Jem and the Holograms Movie Handbook by Howie DewinEvery generation has a voice. Want to find out who you really are - and who you really want to be?
Were Jerrica, Aja, Kimber, and Shana - a.k.a. Jem and the Holograms.
Inside this book, we took turns learning and sharing stuff about ourselves.
And now were going to help you do the same!
So what are you waiting for? Your life is out there!
** Packed with 64 pages of pictures from the movie, plus a pullout poster!**
Jem and the Holograms
It was about Jerrica Benton, a young woman who inherits a record company from her father and decides to use it, and the giant computer in the basement, to become a secret rock star with her three sisters using a futuristic system that projected a hologram of her alternate persona, Jem, right on top of her. It was not that. Since nearly no one saw this movie, and since I have THOUGHTS about it 53 of them, and that's with some well-placed self-control , we decided to give this film the Deja View treatment to see where they went wrong. We meet Jerrica as she's vlogging about self-identity and the way we hide behind the curated personas we have online, which is actually a good thesis statement for a serious approach to the main conceit of Jem. We will come back to this because it does not pay off.
Drummer of The Holograms. Bailey adoptive mother Jerrica foster sister Kimber foster sister Aja foster sister. Aurora Perrineau Wynter Perrineau young Shana. Jem and the Holograms film. Shana is a character in the musical, fantasy, adventure film, Jem and the Holograms. She is the drummer of The Holograms and is loosely based on the character of the same name from the original '80s animated series, Jem.
Sign in. We gaze into our crystal ball to look at seven Toronto International Film Festival titles to watch for come awards season. Watch the video. Title: Jem and the Holograms Jerrica Benton is secretly the leader of the glamorous and exciting music group, Jem and the Holograms.
Jem and the Holograms is a American musical fantasy comedy-drama film produced and directed by Jon M. Borrowing elements from the s animated television series Jem by Christy Marx , the film was produced by Hasbro Studios and Blumhouse Productions. Chu's interest in developing a film adaptation of Jem is based on having grown up watching the original animated series with his sisters. The four girls frequently videotape themselves playing music and wearing colorful '80s outfits just for fun, but Jerrica is too shy to sing on camera. Jerrica learns one day that due to Aunt Bailey's financial problems their house will be auctioned. She vents her emotions by recording a song with the video camera Kimber uses to post blogs.
Bass guitarist, backup vocalist, and original drummer of The Holograms. Cindy McGee. Shana Elmsford is the backup vocalist, bass guitarist and former drummer of Jem and The Holograms. She is a foster sister of Jerrica , Kimber and Aja. Shana Elmsford is African-American. She has purple, curly hair that sticks out on the sides. Her original outfit is a purple dress, an oversized, silver jacket and white heels.