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  • YouTube stars to make feature length films
  • YouTube stars to make feature length films
    Cameron Dallas (2015) ©
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YouTube stars to make feature length films

YouTube offers a lucrative career path for those armed with charisma and a concept that appeals to the masses. While stars currently upload short clips that can gain millions of views from fans, YouTube is now looking to use homegrown talent to make feature length films.

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