There’s a BIG “Blade Runner” event happening at WB Studios on Saturday, June 14th and it’s for a great cause:
PAUL’S BRAIN TRUST presents:
THE ULTIMATE SCREENING OF “BLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT,” presented in stunning 2K digital projection in the state-of-the-art Steven J. Ross Theatre at the Warner Bros. Studios. That’s right: the same backlot where “BLADE RUNNER” was produced more than a quarter century ago!
Director RIDLEY SCOTT himself will be on hand for a rare Q&A, along with MANY OF “BLADE RUNNER’S” ORIGINAL COLLABORATORS. (Attending cast and crew members will be announced soon.)
We will also be auctioning (through eBay, starting on TUESDAY 6/3) TEN PREMIUM PASSES for an amazing opportunity that no serious “BLADE RUNNER” fan will be able to pass up: A PRIVATE WALKING TOUR OF THE “BLADE RUNNER” LOCATIONS on the Warner Bros. backlot, HOSTED BY RIDLEY SCOTT HIMSELF. You’ll walk the very streets where this science fiction classic was filmed! The top bidder will win A ONE-OF-A-KIND PIECE OF “BLADE RUNNER” HISTORY!
FOR MORE INFO, CLICK HERE: http://www.thedigitalbits.com/paulsbraintrust/brscreening.html
Sounds cool, huh? It’s all for Paul Prischman.
Some of you might not of heard of this talented guy on a first name basis, but many of you have reaped the rewards of his hard work. He’s one of the people responsible for some of your favorite DVD’s being produced, including:
“BLUE THUNDER: SPECIAL EDITION”
“KINGDOM OF HEAVEN” (both versions)
“GLADIATOR: EXTENDED EDITION”
and the super-cool/orgasmic box set of “The Ultimate Collectors Edition of Blade Runner.”
This is the downer: Paul has Glioblastoma Multiforme, or to us regular folk… brain cancer.
GBM is an incredibly aggressive form of cancer with a very low survival rate, The cost of this treatment – prescriptions, hospital visits, etc., has taken an enormous financial toll on the Prischmans and since Paul was the sole financial provider for his family, you will begin to understand the need for donations and events like the one above. PAUL’S BRAIN TRUST was formed to focus these efforts and raise financial support for Paul and his family.
So get off your duff and go see “Blade Runner” and support a great cause for a super cool guy/film buff extraordinaire!
For info on Paul, please go here: http://www.thedigitalbits.com/paulsbraintrust/aboutpaul.html
Now if we could only get Paul to start on the super special edition of “Mac and Me!” I’m crossing MY fingers!