Check out our latest press release, it really hypes our start date which just happens to be tomorrow!
Los Angeles, CA (WEB) June 7, 2012 — BAM!Produced., LLC is excited to announce that the new web series, Bullets, begins principal photography on June 19th, 2012 in Los Angeles. Bullets’ first season, sponsored by O.N.E. Coconut Water, will consist of 6 episodes airing every other Sunday night this fall beginning September 2, 2012. The show creators are proud to have successfully raised funding for the project through Kickstarter, an online crowd funding platform, in early April and can’t thank their fans enough for the support.
Bullets is the story of Hugo and Mark, two bank employees who steal from a rich man’s account to play in an underground poker tournament. Everything spirals out of control when the account turns out to belong to a money launderer working for for the same mafia kingpin running the poker game. You have to ask: Is the buy-in worth it? “If you like Breaking Bad or the Sopranos, you’ll love Bullets. For me, the dynamic relationship pairings fuel the story in so many directions that it’s hard to like the good guys and hate the bad guys,” Bullets’ Executive Producer, Lex Edelman, noted.
The Series features award nominated actors such as Brian Majestic, an LA Web Fest Best Supporting Actor, and IAWTV Best Actor Nominee Maxwell Glick. In addition to these outstanding and recognized actors, Bullets stars YouTube sensation Sam Proof, boasting over 8 million viewers on his YouTube channel, also, Ed Morrone, Dave Baez, Clint Keepin, Zach Silverman and more. Bullets show creators are also proud to announce a cameo performance from Poker Pro Chad Brown, Bluff Magazine’s 2006 Player of the Year and a truly great addition to the show.
When asked about what he is most ready for and most nervous about, Writer-Director Ty Leisher noted, “I’m really excited to tell the parallel stories of how all these characters relate to one another. Relationships are the backbone to Bullets, and I’m really excited to tell how every character handles the situations they get into.”
A six-episode digital series, Bullets feels real to life with a cast the audience can relate to. Thematically organized around the game Texas Hold’em, the show seeks to reveal a larger, more complex, portrait of the underground world of poker and the social layering of the people behind the action. “I’m very anxious to see how an audience will react to some of the creative storytelling choices I’ve made,” Ty said.
Starting Sunday, September 2nd, 2012 at 6pm PST the show can be seen on the show’s site (www.BulletsTV.com). For exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes footage from all aspects of production, fan quizzes and more check out www.BulletsTV.com. Sign up for our newsletter and like us on Facebook to help support the show.