PRLog - March 21, 2013 - BOSTON -- In an age when CGI effects and stunt doubles substitute for live-action adventure, it’s exciting to know that the next superhero franchise is going back to basics. From pre-production to post production, creator Chip Perro wants every scene of the five-film Mission Park Quinology to be as authentic as possible. “Everyone knows that current comic, sci-fi, and action movies are loaded with CGI effects that make them more cartoon than live-action.”
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Enter Lauren Williams and Jamie Szantyr, also known as Angelina Love (http://en.wikipedia.org/
From a fan’s perspective, casting is the start of the movie making process. Williams and Szantyr’s selection for this project is the first in a series of casting moves to launch real athletes in the roles of superheroes. As a life-long martial artist, Perro is sensitive to the flaws in action choreography. “Too many wires, and suddenly, you’re not watching a fight. It becomes a surreal stylized dance, and I don’t believe a moment of it.” For a series of films as hard-hitting as the Mission Park Quinology, Perro wants to make sure his cast is ready for action! The fans demand it!