Overlook Mountain, 9:15am.
If you haven’t already, please consider supporting my friend Mitch Magee’s Kickstarter for his short film, “Thank You Cabbage.”
Mitch is one of the most innovative and contrarian filmmakers out there. His “Mr. Ross” is worth watching on a monthly basis. The art and comedy worlds are healthier for having a little Mitch in their diet.
Mitch has FOUR DAYS LEFT to raise less than $4k for what is going to be a FANTASTIC short starring my “Six Girls” co-star Jocelyn DeBoer. I donated. Hope you will too. Every bit counts.
Close, IMDB. Close.
Speaking of meetings, the meetings have gotten pretty weird. There are fewer and fewer executives who are in the business because they love movies. There are fewer and fewer executives that know movies. So it can become a very strange situation. I mean, I know how to drive a car, but I wouldn’t presume to sit in a meeting with an engineer and tell him how to build one, and that’s kind of what you feel like when you’re in these meetings. You’ve got people who don’t know movies and don’t watch movies for pleasure deciding what movie you’re going to be allowed to make.
A few weeks ago, I spent a sunny afternoon with two of my favorite New Yorkers, Jeff and Eric Rosenthal. Together they are It’s The Real, a hip-hop sketch comedy duo who just released their first mixtape Urbane Outfitters.
They are hilarious and talented and two of the nicest people I know.
Big thanks to Lana my photo assistant on this shoot. We all had a hell of a good time, as you can see.
I love these portraits. Lauren, look at you!
Oh. Oh no.
Improv Monologue Project
One of the many reasons why we should bow down to George Basil.
FROM THE DIRECTOR OF DRIVE… HOLY
A very elaborate prank Vincent Peone and I played on Wilmington, NC for Kellogg’s.