On Wed. May 18th local filmmakers, actors, and entertainment professionals from the Philadelphia region will gather at Chubby Balboa’s Sports Bar & Grille(Glen Mills, PA) to celebrate the launch of the trailer for Game Over.
The all-ages trailer launch party starts at 5pm with ½ off appetizers, $3 “Turbo-Max Shots”, and 25cent wings all-night long! The party includes a Gamer Competition at 8pm, a Costume Contest at 9pm (dress as your favorite GEEK), and three exclusive screenings of the Game Over trailer (7pm, 9pm, 11pm). There will be raffle prizes and giveaways all night long from such sponsors as TastyKake, Rockstar Games, Season’s Pizza, Earth & State, Bawls Energy Drinks, Fan Gamer, Quay Vodka, Cheesesteak Tees, and more.
Donations will be collected at the door with all proceeds, as well as a percentage of food sales going towards the production and pay-roll costs for Game Over. Online Donations can be made via pay-pal to GameOverCasting@Gmail.com
Game Over is a comedic series following the antics and aggravations of five employees and their boss at a strip-mall video game store. Executive produced, created, and directed, by Sun Valley High AlumDave Bullis (’03), the series is based on Bullis’ first-hand experience as a video game store employee in Delaware County. The pilot episode was shot last month at Aston’s new Sun Center Studios, making Game Over the very first pilot to be produced at the new multi-million dollar entertainment complex.
Bullis enlisted fellow Sun Valley Alums; Chris Pierdomenico (’04), Joey DiCamillo (’03), and Leah Cevoli (’92) to assist with production duties. These four filmmakers/actors have over 30 years combined experience in the entertainment industry, including high-profile credits such as HBO’s Deadwood, Fox’s My Name Is Earl, and Cartoon Network’s Robot Chicken.
Rounding out the group of Sun Valley Alums, are cast members Will Ball (’05) and Playboy Model Tammy Jean (McMullin) (’00), both of whom have extensive experience on-stage and screen, and bring enormous talent to the project.
The series stars Kenneth J. McGregor (X-Men) and also features Philadelphia actor Brian Anthony Wilson (The Wire), along with newcomers Steve Underwood, Robb Stech, and Jamie Richard.