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Shooting Stars (2023) Cast, Release Date Plot and Trailer

Shooting Stars (2023) Cast, Release Date Plot and Trailer

Shooting Stars cast: Dermot Mulroney, Wood Harris, Caleb McLaughlin. Shooting Stars Release Date: 2 June 2023 (Peacock). Shooting Stars Director: Chris Robinson. Shooting Stars is looking full of Biography, Drama, History, Sport. It is an adaptation of the book with a similar title written by James along with Buzz Bissinger, the film is directed by Emmy-nominated Chris Robinson. The film is set in the 90s. In the film, we meet a young LeBron James and three buddies.

Shooting Stars is an American Biography-Drama movie (2023). Dermot Mulroney, Wood Harris, and Caleb McLaughlin are the main cast of Shooting Stars (2023). Peacock has unveiled an official trailer of the film ‘Shooting stars A biographical drama focused on the inspiring birth story of NBA LeBron James, the NBA’s most famous player. It will become released through the North American platform on June 2.

The public views the incident as a slur, but the passion of the players is more important than all else. The new team coach the former coach of a disgraced college trying to get his life back and the team together with their teammates Romeo Travis and a former rival Romeo Travis, will face struggles not just on the courts, but also in everyday life in their pursuit to be national champions.

Shooting Stars Plot:

An examination of the early life of basketball superstar LeBron James. Film adapting LeBron James and Buzz Bissinger’s book “Shooting Stars.”.

Shooting Stars Detail:

Movie: Shooting Stars (2023)
Network: Peacock
Director: Chris Robinson
Writers: Frank E. Flowers, Tony Rettenmaier, Juel Taylor
Main Stars: Dermot Mulroney, Wood Harris, Caleb McLaughlin
Genres: Biography, Drama, History, Sport
Country: United States
Language: English
Release Date: 2 June 2023 (Peacock)
Filming locations: Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA
Also known As: Untitled LeBron James Project, Shooting Stars, Shooting Stars Peacock, Shooting Stars (2023)

Shooting Stars Cast:

Dermot Mulroney

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He is an American actor, director, and performer with an enviable career in the fields of television, film as well as theatre. He is known for his ability to play many characters and characters, he has earned himself the status of an admired actor in the world of entertainment. In his long professional career, Dermot Mulroney has earned the attention of critics for his performances and has earned numerous nominations for awards.

Mulroney’s acting journey began in the early 1980s, and he soon became famous for his talents and natural on-screen presence. He was in a number of films that included “Young Guns” (1988), “Longtime Companion” (1989), and “My Best Friends wedding” (1997) where Mulroney showcased his acting talents and ability to portray various kinds of characters.

Wood Harris As Dru Joyce

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He is an American actor well-known for his roles in the fields of television, film and theater. Wood has had a successful career and earned fame for his impressive performances and his ability to play complicated characters. Wood has been praised for his enthralling and engaging performances. Wood has received many nominations for awards and earned a loyal fan base due to his performance.

Harris’s first big role was in 2000 when he played the role of drug kingpin Avon Barksdale in the critically well-received HBO program “The Wire.” Harris’s portrayal of Barksdale who was a complex and brutal character, garnered him a lot of recognition and made him known as a skilled actor. “The Wire” was a highly-acclaimed TV show, Harris’s performance was a major factor in the series’ success and its cult.

Caleb McLaughlin As Lil Dru

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He is an American actor who is known for his breakout role as Lucas Sinclair in the popular Netflix series “Stranger Things.” McLaughlin has been recognized for his talents as a mature, mature, able to give the characters life even at an early age. McLaughlin’s acting career started in the theater and he was a part of numerous stage productions.

McLaughlin got the role of Lucas Sinclair in the critically well-received science fiction series “Stranger Things.” The show became a huge success and McLaughlin’s performance as a member of the core group of characters fighting supernatural powers in the fictional city in Hawkins, Indiana, earned him acclaim throughout the world. The character he played, Lucas who was faithful as well as a quick-to-think character demonstrated his acting skills and ability to convey complicated emotions.

Other Supporting Cast of Shooting Stars:

LeBron James
Algee Smith
Natalie Paul
Brayden Cross As St. Vincent-St. Mary Basketball Player
Bryant Carroll As O’Brien
Stefan Johnson As Play-By-Play Announcer
Khalil Everage As Sian Cotton
Aubree Stone As St. Vincent Cheerleader
Laura Wimbels
Thomas W Wolf As Steve
Sterling Hurst As Jake’s Dad
Marquis Mookie Cook As LeBron James
William Wilmoth As St. Vincent Senior
Diane Howard As Carolyn Joyce
Katlyn Nichol
Michael J. Fisher As TV reporter
Adam Hicks As Scoreboard Tech
Drake Tobias As Jimmy Podeski
Loretta Chambers As Oak Hill Parent
Mark McNeil II As Malik
Rohn Thomas As Clair Mascara
Jon Solomon As Marlon
Lisa Coffey As Still photographer
Paul Worley As On court Sports Illusrated photographer
Sterling Henderson As Romeo Travis
Sam Hubbard As Coach Coop
Kamry Williams As Intern
Javion Allen As Jamal
Lexi Cowan As St. Vincent Student
Allen Michael Harris As Springhill Tenant
Avery Serell Wills Jr. As Willie McGee
Colin J. Lehman As Bus Passenger
Joey Ruffin As Cameraman Reporter
Steven Hemminger As High School Student
Malcolm Walters As Jermaine
Adam McGilvray As Angry Parent
Jim Cirner As Max Winter
Dave Edmonds As On Camera Reporter
Raymond L Henderson As Parent of teammate St V
Todd C. Adelman As OHSAA Arbiter
Denny Hazen As Sports Illustrated Producer
Bryant Bentley As Lee Cotton
Alyssa Alexsonshk As Sports Photographer
Catherine Collier As Sports Illustrated Staff
Lily Albanese As St. Vincent Cheerleader
Matt Perl As St. Vincent St. Mary Basketball Player
Ellen Kotzin As OHSAA Arbiter
Jett Howard As Carmelo Anthony
Michael J. Evans As Sports Illustrated Staff

The film’s story starts with a teacher who threatens to split”the “Fab Four” which is a group of boys moving to different schools in order to play basketball with the same team in a mostly black Catholic school. Although the “community is averse to it,” according to the synopsis, the boys overcame it by putting their hearts into each their fellow teammates, which is more important than any other thing.

Shooting Stars is an adaptation of the novel of the same name written by James as well as Pulitzer Prize winner Buzz Bissinger. The film is directed by Emmy-nominated Chris Robinson (Grown-ish) from the screenplay of Frank E. Flowers (Metro Manila), Tony Rettenmaier (Space Jam An Unfinished The Legacy) as well as Juel Taylor (Creed II). The film will showcase the debut performance of a five-star small forward from high school Marquis “Mookie” Cook as an early LeBron James.

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