You Never Know When Your Number’s Up!
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Shot without any crew using a DSLR camera. The actors featured here are not the actors who will appear in the film. They were volunteers who represent the ‘look’ of the role. The total cost of this was less than $100. Please note: The budget has been increased to $2 million. We have not updated the video to preserve the viewer count. For details on investment go to our Financial Page.
THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY
A fun way of explaining the how and why of the screenplay. Look for some recognizable faces including the late Ken Howard, the Late Marcia Wallace, and actor Joe Gannascoli (The Sopranos) who were happy to support our efforts. The bat mobile footage at the end was real! We were able to access a genuine bat mobile” as used in the Warner Brothers – Michael Keaton film, courtesy the Dezer Collection, Miami.
In this short video casting director Ellen Jacoby and film commissioner Elizabeth Wentworth, express how much they liked the screenplay.
WHAT ARE THE ODDS?
We were asked to consider shooting MegaBall$ in the Bronx; our guide’s meet-up spot turned out to be the childhood home of producer/partner Joe Cirillo, who briefly talks about growing up in the Bronx.
Humorist John Oliver talks about the lottery in an episode of Last Week Tonight
An independent comedy feature film by Oroloro Entertainment