Fox Digital Studio (FDS) announced today that Mono, a feature-length comedy jam-packed with social media stars, is set to premiere on July 8. FDS, a multi-platform division within 21st Century Fox that produces feature films, original series, documentaries, and short-form content, says Mono will be released worldwide across major digital platforms.
In addition to its traditional leads, Mono co-stars Viners Christian DelGrosso, Brandon Bowen, and Jake Paul, as well as YouTube star Eric Ochoa — who, all told, have a combined social reach of 25 million followers.
Mono, directed by Jarrett Lee Conaway, tells the story of three social rejects who suddenly see their status rise after a mono epidemic spreads throughout the popular crowd at their high school. But as certain students begin returning to school, the trio must resort to desperate measures in order to ensure that they stay home sick.
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FDS has released four other full-length digital features thus far including Tenured, Parallels, How To Be a Man, and ETXR.
“Mono combines today’s brightest storytelling voices and emerging talent with some of the biggest stars in digital media,” said FDS’s SVP of production, David Worthen Brooks, in a statement. “We’re excited to bring this hilarious movie to audiences this summer and to introduce opportunities to engage with our cast’s fans around the film.”
Check out a teaser trailer below: