Actress Vanessa Hudgens will star in the film Big Rig, a project to be directed by Martha Stevens.
Vanessa Hudgens she will play a truck driver in the film Big Riga project that will also see her involved as executive producer.
The script of the feature film will instead be signed by Ryan Binaco and the start of filming is expected by the end of 2022.
In the film Big Rig, actress Vanessa Hudgens will play the part of a woman who, in a desperate attempt to financially support her family, becomes a trailer truck driver and has to make several trips across the United States.
Bertie takes the dramatic turn in her life and thus finds herself and freedom. Living in a small town in Tennessee, Bertie struggles to make money and finds himself grappling with most of her responsibilities as she and her husband Sonny try to support their three slightly unruly children. Bertie decides to take up the matter by secretly learning to drive a truck and she soon starts working, crossing the United States. Bertie is thrilled with the new sense of adventure and purpose she has found in her life, and her family life benefits as well. But as she Bertie makes new friends and accumulates miles of travel, she at the same time realizes against her that her life at her home is making it harder and harder to return as her relationship with Sonny begins to fall apart. . With these two sides of her life struggling to get her attention, Bertie must decide what to do.
Director Martha Stephens previously directed To the Stars and Land Ho !, both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
David Garrett of Mister Smith Entertainment said: “These are the kind of heart-warming, funny and sexy stories viewers are craving now and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have one of the coolest talents on the market, Vanessa Hudgens, partnering with us to bring this story to life. big screen“.
In addition to the High School Musical star, the production team will also include Claude Dal Farra and Brian Keady of BCDF Pictures in collaboration with Kelsey Law.