Extras Casting Director named for TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’

Well, it’s about time! We FINALLY know who it will be! Big congrats to Kimmie Stewart of Kimmie Stewart-Casting. She will be heading up extras casting for the TNT series Good Behavior starring Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto. Production begins around March 7.

Kimmie starts up this Monday! There are no extras casting calls at this moment, and she has not released the casting email address yet, so head to her casting page on Facebook and give it a LIKE at Kimmie Stewart-Casting.

Congrats Kimmie!

GOOD BEHAVIOR (Series) – TNT
STATUS: Pre-Production
WRITERS, PRODUCERS: Chad Hodge, Blake Crouch
LP: Randy Sutter
UPM: Dale Williams
CAST: Michelle Dockery, Juan Diego Botto

 

Michelle Dockery like we’ve never seen her before: Bad!

From the trailer for TNT's Good Behavior

Oh boy!  As Wilmywood gears up for production of the first season of TNT’s Good Behavior, here’s a taste of what’s to come from the Letty Dobesh book series conversion for the small screen! I got 5 words for Michelle Dockery as she throws away her Downton Abbey morals and manners: Bad never looked so good! Check out the trailer below!

Filming resumes this March with production offices opening at the end of this month at EUE/Screen Gems Studios!

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https://wilmywoodnc.com/2015/12/14/more-on-wilmywoods-good-behavior-and-six/

https://wilmywoodnc.com/2015/12/11/tnts-good-behavior-chooses-wilmington-for-season-one/

 

More on Wilmywood’s ‘Good Behavior’ and ‘Six’

Happy Monday boys and girls!  Last week we had a double dose of great news when it came to jobs! To quickly recap,  we found out we have not one, but two shows opening offices here in Wilmywood next month.

First up, TNT’s Good Behavior. After shooting the pilot here in October, the producers and writers fell in love with Wilmington and our crew base.  And we were all like, “Well yeah! Of course they did!”

The crew has told me on multiple occasions how great the set was, how easy it was to work with producers/writers Chad Hodge and Blake Crouch, and they bragged about the excellent quality of the show. So of course it was fingers and toes crossed for all involved for a return to our fabulous Port City. They also hoped the pilot’s director Charlotte Sieling would return as well.

Last week, TNT made the announcement that Good Behavior got the green light and will shoot 9 more episodes.

The fabulous Dale Williams will be the UPM on this project. From what I hear they plan on opening offices at the end of January and will begin shooting in the first week of March. They will be shaping up the pilot, then they will shoot nine more episodes. That will bring our NC film crew employment until around the end of June.

blakecrouchI caught up with our NC native, Blake Crouch, over the weekend and he had this to say:

We are absolutely thrilled and grateful for the chance to continue Good Behavior. We wouldn’t have gotten here without our tremendous Wilmington crew. We share this success with them. Can’t wait to return!

See that crew? It’s official, you are indeed that awesome!

Blake is from the Piedmont area and already has a television series on the air — the adaptation of his trilogy Wayward Pines (great read BTW). Now although Pines got a second season pickup from FOX, Chad Hodge won’t be returning to the FOX show. We get to keep him here in Wilmington.

The show stars Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto.

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TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’ Chooses Wilmington for Season One

navy-wallpapers-8Now as for the second series, Six coming from the History Channel, David Brightbill will be UPM on this one and he is “looking forward to working at home!” He is not alone. There will be quite a few folks returning home from working out of state due to the lack of productions. (Yeah, don’t even get me started about that). The latest is that Six will open offices the first week of January, get about 6 weeks of prep in and begin shooting around mid-February.

RELATED ARTICLES:
History Channel to bring ‘Six’ to Wilmywood.

Quite a few of you have asked me about casting and crew calls. There is nothing yet. I got up with our Wilmington Film Commissioner Johnny Griffin to be sure and he said that things will probably be quiet until we get past the first of the year. Johnny is optimistic about the coming year. “2016 is looking good as we are starting off with a bang so early in the year,” he said. “The response from L.A. is a positive one from this point. ”

There is quite a bit of interest in Wilmington right now, so let’s hope we can keep the momentum going!

 

TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’ Chooses Wilmington for Season One

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After posting yesterday’s news, I’ve had so many confirmations from so many folks, we’re gonna go ahead and call it! Plus, Production Weekly’s got Wilmywood as a location as well. Good Behavior is coming to Wilmington! We will see the TNT series open offices next month! Get ready to see those lighting and grip trucks lining the streets again the first week of March!! JOBS JOBS JOBS!

A huge thank you to TNT, our North Carolina writer Blake Crouch and to Chad Hodge for bringing the show here. We Wilmywood peeps appreciate your choice which benefits our local economy including our fabulous small businesses and the employment of our fabulously talented crew! Bless you!

To Michelle, Juan and the rest of the cast and producing team, we welcome you with open arms, big hugs and warm smiles. We hope you enjoy your stay!

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https://wilmywoodnc.com/2015/12/10/good-behavior-gets-a-thumbs-up-from-tnt/

https://wilmywoodnc.com/2015/12/08/how-is-2016-shaping-up-for-nc-film/

https://wilmywoodnc.com/2015/10/23/14773/

‘Good Behavior’ gets a Thumbs Up from TNT

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What we’ve been waiting for — the green glow of bright Hollywood bulbs and the smell of a sweet season pick up! The series Good Behavior, which came here in October to shoot the pilot, got a 10 episode order from TNT. So that leaves nine more episodes to go.

Good Behavior is based on the Letty Dobesh books by our NC native author Blake Crouch. Chad Hodge is the EP/Showrunner. The duo teamed up for Crouch’s other book series adaptation Wayward Pines, however, as Pines heads for a 2nd season on FOX, the network will move forward sans Hodge.

Lusia Strus & Terry Kinney  will join Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto to round up the cast list. And yeah check out the hot duo above, courtesy of Deadline/TNT.

Sarah Aubrey, EVP of original programming for TNT, told Deadline,  “We believe audiences will love watching Michelle Dockery trade in her manners for the life of a sexy, complex ex-con in Good Behavior.

We agree and can’t wait til their return! Which begs to ask that exact question: “Will they return to Wilmington?” Since I last blogged about it two days ago, I’ve been digging so hard, I’ve got blisters to prove it! I’ve been speaking with a handful of folks, I am gonna go with 90% chance of “Yes indeed!” I’m waiting to hear back from a couple more people. If that is the case, you will see offices open in January at Screen Gems. That would be awesome for the crew who worked on the pilot, many of them unemployed until a show returns to Wilmywood.

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TNT’s Good Behavior: That’s a Wrap!

GOOD BEHAVIOR – THAT’S A WRAP!

The good boys and girls will be finishing their final shots in Wilmington late, late tonight, so…Thank you to TNT along with Executive Producers Chad Hodge and North Carolina proud Blake Crouch for keeping NC film jobs rolling, for shopping at our local businesses, and for feasting at our local restaurants and on our local catering! Thanks to Michelle Dockery, Juan Diego Botto and the rest of the cast for being so kind and as the crew have said “so great to work with.”

THE WILMYWOOD DAILY – 10/16/2015 Tidbits for the week

TNT’s Good Behavior starring Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto has had some great weather for filming this week. They’ve been to Manna, Isaac’s Men’s Store, and Salt Works to name a few. Today they head to EUE/Screen Gems and trek out to Currie next week.

blakecrouchI’m gettin’ a really good feelin’ about this one. I smell a pick up! Let’s hope they return to Wilmywood if they do! Chad, Blake…are you listening? We would love to see you back here in 2016!

You know what else I am hearing? “Everyone is so nice!” From the producers to the director to the actors, I keep hearing what a great group they are to work with.

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The fundraising campaign for Cucalorus 21 has 11 days to go!  The funding supports basic needs like equipment rental and venue rental – helping Wilmington to stage one of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World,” according to MovieMaker Magazine!  You can pledge and choose your reward level. There are some great rewards ranging from festival passes to t-shirts and tote bags.  DONATE NOW

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The Low Budget Faith-based Feature Film titled Restoration will be coming to Wilmington for a big high school wrestling match scene. They need non-paid extras at Williston Middle School this Saturday the 17th. Email calebepler@gmail.com if you can work and for more details.

Finally, it’s Tim Robbins’ birthday! Let’s celebrate  by remembering The Hudsucker Proxy that was filmed right here in Wilmywood. Here’s the best scene showcasing downtown Wilmington when they filmed here in 1993. The movie was released in ’94. Enjoy the clip above!