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  • WorkerCaste
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    Way cool. I'm envious.

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  • OmahaStar
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    Originally posted by Spoo Junky View Post
    Sound like fun. I was in plays in high school and had a great time. Plus the cool factor is there too!
    No doubt about that!

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  • OmahaStar
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    Originally posted by glindros View Post
    Cool stuff Omaha, Thanks for sharing. Is this something your hoping to continue, or a one shot deal?
    I have no idea. I hadn't ever even thought about being on camera before, because I have a face for radio. But when the director of one of my favorite movie series calls and says "I've written a part for you, would you like to be in the next movie?" one tends to drop everything and be there. If it leads to more, that's great. If it's a one-time thing, it's still great. It's something that will now exist forever. And I think that's cool.

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  • OmahaStar
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    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Omaha? Playing a grumpy character? Talk about casting against type! Or do I mean *to* type?
    I know! It was SO much fun, too!

    So how did you happen to get cast? Methinks there must be a story there.
    There is.

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  • Spoo Junky
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    Sound like fun. I was in plays in high school and had a great time. Plus the cool factor is there too!

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  • glindros
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    Cool stuff Omaha, Thanks for sharing. Is this something your hoping to continue, or a one shot deal?

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  • Jan
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    Omaha? Playing a grumpy character? Talk about casting against type! Or do I mean *to* type?

    So how did you happen to get cast? Methinks there must be a story there.

    Jan

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  • Dan Dassow
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    Originally posted by OmahaStar View Post
    No, the Har Mar theater is closed. I'd say at least a quarter of the stores in the mall were closed, too. It felt really empty, despite the number of people there.
    It is a shame to see it closed. If I remember correctly, the Har Mar theater is where I first saw Star Wars with my much younger brother when it came out in 1977.

    Originally posted by OmahaStar View Post
    It'll be premiering at the Heights Theatre (http://www.heightstheater.com/) ... sometime in the Spring. The date isn't set yet, but it's the same place the previous four films have premiered.
    I've never been to the Heights Theatre, although it looks great from the website. It is a lot closer to down town Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota than Rosedale.

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  • OmahaStar
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    Originally posted by Dan Dassow View Post
    Did you make it to Har Mar Mall, Rosedale Center or Mall of America?
    Yes, yes, and no. Har Mar is where I finally picked up a copy of the Doctor Who reference book, the Television Companion. And Rosedale is where I saw a huge three-story Borders bookstore. And after driving by it earlier this year, I finally went inside ... It's only two stories, and smaller than the smallest one here. The bottom floor is just a mall entrance. I felt cheated. lol I explored a bit in both malls, and took in a Lie-MAX movie at the AMC there.

    I cannot make any promises, but I could be up in Minnesota around that time to visit my parents and brother. Where will it be showing, The Har Mar Mall theater?
    No, the Har Mar theater is closed. I'd say at least a quarter of the stores in the mall were closed, too. It felt really empty, despite the number of people there.

    It'll be premiering at the Heights Theatre (http://www.heightstheater.com/) ... sometime in the Spring. The date isn't set yet, but it's the same place the previous four films have premiered.

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  • Dan Dassow
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    Originally posted by OmahaStar View Post
    Did you miss me? Did you even notice I was gone? Hmph.
    Yes.

    Originally posted by OmahaStar View Post
    I spent the last several days in the bright, bustling city of Roseville, Minnesota. Roseville is basically a suburb of Minneapolis, and I was up there as part of the cast of the upcoming movie Destination: Outer Space. I play a character named B'Kee, a grumpy bartender on an alien planet.
    Did you make it to Har Mar Mall, Rosedale Center or Mall of America?

    Originally posted by OmahaStar View Post
    These movies are homages to the "monster" and "atomic horror" movies of the 1950s and 60s. They are all interconnected, and are in black & white.

    This is the fifth movie in the series, and I'll give a brief rundown on them now ...

    1 - The Monster of Phantom Lake - Professor Jackson, a scientist in his 30s, is conducting tests in the waters of a lake in Minnesota. He encounters a group of teenagers who had just graduated from high school, and a creature that has been mutated in the very waters he's testing.

    2 - It Came From Another World - Jackson returns. With his best friend and co-worker, Doctor Frasier, he must defeat an evil alien intruder bent on destruction.

    3 - Cave Women on Mars - In the far off future of the 1980s, Jackson's son leads a mission to our neighboring world, Mars, where he discovers tribes of cave women.

    4 - Terror From Beneath the Earth - set between the 2nd and 3rd movies, in a town near Phantom Lake ... the same type of atomic radiation that created the monster in the first movie has created another mutation, a giant bat-like humanoid creature.

    5 - Destination: Outer Space - Set after Cave Women on Mars, it's a Captain Jackson movie, and features a visit to an alien world with the bar I tend.

    www.sainteuphoria.com is the website ... You can get the first four dvds - and the first two at least are on Netflix.

    So ... Who is going to join me next Spring at the movie's premiere in Minneapolis?
    I cannot make any promises, but I could be up in Minnesota around that time to visit my parents and brother. Where will it be showing, The Har Mar Mall theater?

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  • OmahaStar
    started a topic I'm baaaaaack ...

    I'm baaaaaack ...

    Did you miss me? Did you even notice I was gone? Hmph.

    I spent the last several days in the bright, bustling city of Roseville, Minnesota. Roseville is basically a suburb of Minneapolis, and I was up there as part of the cast of the upcoming movie Destination: Outer Space. I play a character named B'Kee, a grumpy bartender on an alien planet.

    These movies are homages to the "monster" and "atomic horror" movies of the 1950s and 60s. They are all interconnected, and are in black & white.

    This is the fifth movie in the series, and I'll give a brief rundown on them now ...

    1 - The Monster of Phantom Lake - Professor Jackson, a scientist in his 30s, is conducting tests in the waters of a lake in Minnesota. He encounters a group of teenagers who had just graduated from high school, and a creature that has been mutated in the very waters he's testing.

    2 - It Came From Another World - Jackson returns. With his best friend and co-worker, Doctor Frasier, he must defeat an evil alien intruder bent on destruction.

    3 - Cave Women on Mars - In the far off future of the 1980s, Jackson's son leads a mission to our neighboring world, Mars, where he discovers tribes of cave women.

    4 - Terror From Beneath the Earth - set between the 2nd and 3rd movies, in a town near Phantom Lake ... the same type of atomic radiation that created the monster in the first movie has created another mutation, a giant bat-like humanoid creature.

    5 - Destination: Outer Space - Set after Cave Women on Mars, it's a Captain Jackson movie, and features a visit to an alien world with the bar I tend.

    www.sainteuphoria.com is the website ... You can get the first four dvds - and the first two at least are on Netflix.

    So ... Who is going to join me next Spring at the movie's premiere in Minneapolis?
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