Santa gave Wyatt a Flip camcorder for Christmas, and it's turned out to be one of the best gifts ever. The Flip is digital, simple, and straightforward, and it costs less than a Nintendo DS, which is what Wyatt was really lobbying for, but leaves certain parents feeling like they've just plugged their kid into The Matrix. Tempting, but hard to do w/a clear conscience.
Watching the boys make movies is endlessly entertaining to me on several levels. The recurring themes are SWAT, alien/monster attacks, mysterious disappearances, and government conspiracies. Lots of guns and some choreographed fight scenes.
As writer/director/actor, Wyatt has been given a natural focus for his inherent bossiness. At first, I thought Griffin would be the DeNiro to Wyatt's Scorsese, but I'm starting to see a little more Herzog-Kinski volatility between them.
The whole house is a giant set, and we've got lots of wardrobe, & even an animal wrangler (me).
Speaking of The Matrix...
A break in the action.
With a name like Harry and that navy blazer, I'm guessing he's producing this one.
The Werewolf awaits his cue...
"Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."