Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul is set to make an appearance in MGM’s remake of the 1983 classic film Valley Girl, alongside his ex-girlfriend Chloe Bennet - despite the movie getting shelved after his scandal in Japan’s ‘Suicide Forest’ in early 2018.
Valley Girl’s original opening date of June 29, 2018 was pushed forward following Paul’s widely-decried debacle in January of 2018, where he filmed a deceased person in Japan’s Aokigahara ‘Suicide Forest’ for a vlog.
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However, according to Paul’s statement in an episode of his ‘imPaulsive’ podcast on December 18, the film could be releasing very soon. Paul admitted that he’d spoken to the film’s composer at Los Angeles music festival Rolling Loud, who allegedly let slip that the movie may soon be released into the wild.
“You know who I spoke to at Rolling Loud?” Paul began. “The guy - he did the soundtrack for that one movie that I did, and he told me it’s coming out soon.”
Paul plays a supporting role in the production alongside his now ex-girlfriend Chloe Bennet, whom he met on set while the movie was being filmed.
The two have since parted ways as of October 2018, with Paul admitting that his good friend Mike ‘Hey Big Mike’ Majlak had a hand in their breakup.
While Chloe has yet to speak out on the split, Paul has been relatively open about their previous relationship, claiming that Mike was “single handedly responsible” for their downfall - and even admitting that he wanted to throw an actual cast of his genitals over Bennet’s fence to remind her what she was “missing out on.”