Adam Levine to star in new comedy film, 'The Clapper'
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It has been confirmed by numerous sources on Tuesday (June 7) that Maroon 5 vocalist Adam Levine will be starring in the indie comedy film, The Clapper. The indie comedy is set to go in production later this year and will be released in 2017.
The Clapper has a star-studded cast line-up including Amanda Seyfried, Tracy Morgan, Russell Peters, Ed Helms, Leah Remini, P.J. Byrne and Mickey Gouch, Jr. The film was written and directed by Dito Montiel from his own book of the same name and focusses on an expert clapper for infomercials who gets noticed by a late-night talk show host. The professional clapper’s appearance on the show ends up costing him his job as well as his relationship.
Levine will pursue the role of the character Ralph Ranter, a film producer for the late night show that will eventually ruin the clapper's life.
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Adam Levine has previously pursued his acting career. Levine portrayed the character Dave Kohl, a musician who ends up making it big in the music industry while leaving ex-girlfriend Gretta James, portrayed by Keira Knightley, in the dust. Levine has pursued acting for the television shows 30 Rock, American Horror Story: Asylum, and is also most famously known as a coach on NBC's The Voice since 2011.
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