King Bach, Logan Paul, Terry Crews and More Premiere “Where’s the Money” in Hollywood

Photo Credit: Steve Cohn, Lionsgate

Some of the industry’s biggest social media stars came together for the world premiere of Lionsgate’s new comedy flick Where’s the Money in Los Angeles recently (October 18) and Celeb Secrets was there to capture it all just for you!

On the red carpet, we chatted it up with King Bach, Method Man, Terry Crews, and Devon Werkheiser who shared what it was like working with each other on set and what the fans can expect from this laugh-out-loud comedy.

“We shot this movie in fifteen days… I play an antagonist and an a**hole which was super fun, and we’re in for an interesting ride,” Devon Werksheiser spilled to Celeb Secrets on the carpet. “This movie also plays on race a lot. Our jokes play on the race and culture that we’re in right now.”

“I’m not a pro [when it comes to acting], but I’m learning. I believe in studying everything before I get involved and acting is one of my passions,” King Bach shared when we asked about his first leading role in a film. “It’s a fun experience to be able to transition from whatever I’m learning to then actually going out and doing it.”

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After things wrapped up on the carpet, we headed inside to watch the film!

Where’s the Money follows Del (Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor), a quick-witted young man from the streets of South Central Los Angeles, who learns that his still-in-prison father (Mike Epps) and just-out-of-jail uncle (Terry Crews) stole a million dollars and stashed it in the basement of an old flophouse. There’s just one problem: A major university is encroaching on the ’hood and that old flophouse is a newly gentrified (all-white) fraternity house at USC. Now, with the help of his dream woman (Kat Graham) and best friend (Allen Maldonado), Del must rush the frat, ingratiate himself with the fraternity brothers (Logan Paul and Josh Brener), and grab the cash before his crazy, gun-wielding uncle or a local gangster (Method Man) get there first.

The film touches on some pretty heavy topics including racism, gentrification, greek life, and family values. The creators and executive producers bring quality comedy to the flick, all while raising awareness to the issues presented throughout the film. As I sat in the theatre, laughter filled the room consistently and it was extremely relatable, which, in turn, made it even funnier.

I can honestly say this was one of the best movies I have seen in 2017. As I sat in the theatre, laugher filled the room consistently, and it was extremely relatable. (Which, in turn, made it even funnier.)

Where’s the Money is now available on iTunes.

Written by Ali Reid

Ali Reid is a journalist and a current Senior at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts.

Ali has extensive experience in both television and radio broadcasting. She has spent the past two years interning with Kiss108 Radio under the Matty in the Morning Show and the afternoon show with Romeo, as well as interning at WGBH studios under the High School Quiz Show, WHYY radio in Philadelphia, PA, DCW50 (The CW) in Washington, D.C., Dirty Water Media in Boston, MA, and Birchbox in New York City, NY. She currently works at Sweety High as their production/social media intern in Los Angeles. She has conducted interviews with celebrities and Olympic athletes, has worked press for some of the biggest concerts in the Greater Boston Area, such as Kiss108 Jingleball and Boston Calling, and most recently worked press on the red carpet of the Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in NYC and Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles.