For some reason, this blog has taken to auto-deleting portions of my entries so that I end up posting only a portion of what I actually write. It happened yesterday and I ended up having to go back to my early drafts to retrieve and rectify. Hopefully, I won’t have to do that again today. But we’ll see…
Had a great time last night with the gang at Orville Nation. We discussed Dark Matter, Episode 7, touching on such topics as THREE’s redemption, James Bond, and dunking the cosmic donut. If you missed it, you can catch up here:
Also, upcoming is Brad Wright’s exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) this Saturday. I’ve already got MY questions lined up!
— The Companion (@TheCompanionApp) November 13, 2020
A little Yes/No
Popcorn Chicken Pizza? Yes/Nohttps://t.co/vHY21wc3p9
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) November 17, 2020
For me, it’s a “Sure, why not?”
Completed the second act of the pilot outline for Project F. Have Act 3 in my head and planned on getting it all down today, but was detoured by TimEscape. It’s looking like most of Hollywood is in flux at the moment and most broadcasters and streamers are either severely limiting the projects they’re considering, or essentially closing up shop until January. And so, the decision was made to hold off on going out with the project pending a return to normal(ish?). In the meantime, we’re going to look at possibly packaging the project with some onscreen talent. To that end, I spent the latter part of the afternoon writing a cover letter that summarizes the series (It’s Guardians of the Galaxy meets Back to the Future!) and the actors. It will accompany the pilot and go to whoever at the agency is in charge of coming up with cachet casting suggestions. I look forward to seeing what they come up with.
Check it out. Dark Matter fan art by the talented Jitse Lemmens. You can check out his artist’s portfolio here.