Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

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Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 12:47:56 PM
Here is Paris' photoshoot for Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys, coming to a cinema near you in 2013


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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 03:00:57 PM

Thanks Katie, great photoshoot! It seems she's really enjoying working at the "Lundon's Bridge" movie. I'm happy for her :)
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 03:21:20 PM
Where is that actually being filmed at? When the suv was pulling out of the garage, the scenery looked fake? Like the trees in front.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 03:33:06 PM
Where is that actually being filmed at? When the suv was pulling out of the garage, the scenery looked fake? Like the trees in front.


The details are unknown of where the film is being shot

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 04:01:17 PM
Where is that actually being filmed at? When the suv was pulling out of the garage, the scenery looked fake? Like the trees in front.


The details are unknown of where the film is being shot

Mmm yes

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The release date is not set yet and the filming locations are being kept under wraps.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 04:27:00 PM
I just thought with Paris Jackson, & maybe Michael running the show, or at least having a hand in her career, that he would make sure she's also in a private area. With the scenery looking fake, like the staged funeral with Michael, similar looking trees & schrubs.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 13, 2012, 11:02:06 PM
The location can't be too far from home, can it? After all, she seems to get to school and activities so I'd say it's probably being filmed at Michael's airport hangar where he kept his private collection of drawings. It also looks somewhat similar to the place where Hold My Hand was shot.

I think that Michael is playing a huge part in this movie - the fact that they toy with people by asking the question of who plays the father. I'll be really surprised if it's not Michael.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 14, 2012, 03:28:09 AM
It also looks somewhat similar to the place where Hold My Hand was shot.

yes, that was first thing that come to my mind..

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I think that Michael is playing a huge part in this movie - the fact that they toy with people by asking the question of who plays the father. I'll be really surprised if it's not Michael.

agree with you. I can not imagine if he was really dead, to play with those type of questions, I mean- who plays the father..
So it seems Michael has all under his control or he takes care about Paris safeness.
By the way, she is wonderful girl, inside and outside!
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 14, 2012, 04:50:52 AM
Pepsi cans! hmmmm. Oh, and dead or alive, Michael would be so proud of this beautiful young woman.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: February 14, 2012, 08:54:37 AM
Pepsi cans! hmmmm. Oh, and dead or alive, Michael would be so proud of this beautiful young woman.


Haha yeah, I saw the Pepsi cans and I was like  :?: because every child wants to see the money-hungry company, that made their father addicted to pills. If I was Paris them Pepsi cans would be smashed by a hammer (but that's just me  8-) )

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: May 19, 2012, 04:57:53 PM
i was searching something else and ends in the lundons page Lundon's Bridge
i didn´t know 50%profits of book and movie will be fro schools!!!
and then i watched the behind the scenes Paris Jackson Behind the Scenes Lundon's Bridge Photoshoot with New Music - YouTube
credits
producer/PJ rep - Lisa Love  :icon_exclaim:
at GMT studios - Culver City

and there i found this other trailler, watch!!!

Speed of Light and Michael Vey - YouTube

interesting choice of words??? coincidence???

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: May 19, 2012, 06:21:44 PM
It also looks somewhat similar to the place where Hold My Hand was shot.

yes, that was first thing that come to my mind..

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I think that Michael is playing a huge part in this movie - the fact that they toy with people by asking the question of who plays the father. I'll be really surprised if it's not Michael.

agree with you. I can not imagine if he was really dead, to play with those type of questions, I mean- who plays the father..
So it seems Michael has all under his control or he takes care about Paris safeness.
By the way, she is wonderful girl, inside and outside!



Agree with you...Michael is behind all...especially if it is the daughter.....but really...what a beautiful girl !!!!! ( and what beautiful song !! )  :bearhug: :moonwalk_:
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: May 21, 2012, 12:24:04 PM
It also looks somewhat similar to the place where Hold My Hand was shot.

yes, that was first thing that come to my mind..

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I think that Michael is playing a huge part in this movie - the fact that they toy with people by asking the question of who plays the father. I'll be really surprised if it's not Michael.

agree with you. I can not imagine if he was really dead, to play with those type of questions, I mean- who plays the father..
So it seems Michael has all under his control or he takes care about Paris safeness.
By the way, she is wonderful girl, inside and outside!



Agree with you...Michael is behind all...especially if it is the daughter.....but really...what a beautiful girl !!!!! ( and what beautiful song !! )  :bearhug: :moonwalk_:
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 04:19:06 AM
Saw this on Dennis H Christen facebook page.  The answer we have all been waiting for...When will the other cast be known..??

Hi Dennis !
When will we know the casting of Lundon's Bridge ? I hope soon... cause I am so impatient like all the fans of your story for sure ♥ A sweet thought from your french Friend :)

Dennis H Christen We will start introducing who the committed talent is now, one every few days, then we will start introducing those that you all helped vote for. Thanks. I understand impatience, believe me!
https://www.facebook.com/dennis.h.christen

Also, theres a picture that was used in This is it as a backdrop



 It is "The hall of mirrors" in French "La Galerie des glaces" at Le Chateau de Versailles near Paris France !

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 07:53:38 AM
Could be an indication to Paris Jackson!
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 08:44:42 AM
Have you read the Synopsis? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lundons-Bridge/148240935281459?sk=wall


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Lundon's Bridge

Sunday.

The Synopsis of LUNDON'S BRIDGE AND THE THREE KEYS.
 
As we begin to announce who the final cast will be for LUNDON'S BRIDGE AND THE THREE KEYS, we will start with those actors presently committed to this first movie. But before we do that, we will provide you with a synopsis so you will know a little about the story and the main characters. Then a day or two after we post this synopsis, we will be
gin with telling you about the actors that have committed and which role they will play. By the time we finish with those that are on board, we hope to have the others so that we can announce who they will be, one every few days. Enjoy:

Like the “Harry Potter” seven book franchise, “Lundon’s Bridge” has begun its journey into the hearts and minds of the people of the world via the first of its five books entitled, “Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys,” and will be followed by a motion picture of the same name. It is an environ-mentally themed adventure, written for the whole family to enjoy. A young girl’s belief in and love for her parents turns out to be the weapon that wins a war between the land and sea.
 Synopsis:
 
Dalina, the once loving jellyfish queen of the ocean, after hearing of the supposed deaths of her husband King Pom, and her daughter Princess Pompom, has declared war on the human race for those tragedies. She strikes with revenge on the humans for creating the mutant plant monsters in the Decade Sea that have supposedly killed her family and are slowly polluting her world under the sea.
 
Meanwhile, 13-year-old Lundon O’Malley and her Irish American marine biologist father, Kevin, make a pact that they will save the fish kingdom by making the ocean clean again. Hoping to put an end to the war, Kevin and his dolphin partner, Jumper, a marine scientist from the ocean’s royal court, dives to the ocean floor to harvest enough of their newly developed Muck Munchers to prove to the queen that their experiments will save her kingdom and destroy all the muck in the ocean, killing the mutant plant monsters along the way.

While underwater, Kevin is mysteriously sucked into a rock formation and disappears, only to end up as the queen’s prisoner. As long as she has him under her spell, she has the power to come on dry land as a human.
 
Lundon’s mother, Sonia, a Hispanic beauty from Cancun, Mexico, in her grief and believing her husband to be dead, becomes desperately confused in her search for what is real and what is fantasy, having never believed in the stories of talking fish and the little jellyfish princess that occupies so much of her husband’s and daughter Lundon's life.
 
Lundon, however, has no doubt that her father is alive and will return home from the sea when he and Jumper complete their mission down under the vast waters.
 
Lundon’s 18 year-old friend, Waxer, a tough, street-wise half Korean half American loner, finds himself at the butt-end of the numerous adventures that Lundon pulls him into. He tells Lundon that her father is dead and that there is no way she can bridge her world with his.

Lundon takes his words literally and begins building a bridge out of Popsicle sticks. It is this bridge that symbolizes her belief that someday her father will return home from the sea once he and Jumper are finished with their work.
 
As she’s about to glue the last stick onto the bridge, Lundon is kidnapped by human helpers of Queen Dalina and in Waxer’s fearless efforts to save Lundon, he too, is kidnap-ped. At that exact moment in time, Lundon’s Popsicle-stick bridge is mysteriously pulled out to sea and sinks to the ocean floor below; hiding its special meaning from the people it was meant to enlighten.
 
Lundon and Waxer are delivered into the hands of Queen Dalina, now in her human form and playing the role of a nice fairy godmother. On her secluded estate just outside of New Orleans, and after stealing the love and belief of their parents through brainwashing techniques, Dalina uses a magical carousel to change hundreds of her new followers (kidnapped children) into insects to help enact her war against the humans.
 
After being imprisoned in a dirty, wet cellar prison, Waxer helps Lundon escape but isn’t so lucky himself as he is turned into a huge, smart-aleck dragonfly.
 
While running away, all alone and frightened, Lundon meets Captain J, and his magic fishing pole Paco. Unaware of the fact that the Captain is actually Jumper, her old dolphin friend and partner to her father, Lundon finds herself in the capable hands of loving friends who help protect her from Dalina’s attempts to destroy her love and belief in her parents.

Waxer, (as a dragonfly), catches up to Lundon, and along with Captain J, and Paco they head for home on a magical journey filled with colorful characters, both friend and foe.
 
Making it out of the swamplands to where help can be found they are attacked again by Dalina and many of her insect soldiers. Lundon has only seconds to use Paco’s magic, and instead of wishing to be safe at home, she wishes Dalina will turn back into a good queen once again.
 
With that heartfelt wish, the foursome find themselves on the ocean floor in the center of an ancient underwater volcano where they discover the imprisoned and once presumed dead, King Pom and his daughter, Princess Pompom.

Now they could all see the purpose of Lundon’s wish. All they have to do now is reunite the royal family and seeing that her beloved family are still alive, Dalina will surely become a good queen once again.
 
Escaping from the volcano they find themselves in the middle of the Decade Sea being chased by the deadly plant monsters. Luckily they reach clean waters surrounding the palace before they too are eaten by their enemies. One final obstacle looms as they come face to face with the evil fish Varkor, the captain of the Royal Army.
 
Thinking that he and his army have captured only Lundon, Paco and Jumper, Varkor summon his queen to witness his capture of the wanted fugitives. When Dalina arrives and sees with her own eyes that her husband and daughter are actually alive, realizes it was Varkor and not the humans that had betrayed her after all.
 
Tenoch, a 450 year-old ex-human turned giant squid, realizing the truth, too, forces Varkor back into the Decade Sea, allowing the plant monsters to destroy him once and for all.
 
Reunited with her family, Dalina unleashes the spells she had placed on the human children and adults throughout her reign on land, finally becoming a good and loving queen again.
 
With that, Sonia, Lundon’s mother, survives being turned into a grasshopper and now, knowing that Kevin’s talking sea-friends are indeed real, rushes to the surf to declare her belief in, and love for her family . . . the final elements needed to win the war.
 
As Sonia stands on shore calling out to her family, the Popsicle-stick bridge that Lundon had built begins to grow and begins radiating sparkles of shimmering light that illuminate the happy faces of Kevin, Lundon and Waxer as they come home over the bridge; a bridge built with the love and belief of a young girl for her parents. Lundon’s bridge now links the land and the sea together forever. The End
 
In a few days, we will begin introducing you to the actress that will play Queen Dalina. And every few days after that we will introduce another cast member of this first movie.
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 09:55:55 AM
Hmm, I twitted Dennis Christneden last week asking if the filming had been put on hold since I had understood that filming was to begin this summer and this was his reply:



22 AugDennis H Christen‏@dennishchristen

 Not on hold, just rescheduled. We're going 4 a big name director. In negotiations with that and so have been pushed back.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 11:01:40 AM
Hmm, I twitted Dennis Christneden last week asking if the filming had been put on hold since I had understood that filming was to begin this summer and this was his reply:



22 AugDennis H Christen‏@dennishchristen

 Not on hold, just rescheduled. We're going 4 a big name director. In negotiations with that and so have been pushed back.

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 01:12:31 PM
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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 01:13:31 PM
Hmm, I twitted Dennis Christneden last week asking if the filming had been put on hold since I had understood that filming was to begin this summer and this was his reply:



22 AugDennis H Christen‏@dennishchristen

 Not on hold, just rescheduled. We're going 4 a big name director. In negotiations with that and so have been pushed back.

 :affraid:

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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

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Have you read the Synopsis? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lundons-Bridge/148240935281459?sk=wall

A little morbid if his father was really dead, right? :suspect:  ;D



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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 29, 2012, 02:52:22 PM
Have you read the Synopsis? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lundons-Bridge/148240935281459?sk=wall


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Lundon’s mother, Sonia, a Hispanic beauty from Cancun, Mexico, in her grief and believing her husband to be dead, becomes desperately confused in her search for what is real and what is fantasy, having never believed in the stories of talking fish and the little jellyfish princess that occupies so much of her husband’s and daughter Lundon's life.
 
Lundon, however, has no doubt that her father is alive and will return home from the sea when he and Jumper complete their mission down under the vast waters.
 
Lundon’s 18 year-old friend, Waxer, a tough, street-wise half Korean half American loner, finds himself at the butt-end of the numerous adventures that Lundon pulls him into. He tells Lundon that her father is dead and that there is no way she can bridge her world with his.


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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 30, 2012, 02:37:13 AM
Thanks leilani81!
So depending on the quality of the cartooning, graphics, acting and directing/production it sounds like an interesting tale.

The popsicle stick bridge reminded me of Front's welcome furniture made of wooden clothespins.


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Re: Behind the Scenes of Lundon's Bridge

  • on: August 30, 2012, 08:25:45 AM
Have you read the Synopsis? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lundons-Bridge/148240935281459?sk=wall


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Lundon's Bridge

Lundon’s mother, Sonia, a Hispanic beauty from Cancun, Mexico, in her grief and believing her husband to be dead, becomes desperately confused in her search for what is real and what is fantasy, having never believed in the stories of talking fish and the little jellyfish princess that occupies so much of her husband’s and daughter Lundon's life.
 
Lundon, however, has no doubt that her father is alive and will return home from the sea when he and Jumper complete their mission down under the vast waters.
 
Lundon’s 18 year-old friend, Waxer, a tough, street-wise half Korean half American loner, finds himself at the butt-end of the numerous adventures that Lundon pulls him into. He tells Lundon that her father is dead and that there is no way she can bridge her world with his.


A train is coming: "Tut, tut.. "
Speaker sounds: "This is the ALIVE train... Anybody want to jump on it? .. Anyways - it gonna hit y'all!!!" ;-)

 :michael_jackson-1135:

So be better run away before we all die for real! :-[
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