I know you think I’m joking. There is no way the Weinstein Company is actually releasing “Fanboys” in movie theaters.
But they are.
In a limited number of cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Austin), you’ll finally be able to see director Kyle Newman’s long awaited “Star Wars” inspired movie. And if it does well in its limited release, the Weinstein Company is planning on expanding the film into other markets!
So what does that mean for you? If you live in
Since you all know what the movie is about…let’s get to the reason you’re here….the video interviews!
At the recent press day for “Fanboys” I was able to interview Dan Fogler, Sam Huntington and Chris Marquette about their work on the film. While the interviews from the press day were kind of short…you don’t have to worry, as I also attended the premiere and got a lot morewith all of them.
And for the people just coming to this party…
It’s 1998 and Star Wars fanboys across the globe eagerly await the release of Episode I. But for Eric, Linus, Hutch and Windows the term “fanboy” is more than just a title, it’s a badge of honor. Spurred by impatience and an undying loyalty to their cause, these former high school friends reunite to undertake the road trip of their fan-tasies. Traveling West across the country to visit their
Finally, if you’d like to watch some movie clips and behind the scenes footage from the making of “Fanboys”, click here.
Chris Marquette and Sam Huntington
- We talk about how long it’s taken for the movie to come out, what were their favorite scenes to shoot, and what they have coming up. Plus a lot of joking around…
- Lots of time talking facial hair
- I bring up how Star Wars takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Is that sort of like this movie
- Filming in Alberque talk
- We talk about all the delays