Here are some images from the most recent day of shooting the movie about my life.
As you can see, we have a leg-bone crew. There aren’t that many of them, but they work so well and so hard, you’d swear they were a skeleton crew! Cheers to them for being such dynamos! Teresa Teague, Cayce Means, Josh Williamson, and Reid Stegall are like my hands and feet these days. I mean I absolutely cannot do without them.
If you’ve ever thought about making a movie about your life, you should totally do it. Take it from me, it’s a ton of fun.
We laughed and laughed!
Until we didn’t.
Y’all, Vince Canlas and Mark Ashworth may be super cute and real-real funny, but they were two of the worst dates I’ve ever had. Both ended badly. And the manager at Pupil seemed to think they both ended loudly. It’s hard for me to say. You’ll have to see for yourselves and let me know what you think.
Stay tuned for more about The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie as we go. For more info about that, click here!
Thanks a ton, y’all! (And happy Chinese New Year!)
The day has come and gone, y’all, and I didn’t give it the appropriate fanfare. Super sorry to keep you out of the loop. It’s just that things have been real-real crazy.
The good folks at Mean Mama Dog and I have been talking about and planning this movie about my life for damn ever. We’ve been thinking of our future together, and all of the sudden the future was then. Like NOW. It was upon me in a terrifyingly NOW sort of way. That was last week. The NOW is already a THEN. We’ve had two days of shooting now. But, no matter. We have tons left to do. And when I say “tons,” what I really mean is “TONS!” Oy, it’s scary making a movie about your life, y’all, but real-real worth it. It’s aaaalllll about me. That rocks!
From now on, though, I’m totally going to keep y’all super posted. Here’s the rundown:
Reid Stegall is looking at my life through his camera, and Cayce Means is listening at my life on some head sets, and TL Smith is documenting at my life with her pen and paper. They all rock the ever-lovin’ casbah for all the stuff they do.
OK. Stay tuned. Meanwhile, here’s a photo of me I stole from the wardrobe people.