Things are looking up for Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick – in a big way.
RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the reality reject’s career is about to become red hot, as she prepares to make the transition from television to the silver screen.
The 23-year-old has landed her first role in a feature film, called Every Time I Go To Staten Island Something Bad Happens.
“It’s a great opportunity for her, she will be starring in a major movie and making good money,” a source close to former Jersey Shore star told RadarOnline.com.
Although the hit MTV series Jersey Shore touted the cast as Jersey natives, Angelina was actually born and grew up in Staten Island, New York, so it’s no coincidence that she’s been offered a movie about the island.
Shooting for the film is scheduled to begin in three weeks.
“The movie will start filming the first week of February, and will be shoot in Staten Island of course,” touted our production insider.
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According to the film’s producers, Neurotic Boy Productions, the movie is about a Latino former gang member who starts his life again in art school, as he tries to stop his brother from working with criminals.