos is repped by Innovative Artists and Untitled Entertainment, as well as Sophie Jermyn Management in Australia.” />
The project is produced by Robyn Snyder, Deborah Evans, Deborah Glover and Tracey Vieira. Tracey Robertson, Nathan Mayfield, Hackett, Galanoy and Fernando Szew serve as executive producers.
The as-yet-untitled movie will be directed by Stuart McDonald ("Summer Heights High," "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"), from a script by Elizabeth Hackett and Hilary Galanoy, who previously worked with Demos on 2019's "Falling Inn Love," which also starred Christina Milian.
“This project is a strong example of how our Production Attraction Strategy benefits Queensland’s local screen sector via exciting co-production arrangements for local businesses, such as Hoodlum Entertainment, one of the state’s most successful production companies." “This new Netflix film is the latest in a string of domestic and international productions continuing to fuel the state’s screen boom which is critical to our economic recovery,” Queensland's Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said announcing the partnership.
In addition to marking a return to Demos' native Australia, the studio notes that the film's production and post-production will be supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland’s Production Attraction Strategy. The project is estimated to create approximately 120 jobs for Queenslanders.
Both Justice and Demos have a history with the streamer, as Justice is next set to star in the Netflix movie "Afterlife of the Party" and Demos starred in the steamy drama "Sex/Life."
Palaszczuk continues: “Screen is a major industry in our state and my Government’s recently announced $71 million boost as part of our Economic Recovery Plan, including $53 million to the Production Attraction Strategy, will ensure that the current pipeline of production continues for years to come, for the benefit of our expert local cast and crew.”
television debut in seasons three and four of Lifetime's "UnReal." Demos shared similar breakout success, playing Brad Simon in "Sex/Life," alongside Sarah Shahi, Mike Vogel and Margaret Odette. But the actor, a native of Wollongong, Australia, landed his first lead role in Australia's ABC1 drama series “Janet King,” and played a journalist in the comedy "Cooped Up," before making his U.S.
wine-company exec who, in order to land a major client, travels to an Australian sheep station where she ends up working as a ranch hand and sparking with a rugged local. In the film, Justice stars as a hard-driving L.A.
Justice broke onto the Hollywood scene playing the title character in Nickelodeon's hit series "Victorious," from 2010-2013. Since then, the actor has starred in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" for Fox; the MTV series "Eye Candy;" director Joseph Cross' "Summer Night"; and the independent feature "Bigger," opposite Tyler Hoechlin and Julianne Hough, among of other film and TV projects. Justice also recently wrapped production on the independent feature "California King," opposite Jimmy Tatro and Travis “Taco” Bennett. Last year, the actor returned to her Nickelodeon roots to host the Kids Choice Awards as the show's first solo female host.
Victoria Justice and Adam Demos are teaming up for a new Netflix romcom, set to film on location in Queensland, Australia.

UTA Independent Film Group is handling worldwide sales on "California King."” />
Bombo’s Bob Potter will serve as executive producer on the film, which will begin principal production this summer in Utah. "California King" will be produced by Glickmania’s Jonathan Glickman and Dan Kagan alongside Vanishing Angle’s Matt Miller.
It co-stars Travis Bennett (“Dave”) and Jimmy Tatro (“Home Economics"). Victoria Justice and Joel McHale have joined the cast of "California King," a comedy that mixes together a story of friendship, mattresses and a kidnapping gone terribly wrong. The Glickmania, Bombo and Vanishing Angle film is the feature directorial and writing debut of Eli Stern.
Justice is repped by Jackoway Austen Tyerman Wertheimer Mandelbaum Morris Bernstein Trattner & Klein, and McHale is repped by Ziffren-Brittenham LLP. Both are repped by UTA.
Justice is best known for her role in the sitcom “Victorious” and will next be seen as the lead in Netflix’s “Afterlife of the Party.” McHale currently hosts the Fox game show “Crime Scene Kitchen" and stars in CW’s “Stargirl." He can next been seen in “Queenpins” alongside Kristen Bell. McHale is best known for starring in “Community” and hosting 12 seasons of E’s “The Soup”.
Vanishing Angle’s most recent feature, "Werewolves Within," based on the Ubisoft video game, debuted last month via IFC in 270 theaters. Glickmania’s upcoming slate includes the Aretha Franklin biopic "Respect," which stars Jennifer Hudson as the Queen of Soul and will premiere in theaters on August 13, as well as "The Addams Family 2," premiering October 2. Bob Potter’s Bombo Sports & Entertainment is a producer of more than 80 sports movies including "Beyond the Promised Land" chronicling David Beckham's career. "California King" is one of three narrative films that Bombo is producing and financing this year.

[Intro]
(Hello, Nickelodeon headquarters)
Hi, sorry to disturb you this late in the night
I have a serious inquiry directed toward Nickelodeon
My question is WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING?
You know y’all used to have some fire bitches
When I turn on the TV I’m trying to see my favorite bitches
Zoey101? Jennette McCurdy? Oh my God
And now all you got is these preteens
Bruh, I’m not a pedo
I’m not trying to look at these little kids and get aroused
Now I can’t watch Nickelodeon with my dick in my hand anymore
Now I’m fucking upset
This is some fucking bullshit

[Verse]
Dan Schneider
Bring all my bitches back
I need all my bitches, I need all my bitches
The new shit you put out is wack
Dan Schneider
I’m just trying to get an erection
But now that these kids looking 13 and under
My penis will suffer

Dan fucking Schneider (Schneider)
This ain’t a fucking game, bitch
I wanna watch a sitcom
With my hand on my dick
I wanna see a titty (titty)
Not fucking kid shit
Return all the hot chicks
Or you gon get it bitch

ICarly, iCarly
I don’t care if you look like Michael Jackson
As long as you giving me action
And Freddy gon’ film the reaction
Sam gonna join in
And suck me a fat one
Nickelodeon girls
Can’t live without ’em (whew)

Ariana Grande
I know I drive a Hyundai
I can put you in a coma
Have brunch on a Sunday (fancy)
My dick put you in a coffin
All night screaming and tossing
Victoria Justice
I know you tryna touch this

Lizzie McGuire is tight
But I bet Zoey’s tighter
You can find me in her bed
Digging through that vaginer
Amanda Bynes, you a little bit crazy
But you can still have my babies (whew)
Go down like a dog with the rabies
Y’all can’t save me

Uh, a little bit of weed, hard liquor for the ladies
Got me feeling like a young Dan Schneider from the 80’s
With a Jewish law firm and an all black Mercedes
She playing with the balls like Brady (ay)
Fuck off with the shitty little kids with their stupid shit
I only wanna see the ones with a body fit
And I don’t want to be the one to be a little bitch about it
But I’m just saying what everybody is thinking (hahahahaha)
Where the titties at?
Dan Schneider why you ruining your business?
You realize I’d probably buy cable if you keep all the girls
And the ratings all stable
Cuz I ain’t tryin to see a young baby in the cradle
Cuz I’m not a pedophile
I’m not trying to see that shit (c’mon man)

The girls I have sexualized are all in their 20’s and 30’s
(Disclaimer!)
I’m not saying you should change all the bitches
But at least something after 10:30 (30!)

Dan Schneider
Bring all my bitches back
I need all my bitches, I need all my bitches
I need all my bitches back

I love you Dan Schneider, just please bring them back