|My Scene Goes Hollywood: The Movie|
|Release dates||August 30, 2005|
|Running time||77 minutes|
|Animation Studio||Disney/Miramax Family Films|
|Film Series||My Scene Webisodes|
|Preceded by||My Scene: Masquerade Madness|
Cast and CharactersEdit
- Kathleen Barr as Madison
- Kelly Sheridan as Barbie
- Nicole Bouma as Chelsea
- Tegan Moss as Nolee
- Meghan Black as Delancey
- Saffron Henderson as Audra
- Terry Klassen as Jim
- Alessandro Juliani as River
- Shane Meier as Ellis
- Kirby Morrow as Hudson
- Mark Hildreth as Sutton
- Sam Vincent as Ryan
- Aden Hakimi as Paparazzi (uncredited)
- Ashleigh Ball as Kenzie
- Lindsay Lohan as Herself
- Harvey Weinstein as Himself
- Elissa Sursara as Herself (uncredited)
It's "Lights! Camera! Fashion!" for the My Scene girls when Barbie, Madison, Chelsea, Nolee and Delancey get a taste of the glamorous life in their first-ever feature film.
Conversations about shopping, fashions and cute boys are briefly interrupted when they stumble upon a big Hollywood production in New York City -- and get cast as extras in the film. Sure they look totally amazing in the cool costumes, but things really heat up when Madison gets picked from the crowd to fill in for one of the actresses. Now she's up there in the spotlight with a big movie star and a cute boy who's the hottest new actor in Hollywood. Will fame go to her head, or will she see through all the glitz and glamour and remember who her best friends forever really are?
Join the My Scene girls on the red carpet for the ultra-fabulous fun, sweet styles and behind-the-scenes thrills in MY SCENE GOES HOLLYWOOD!
Outside of The Dish, a coffee house the My Scene girls and boys meet up at, Barbie trips over a cable wire. A crew member tells the girls that the streets are roped off for a movie shoot, but they are still allowed to go into The Dish. When the girls go inside, it is very crowded and loud, to the point that they can't even hear themselves. Eventually, the girls find the boys once River waves at them. The reason The Dish is busy is because extras for the film being shot are congregating there until they are called. The movie will be filmed in New York for two weeks. The group wonders if they can watch it being filmed.
The girls want to watch, so they decide to go outside when everyone else begins leaving. The boys stay so they can get a better table, and because they doubt that the girls will get to meet any actresses. A woman named Audra orders the film extras to come on set, so Delancey lies to one of the film workers and the girls go onto the set as well. However, they all agree that they will not convince anyone any further without gym clothes, which is what all the other extras are wearing. Getting an idea, Chelsea has Delancey pull down a banner whilst she borrows a pair of scissors from an employee. Chelsea uses the banner, scissors, and a sewing kit she has in her bag to create makeshift blue and yellow gym uniforms.Once all changed, the girls are assigned positions by Audra. Audra tells Chelsea she has to be the "sweat girl" and mop up the floor so no one slips on sweat. The main stars of the film come on set and are revealed to be Lindsay Lohan and newcomer Ryan Ridley. Chelsea gets jealous and upset that she didn't get a good part. Barbie jokes and tells her they'll put her on the closing credits. They perform the scene in one take and Audra tells the extras to meet the crew at the Bridal Path in the morning. They have to be there by 6.00am. As the girls grab flyers, they express excitement at actually being in a movie.
The girls have a sleepover at Madison's house and set 20 alarm clocks to go off between 5:00 am and 5:15 am to ensure they wake up on time. Barbie finds a website about the movie that they are appearing in, Spy Society, and interviews with Lindsay. They all agree that Ryan is good-looking except for Chelsea, who is still disappointed about her role as "sweat girl". Nolee suggests that she try and get assigned a role first next time. As the girls discuss their thoughts on what Lindsay is really like, Nolee wonders if they could become best friends with her since they are not "Hollywood and snobby", and Barbie reveals that Lindsay isn't either; she is from New York, like them. The girls imagine their own scenarios of what being friends with Lindsay would be like and then they go to sleep.
In the morning, they go to the Bridal Path and some Italian tourists ask to be photographed with the girls. The girls then go to find Audra and are sent to wardrobe, where they get horse-riding costumes. They aren't really thrilled with the outfits but glad to be in the film all the same. The girls decide to tour the set and have fun until Audra catches them driving a golf cart. Audra orders the girls to wait with the other extras until they get called up. The girls wait for 4 hours and 15 minutes while two scenes are being filmed. They try to watch the scenes, but get told off for being noisy so instead they go to the costume trailer and try on different outfits. After that, they finally get called for a scene. Chelsea volunteers to block out the next scene, only to become "muck girl" to pick up the horse poop. The rest of the girls and the extras follow Audra to ride the horses for the next scene. During preparation, Audra informs the director, Jim, that one of the actresses, Samantha - who plays the movie's villain - broke her ankle while rollerblading to the set and cannot film her scenes. The crew cannot postpone the filming, as they will only be in New York for 2 weeks. Audra and Jim spot Madison riding and choose her as a replacement. She is thrilled, but worried.
After lunch, Madison goes to get her makeup done and get a new costume. As she talks to the girls about her role, the group meets Lindsay, who gives Madison some acting advice. Madison goes to film one of her scenes and messes up a few times, but eventually kisses Ryan. In Madison's new trailer, the girls happily chat about the kiss. Ryan comes to congratulate Madison and invites her out on a night out at the Buzz Lounge, a club.
The next night, Madison goes to the Buzz Lounge and the girls decide tag along to be "flies on the wall". Madison is having fun with Ryan and Lindsay until her friends approach. They inadvertently embarrass Madison by ogling Lindsay and pestering her with lots of questions. Madison distracts Lindsay by telling her to go to the dance floor to meet some friends while Madison and Ryan leave to go and meet some of his friends. Outside, Madison is upset over her friends' behavior, but Ryan assures that he and Lindsay don't blame her since "certain worlds don't mix". They get caught by paparazzi while leaving in a taxi.
The next morning, the girls wonder why Madison hadn't met up with them to walk to the set. Barbie calls her and learns Madison had her dad drive her. Confused as to why she didn't inform them earlier, they get going before they are late. The girls go to Madison's trailer and ask what happened between her and Ryan. However, Madison doesn't want to talk to her friends because they embarrassed her at the Buzz Lounge, so she doesn't properly answer any of their questions. Madison is reminded she needs to be on set in 10 minutes and asks the girls to leave so she can "go over some lines". Madison says she will see them at lunch but sits with Lindsay and Ryan instead. Lindsay notices the girls trying to get her attention but Madison ignores them. Taken aback, the girls decide to talk to Madison tonight.
Madison is getting ready for a night out when her friends show up with DVDs and her favorite pizzas as a surprise. Madison isn't enthusiastic to see them and reveals she already promised to meet with Ryan and some other actors for dinner. Nolee suggests they come with her, but Madison quickly makes excuses and claims Ryan already made a reservation. Barbie points out it feels like she is avoiding them but Madison denies it, trying to explain that she really likes Ryan and wants to hang out with him. Before they all leave, Barbie tells Madison the guys are throwing a wrap party for them this weekend. Madison promises to talk about everything with them tomorrow. Delancey is frustrated at being stonewalled by Madison yet again but Barbie decides to give her the benefit of doubt for now.The girls go to Madison's trailer the next morning, but she won't let them in because she is having a conversation with Lindsay, much to her friends' annoyance. When they wonder why they can't join, Madison simply says she will catch up with them later and closes the door on them. The girls grow more upset about Madison constantly blowing them off.
Madison begins to spend all her time with Ryan and Lindsay, which Barbie and the others read about in the newspapers. The boys initially mistake them being annoyed with Madison for jealousy but Barbie insists they were happy for their friend until she began to change. Chelsea reveals they haven't properly spoken to Madison since she got the role and Nolee explains how Madison refuses to even walk to the set with them. The boys promise the unofficial wrap party they are throwing will cheer the girls up. Barbie and Delancey rhetorically wonder if Madison will bother to show up.
Madison then arrives at The Dish, dressed up and acting like a typical diva whilst talking to Lindsay and Kenzie. When the group calls her over, Madison admires at the newspapers featuring her instead of talking to them. She is flattered at being "Ryan's beautiful mystery girl" and wonders if she should tell the media her name, but Delancey hints that no one actually cares. Madison reveals she can't go to the wrap party because she wants to spend time with Ryan before returns to LA. When River suggests she bring Ryan along, Madison voices her belief that the party isn't good enough for him but tries to cover it up by saying that she doesn't think they can make it. Madison then gets her drink from Kenzie and abruptly leaves.
The girls have now given up on Madison and Delancey believes they shouldn't care, but Barbie goes out to talk to her. The two have an argument as both feel it's hard to want to be each other's friends; the girls are tired of Madison always ditching them while Madison simply thinks they are jealous. Madison admits she finds her friends embarrassing since the night at the Buzz Lounge and feels they could ruin her blossoming relationship with Ryan. Barbie angrily accuses Madison of choosing her new celebrity friends over them. Taken aback, Madison tries to refute this by explaining she's choosing them both "separately". Unconvinced, Barbie storms off, heading back to The Dish.
The next day on set, everyone is preparing for the final day of filming. Feeling awkward over what happened yesterday, Madison tries to make conversation with the girls, but they want nothing to do with her. After filming the scene, Harvey Weinstein, the producer of Spy Society, congratulates Jim and personally praises Madison. As Lindsay goes to be interviewed, Madison talks to Ryan in private and asks if they can spend some time together before he leaves for LA. Ryan points out he will be busy with promotional work, but Madison insists there is no reason she shouldn't be allowed to come too, because "they'd let [him] bring [his] girlfriend". Ryan reveals he doesn't feel that way and becomes concerned that Madison thought she was his girlfriend. Shocked and embarrassed, she denies it. Relieved, Ryan states that while he enjoyed spending time with Madison, a relationship wouldn't work since soon, they wouldn't "be in the same orbit." When Ryan goes to be interviewed, Madison rushes home, crying. Lindsay, having overheard what happened, advises the girls to check in on Madison. They initially refuse, still angry with her. Annoyed, Lindsay reveals Madison confided in her about how close the girls are to her and states that despite what happened, she is still their friend.
The next night, a heartbroken and despondent Madison lays in bed, reflecting on the moments she seemingly shared with Ryan and how she grew increasingly indifferent towards her friends. After trying to call her several times, the girls eventually show up to talk to Madison in person. Madison apologizes for getting dazzled by Ryan and treating her best friends badly. She wishes to take back all she did in a heartbeat if possible. The girls forgive her and Barbie assures Madison that a couple bad weeks do not take away a lifetime of friendship. Delancey asks if she wants to come to the wrap party tonight and Madison happily agrees.Six months later, the girls have a spa day and get dressed up. The girls and boys take a limo to the premiere of Spy Society and walk down the red carpet with Lindsay. Ryan gets out of a limo soon after and approaches Lindsay and Madison. He secretly asks if they could "ditch the hangers-on" to watch the movie together. However, Lindsay and Madison have no desire to hang out with Ryan and go inside to watch the film with their best friends.
Charities and CompetitionsEdit
Habbo Hotel competitionEdit
Habbo Hotel UK teamed up with My Scene for a competition where they offered one Habbo Hotel guest the chance to win a bumper pack full of My Scene Goes Hollywood goodies, including a signed Lindsay Lohan doll, a My Scene Limo with a working hot tub, portable CD player, a glamorous dressing room, and loads of dolls with outfits. Also, you would get your own sparkly silver My Scene Save the Children wristband to show your support for the 60 million girls across the world that won’t get to go to school this year.
Save the Children charityEdit
On the My Scene website near the time of the release of the movie, Save the Children worked with My Scene; people could go to the My Scene website and get a wristband to support the cause and fund the work of the Save the Children organization. It was to help other girls around the world to school and give them an education. In London's Leicester Square, there were tickets to the My Scene Goes Hollywood: The Movie premiere and you needed to enter a number on the website to see if you had won exclusive tickets.
- "Find The Fun" by Leslie Mills
- "Lucky" by Leslie Mills
- "Starlight" by Leslie Mills
- "Feel Like L.A." by Leslie Mills
- "Playground" by Andrea Remanda
- "Dance 'til Dawn" by MIDIhead
- Of the three My Scene films, My Scene Goes Hollywood is the only one to be feature-length.
- The slogan for this movie is, "Lights, Camera, Fashion... Their First Feature Film!"
- In Europe, Madison's name is Westley. On descriptions of the film, she is called Westley, but in the film, she is called Madison.
- Alessandro Juliani's name is mispelled as Allesandro Juliani in the credits.
- Ryan Ridley, who is a popular movie actor in the My Scene universe, does not exist in real life.
- Lindsay Lohan and Harvey Weinstein starred as themselves in this film.
- When the movie was released, Disney Channel did a contest related to the film, Go Hollywood With Disney Channel Sweepstakes.
- A computer/PC game of the same name was produced. This is the second and final My Scene computer game to be made.
- This doll line, like Masquerade Madness, Night on the Town and Dressed to Impress, includes rooted eyelashes.
- This is the last My Scene movie.
- In one scene, we can see Delancey wearing her blue earrings. During the sleepover scene, she doesn't wear her blue earrings.
- During the sleepover scene, Barbie wore her sleepwear, but when she woke up and saw Madison still sleeping, her clothes are changed into one of her casual outfits.
Next Episode Edit
- The Daily Dish/Opening
- Slumber Party
- So Cool On Set
- Costume Crazed
- A Kiss With Ryan
- Buzz Lounge & Lindsay
- New Friends/True Friends
- The Chase Is On
- Friends Forever?
- Get Glam!
- The Big Premiere
- End Credits
DVD Bonus FeaturesEdit
- Barbie's Personality Profile
- Chelsea's Celebrity Fashion Finder
- Madison's Superstar Challenge
- Nolee's Movie Memory Game
- Delancey's Fave Bloopers and Outtakes
My Scene Webisodes | My Scene: Jammin' in Jamaica | My Scene: Masquerade Madness | My Scene Goes Hollywood: The Movie
Songs: "Calling All Girlfriends" | "Dance 'til Dawn" | "Feel Like L.A." | "Find The Fun" | "Girlfriends" | "Girls Sure Love A Rockstar" | "Going Down In Flames" | "It's My Scene" | "Live" | "Lucky" | "Making My Way" | "Playground" | "Radiowave" | "Spontaneous Combustion" | "Starlight"