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EXCLUSIVE: Behind-the-scenes photos from Blood Out, starring Luke Goss!

by: Eric Walkuski
Dec. 9, 2010

We’d like to bring your attention to a movie that seems very capable of kicking all our asses next year. It’s an old-school revenge thriller called BLOOD OUT, and it features an ensemble that should certainly have y’all salivating: Luke Goss (also soon to be seen in DEATH RACE 2), Val Kilmer, Vinnie Jones, Tamer Hassan, Ed Quinn, hottie AnnaLynne McCord and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. You know you want to see this…

Producer-Director Jason Hewitt was kind enough to furnish us with these exclusive stills you see; they give you a behind-the-scenes look at actor Luke Goss being directed by Hewitt for a couple of the flick’s many sequences of gut-punching action.

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Blood Out set to begin filming

Blood Out set to begin filming


May 7, 2010

It’s turning out to be a bright summer considering all the stars headed this way. The latest group of actors to grace the capital city include Val Kilmer, Luke Goss, Vinnie Jones and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, who will be in Baton Rouge shooting Blood Out for the next few weeks.

Filming begins Monday, May 10, according to director Jason Hewitt, whose Films in Motion is based in Baton Rouge.

“We are excited about shooting here,” Hewitt said. “It means I can sleep in my own bed … but seriously … Baton Rouge is a very film-friendly place and we couldn’t be happier with help from the city, the police department and the neighborhoods we’ll be in.”

Hewitt said the movie will include a big chase scene filmed downtown Baton Rouge La, with more scenes filmed near the Garden District.

The movie’s plot is thick with intrigue, action and suspense.

Blood Out is the story of proverbial good cop Michael (Goss) who goes undercover in the violent gang world to seek justice for his younger brother, David, who was murdered by members of his own gang. David had been trying to escape their world of crime so he could marry the beautiful Anya (Diora Baird). David was killed as a way of enforcing the gang’s mantra: “blood out.”

Along the way, Michael encounters a human trafficking ring and a villanous international gang leader named Arturo (Kilmer).

Eventually, he is forced into a battle between good and evil, Hewitt said.

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