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Elliot Page Joins LGBTQ Cheerleading Drama ‘Backspot’ As Executive Producer

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Elliot Page has his next project lined up. The actor is set to executive produce “Backspot”, a cheerleading drama directed by D.W.

Waterson. The indie film is a joint production between Page’s Page Boy Productions and Devery Jacobs’ Night is Y banner, marking the debut film for Page’s studio.

Night is Y was launched with D.W. Waterson as an LGBTQ+ and Indigenous-owned production company in Toronto. READ MORE: Elliot Page Should Replace Ezra Miller As ‘The Flash’ Amid Controversy, DC Fans Say Jacobs stars in the film as Riley, a cheerleader in a competitive squad, as she navigates the world of competitive cheer alongside her teammate Amanda while romance blossoms between the two.

Tensions rise as their identities as LGBTQ+ cheerleaders in the spotlight creates friction against their coach’s outdated views. “We have been working on ‘Backspot’ for the past five years, and we are so thrilled to be able to finally bring it to life,” said Jacobs and Waterson in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. “As queer creators, and a former competitive gymnast, we are passionate about telling stories from our communities and are so excited to share this film, highlighting fearless queer athletes.” Page and fellow executive producer Matt Jordan Smith added, “Our company’s mission is to tell elevated, intersectional stories that explore themes like generational queerness and mental health, and this film does that and so much more.

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