The Girltrash! franchise was originally a Web-series that is now comprised of two feature films. The web-series Original aired in June 2007 on After two years it was announced in 2009 that the series would be made in to a film produced by Power Up a non-profit organization.

Original seriesEdit

Girltrash! written and directed by Angela Robinson. The series follows the lives of Tyler Murphy, Daisy Robson, LouAnne Dubois, along with Misty Monroe and Daisy's little sister Colby. Set in the Los Angeles criminal underworld with Tyler and Daisy chasing after LouAnne, a con-artist who is on the run from Monique Jones from whom she stole money. To make matters worse, Colby and Misty are being held hostage by Monique in order for Tyler and Daisy to finish their end of the deal.[1]


Main article: Girltrash: All Night Long

GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is the musical prequel to GIRLTRASH. Starring Gabrielle Christian (South of Nowhere), Michelle Lombardo, Mandy Musgrave (South of Nowhere), Lisa Rieffel, Rose Rollins (L Word), Kate French (One Tree Hill) and Clementine Ford (L Word). GirlTrash: All Night Long will be directed by Alex Kondracke (L-Word) and produced and written by Angela Robinson (D.E.B.S., Herbie Fully Loaded, L word) & Lisa Thrasher (Itty Bitty Titty Committee). Executive Producing will be done by Stacy Codikow (D.E.B.S., Itty Bitty Titty Committee) founder of Power Up.[2][3] GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is set for a premiere date in 2011.[4]

Main article: GIrltrash: I Heart The Apocalypse

GIrltrash: I Heart The Apocalypse Is the second film based off of Girltrash!. The film is currently in pre-production and is scheduled to begin production in June of 2011. It will be produced by Megan Ellison who previously produced True Grit.[5] Its currently not known if this film will be a sequel to Girltrash:ANL.


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  2. About GirlTrash!(Accessed February 2, 2010)
  3. Riendeau,Danielle 2009 Year in Review: Movies ", ', 2009-12-15. Retrieved on 2010-03-21.
  4., Girltrash Update. Retrieved on 2010-08-07
  5. [1](Accessed:2011-04-07)