More Behind The Scenes
Written on February 23, 2020
Get an EXCLUSIVE behind the scenes look from the Charles movie.
Here is Travis Wiggins playing the part of “John Aelsop Bishop”, also known as Dr. Death. A voodoo instructor who took Charles as a student but realized to late that Chucky was only interested in finding a way to cheat death. You can also see in the picture Tony Bizz, the director and Tyler Falcoa as “Michael Miller”.
Again, another photo of Travis tending to by a make up artist. Because of necessity, hair and makeup are an important part of the filmmaking process, even if it’s not always obvious. Furthermore, hair stylists and makeup artist contribute in some way to the director by telling his story about each of the characters and also helps the cinematographer make his vision a reality.
Luis Tony Bizz Serrano, the creator of Charles, is playing a small role as “Bobby The Landlord” with a co-star, who is playing his daughter “Cassidy”.
Tony always wanted to do some acting but for comedy roles. Who would have thought he would start in his own movie!! Hey, sometimes this is a feature fans are looking for. So Tony, this is for you to enjoy the glamour of working on screen but also, the Charles fans will be looking out for your appearance. Remember, many directors have become famous for making cameos in their films, such as:
– ALFRED HITCHCOCK has cast himself in over 30 films.
– STEVEN SPIELBERG can only be seen for a moment in “Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984)”. He is among a huddle of missionaries at an airport.
– In JOHN CARPENTER’s film, “Big Trouble In Little China (1986)”, he takes on the role of a worker within this vibrant town.
– WES CRAVEN cast himself in the role of a janitor in the 1996 film “Scream”.
– STANLEY KUBRICK in “Eyes Wide Shut (1999)”, can be seen taking on the role of a bearded customer at a café. Of course, no surprise because afterall, he did not wish to lose his signature facial hair.
– M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN’s cameos happen to occur in the vast majority of his films!
– PETER JACKSON also cast himself in “The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (2001)” as one of the residents of Bree and can be seen humbly munching on a carrot. Jackson continued to cast himself in the sequels, as well as in “The Hobbit”.
– GEORGE LUCAS in “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge Of The Sith (2005)”, takes up the role of Baron Papanoida. He is made up with blue skin and can be seen outside the entrance to Palpatine’s private box at the Galaxies Opera House.
– EDGAR WRIGHT who directed the movie “Hot Fuzz (2007)”, chose to play it cool and decided for the low-key role of a shelf stacker, momentarily taking up his old role as a supermarket worker. Peter Jackson also played a cameo in this movie as a deranged Santa Claus.
So you see Tony, you just happen to be on the same list as these directors.
Well, well, well… who do we have here.. a photograph of the dude we know nothing about. Remember him in the Official Trailer, walking around…
We now know how he really looks like but still do not know who he is in the movie, such a mystery… In the first photo, you see Mitch Francis, director and screenwriter, as well as his brother Zack Francis, cinematographer.
In this photograph, you can see Zack Francis taking pictures. Also, Morgan Silva, who plays “Samantha Davis” holding the Charles doll. This scene seems to take place after she saw the doll sitting on the bed with its head turned sideways. That scene is the one on the official trailer. Well, that is what I think… Hmm, Michael Lawrence, are you sleeping on the job? Actually, that is probably the only position he can be to make Chucky work. Afterall, operating this animatronic doll is no easy task.
Mitch Francis is doing a test shot with that “Little Shit”, as Tyler Falcoa (Michael Miller) said in the Official Trailer. Hey, I’m on Tyler’s side. After seeing Charles and especially how he looks like, it didn’t take me long to make that decision.
So, do not leave that chair because there is more to come…
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