A military contractor (Bradley Cooper) is sent to Hawai with a mission: to prepare a secret satellite launch. This entails gaining permission from the island’s spiritual leaders, who believe an ancient prophecy is about to come true. To accomplish this he has to work closely with an uptight military liaison.See More
.My sources tell me that this sequel will partly shoot in Hawai'i after having been partly shot in Puerto Rico (they get a 40% tax break there).I am told the timeline is sometime this summer.Stay tuned..See More
This SAG signatory film has now finished shooting on O'ahu in Hawai'i. The film is completely wrapped.Nautilus was the name of the Canadian Production Company that was shooting this movie. It will be released by Warner Bros in the USA.See More
"Casting CallWhen: April 6th 2013 (Call backs on April 14th)Where: Waialua Community Center in HaleiwaWhen: 2 – 5:30 pmTight Spot Productions, a Kahuku-based production company, is seeking actors for localfeature-length indie to be filmed on…"
November 9, 2012 at 6pm to December 21, 2012 at 9pm
Develop your craft right here on the north shore in this weekly course emphasizing the actorʼs preparation and the Meisner approach. This class will work every actor every week with a combination of exercises, scene work, improv, and teaching aimed at consistently being fully prepared, present and…See More
After scouting Kauai, Maui, Hawaii island and Oahu, executives for Hunger Games: Catching Fire selected Oahu as a location for two to three weeks of filming beginning as early as November and including preproduction will wrap in Hawaii just before the December Christmas break. Budget for the sequel is in excess of $100 million, sources said… The first Hunger Games had a worldwide gross of $642 million, including $405 million in the United States. The budget was $78 millionSee More