TMG Productions is excited to announce the return of The Gilleand Brothers!
David has spent the past two years in Indianapolis and Minneapolis, but has now returned to the South Bend area, and the GBs are gearing up for several new projects. The Gilleand Brothers have been absent since the climactic ending of the Stew Pehd series at the end of 2008.
A year ago GB,inc. was formed as a combining of the three brothers individual production companies into a parent company. Tim’s TMG Productions focuses on script, filming, and editing. Andy’s Foodeefunk Studios focuses on post-production, effects, and DVD mastering. Dave’s DWG Pictures focuses on script, artwork, and fight choreography.
Throughout 2009, Dave remained heavy in the film industry with a 5-part fighting spectacular called “The Epic Duel” series, Tim focused on his new music group with his wife UNITY, and Andy began work on a long-term top secret GB,inc. project. Now in 2010 the GBs will return in a big way.
On Dave’s birthday – February 16th, the GBs will return with a new short film – a music video parody of Michael Jackson’s “Earth Song” set to a Lord of the Rings theme called “Middle Earth Song“.
In March, we will see the first full-length GB movie since 2006’s “Extraordinary”, an original mockumentary called “Buck and Drake: The Search for Spooks“.
On Tim’s birthday – April 20th, a new original short film called “Comatose” will premiere.
Coming this summer, a yet untitled project being written by Dave and Andy will debut.
And this fall the GBs will round out the year with yet another full-length original movie “The World According to Me“, loosely based on an original short film from many years ago, much in the same style that 2004’s “WTMG: The Movie” was in.
With a very aggressive schedule outlined, the GBs are ready to attack once again, this time with all-original marketable material. The GBs will release for sale a DVD complete with all 2010 original projects, as well as a documentary on the history of the GBs – just in time for Christmas. Stay tuned for more exciting news and previews throughout the year including a public library film festival at the end of the year to showcase all 2010 productions!