Monday, June 27, 2016

Green Screens & Practical Effects

As usual, we're running all engines at full, with more miniatures, practical effects, and filming. Yesterday, we wrapped Dimitrius Pulido who plays the role of Professor Rathbone. Dimitrius has acted for many years in the film industry, appearing in such films as Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, Machete, and the upcoming Harbinger. We shot both on location, in our green screen studio, and took the time to get some publicity still of him, against our set. 

We also had a great time shooting more green screen work with Kristin Cochell, who will be wrapping her leading role as Samantha Carroll, in The Quantum Terror next weekend. We're both super excited, and sad that our days of working with her on this movie are coming to a close. She's turned in an amazing performance, and I can't wait for you all to see her character come to life on the screen. 

Meanwhile, we've been putting together some new creatures, which you might have seen on my Instagram page. The cast has had a great time interacting with them, as nothing beats being attacked by a good practical effects monster, on set. Below are a couple of progress shots, but I'll be posting a new "making of" video, within the next day or two.

Speaking of posting videos, keep an eye out for the new trailer, in the coming weeks. Due to our hectic schedual on the film, I'm not sure exactly when it will be released, but it will be out in time for the San Diego Comic Con, which our executive producer James Hudnall will be attending. I wanted to have it out sooner, but I feel that it's more important to take my time putting it together, as I want it to reflect the level of excellence that our finished film will represent. Cast, crew, myself, all of us alike have worked really hard to make this movie special and I don't think it would be fair to any of them to release a trailer that didn't make us all feel proud. 

That's all I'll be reporting for now, as we've got to get back to work. Next weekend will be our biggest and craziest film shoot, yet. 

As always, thank you.

-Christopher "Moonlight"

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