Thursday, December 01, 2005


The Beauty King has achieved picture lock. I am going to California for the next two weeks while the sound guy makes some magic.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

The Beauty King is almost ready....

Hey, all. It's been a while since my last post. I've been very busy.

The status of The Beauty King is:

Tied up in Audio. We are still waiting to throw the music together, and then I'll have some other editors look at it before we start screening it. It could potentially be done in three weeks!!!

But, it looks really good, and I think it will look cool in the end.

Sunday, July 10, 2005

I know it's supposed to be funny...

I'm always surprised, though, that people actually laugh when I say I'm making a movie about a man who competes with children in beauty pageants.

Maybe we're on to something.

Monday, June 27, 2005

It's a wrap! Posted by Hello

Amelia Posted by Hello

Hannah and Annie Posted by Hello

That's a wrap!


It’s a wrap! Traditionally, the last words uttered on the set at the end of a day’s shoot. Except nobody says that these days, apparently. Instead they say stuff like: ‘That’s it, I’ve had enough – I’m off down the pub!’

It looks like The Beauty King is finally a wrap! Everyone rocked, thank you!

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

It'll all work out, because Pat is on top of things. Posted by Hello

so did King Andy Posted by Hello

the crew had fun Posted by Hello

blocking a shot... Posted by Hello

but, gosh they were cute Posted by Hello

We had a lot more kids in the scene... Posted by Hello

May 22nd... was a little more stressful Posted by Hello

Saturday, June 18, 2005

In the meantime..

Check out other works of Fop Productions, LLC

Granite Pit

Night Gamers (trailer)

Thursday, June 09, 2005

So... we might have a change of plans...

Hey, all. We are still planning to shoot the scenes with King Andy alone and at home late this month.

We had a lot of technical problems with the Celebrity Bar scene, and I am now having trouble getting us back into the same location to reshoot it. We have three options:

1. Cut the scene down so much that it makes very little sense, but the visuals are usable.

2. Reshoot everything in another location.

3. Cut the scene out entirely and find another way to fix the hole it leaves.

Basically, I might just shoot the rest of the movie, and see what works, and how bad the footage looks against the other footage we get. Right now, I believe our best bet is to reshoot the whole scene in another location. I have a couple in mind, but if anyone has an idea, please email me!