Ramirez, who won her Tony for her performance as the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot, will also release a new single that will be featured in the film.
"Loserville" is written by Bellant Holder, Lovell Holder and Pietro Tebaldo. Lovell Holder directs. The film was cast by Nancy Nayor and Lindsey Weissmueller. It is edited by Richard Halsey and Colleen Halsey. Other members of the creative team include production supervisor Paul Hart-Wilden, director of photography Alan McIntyre Smith and composer Cormac Bluestone.
The movie is described as such: "'Loserville' follows a dorky high school outcast named Chuck (Bellant) as he navigates the wild and confusing days of his senior year. Chuck must face the challenges that he and friends are growing apart; that his mother (Stanchfield) has decided to date a younger man (McGorry) who just happens to be the school’s gym teacher; and that his dream girl the brilliant, beautiful and popular Melissa Mercer (Hall) barely acknowledges his existence. His plan to capture Melissa’s heart once and for all by befriending her younger sister, Mary (Austell), is complicated by the fact that a viral video of Mary is the talk of the school. 'Loserville' is a unique take on the teen movie genre full of laughs while tackling the important issue of bullying that is an epidemic among teens today."
The cast is rounded out by Brendan Dooling, Marco James and Jonathan Lipnicki.