“I can’t say a lot about it,” she said. “All the details are under wraps.”
We were able to glean the storyline in broad strokes, though.
“It’s about five kids who discover a time machine and we figure out how to use it,” Gardner said. “I play the main character’s little sister. I’m a little bit cooler than he is. I’m always poking fun at him. It’s set in Georgia.”
And that’s it.
“It’s really going to be fun, I think,” Gardner said.
She was able to reveal that "Almanac," whose producer, Michael Bay, is known for work on movies such as the sleeper hit "The Purge," was bedeviled by this summer's infernal rain.
“The weather messed us up a little bit,” she said. “Waiting on the sun pushed us back a little bit.”
The project filmed in private homes in Midtown. In their downtime the stars enjoyed local sites including the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola, said Gardner. She might be back before long.
“I think three of the things I’m going out for next all shoot here,” she said. “I might as well move to Atlanta.”