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He just finished shooting Monte Carlo for 20th Century Fox with Andi MacDowell, Selena Gomez and Leighton Meester. It’s about three young women vacationing in Paris who find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress.
He’s currently shooting The Gates, which is a new summer TV series for ABC
We were hoping he’d weigh in on the last episode of Lost (Brett played Goodwin in the Lost television series), but unfortunately, mum’s the word for the past and current cast and crew on how things all get wrapped up!
Nevermore Schedule (pdf)
The film had three adorable child stars, played by Noa Siegel (Morgan), Eliya-Quaye Constance (Bailey) and Gina Pardi (Girl). We had a chance to sit down with them at the wrap party and find out about their first film experience, how it was to work with Chase, as well as see their secret handshake and hear about the “cuss jar” on set. Too much fun!
Camera/Film Work and Editing by Amy Greenlaw, Film POP!
Interviewer: Leslie Poston, Film POP!
Leslie and Amy from Film POP! and Chase Bailey from Left Bank Films (Crooked Lane) are gathering together the candid photos and any candid video footage from the making of the film. As you know, we want to really bring people behind the scenes of this film (without giving away the plot, of course!), and that includes the viewpoint of the cast, the crew, the extras and anyone who stopped to watch and be part of the fun.
If you have photos or video from any day of the shoot, we’d love to see them and possibly include them. We’d also love to hear and include your story from that day. We’ve interviewed many of the cast members and crew members, but we also want to know what you liked about being an extra, or about the experience of watching a movie get filmed from the sidelines.
How do you get these things to us? Well, if you have already posted them somewhere online, you can:
1) Leave a comment here with a link to where you posted the photos or video
2) Put a link back to this blog in the video or in the description of the photos so people who find Crooked Lane from your content can then find out more about the film by coming here
3) Tell us your story – you can do that in the comments of this post, or you can send it to us with the correct links by email (we’ll tell you how in a moment)
And if you haven’t posted the photos or video online anywhere yet, you can:
1) Leave a comment here letting us know you’ve got content and will be sending it
2) Email it to us, with your story and a little info about you and why you were there
Leslie is going to be the main point of contact for this content gathering project, and her email is here. You can also send your content to Amy by emailing her here. Make sure to link to or reference this post prominently in your email so we know to allow your email through the spam filter!
I can’t wait to see the photos and video everyone took during filming!