My 100th Blog Post (& Celebrity Friends!)

This is my 100th blog post!! Holy shit! What an amazing and blessed journey this has been! I thank you all for taking this weekly journey with me on Hollywood 101 advice and the journey I’m on to create the career I want. And what better way to mark this milestone moment than with this:

On Thursday, June 1st, I officially launched the next phase of my feature film project. I wrote a feature film script with James Franco in mind to play the antagonist. I started this journey in early November 2014. This new phase includes working with my team to get the script to him, plus a social media campaign that includes a little endorsement help from my celebrity friends.

On June 1st, the exquisite former First Lady, Michelle Obama, was the first to endorse my feature film script for James Franco on Twitter and Instagram. On Monday, June 5th, a new celebrity will endorse my feature film on Twitter and Instagram.

Twice a week, I will receive a new celebrity endorsement because they believe in my script and want James Franco to read it and attach himself to it.

Chasing The George!!!!!! Keeping it 100!

Michelle Obama endorsement

Why I Write.

Nothing
gives me more power than being able to write my own shit. The pen is
truly mightier than the sword. The keyboard is definitely mightier than
the sword.

Writing allows my voice to be heard.

Writing
gives me the opportunity to create compelling characters for myself
that Hollywood wouldn’t necessarily give to me or see me in upon first
glance. Or second glance. Or third glance. Or never. And not only can I write it, I
can shoot it as well and present the evidence to others. Okay!

Writing gives me the opportunity to create compelling characters for my friends. I want to be on set with my friends!!!

As a writer, I made myself the boyfriend.

As a writer, I made myself the boyfriend to a transgender woman.

As a writer, I made myself the guy starting life all over again in the concrete jungle of NYC.

As a writer, I
made myself the

guy who stands up against James Franco.

As a writer, I
made myself the

guy who strikes up an unconventional relationship with a teenager.

As a writer, I
made myself the

guy trying to hold it together in a family business.

As a writer, I made myself the guy who maybe, just maybe, will finally follow his gut and his heart.

As
a writer, I
made myself the

writer repped by ICM who has had wonderful success
with his first two feature film scripts, but now needs help with his
latest ones.

Writing allows me to be the things people don’t see me in, don’t want to see me in, can’t see me in, won’t consider me in, etc.

As
a writer, I can defy the stereotypes that Hollywood places on Latino
actors. I can write stories where I actually live in a beautiful home.
Where I actually have a wonderful career. Where I actually have a
college education. Where I actually have wonderful, informed conversations with
Harvey Weinstein, Guy Oseary and Megan Ellison. Where I make decisions.
Where I save the day. Where I save the world. Where I save a student. Where I save a community.

Writing means that the sky’s the limit.

Writing lets my imagination soar.

Writing allows me to show another side.

Writing allows me to be dangerous.

Writing allows me to make the world a little more colorful.

Writing allows me to play some amazing and cool fucking characters.

Amen. Amen. Amen.

My Current Mood: Picture of the writer. Phase Two of my
writing attack has begun. WGA registration, U.S. Copyright, Without A
Box writing competitions, other writing competitions, WME, UTA,
Paradigm, Innovative outflow. TV series, feature film. James Franco
screenplay deadline of April 20th.

My Current Mood: Picture
of Madonna. I’m passing through the challenges. Remember that time
when…? Because I’m having breakthroughs and the bigger ones are
coming. I’m the real motherfucking deal. Remember this face.