FILM INCENTIVES: Passes in the House – Ted Davis is our champion!

Our buddy  Rep. Ted Davis of New Hanover County has thrown the Hail Mary pass on the House floor, the one year extension that we’ve been praying for for the past couple weeks.  This amendment is not a grant but what is similar to what he originally proposed and got shot down early on in the short session.This time  they would the cap the credit amount for the year at $40 million with the refund to go down to 22.5%.  This part was something that was in his original plan and also what the production companies said they could live with.The amendment to also would lower the max amount a feature or TV production could get from $20 million to $15 million, which is just fine.  Iron Man 3 was the only one who has reached that limit (to my knowledge anyway).  And what we’ve also asked for as we made the 1000s of phone calls and emails, another study to see just how film impacts our state.

A film or TV production would also be required to put an NC logo at the end of a film or TV show as well as identity of each location where they filmed.

It was a very emotional and beautiful speech to the House. “I feel like I am at a murder trial,” said Ted Davis as he began his plead to the House to vote on the amendment. “and there is a death sentence for the North Carolina film incentives.”

I will have the audio up soon. (it will blow your mind)

After Davis poured his heart out, some of Representatives got up to either support or oppose the amendment.

Rep. Charles Jeter from Mecklenberg supported the amendment.

Rep. Paul Stam from Wake County opposed it.

Rep. Jeff Collins from Nash County opposed it.

Rep. Michael Speciale from Craven County opposed it.

Rep. Larry Pittman from Cabarrus County opposed it.

Rep. Kelly M. Alexander, Jr. from Mecklenberg County supported the amendment.

Rep. Frank Iler from Brunswick County supported the amendment.

Rep. Mike Hager from Rutherford County opposed it.

Speaker Tillis from Mecklenberg County supported the amendment.

The vote in the House was:   77 YAY  and  36 NAY

PLEASE CONTACT: Ted Davis, Susi Hamilton, Frank Iler, Charles Jeter, Kelly M. Alexander, Jr., Thom Tillis and THANK them for their support!!!  Great job everyone!

Next step – 3rd reading is tomorrow for the entire bill 763, not just the amendment.  Then, it goes to the Senate!

UPDATE: I am now hearing that the Senate will reconvene tomorrow morning, only to take a two week break and join up again to vote on the amendments set forth.  I should have more details tomorrow. I will keep you posted!

Bill Vassar, Executive Vice President of EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, NC responded: “We are absolutely thrilled at the passion of Rep. Ted Davis and the miracle that occurred this afternoon. We want to salute and thank Ted Davis for his unwavering efforts and support. We also want to thank NC House Speaker Thom Tillis for his passionate speech in favor of the bill on the House floor. We hope our colleagues in the NC Senate will see the same value in this bill as it moves forward.” – See more at: http://studios.euescreengems.com/film-incentive-rep-ted-davis-amendment-house-successful/#sthash.L3WYRqhD.dpuf

WHO VOTED YES AND WHO VOTED NO?

DEMOCRATS VOTED YES: Representative(s): Adams; Alexander; Baskerville; Bell, L.; Brandon; Brisson; Carney; Cotham; Cunningham; Earle; Farmer-Butterfield; Fisher; Floyd; Gill; Glazier; Graham, C.; Graham, G.; Hall, D.; Hall, L.; Hamilton; Hanes; Holley; Insko; Jackson; Lucas; Luebke; Martin, G; Meyer; Michaux; Mobley; Moore, R.; Pierce; Queen; Reives; Richardson; Terry; Tine; Tolson; Waddell; Wilkins; Wray

REPUBLICANS VOTED YES: Representative(s): Brawley, R.; Brawley, W.; Brody; Bryan; Burr; Catlin; Conrad; Daughtry; Davis; Dollar; Faircloth; Hollo; Holloway; Horn; Hurley; Iler; Jeter; Johnson; Lambeth; Lewis; Malone; McNeill; Moore, T. (CHAIR); Ramsey; Ross, S.; Saine; Samuelson; Schaffer; Setzer; Shepard; Steinburg; Tillis (SPEAKER); Torbett; Turner; Warren, H.; West

DEMOCRATS VOTED NO: Representative(s): Goodman; Harrison

REPUBLICANS VOTED NO: Representative(s): Arp; Avila; Bell, J.; Blust; Boles; Brown, B.; Bumgardner; Cleveland; Collins; Dixon; Dobson; Elmore; Ford; Hager; Hardister; Howard; Jones; Jordan; Langdon; Martin, S; McGrady; Millis; Moffitt; Murry; Pittman; Presnell; Riddell; Speciale; Stam; Stevens; Stone; Szoka; Wells; Whitmire

THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 07/31/2014 – Film Incentives, Secrets and Lies, Sleepy Hollow

Taking you where it all began tonight as the Sleepy Hollow pilot airs on FOX at 8pm. Go HEAD relive that perfect episode! And ICYMI: Sleep Hollow is where evil takes hold. Check it out!  Something wicked this way comes! BUHAAAHAHAHAHA

Not too much action today as Sleepy Hollow and Secrets and Lies are both shooting on the sound stages today and The Longest Ride is still in Jacksonville shooting their bull riding scenes.

ben-ciaramello-2Benjamin Ciaramello of Friday Night Lights fame has joined the cast of Secrets and Lies. According to Deadline he is playing Paul Murphy, the young victim Tom’s father, who’s “currently in the military and about to be deployed for the fifth time. He’s constantly battling inner demons resulting from extended periods in warring countries.”  Welcome to Wilmywood Ben!

The potential State budget is out but it still needs to get voted on, so nothing is set in stone.  Lots happening today in the General Assembly.  Some are still pushing for an extension of our current film incentives. NC House now in session. Listen LIVE: voterradio.com/live

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Here’s some articles to look into:
– Film Grant Program Included In Draft State Budget [WilmBiz]
– Hamilton makes political point on incentives in House meeting [Star News]
– NC House balks at McCrory’s new incentive program for relocating businesses [News & Observer]
– Film industry workers worry about future of local jobs [Star News]

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That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you tomorrow morning (unless something breaks) and every weekday morning we do “What’s Up in Wilmywood” at 7:30am & 8:30am LIVE on Sunny 104.5.  And on Thursdays during Cape Fear CW‘s Primetime News at 10!  Got Scoop?  Email me: sheila_brothers@yahoo.com.  Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB  or on Twitter You can also just post your comments below!  Until then, that’s a wrap!!

 

THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 07/30/2014 – Where the Devil Hides release date, UTD Ratings, Locations and more.

Finally some news on The Devil’s Hand. Well, we know it as The Devil’s Rapture and also as Where the Devil Hides. The Wilmywood shot flick which came here in 2012 will not see a theatrical release, how ever it will be on a small screen near you. Expect to see this horror flick on VOD, EST, DVD and other TV platforms on October 10th. The movie stars Rufus Sewell, Alycia Debnam Carey, Adelaide Kane, Leah Pipes, Thomas McDonell and “Dexter” fav Jennifer Carpenter.

The flick is about something evil that runs amuck in the small village of New Bethlehem where six girls who were born on the same day by six different mothers begin to mysteriously disappear on the eve of their 18th birthday. Is it a serial killer, one of the village elders or a horrific prophecy come true?

SH_NHHSSleepy Hollow is shooting over at National Linen as well as around the 6th St. Bridge and the soundstages.

Secrets & Lies is headed to Southport today

The Longest Ride is still in Jacksonville shooting their bull riding scenes

RATINGS: Monday night’s episode did not do much for the ratings for Under the Dome.  They matched last week’s series low 1.5 adults 18-49 rating with 6.6 M viewers.

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Looking for some food fame? Chevalo & Monique Wilsondebriano, owners of Charleston Gourmet Burger Company  who famously battled it out on national television on THE FOOD NETWORK’s “FOOD COURT WARS” will be conducting a “Road Show” sampling of their Gourmet Burger products at Costco here is Wilmywood this Thursday through Sunday from opening to close.   WATCH FIRST WEEK TODAY SHOW CLIP

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WWAY has a great story which never comes to light to the public, but thankfully reporter Sara Hopkins revealed that this year alone over $40,000 has been donated to our schools compliments of the NC film industry just in the last few months.  Please leave a comment on WWAY’s  story.   READ STORY NOW

Meanwhile, Tillis and Berger decided it was a great idea to put the grant program in place.  It was hard bill to swallow with just $20 million in the fund as discussed earlier in the short session.  But now they have slashed it in half to a mere $10 million.  $10 million?  Well, it’s not over yet.  The House and the Senate still have to vote on it.  Let me repeat: IT IS NOT OVER YET! There is a call to action for this morning if you did not contact them yesterday!  READ DETAILS NOW

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That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you tomorrow morning (unless something breaks) and every weekday morning we do “What’s Up in Wilmywood” at 7:30am & 8:30am LIVE on Sunny 104.5.  And on Thursdays during Cape Fear CW‘s Primetime News at 10!  Got Scoop?  Email me: sheila_brothers@yahoo.com.  Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB  or on Twitter You can also just post your comments below!  Until then, that’s a wrap!!

CALL TO ACTION – FILM INCENTIVES: It’s not over yet.

Over the weekend, Tillis and Berger decided it was a great idea to put the grant program in place.  It was hard bill to swallow with just $20 million in the fund as discussed earlier in the short session.  But now they have slashed it in half to a mere $10 million.  $10 million?   It is beyond an insult.

Although, the two top leaders say that the $21.3 billion budget deal is complete except for some proofreading, it has NOT yet been signed into law.  The House and the Senate still have to vote on it.  Most of the media have failed to say that part.  Let me repeat: IT IS NOT OVER YET!

There is STILL a chance they could still extend the film incentives.  And we need your help to get that message across.  We need polite and calm voices to call.  Don’t give them the opportunity to call us a “crazy, angry mob from the film industry!”

UPDATE 07/30/2014 9:45am: HB 1224 will now go to the floor of the House and then on to a Conference Committee – So, we need to POLITELY keep the pressure on!

We need your help telling them this:

  • “HB 1224 is an incentives bill.  Include a one year extension of the current film incentives in that bill and include a study of your own on how film impacts the state.  
  • The most recent STATE report regarding NC Film which included $268M that was spent here in NC in 2014.
  • The $10M grant program WILL NOT work and will push away our current shows as well as new productions to other states.  
  • We hope that you do the right thing.”   

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL NOW!

Speaker Thom Tillis
PHONE: 919-733-3451
EMAIL: Thom.Tillis@ncleg.net
TWITTER: @ThomTillis

Sen. Phil Berger (President Pro Tempore)
PHONE: 919-733-5708
EMAIL: Phil.Berger@ncleg.net

FYI: Let’s take a look at what some recent productions spent and what they got back in 2013 and see just how many film crews we can sustain with a $10M grant in place.

Revolution   Spent: $57.1M Credit: $14.3M
East Bound & Down Spent: 20.8M Credit: $5.2M
Under the Dome Spent: 33.4M Credit: $8.3M
Banshee Spent: 67.4M Credit: $16.8M
Tammy Spent: 14.5M Credit: $3.6M

Yes, don’t forget, this is not a Wilmington issue, it is a STATE issue.  We have so many productions across our state right now.
All will be affected.

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THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 07/29/2014 Secrets & Lies, Sleepy Hollow, Yellow Footprints, and more.

Happy Tuesday Loves!  Let’s kick things off with where the heck everyone is today!

SLEEPY HOLLOW LOCATION: The Graystone Inn,  S 3rd St, Wilmington, NC - again the red really makes Bob's spots "POP"

Nicholas Sparks’ The Longest Ride is currently in Jacksonville as they are shooting their bull riding scenes.  They will be there the remainder of the week, then they head to Winston-Salem.

Sleepy Hollow is shooting at New Hanover High School as well as the 6th St. bridge, the easement under the 6th St. bridge, and the Independent Ice Company warehouse.  Expect some fun prop gun BANG!s around that area today.

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Secrets & Lies shoots downtown this afternoon and into the evening at City Club as well as the Graystone Inn. (Bob’s been feeling left out lately, so here he is (above)at the Graystone from this past winter)

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Solomon Harvey

Last night it was Wilmywood against Wilmywood as American Ninja Warrior had Wilmington resident Solomon Harvey competing  and Wilmington shot Under the Dome episode 5 (Reconciliation) aired.  Tough decision on what to watch.  ANW has beat UTD twice in the ratings this season.  We will see later today who was the winner in the ratings battle. Solomon finished 4th and he’s headed to the finals in Las Vegas which will air August 11th on NBC.  Congrats Solomon!

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FILM INCENTIVES:  Is no news good news?  Not much to report. They have two options right now.  The grant program or an extension of our current incentives.  I am still praying for that Hail Mary pass which will depend on which strategy they choose.  They are all thinking about the upcoming elections, so I am remaining positive that our film incentives will survive.  The NCGA will be discussing HB 1224 tomorrow (which includes the new incentives that they call the job catalyst fund).  Perhaps while no decision has been made we can remind folks about just how much money is being brought into the state via film this year: NC FILM – MID-YEAR ESTIMATES FOR 2014: $268 MILLION IN SPENDING, 19,000 JOB OPPORTUNITIES .

YellowDoor The feature film Yellow Footprints is plugging along.  They have officially open up offices yesterday and will be scouting locations this week. Writers are also heading into heading into town.  If you haven’t sent in your crew resumes yet, please do so at crew@snakebite.com.  The UPM has not been named yet, but will be announced within the next couple of weeks. Production begins in September.

Image Credit: WENN.com

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ICYMI:  The supernatural thriller, The Disappointments Room, is now accepting crew resumes. Send your resumes to drprodoffice@gmail.com with your position in the subject line.  Production is slated to begin in late August, but could be pushed into September.  This project will shoot in Greensboro and the surrounding areas.  NC LOCAL HIRES ONLY!  Per the production company, they are looking for ALL crew.  They have also expressed an immediate need for P.A. resumes.

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That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you tomorrow morning (unless something breaks) and every weekday morning we do “What’s Up in Wilmywood” at 7:30am & 8:30am LIVE on Sunny 104.5.  And on Thursdays during Cape Fear CW‘s Primetime News at 10!  Got Scoop?  Email me: sheila_brothers@yahoo.com.  Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB  or on Twitter You can also just post your comments below!  Until then, that’s a wrap!!

GREENSBORO, NC – Crew call for Kate Beckinsale feature film

Crew Call:  The supernatural thriller, The Disappointments Room, is now accepting crew resumes. Send your resumes to drprodoffice@gmail.com with your position in the subject line.  Production is slated to begin in late August, but could be pushed into September.  This project will shoot in Greensboro and the surrounding areas.  NC LOCAL HIRES ONLY!

Per the production company, they are looking for ALL crew.  They have also expressed an immediate need for P.A. resumes.  

The Disappointments Room is about a mother who moves her family out to the country.  The poor mother’s sanity begins slipping as she learns about the house’s bloody past and is afflicted by visions of a dead girl. The flick stars the gorgeous Kate Beckinsale.  More details to come.

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THE DISAPPOINTMENTS ROOM (Relativity Media)
STATUS: Pre-production
LOCATION: Greensboro, NC
WRITER: Wentworth Miller
DIRECTOR: D.J. Caruso
LP: Patrick Peach, Tony Grazia
CAST: Kate Beckinsale
CREW RESUMES TO: drprodoffice@gmail.com

“A supernatural thriller in which a mother moves her family out to the country, but the poor mother’s sanity begins slipping as she learns about the house’s bloody past and is afflicted by visions of a dead girl.”

Wilmywood’s #SDCC afterglow.

Another amazing Comic Con has come and gone and we have the clips to prove it.

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-The best of the panel discussion in 2 minutes.

EW’s got a bit of footage from an upcoming episode at Comic-Con from Friday afternoon. WATCH NOW

 

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Hosted by Kevin Frasier (The Insider) once again.  Kevin introduces the characters and asks some great questions.  I have Part one posted and links and descriptions for Part 2-6.  Each clip is about 5 minutes long.

Part I (above)  – Kevin introduces, characters getting killed off, no one is safe.. How hard is it to lose your cast mates?  Can people come back from heaven?

Part II  People get out of the Dome. Eddie Cahill talks about Wilmington, What’s in that locker?  Who killed Angie?  Will Junior and Big Jim ever get along?

Part III   Blooming love triangle w/ Julia Barbie and Sam, Barbie kills Julia’s husband, yet Julia loves Barbie, Joe’s struggle with so much death around him as a kid, Hounds of Diana, hilarious product placement from cast.

Part IV Talks about Wilmington, Colin Ford talks about Wilmington crew, where to take future seasons, Stephen King on set, three to five seasons worth of material, Rachelle compares herself to Julia.

Part V    Hint of something that will make our jaws drop, Barbie’s father. Reasons behind Sam’s actions?  How are people reacting to all of this outside of the Dome? Q&A from fans.

Part VI   More Q&A from fans, Stephen King questions, Will Joe go for Norrie or Melanie,  Julia asked to do line from Twilight as Victoria.

MAX STEEL

– Ben Winchell and Ana Villafane had a blast, talking to fans of Max Steel, signing autographs, and hanging out with folks from EW, ET, XBox and more.  Here’s a few highlights via Twitter.

NC FILM – MID-YEAR ESTIMATES FOR 2014: $268 MILLION IN SPENDING, 19,000 JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

PRESS RELEASE: NC Film Office Releases Mid-Year Estimates for 2014

Production plans reflect $268 million in spending, 19,000 job opportunities

RALEIGH, NC (July 25, 2014)  — Six months into 2014, the North Carolina Film Office reports an estimated production tally of $268 million in direct in-state spending and nearly 19,000 job opportunities for North Carolinians.

As of July 15, more than 40 productions had filed “intent to film” forms indicating that they have filmed or will film in the Tar Heel State. The resulting activity accounts for more than 3,300 production days spread across 35 of the state’s counties. The job opportunities include more than 3,000 crew positions for the North Carolina’s highly skilled film professionals, 500 well-paying talent opportunities and 15,000 background talent positions.

Highlights of the first half of 2014 include the return of production on the television series Under The Dome, Banshee and Sleepy Hollow and the upcoming new series Secrets & Lies as well as the studio feature films Max, The Longest Ride, Max Steel and the Untitled Armored Carproject.  Work has also been done on the independent films Ashby and Union Bound and national commercials for Biomet, Pepsi, and Xarelto plus lifestyle television shows Love It or List It and the Peabody Award winning A Chef’s Life.

The 2014 mid-year figures are a strong follow-up to 2013, which saw a record-breaking 5,000+ production days from more than 60 productions that created nearly 25,000 job opportunities, including more than 4,000 crew positions.  The 2014 mid-year figures eclipse last year’s total direct in-state spending mark of more than $254 million by productions.

During the past six years, productions have had a direct in-state spend of more than $1.3 billion.

The North Carolina Film Office is part of the state Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development within the North Carolina Department of Commerce. Its primary responsibilities are to recruit productions to North Carolina by marketing the state’s assets, which include the film incentive, the crew base, established infrastructure and locations statewide. The NCFO also assists productions with securing permits and handling other logistics and works hand-in-hand with film commissions in the Wilmington, Research Triangle, Piedmont Triad, Charlotte and Western regions.

THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 07/25/2014 A little bit of everything.

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Also attending this year’s comic con is NC shot Tusk from Kevin Smith as well as Banshee.  Our comic book writer Scott Lope is also hanging with all the talented comic book artists and finally, we got one more piece of Wilmywood fun on the West Coast.

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Dan Burke moments before departure from Wilmington NC to San Diego, CA

Wilmington based, Dan Burke is loving this!  His British Taxis have been hired to represent the new show Gotham (Fox). They have dressed the vehicles up as Gotham PD cars! They have four of them giving free rides to fans.  It’s been causing quite a stir on instagram!  What? A local Wilmington business is getting money from Hollywood? Now, that’s a Hollywood Handout!

jasonmottBig Wilmywood birthday wishes to go out today! First off, happy birthday to North Carolina boy Jason Mott! You know Jason! He’s the guy who writes books when he isn’t writing poetry or racing cars. He wrote a little novel called The Returned and then it was turned into a TV show called Resurrection and it’s returning this fall to ABC. Mr. Mott has a new novel ready for pre-order called The Wonder Of All Things. Happy Birthday Jason!

Tom Mison BirthdayAnd of the horror, how did we forget to say “Cheers” to this guy on Wednesday! Our other Wilmywood birthday shout out goes to the one and only Tom Mison. In case you didn’t know, Tom plays Ichabod Crane on the FOX series Sleepy Hollow. (but you knew that didn’t you??) The Wilmywood Daily will be sure to send Tom some belated birthday donuts from Britt’s!! Happy Birthday, Tom!

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FILM INCENTIVES UPDATE:  Still nothing is coming out of the General Assembly.  And although they said yet again they wanted to wrap up the longest short session ever, by today, they will continue the Battle of the Bills next week.

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REMINDER: NC shot The Ultimate Life will premiere on television next weekend, Saturday, August 2 at 9 p.m. EDT. Best of all, it will be preceded by The Ultimate Gift, also filmed in North Carolina, beginning at 7 p.m. EDT on The Hallmark Movie Channel!

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REMINDER: Giant Culture/Post 1200 is celebrating Wilmywood movies every Friday night.  Tonight, it’s Iron Man 3.  Show time is at 7pm. For all events, head to their Facebook page. 

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That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you Monday morning (unless something breaks) and every weekday morning we do “What’s Up in Wilmywood” at 7:30am & 8:30am LIVE on Sunny 104.5.  And on Thursdays during Cape Fear CW‘s Primetime News at 10!  Got Scoop?  Email me: sheila_brothers@yahoo.com.  Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB  or on Twitter You can also just post your comments below!  Until then, that’s a wrap!!

 

THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 07/24/2014 Sleepy Hollow, Under the Dome, Max Steel and more.

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Wilmington local Scott Lope at San Diego Comic Con’s Sleepy Hollow Experience

Get your Comic Con on baby!  The San Diego Comic Con has got three of our Wilmywood productions on the table: Sleepy Hollow, Under the Dome and Max Steel. Folks attending the Con get the chance to check out exclusive clips of our favorite shows, plus can attend the panel discussion and fan Q&As.  But the coolest things coming out of Wilmywood is…okay well there are two!  Max Steel is bringing out the Max Steel and Dread suits!  And Sleepy Hollow is giving fans an Oculus Rift Virtual Reality experience with Ichabod and Headless.  I will have all the details later today at EW.com.

Also coming out of North Carolina is Kevin Smith’s Tusk which will be in theaters on September 19. The movie stars Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Michael Parks, and Genesis Rodriguez.  Now Kevin has been super secretive about this flick, but finally some light will be shed on this project as he is debuting the trailer at the SDCC.

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NC shot The Ultimate Life will premiere on television next weekend, Saturday, August 2 at 9 p.m. EDT. Best of all, it will be preceded by The Ultimate Gift, also filmed in North Carolina, beginning at 7 p.m. EDT on The Hallmark Movie Channel!

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Giant Culture/Post 1200 is celebrating Wilmywood movies every Friday night.  This Friday, it’s Iron Man 3.  Show time is at 7pm. For all events, head to their Facebook page. 

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LOOKING FOR THESE STICKERS? Sunrise Broadcasting has a few.  Feel free to stop by and grab one at 25 N. Kerr Ave. (near the intersection of Market and Kerr across from the new Walgreens).  Offices are open 8:30am-5:30pm M-F.

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That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you tomorrow morning (unless something breaks) and every weekday morning we do “What’s Up in Wilmywood” at 7:30am & 8:30am LIVE on Sunny 104.5.  And on Thursdays during Cape Fear CW‘s Primetime News at 10!  Got Scoop?  Email me: sheila_brothers@yahoo.com.  Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB  or on Twitter You can also just post your comments below!  Until then, that’s a wrap!!