August 18, 2006

Masonic Temple Shoot, August 19, 2006

What a shoot!

An 8 AM call time for the film, "Immortally Yours", on Saturday, August 19th resulted in arising at 5:30 AM to get all the hair, makeup, and clothing just right. We had a lot to do in between scenes, and thoroughly enjoyed helping with the sign in of arriving extras.

Here are a few links to the cast members that had photos taken in between Opera scenes that day:

Katherine Hawkes, Our leading lady, Estelle Henderson; Daniel Goddard, Alex Stone, Our leading man; Olga Hawkes, Mrs. Henderson, mother of Estelle; Andrew Bowen, John Evans, fiance of Estelle; Maestro Dino Zonic, the conductor for IY's Opera scene; Maria Russo, our IY Opera Star from New York; Madalyn Lester, Nurse Lisa, and our IY Casting Director; Katrina Baker, Jeanne, and the IY Casting Assistant;

We returned Monday, August 21st for an all night shoot. The night shoots are exhausting, but to our surprise, all the action going on keeps everyone alert. If you have never done anything like this, you should really try to someday. It is truly a blast! ~ Riese

2 Comments:

At 1:27 PM, Anonymous Amber said...

My husband found this extras need ad in the paper in 2007 for Aug 19. Are they refilming the scene???

 
At 12:54 AM, Blogger chewie379 said...

Hello,

Both my husband & I were extra's and really enjoyed being in the film. It was our understanding that someone would contact us to let us know when the movie was coming out so ALL of us that were in the movie "Immortally Yours" could go to a special viewing; however, no one has ever contacted us. We not only were in the Opera scene but Joe chose us to be in the bar scene as well. We came in right behind the main stars in the bar scene and on the stairs. (My husband was in a photo in the New York Times in the background on 4-20-06. He is the one with the tux on and has a beard.) I must have been in te restroom at the time or I would have been in it! I think we were chosen to be the bar scene and the othe shots because I was wearing a gorgeous gown with Rhinstones and my husband was wearing a tux and we looked formal for the part of the "Opera". At any rate....my husband's health is not the greatest now and we would love to see this movie before something happens to him. If you have any idea of how to find it please let me know! Thank you so much! Linda Antal -
grandma379@zoomtown.com

 

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