On Wednesday, August 24, I traveled to Los Angeles for an event that I will be forever grateful for. Several months ago I was contacted by two L.A. based stand up comics and fans (Ezra Edmond and Wilder Shaw.) They pitched me an idea for an event that could potentially help raise money for the production of The Waterman Movie. Their idea was to have a one night only stand up comedy event featuring some of the funniest comics that California had to offer. “Stand Up For The Waterman Movie” was born, and it was a massive success in more ways than one. Read more about the trip after the jump. (READ ON)
Take a sneak peek at the newly re-designed character models for The Waterman Movie. View more 360 degree turnarounds after the jump. (READ ON)
If you missed our live event on Vokle.com, you missed a very big announcement. The Waterman Movie is now officially in production and has been in production for several months!
Though no one has stepped forward to make a substantial donation towards the project (aside from the generous contributions from our fans,) it means so much to me that I give Leslie another opportunity to make people laugh, that myself along with the talented animators at CJC Entertainment, have agreed to produce the movie with the equipment we have.
With that said, we continue to seek financial support for things like new hardware and studio time. All things that would increase the speed and ease of production and get this movie to your looking balls faster.
Continue to check back for more movie updates and to donate click DONATE.
The story behind this film’s development is one of both triumph and heartbreak. More after the jump. (READ ON)
We are thrilled to announce that after much negotiation, IndustryWorks Pictures has offered to become the international distributor of The Waterman Movie!
IndustryWorks is an International Production and Sales Company based in Canada. They work to produce and distribute quality films that appeal to creative and mainstream audiences on an international level. They develop unique strategies for each picture, drawing upon their production, development and distribution experience. More information after the jump. (READ ON)
Brent Tilton and Matt Synowicz created two beautiful poster designs for The Waterman Movie based on a concept by creator Bryan Waterman. Brent has a dark and unique design style which brought an intense realism to his design which was created using pen, pencil and water colors. Matt has an awesome, cartoonish style and (in our opinion) many of his recreations of famous characters are better than the originals. To view more work by Matt and Brent, visit The Art of Matt Synowicz and Cheshirepus.com. See both poster designs after the jump.
Dear People of the World,
I’m very happy to announce that with the help of the design wizards behind IntrActv, the all new Waterman Studios website is now live! Like most of you (all of you,) I too feel that an update is long overdue. However, I can assure you that with the amount of content that we have painstakingly crammed onto this new it’s going to be difficult to leave without feeling thoroughly updated.
We’d love to hear what you think of the new site, so please feel free to either comment below or email us using our Contact page. What do you like? What don’t you like? What would you like to see more of? All constructive feedback is welcome.
Enjoy your visit!
The popular comedy podcast, Almost Everything, has finally returned to the web-waves with a brand new third season. Lifelong friends, Bryan Waterman and Chris Barnhill tackle everything from current news, to who’s Dad would win in a fight to the death. With hilarious segments like Chris’ Question, Must See, and the always unpredictable Fan Mail, this series is sure to leave you laughing. The new season of Almost Everything, can be found on the Distractions page.