06.07.2015. Spy wins at the box office with 30M. This was a fun show to work in Budapest.
Melissa McCarthy's Spy came into the heat at the weekend box office, easily taking the top spot with $30 million.
The raunchy R-rated comedy reunites Bridesmaids director Paul Feig with McCarthy as a deskbound CIA agent brought into the field to stop a Bulgarian arms dealer (Rose Byrne). [READ MORE]
Several rodeo competitors appear in an original family Western movie, Wild Hearts. Wild Hearts is scheduled to air March 9 on the Hallmark Movie Channel.
Produced and written by Golden Globe-winning actor and director Ricky Schroder and his wife, Andrea, and directed by Schroder, the film also stars the couple and their four children. The coming-of-age story chronicles a renewed relationship between a professional horse wrangler who’s reunited with a sophisticated daughter he has never known. Ryan Brown, a 2003 National Finals Rodeo bull riding qualifier, handled some of Schroder’s stunts, along with California High Rodeo Association champion team roper Jordan Warrack. Among other stunt crew participants were PRCA judge, bull rider and steer wrestler Allan Jordan and PRCA steer wrestler Jeff Danoff. [READ MORE]
12.01.2012. Jeff Danoff makes Corey Eubanks Fan Page. Lot's of action in this movie.
Corey Eubanks very own production FORCED to KILL features many of the Dukes Stunt Crew. The film is not only a must see for vehicle stunt fans, but also a great film in its own right.....Jeff Danoff is the Stuntman in the van for the rollover.... [READ MORE]
12.18.2010. True Blood Stunt Crew Nominated For Outstanding Performance. Lot's of rigging and cable work.
In a world full of vampires, shifters, humans, werewolves, and other creatures, action is always abundant on True Blood. But have you ever wondered how our favorite actors survive the often bloody (good) mess that happens onscreen? Well, wonder no more truebies, because if there is anything remotely dangerous or too physically demanding happening onscreen, you’ve just gotten a glimpse of some members of the True Blood stunt crew. [READ MORE]
11.05.2010. 127 HOURS finally comes out. This was a Utah film adventure I'll never forget.
127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston's remarkable adventure to save himself after a fallen boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated canyon in Utah. Over the next five days Ralston examines his life and survives the elements to finally discover he has the courage and the
wherewithal to extricate himself by any means necessary, scale a 65 foot wall and hike over eight miles before he is finally rescued. Throughout his journey, Ralston recalls friends, lovers, family, and the two hikers he met before his accident. Will they be the last two people he ever had the chance to meet? [Courtesy: Fox Searchlight] [READ MORE]
02.06.2010. America's Most Wanted' Shoots Re-Enactments In Chula Vista. Making it as real as possible.
A high-speed chase ended in gunfire in Chula Vista Wednesday but, thankfully, it was all a part of a Hollywood re-enactment of an actual shootout that could help in the capture of several violent felons.
An "America's Most Wanted" production crew is in Chula Vista shooting re-enactments of several crimes that happened in the city several years ago. [READ MORE]
10.10.2010. A Single Man "Review".The XXX STUNT TEAM was responsible for all the action.
Like the speck of sand that seeds a pearl, it’s the tiny fleck of kitsch at the heart of “A Single Man” that makes it luminous and treasurable, despite its imperfections. An impressive helming debut for fashion designer Tom Ford, who co-wrote the script with David Scearce, pic freely adapts Christopher Isherwood’s seminal novel set in Los Angeles, circa 1962, in which a college prof (Colin Firth), grieving for his dead lover, contemplates death. Sterling perfs from a tony cast rep a selling point for the Weinstein Co. pickup, but its ripely homoerotic flavor will make finding lovers in the sticks more difficult . [READ MORE]
09.11.2009. Down in the Valley "Press Release". Edward Norton was a very good cowboy student.
While the director David was preparing the visual attack, Norton practiced at becoming a cowboy. Thell Reed was hired to work with Edward on his gun-slinging. Thell was once considered the fastest draw in the country. In the late 50's he traveled around the country displaying his gun-slinging skills as part of the Gene Autry Western Show. Edward was able to hone his already considerable riding skills and learn some roping from bronco-buster Jeff Danoff . [READ MORE]
1.10.2005. Blacktop Cowboys: Riders on the Run for Gold, by Ty Phillips. This book is about real life on the rodeo trail.
Blacktop Cowboys chronicles the 2004 rodeo season through the eyes of several steer wrestlers trying to make it back to rodeo's version of the Super Bowl, the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Las Vegas.
Steer wrestling is an adventure that entails riding into an arena at 25 mph, sliding off a horse while taking hold of a 500-pound steer, and then throwing the animal to the ground. The best cowboys often accomplish all this in less than four seconds. The two main characters of Blacktop Cowboys are Luke Branquinho, a young carefree cowboy on a quest for his first title, and his best friend, Travis Cadwell, a veteran trying to make the NFR one last time. Much of Blacktop Cowboys unfolds in trucks, trailers, arenas, behind the chutes, casinos, beds and everywhere else cowboys spend their time. By taking the reader deep into the cowboys' lives, Blacktop Cowboys offers a true and intimate portrait of men having the time of their lives while living on the road in pursuit of the dream to be the best. Check out Jeff Danoff with these guys . [READ MORE]