The DUFF (2015)


Watch The DUFF (2015)

The DUFF Movie Info:
Directed by: Ari Sandel
Written by: Josh A. Cagan, Kody Keplinger
Starring by: Mae Whitman, Bella Thorne, Robbie Amell
Genres: Comedy
Country: USA
Language: English

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The DUFF Plot Summary
The DUFF (2015)

The Duff is a story about Bianca Piper (Mae Whitman), an intelligent teenager who strives to conform to societal standards of beauty and romantic compatibility.

Bianca is enjoying her senior year of high school with two close friends Jess (Skyler Samuels) and Casey (Bianca A. Santos)– who are significantly more popular than she is. She is also the neighbor and former friend of Wesley Rush (Robbie Amell), a star on the school’s football team. She has a crush on guitar-playing Toby Tucker (Nick Eversman), and reluctantly attends a party hosted by mean-girl Madison Morgan (Bella Thorne), hoping to talk to him. The party turns out to be a disaster for her, as it’s there that Wes unthinkingly reveals to her that she is the “DUFF” of her friend group, the “Designated Ugly Fat Friend.” The DUFF need not actually be ugly or fat, he explains, it’s just the person in a social group who is less popular and more accessible than the others in the group. People exploit the DUFF to get to the popular people.

Bianca is insulted and devastated, but she soon realizes that Weslake is right. The students in her high school are only interested in her as a way to get to Jess and Casey. She takes her anger out on Jess and Casey and ‘unfriends’ them on social media and in person.

Bianca later overhears Wes and his science teacher (Chris Wylde) speaking, where his teacher tells Wes that unless he passes the midterm, he’s off the football team, which can cost him his football scholarship. Desperate to change her social standing, and go on a date with Toby, she strikes a deal with Wes, where she will help him pass science if he’ll advise her on how to stop being a DUFF. They have a fun time at a mall, and attempting a makeover by buying new clothes. This backfires when Madison’s toady records Bianca playing around in her new clothes and pretending that a mannequin is Toby. They create a video ridiculing Bianca and post it online—leading to the entire school mocking her. It also becomes clear that Madison—a reality-TV wannabe—feels possessive of Wes, her on-again-off-again boyfriend, and is jealous of Bianca’s relationship with him.

Wes advises her not to let the video destroy her. Instead, he advises that she own it and just be upfront with Toby, by talking directly to him and asking him out. When Bianca next sees Toby at school she does ask him and, to her surprise, he accepts. Bianca takes Wes to her favorite spot in the forest, her “thinking rock,” to plan a strategy for the date. They kiss, but joke about it and pretend it didn’t mean anything. At Bianca and Toby’s date at his house, she discovers that he is DUFF’ing her—spending time with her in order to connect with Jess and Casey. She confronts him about it and leaves in tears. Seeking Wes to talk with him about the date, but she finds him at the thinking rock kissing Madison.

Angry with Toby and Wes, she reunites with her friends, Jess and Casey, and they, along with her understanding mother (Allison Janney), convince her to go to the homecoming dance with them, in an outfit that they make together—incorporating elements of her previous wardrobe such as her flannel shirts. At the dance, Bianca tells off Madison—saying, essentially, that we are all DUFFs who should be true to our own identities. Madison is crowned homecoming queen, and Wes is crowned king, but he rejects Madison and the title, and kisses Bianca in front of the whole school.

The DUFF Full Cast & Crew

Directed by

Ari Sandel

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)

Josh A. Cagan (screenplay)
Kody Keplinger (novel)


Annika Gordon
Mae Whitman
Robbie Amell
Bella Thorne
Bianca A. Santos
Skyler Samuels
Romany Malco
Principal Buchanon
Nick Eversman
Chris Wylde
Mr. Filmore
Ken Jeong
Mr. Arthur
Allison Janney
Rebecca Weil
Seth Meriwether
Erick Chavarria
Senor Gomez
Brian Dewar McNamara
Benjamin Davis
RJ Shearer
Eric R. Moore
J.J. Green
Paras Patel
Murielle Telio
Mahaley Manning
Alexandra Ficken
Jill Jane Clements
Lunch Lady Elaine
Fiona Hardingham
Tony Cavalero
Sweater Guy
David Gridley
Beau Rich
Demetrius Bridges
Lai-Ling Bernstein
Richard Kohberger
Krissy Notes
Benjamin Papac
Marisela Zumbado
Kyle Wilkerson
Kurt Krause
Jonathan Baron
Dorothy Reynolds
Cason Richter
Danielle Sherrick
Creepy Carrie
Emily Norcia
Danielle Lyn
Veanna Black
Turner J. Wheat
Barbra Roylance
Girl on Escalator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terri Abney
Beautiful Kid (uncredited)
Blayne Ackerman
Emo Friend (uncredited)
Perry Ball
Seminar Attendant (uncredited)
Justin James Boykin
Window Shopper (uncredited)
Charles William Cook
High School Student (uncredited)
Gabriela Fraile
Ashley (uncredited)
Samuel Lee Fudge
Student (uncredited)
Jeff Matthew Glover
Administrator (uncredited)
Michelle Hernandez
Classmate (uncredited)
Malcolm F. Johnson
Student at Homecoming Dance (uncredited)
Agnes Mayasari
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jamall Rashaud McMillan
Student (uncredited)
Colton Medlin
Jock 2 (uncredited)
Bradley Nnadi
Party Guy (uncredited)
Erica-Marie Sanchez
Weird Twin #2 (name will change) (uncredited)
Brittany Savoie
The Glee DUFF (uncredited)
Michael Steedley
High school student (uncredited)
Curry Stone
Hot Mall Guy (uncredited)
Joel Thayakaran
Popular Jock at Homecoming Dance (uncredited)
Stephen Tsimpides
Louis (uncredited)

Produced by

Steven Bello executive producer
Susan Cartsonis producer
Ted Gidlow executive producer
McG producer
Lane Shefter Bishop executive producer
Mary Viola producer

Music by

Dominic Lewis

Cinematography by

David Hennings

Film Editing by

Wendy Greene Bricmont

Casting By

Angela Demo
Barbara J. McCarthy

Production Design by

Aaron Osborne

Set Decoration by

Nicole LeBlanc

Costume Design by

Eric Daman

Makeup Department

Suzanna Boykin additional hair stylist
Jane Galli makeup department head
Jennifer Johnson hair dept. head
Stephanie Martin key makeup artist
Fawn Ortega makeup artist
Lisa Ann Wilson hair stylist

Production Management

Ted Gidlow unit production manager
Marc A. Hammer production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Jason Blumenfeld first assistant director
Jessie Sasser Kloos second second assistant director
Tracey Poirier key second assistant director
John Radcliff add’l 2nd assistant director
Trevor Schliefer additional assistant director

Art Department

Nathan S. Clark set dresser
Shelby Davis props / set dresser
Mike Ellison leadman
Michael Gowen draftsman
Haley Keim graphic designer
Cara Price Set Decoration Buyer
Taraja Ramsess on-set dresser
Jonathan Shaffer property master
Leia Verner art department coordinator
Nina A. White set dresser
Nichole Wleklinski assistant property master

Sound Department

Felipe Borrero sound mixer
Scott Brewster adr recordist
Mark DeSimone adr mixer
Robert Fernandez sound re-recording mixer
Ian Gaffney-Rosenfeld sound mix technician
Gavin Hecker foley editor / foley mixer
Lawrence Herman foley editor
Jamison Rabbe additional adr recording
Marcus Ricaud additional boom operator
Mike Schmidt boom operator
Ben Whitver adr mixer
Allan Zaleski supervising sound editor

Visual Effects by

Pinar Comezoglu visual effects editor
David Isyomin visual effects supervisor: & Company
Matt Kushner visual effects artist: method studios
Alex Ling digital compositor
Sarah McCulley visual effects coordinator
Michael Means matchmove artist
David Piombino digital compositor: Method Studios
Charlotte Raffi visual effects producer
Sari Rodrig cg artist
Greg M. Silverman digital compositor
James Yates vfx production coordinator


Wade Allen stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

Brian Adkins grip
Jonathan Bennett camera utility
Pete Bowman key rigging grip
J.A. Byerly rigging gaffer
Alan Caudillo a camera operator
Guy D’Alema still photographer
Dylan Damian outpost engineer
Christopher Flurry a camera first assistant / first assistant camera: “a” camera
Neal Goff lighting console programmer
Francis Harlan best boy rigging grip
Jason Hatcher video playback operator
Patrick Istorico grip
Levi Loy best boy grip
Summer Marsh second assistant “a” camera
Joshua McCready lighting technician
James Notari digital imaging technician
Michael D. Patterson electrical/ lighting
Jens Piotrowski b camera / steadicam operator / camera operator: steadicam operator
Ron Provenzano lighting technician
Yusuke Sato second assistant camera: “b” camera
James Stockton grip
Jeffery A. Taylor grip
German Valle best boy electric
H. Mark Vuille gaffer

Casting Department

Janella Bersabal extras casting
Blair Foster casting associate
Tracy Kilpatrick casting: location
Alice Peterson casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Taylor Addison costume assistant
Madeline Gunter costume coordinator
Samantha Rattner assistant costume designer
Brenda Salivia set costumer (principals)
Amy J. Smith set costumer
Hartsell Taylor costume supervisor

Editorial Department

Heath Belser title editor
Jennifer-Noel Dennis post-production supervisor: EPK and Behind The Scenes
John Diesso digital intermediate conform editor
Alex Gilbert assistant editor: EPK and BTS
Katie Mims assistant editor: behind the scenes
Justin Rosen editorial assistant
Mike Selemon additional editor
Stefan Sonnenfeld digital intermediate colorist / digital intermediate producer
Damien Van der Cruyssen additional colorist

Music Department

Antonio Andrade score technical engineer
Al Clay score mixer
Dee Lewis Clay solo vocals
Jonathan Hafter music supervisor
Tom Kramer music editor
Tommy Laurence orchestrator
Jason Soudah composer: additional music
Alvin Wee score mixing assistant

Transportation Department

Terry Collis transportation coordinator
Jason Geigerman dot compliance

Other crew

Kim Adamski stand-in
Luan Agostinho stand-in
Bolden 1st team pa
Jen Farris location scout
Karin Fong title designer
Terminator Genesis production assistant
Janine Gosselin script supervisor
Robert Johnston payroll accountant
Usurah Khan production assistant
John Latenser V location manager
Shari Lomack accounting clerk
Kev Magee assistant production coordinator
Alison Maloof payroll clerk
Laurent Marchand caterer (as Laurent Marchand)
Valerie Martin production assistant
Lauren Petzke assistant to mr. gidlow
Marcel Pinkowski production assistant
Matthew Prokopek production assistant
Bruce Roberts basecamp pa
Lucy Kim Robertson first assistant accountant
M. Ross-Michaels production accountant
Gabriel Rush additional voices
Jess Shuler production assistant
Bo Shurling unit publicist
Andy Sleet location scout: wilmington, nc
Michael C. Smith police coordinator
Martin Torchia production assistant
Jason Underwood location manager
Michael Castillo assistant to Mr. Trejo
Avery Guerra publicist
Evan Halleck production assistant
Halena Le assistant to the producers
Giovanni Lopez insurance broker
Tim Lovelace location coordinator: michigan
Zachary Sellen production assistant
Chris von Hoffmann production assistant

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