Wednesday, June 04, 2008

The movie is for sale!

It's been quite an eventful week. First let me tell everyone with kids to please check out "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack", which premieres tomorrow night (Thursday, 6/5/08) at 8:30 ET on Cartoon Network. I've been working on this animated series for over a year and I'm quite proud to be a part of the production. In addition, the crew we have on this show is a great bunch of people and I hope them all the success in the world. So let's make this show a big hit and keep Scott employed for a while.

Let's see, where to start. Okay, first of all, our Internet was kaput for several days, so even if I wanted to write, it would have been difficult. Sorry.

On Tuesday we learned that "King's Highway" is being released next Tuesday, 6/10. I little research led to the discovery that the film is available for presale at Amazon and available to rent through Netflix. Obviously, if you're reading this, I hope you'll check out our little film. It's taken a LONG time to get this baby released. I can't tell you the thrill it is seeing your work out there for the general public to see. Now I'll just have to weather the bad reviews.

So, to reiterate... "King's Highway", starring Geoff Stults and written and directed by yours truly, is available to buy from Amazon next Tuesday and available to rent, now.

To prepare for the release, I have constructed a very simple website for the movie: http://kingshighwaymovie.blogspot.com. Please be sure to check it out to see what the movie is about and to watch the trailer.

I have some really great news on the career front that I'll be sharing in a couple of days.

Finally, a new basement song write up will appear on Popdose tomorrow morning. Check it out, too.

I haven't used the blog for pimping in some time. I hope to get into my training in the days to come. I have been running, trying to get back to the good place I was a couple of weeks ago (before I got sick). That I haven't been able to feel as great as I did at that time is a little discouraging. I have to get over this hump.

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