Monday, February 26, 2007
Lots of you have been asking what we've been up to. Well, aside from writing and preparing for Punchy 2, Kevin and I have shot a couple of things. One of which was our first shoot with a large animal, this very cow you see here. Kevin and I did a promo for photographer Glen Wexler yesterday. Our friend Paula Gould works with him and we all came up with this silly, very Monty Python-esque idea for a sketch to promote Glen's new book, "The Secret Life Of Cows".
Even crazier - the foreward to the book is by one of my idols, Eric Idle. So, in some weird way, Wicked Awesome Films will be associated with Monty Python. Even if this is my own, skewed logic, I don't care. It's wicked awesome to me.
And by the way - Glen's book is HILARIOUS. No b.s. We got a look at it yesterday and we LOL'd. I think it's going to be a huge seller.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
We were approached by Fictionpage.com to post the script for Punchy in order to encourage people to use it to create their own version of Punchy. Being the geek that I am, I immediately thought that Punchy should be an "open source" script. What a fun idea! So here's the "press release" from digg:
The short comedy, Punchy!, has had over 2,748,532 views on YouTube, making it one of the most watched scripted comedies ever on the internet. The creators at Wicked Awesome Films, in support of the concept of open source screenplays, have now posted the script to FictionPage.com. This officialy makes the popular film, Punchy!, the first ever of its kind to go open source. The script is now free game for other YouTube and filmmaker enthusiasts to produce.
So fire up the camcorders - let's see YOUR Punchy!
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