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Hello to all! It’s been a few since my last post and I wanted to let you all know that it’s been a real productive last few months!

Along with the usual self-taped auditions, I recently landed a role on The Forest Hills. For those that don’t know, the story is written, produced, and directed by Scott Goldberg, in connection with Dreznick-Goldberg Productions and Executive Produced by Scott Hansen of Digital Thunderdome. It’s premise lies in a tormented man, Rico Sanchez, who sees nightmarish visions after enduring head trauma while hiking in the Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York.

I am one in a group of head trauma victims who shares his story alongside Rico, played by Chiko Mendez and Billy, played by Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day). Working with such fun and exciting actors has got to be the best part of working on set, at least for me anyway. In the case of being in a scene with Ed Furlong, in between takes you get a sense of what it’s really like to be an in-demand working actor. The stories they share of past work. Awesome stuff!

Something that sets this film apart from the rest is that not only does Ed Furlong star in this film, but Dee Wallace (E.T., Cujo), and (drum roll…) the RETURN of Shelley Duvall (The Shining, Popeye) to the big screen!! Shelley hasn’t worked in over 20 years! Her role as Rico’s mother has drawn a lot of attention. I won’t go into the whole mess that gave her the decision to leave the spotlight, but I can tell you that she’s happy and excited to be back and to be a part of our little production. Dee Wallace’s appearance gives the film an 80’s nostalgic feel since she plays the mother in E.T.; Living legends people. There are other surprises in store for you as the film hasn’t quite been finished yet. It will have a Winter 2023 release, sometime late January, early February 2023 in New Jersey. Got to thank Kevin Smith (Clerks) for offering the premiere at his theater down the Jersey Shore.

Anywho. Getting back to the post at hand… Any opportunity for an actor to perform in front of people is fun to them. It gives them the chance to act, and to maybe get another opportunity at a later time if they get noticed. Always be ready. Always be performing! You may land a big role and never know who you’ll get to work with.

Until Next time…

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About the author:
Robert Leckington is a contributing writer for Stream Punk Entertainment, and holds a dual master’s degree in communications and broadcast management from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism and Drexel University’s prestigious Westphal School of Media Arts & Design. With an undergraduate degree in journalism, Robert is a self-proclaimed media savant with a penchant for photography, loves to travel, and write about products he loves.

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