Monday, October 13, 2008

A Rainbow Bridge Halloween: Day ONE.

Everyone's favorite holiday is about to meet everyone's favorite family of Norse gods. Production on A Rainbow Bridge Halloween has begun. Did it go off with a bang? I guess let's find out:



They are back. Reprising their roles as Jason, Justin, and Tad are Hugo Lopez, Ender Oztimurlenk, and Daniel Smith. They three guys are trying to have a nice Halloween get together, complete with a special friend.




Jason and Justin. Forced to be friends by their similar names. Damn.




Tad has his own bff as well. A scarecrow, complete with a pumpkin head, which the guys stole from a nearby farm. Why did they do this? Cuz they are god damn punks.




Veronica, reluctantly, shows up to this gathering to pick up her brother Jason. (you didn't know that they were related!? Someone hasn't been reading the graphic novel). And look at that cute outfit!




That fire ain't digital folks. It be 165% real. When we shoot, we go for the gold.




What a fun time. And with beer no less! If only that scarecrow could actually put his head on his shoulders. Poor guy...




Oh right. The show is about Norse gods. Loki, of course, is at the party too. And of course, he's gotta stir up some shit. Surprising? No. Never.




If i explained to you what was going on at this moment, then...well, you would just lose the magic of Rainbow Bridge. It would go away....




I always like to have a drink and relax with my favorite inanimate human size object.




Yeah. Look at that lighting. We know how to do this shit. Don't forget it. Wow.




The one that got away. Loki still wants to give Veronica some of his personal, intimate, magic. But, since the events of Revenge of the Frost Giant, has Veronica wised up to his act? Probably.




I feel like this image belongs on the wall of a church. Don't you? No? Neither did i...




"Tad." Fucking brill man.




The cast of day one. And what a job they did. Note Hugo on the phone. And me looking like a prick.




Unfortunately, the grim reality is that making movies is no fun and games. Sometimes you have to sit on your floor working long hours over a bale of hay. Damn.

So concludes are journey into day one of shooting. Overall, it was a nice little scene and a nice change of pace, it being the first nighttime Rainbow Bridge scene. Let's hope the rest of shooting this month goes just as smoothly. But until we find out, keep watching...this blog.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

165% completely! I also thought that wonderful picture deserved some Church viewing.

 
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