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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

NewTeeVee: lonelygirl15 Gives Fans the Show

lonelygirl15 Gives Fans the Show


While pilots were self-funded, the selected series would go on to receive financial support from EQAL and become a part of the mythology’s official canon — 18 fan-created concepts of various quality were submitted, and this Monday, the creators selected the pilot for LG15: The Misfits, produced by Jenni Powell and Logan Rapp, which features two former cast members of LG15 rejoining the fight against the Order.


Go read the entire article at the link above. Its an awesome write-up
Discussion on Anchor Cove: http://forum.anchorcove.net/viewtopic.php?p=12628#p12628

7 comments:

  1. I bet this seems weird to a reader who isn't part of the community. The winning series features two former cast members? How did that get pulled off?

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  2. The community were told they were allowed to use characters. Since the ones that won were in Los Angeles and got to know the actors, they pulled them in.

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  3. "the selected series would go on to receive financial support from EQAL"

    Holy Batman. Now they tell us!!!!!

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  4. MM,
    They're getting $436 a video and free orange Slurpees during filming.

    I bet SAG can't get that kind of deal from the studios.

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  5. Maybe SAG should hire the 436 to represent it.

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  6. Anon said: "The community were told they were allowed to use characters. Since the ones that won were in Los Angeles and got to know the actors, they pulled them in."

    Well, yeah...I know that. I'm just saying that it must seem weird to someone who simply stumbled upon this article while browsing NewTeeVee. To think that community members have access to characters without knowing the whole story is kind of a hard concept, I'd imagine.

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  7. *access to actors

    No one has access to abstract personalities that actors portray. That's illogical. Excuse me.

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