We worked with this wonderful actor and human being on multiple occasions... Rest in Peace Ed!
A long time in the making and finally here!
A true herculean demonstration of tenacity and perseverance!
Congratulations and "Break-A-Leg" to Eddie Braun
From Eddie Braun, "I could never have imagined in my wildest dreams that i would be the subject of a movie that THE biggest Action Star, and THE Biggest studio would support.
I look at how Disney put their name TWICE on the film, and it just blows me away.
i cannot objectively judge this film other than to say 2 things… I am damn proud of this film,
and I gave it ALL of my best efforts.
I sure hope anyone that sees it likes it, but if not, sorry, don’t ask me for your money back.
It’s been a fkng long 8 years for this entire project, conceived at 4am over coffee at #Starbucks MB.
My deepest gratitude to @therock @danygarciaco @hhgarcia41 @samoanstuntman @sevenbucksprod @slash @disney @disneyplus for believing we could actually pull all of it off.
Michael Bay said this was all to plan and no one was hurt.
He so said the bts video makes it look worse than it was.
I see two stunt cops firing at the Ambulance and then bailing. One bearly evades running in front of the dolly camera right.
The other disappears underneath what appeared to be the path of the tumbling Cop Car and Ambulance. Is that him escaping behind the dolly track?
What do you think? Safe or too many things that could have gone wrong?
From Actor Robert Newman on Facebook...
As you are surviving this time of Covid by streaming any one of many fantastic series or binge watching the Marvel universe....as you are missing going to your favorite regional theatre or catching the latest Broadway musical...
Please remember that actors are just regular people trying to raise families, make ends meet, and qualify for decent health care.
And for what it’s worth...We miss you too.
Ah the Eighties. Filled with wonderful, simple but fun series like "The Fall Guy."
The adventures of a film stuntman who moonlights as a bounty hunter when movie work is slow.
Creator: Glen A. Larson
Stars: Lee Majors, Douglas Barr, Heather Thomas, Markie Post
Here's a great look back at TV in 1981
Al Pacino Breaks Down 4 of His Most Iconic Characters | GQ
We didn't have a lot of time with him, but Al was kind enough to tell us the stories behind some of his biggest movies. Watch as Al Pacino breaks down four of his most iconic roles, including his characters in 'Serpico,' 'Dog Day Afternoon,' 'The Godfather' and 'Scarface.'