TriStar Pictures Lands Nsync Superfan Movie From Producers Lance Bass, Cindy Cowan (Exclusive)

Published on Feb 13, 2020

Sony label TriStar Pictures has acquired an untitled feature film about Nsync superfans who followed the boy band on tour in 2001, packed in a Winnebago bought with prize money from “The Price Is Right.”

Lance Bass, who first teased the project to Variety out of SXSW last year, is producing through his eponymous company along with Cindy Cowan.

Pitched as “Girls Trip” meets “Pitch Perfect,” the film is based on the true story of two best friends from Park City, Utah, who used game show earnings to buy a motor home and travel the U.S. to catch Bass and company — Justin Timberlake, Jc Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick — on their fourth and final national tour.

The project was preemptively brought in by TrisStar Pictures head Nicole Brown, from an original concept by Bass.

Bass made his producing debut with “The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story,” which

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Author: Matt Donnelly