It seems that Danny Trejo has no intentions of giving up his crown as the man with the most active projects on IMDb, as yet a brand new one has just been added to the mix. Read all about it, pendejo!
From the Press Release
Premiere Entertainment Group announces today that principal photography has commenced in Palm Springs, CA, on its latest feature film THE NIGHT CREW. Directed by Christian Sesma and written by Paul Sloan and Sesma, the movie stars Luke Goss (HELLBOY II), Danny Trejo (MACHETE), Bokeem Woodbine (RIDDICK) and Chasty Ballesteros (FINAL DESTINATION 5). THE NIGHT CREW is being produced by Ryan Noto.
“We are excited to be shooting THE NIGHT CREW in the wild Palm Springs desert, where we’ve been welcomed with open arms despite our blazing pyrotechnics, machine gun fire and sinister characters running amok with gas masks and machetes,” says Noto. “Not since the days of the Rat Pack have the locals of this desert community seen so many beautiful actresses roaming the town after the martini shot each day. Our dedicated actors and crew are working feverishly to finish this intense and action packed shoot. By virtue of owning my post house Digital Post Services (DPS), we have on-set technology that allows us to simultaneously create a teaser of this highly anticipated film that will be available for screening in Berlin at Premiere Entertainment’s suite.”
THE NIGHT CREW centers on a group of hard up bounty hunters who must survive the night in a desert motel against a horde of savage cartel killers. They soon realize that their fugitive, a mysterious Chinese woman, is much more than she lets on.
The director of photography is Anthony J. Rickert-Epstein (WE THE PARTY), and the editor is Eric Potter (THE LINCOLN LAWYER) with casting by Jennifer Cooper (SCENIC ROUTE, “CSI:NY”).
Jack Campbell and Elias Axume from Premiere Entertainment Group are handling worldwide distribution and will be introducing the title at the upcoming Berlin International Film Festival.
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