First Look: Publicity Stills for Disney Channel Original Movie ‘Avalon High’

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Disney Channel has shared with us these publicity stills of the cast from its upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie Avalon High, based on the book by Meg Cabot.

In Avalon High, Allie is ecstatic when her parents, traveling professors who specialize in King Arthur’s legend, tell her she will be staying at Avalon High until she graduates.  She can finally join the track team, make new friends and be a normal high school student. But shortly after arriving, Allie discovers that something strange may be afoot.  While researching a term paper on King Arthur’s legacy, she begins to notice some interesting parallels between the past and the present – from handsome quarterback Will, his cheerleader girlfriend, Jen, and their best friend, Lance, to Will’s brooding step-brother, Marco, a quirky kid named Miles and football players who act like knights of the roundtable. The deeper Allie searches, the more convinced she is that her school is a contemporary Camelot, and it’s up to her to solve of the mystery of Avalon High before notorious traitor Mordred wins again.

Avalon High stars Molly Quinn as Jen, Devon Graye as Marco, Brittany Robertson as Allie Pennington, Steve Valentine as Mr Moore, Gregg Sulkin as Will Wagner, Christopher Tavarez as Lance Benwick and Joey Pollari as Miles.

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4 thoughts on “First Look: Publicity Stills for Disney Channel Original Movie ‘Avalon High’

  1. This is my favorite book of all time. I hope the movie doesn’t disappoint. I’ll be having high expectations.

  2. …. I hope the changes are as disappointing to you as they were to me :/
    Allie?! It was supposed to be Ellie… as in Elaine of Astolat… :(

  3. Movies are rarely 100% true to their book inspirations for many reasons.
    Although the name change seems trivial, Meg Cabot has addressed it recently
    on her blog and has said the change was made for a very good reason, so
    you’ll just have to wait and see.

    On Fri, 13 Aug 2010 17:09:21 -0000, “Disqus”

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