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VA Premiere, Steven Spielberg’s LINCOLN

Lincoln stand-in David Foster and Craig Keeton who stood next to me during most of my scenes as #368 Republican Rep.

LA premiere was held here at the same time : http://www.chinesetheatres.com/




3 responses

  1. J Moser

    I finally started following your blog, so now I won’t be clicking on it 12 times a day to see what’s new. Let’s see how that affects your stats. !

    November 10, 2012 at 3:38 pm

  2. My original blog the O3 Archive has a life of it’s own. This one has it’s ups and downs but I have high hopes for since it’s just focused on my work where the first was more of learning the digital world.

    “It’s all about the journey”.

    None of my extra colleagues noticed me in the Lincoln film so I guess I can relax and just enjoy this special experience instead of trying to find Waldo. I can’t say I’m not disappointed a little, but being wallpaper for such a important piece ain’t so bad. Watching the DP in action and all the manipulation of lighting was inspiring. Not to mention being directed by Adam Somner who was also assistant director on one of my favorite movies “Kingdom of Heaven”, also Billy Dowd (extras casting).

    November 10, 2012 at 9:07 pm

  3. The first extra in the photograph above I just assumed was the Lincoln stand-in, not sure why maybe because I never saw DDL while on set.

    Althea and I were able to see the Spielberg Lincoln film Monday which is like no other.

    I spotted myself briefly in the upper right frame at one point. That was enough to make my day. It was hard not looking for Waldo while watching the sets we were on. I didn’t see a lot of my favorite looking extras? ‘C’est la vie’

    November 21, 2012 at 10:40 pm

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