A Multi-Million Dollar Movie Project On A Shoe-String Budget

It’s Never Been Done Before! Five Epic Superhero Movies, Made By An Independent Massachusetts Film Production Company!
Chip Perro: Screenwriter & Director
Chip Perro: Screenwriter & Director
Nov. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Creating a multi-million dollar film franchise on a shoestring budget is a challenge, but for the last four years, that is exactly what Massachusetts filmmaker, Chip Perro has been working to produce. In 2010 Perro produced and released the first movie in his superhero franchise, Mission Park: The Hero Complex, where he introduced five new superhero characters. Perro’s next set of five movies (cumulatively titled: The Mission Park Quinology) will be a superhero extravaganza, with each film featuring a solo adventure of a Mission Park superhero character from the first film. Perro plans to release all five movies in one action-packed summer. “It’s going to be a live action comic book event!” says Perro, “A huge story spanning hundreds of characters.”

The excitement of new stories drives this 28-year-old filmmaker, and at heart, Perro considers himself a storyteller. A fan of the sci-fi/superhero/action genres, Perro has felt the disappointment of fans following modern day superhero myths, only to read and re-read the same origin stories in multiple continuities. The Mission Park world has only one continuity, and every story is fresh and new. Perro also coined the term “Media Crossing”, and introduced the concept to his work. Media Crossing is the keeping of continuity between different medias like comic books, web video, TV and movies. Every aspect of the Mission Park story is connected, and news, comics, video and pulp fiction related to Mission Park is tied together and updated at the Perro Worldwide Comics website. For more information visit http://www.perroworldwide.com and http://www.missionparkmovie.com.

Mission Park (2010) was an ultra-low-budget movie, primarily filmed on a 25-foot-green-screen in Perro’s garage, and it serves as a silver age starting point for a new team of superheroes. “The goal was to tell a simple team-up story that introduced the major characters.” The silver age tone was no accident. “Most superheroes have far more lighthearted beginnings,” explains Perro, “we wanted to do that, but at the same time, keep all the edge of modern storytelling.” The script is a surprising blend of rough dialog and larger than life characters. Perro specifically planned for the first film to be a stylized project with a unique animated 2-D look for two reasons. First, he needed to cope with his almost non-existent budget, and second, he wanted to create a movie that looked like a comic book on the big screen. Using Final Cut Pro and Cinema 4D to edit the project, Mission Park has several special features that include a car chase, an exploding head, some martial arts action and lots of gunfire.

As the pre-production phase of the Mission Park Quinology moves towards the production phase, Perro is also producing the PWC Hero Cast Audition, chronicling the casting process for the Quinology. The inception of the Mission Park movies, from initial casting, to full-scale production, and final editing is being carefully preserved. Superhero fans won’t be left in the dark with the development and execution of this exciting new franchise. The ground floor for the next big thing has arrived!
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Tags:Superhero Movie, Comic Book, Silver Age Comics, New Superhero Franchise, Quinology
Industry:Entertainment, Movies
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