Trousdale, since then has gone solo and is currently developing his own material for his CD to be released sometime *late* 2006.
The Biggest Fan, co-starring Trousdale and Kaila Amariah, was released on home video and DVD in May 2005 (featuring original remastered Dream Street track "You're Taking Me Over" and remade tracks "I Miss You," "I Say Yeah," "This Time," and "Jennifer Goodbye" was released in 2002).
There is some definate chemistry in this film and you really hope chris and ashley get together in the end.
I really recommend it but only if you like slightly sopy teen movies.
Before those who are or were fans of Trousdale and Dream Street get annoyed not only am I no longer of an age where heavily gelled boy bands interest me but to my knowledge I don't think Dream Street ever had a hit here in the UK.
Where do I start, well I have never heard of either Chris Trousdale or Dream Street and until I started watching "The Biggest Fan" thought they were fictional, dreamed up for the movie.
The one thing which "The Biggest Fan" has going for it is that it has a few recognizable faces which will appeal to those older audiences who have the misfortune to watch this.
Pat Morita, Leslie Easterbrook, James Hong and Michael Winslow all show up in supporting roles, often playing a variation on the characters which made them famous.
The group's debut album, released on edel Records in July 2001, was #1 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums Chart its first week of release and has gone on to sell a million copies nationwide.
In 2002, the band broke up over a legal dispute between the group members and their parents.