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I-25 Studios Gets a lil’ TNT

Posted by on November 19, 2010 | 2 comments
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Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip (NBC’s class of ’06-’07) makes a move, of sorts. Two of the stars of the axed show will be re-teaming for a brand spanking new TNT detective, drama series that will begin shooting in the Q next month.

The series is based on the Marshall Karp novel The Rabbit Factory. The story will follow two detectives, – “Lomax & Biggs” in their life of sleuthery, debacles and hopefully some-time debauchery, whilst navigating their way through mysteries and life as a dynamic duo.

Allan Loeb, screenwriter of the iconic, big screen sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is at the helm of the production that pairs famed Wings actor Steven Weber and member of the original Kings of Comedy actor/comedian/host D.L. Hughley as the leads.

Shooting fires-up in December at Albuquerque’s I-25 Studios, home of the AMC hit series In Plain Sight – in which Weber also appeared.

TNT, Weber, Hughley and crew (+NM job$) join current NM productions IPS and  Breaking Bad…and fill a bit of the void left by our dearly departed Scoundrels.

Welcome Gumshoes!

Casting deets to follow as they become avail…

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Your Friday Q Spot sans Audio

Posted by on November 19, 2010 | Comments Off on Your Friday Q Spot sans Audio

Tonight is the 2010 Harvest Show at Exhale Bar & Grill on 4th St. NW. Rock ‘n Roll to the sounds of the 50’s and 60’s! Fun and music of times gone by…Raffle Prizes and amazing performers! Hosted by Chaz Malibu! $5 at the door…here is the hot link!

If you’re a moderately to heavily modified lady get entered in the Miss Sinful Solstice Pageant (Tats & Piercings), coming-up at Effex Nightclub. The pageant is on Dec. 10.

Showcasing alternative bands, Fashion, Ring Acrobats, Tatts, Body Modification and PRIZES, PRIZES, PRIZES…Entry is a toy valued at least $10 or a $10 cover charge. The toy drive and fundraiser benefit children in the UNM Focus program, which cares for kids affected by drug use – That’s Dec. 10 at.

Tomorrow night is when to get registered to compete at Burt’s Tiki Lounge with the Sinful Solstice Sponsors at the DCD’s 2011 Calendar Release Party here they’ll also be drawing the name for that $300 certificate for professional INK in the Tatts for Cans drive I told you about a few weeks ago.

Get your Fall NATURE-on: This weekend is the Festival of the Cranes! Normally coyotes and cranes don’t mix, but this is just New Mexico gorgeousness that must be experienced.

Hikes and events run through Sunday Southward at the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge (and I believe you can catch Coyote all the way down).

Coming-up on Wednesday Nov. 24 Masquerade Mayhem, a sexy masquerade bash at the 405 Lounge, Downtown 4th & Central…

Bring your mask canned food and VIP tickets for the pre-bash! It’s a Thanksgiving food drive AND red carpet event, $5 entry with food donation $10 w/out, masks a must, avail at the door for $3, but do it up! Dress to impress! VIP deets, celeb guest & more info. here.

Industry Refresher: New Mexico is currently ranked #3 in all of N. America by Variety Magazine and #1 in the country for production by Movie Maker magazine.

New reports show that 43 states have created film tax credits and CT and Iowa to name a few have made unsuccessful runs at nabbing our coveted film & production industry. We still face stiff competition from TX and Louisiana + who are looking to bolster or add their own incentives…

Let’s make sure New Mexico continues to put the NM in entertainment, let’s keep informed, get involved and do check-our post on the dried-up Iowa Film Industry that boomed for the two years it was in effect and is now defunct…we may get us some Hawkeyes as a result which is welcome but we gotta keep vigilant on the tremendous strides NM has made in American and even Global production & entertainment.
FOR JOBS SAKE, go New Mexico!

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