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Finding the Light: The Movie

An official title will be released soon.

The movie will not feature the entire cast nor will it be limited to the current cast.

Here is the cast list:


Maureen Garret (Holly Norris)


Jerry Ver Dorn (Ross Marler)


Elizabeth Kiefer (C. Blake Thorpe)


Peter Simon (Ed Bauer)


Marj Dusay (Alexandra Spaulding)


Vincent Irizarry (Nick Spaulding)


Krista Tesreau (Mindy Lewis)


Gina Tognoni (Dinah Marler)


Rob Bogue (AC Mallet)


Lesli Kay (Amanda Spaulding)

We cannot release a whole lot of information at this moment. What we can say is that this movie will take place over one night, it may be broken up and posted into four parts, and it does NOT take place in Springfield. Also this will be a bit of a dedication to a former character/actor from GL's past. We are aware that these clues will not be hard to piece together for some classic GL fans.

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