This past weekend saw a light-hearted photoshoot for the official Workaholics Anonymous poster, marking the final stage of preparation for the film's festival package.
"We obviously wanted the poster to capture the quirkiness of the film," said Producer Allison Freitas, "but we spent a lot of time coming up with a design that will pop out at the festivals."
The design will also carry over to the DVD and soundtrack artwork, mini postcards, and many other publicity materials. "This is the last piece of the puzzle," said Robert Bartolome. "We want to have everything completely set and ready to ship in three weeks, when we'll be able to announce some premiere dates and all the fun stuff."
Look for posters, soundtrack, and other merchandise at the film'sstore page, starting next month! And stay tuned for release information in three weeks.
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Davidson O. Calfee grew up in Falmouth, a small beach town on Cape Cod, MA.
He created films with his young friends and even startled the Falmouth Police Swat Team (1994) after filming a 'Mob' scene at the local Dunkin Donuts.
"It's not real, we're just filming a movie..." Davidson kept telling the Falmouth Police.
He's participated in the popular movie "Paul Blart's Mall Cop", starring Kevin James as a mall shopper.
You may see him running around frantic while the ‘bad guys’ shut down the mall, filmed at the Burlington Mall.
AND..."Bride Wars," Starring Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway, was filmed in Boston last spring and hit the big screen January 9th, 2010.
Try to find Davidson, playing the role of Kate Hudson's co-worker, in the scene when Kate is proposed to in their office. Davidson looks on to congratulate Kate in the upper left-hand corner of the big screen.