Herbert fighting a Giant in Battle!
Who is going to win?
I was asked to play an action hero character in one of the student films last weekend. Immediately I said yes. It was going to be a get challenge to pull off. Time to see how tough I really am, on screen.
You don't want to mess with this guy.
Not a lot of lines, however there is a lot of running, fighting and action type stuff. It is a lot of hard work, I can't wait to see the footage!
Even unarmed, these two are no match for Herbert.
There was a lot of physical action. It's a good thing that I ran so much this summer. Running over and over again, fighting over and over again, takes a lot out of you. Some of my judo skills also helped out in the final hand to hand combat scene.
Here I'm Rockin' out at the "Combating Cancer Concert".
I was fortunate to be asked to perform at the "Combating Cancer Concert" last Friday night. A lot of great bands and artist played that night and a good time was had by all. It has been too long since I played a real gig. The atmosphere of rock and roll was in the air. Man I missed performing for a rock crowd. I have to do this more often.
It was a great twenty minutes of rock and roll that came right from my soul to the audiences' ears. The good news is that I had a camera there. So if you missed me rockin' out or want to hear it over and over again, here you go.
'Combating Cancer' Concert
I'm Legend, the Internet Legend.
From 9am - 3pm on Saturday, I was playing an action hero. Then at 7pm, I put on my tuxedo and went swing dancing. From fighting two big thugs on films, to dancing like a double aught British spy a few hours later. That's my crazy full life.
It's getting easier to learn new dance moves. This is helping my blocking when I act. Now I can look at a few moves, and I can mimic it back. I still can't believe that I can swing dance as well as I can in under two months. In a few years, I might actually be good.
I love to write where ever I am.
I turned in the first draft of the screenplay I've been working on. So far, many great friends have given me feedback on the screenplay. Jim has helped me a lot on the screenplay so far.
To make a great screenplay, you really can't write it all yourself. If you feel like reading a 55 page first draft, please do. I would love the feedback. Feel free to tear it apart and tell me what works and what doesn't. What make sense, what doesn't. I need to rewrite it another eleven times to make a final draft.
"2012" Screenplay, first draft 55 pages.
Light is cool.
Guitars are cool.
Bicycles are cool.
Welcome to the gun show.
Rock and Roll!
More Photos of the Action Hero Film Shoot this Weekend.