On the lot

After record voting, Will Bigham has won the million dollar movie deal with Dreamworks Pictures over other finalists Jason Epperson and Adam Stein on the reality TV series On The Lot.

On winning, Will said “First and foremost, I want to thank God. That’s the reason we’re all here. I want to thank this guy down here, Jason. We’ve been through this together the whole time, I’m proud of him. Just thank you to everybody, everybody in this competition, actors, filmmakers, you are all amazing, and I cannot wait to work with you again. I really cannot, so thank you. Last but not least, I would like to thank my family because they have supported me a lot, and now I’ll get to support them.”

Will was then taken to Dreamworks Pictures where he met his new boss, Steven Speilberg, and handed the keys to his new office.

Three empty chairs sit on a red carpet while Adrianna Costa tells us that tonight, the three finalists are about to entertain us one final time for our vote before the winner is announced next week in the Season Finale of On The Lot.

Adrianna tells the anxious four directors Sam Friedlander, Jason Epperson, Will Bigham and Adam Stein that last night it was the biggest public vote yet. She reads out three names who have made it. Will Bigham, Adam Stein and Jason Epperson which mean Sam Friedlander has been cut at the last hurdle.

This is their final chance to prove that they are worthy of the $1 million contract with Dreamworks.

They each have to pick two movies that best represented them.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here by themselves to judge this week.

Personally, I think Adam’s movies were by far the best of the three directors that are left in the competition.

Here are the encore movies:

Jason Epperson
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Eternal Waters

Sweet

Will Bigham
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Glass Eye

The Yes Men

Adam Stein
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Dough The Musical

Army Guy

Carrie Fisher thinks that Will Bigham is her favourite while Gary Marshall’s tip is Jason Epperson. I’m not convinced that they were being legitimate. Adam should win it as he is clearly in a different league.

Another magical night at the movies awaits but first up it’s time to find out who went home.

The two directors with the fewest number of votes were Sam and Zach. Leaving the lot though is Zach Lipovsky.

The early favourite to win, Zach will be missed by everyone.

This week, everyone is making a movie based on the log line “A man wakes up and rolls out of bed and finds himself in a dress but can’t remember what happened the night before”.

Carrie Fisher is here again and Gary Marshall is back along with guest director Gary Gray to judge tonight’s movies.

First up to premiere their film this week is Will Bigham. His film is called The Yes Men.
To Vote for Will’s film:
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Sam Friedlander is next with his short film Dress for Success.
To Vote for Sam’s film:
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Adam Stein is next with his film The Army Guy.
To Vote for Adam’s film:
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Jason Epperson is last with his film Oh, Boy.
To vote for Jason’s film:
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Carrie’s favourite movie was once again Adam’s, Both Gary’s also pick Adam’s move as their favourite.

Next week, three directors will face off in the Season Finale of On The Lot.

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! It’s road week On The Lot.

The director with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show and leaving the lot was Andrew although Zach came pretty close. Everyone is making a movie this week around being on the road. Jason Epperson had the most votes after last week and gets to direct Jerry O’Connell.

Carrie Fisher is here along with Penny Marshall who is filling in Gary along with guest director Gary Ross.

First up to premiere their film this week is Adam Stein. His film is called Driving Under the Influence.
To Vote for Adam’s film:
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Sam Friedlander is next with his short film Backseat Driving Test.
To Vote for Sam’s film:
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Zach Lipovsky is next with his film The Bonus Feature Two.

To Vote for Zach’s film:
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Jason Epperson is next with his film The Move starring Jerry O’Connell.
To vote for Jason’s film:
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Finally it’s Will Bigham with his short film is called Road Rage 101.
To Vote for Will’s film:
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Carrie’s favourite movie was once again Adam’s, Penny’s favourite was Sam’s and Gary liked Adam’s.

Next week the results will be in as well as the final four director’s movies inspired by the winner of the America’s Choice Logline Challenge. The Logline is “A man wakes up and rolls out of bed and finds himself in a dress but can’t remember what happened the night before”.

The two directors with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show and leaving the lot were Kenny and Mateen although it was pretty close between Mateen and Sam. Everyone is making comedy this week, with a hint of romance and in four weeks one of them will win that deal with Dreamworks. Will it be Sam Friedlander, Zach Lipovsky, Andrew Hunt, Jason Epperson, Adam Stein or Will Bigham?

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again along with guest director Brad Silberling.

First up to premiere their film this week is Zach Lipovsky. His film is called The Bonus Feature.

To Vote for Zach’s film:
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Adriana tells us that next week the surviving directors will tackle America’s love affair with the automobile and that the director with the highest number of votes will get to have actor Jerry O’Connell acting in their movie.

Next up is Adam Stein. His short film is called Girl Trouble.
To Vote for Adam’s film:
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Will Bigham is next with his short film Unplugged.
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Andrew Hunt is next with his film The Keep Off Grass.
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Sam Friedlander is next with his film American Hoe.
To vote for Sam’s film:
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Jason Epperson is last with his film Old Home Boyz.
To vote for Jason’s film:
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Carrie’s favourite movie was Adam, Brad’s favourite was Jason and Gary can’t decide between either Will or Andrew.

Next week the results will be in as well as the final five director’s movies on the lot.

The two directors with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show and leaving the lot were Shalini and Hilary. This week, making action films are Andrew, Kenny, Mateen, Sam and Jason.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again along with Antoine Fuqua.

First up to premiere their film this week is Sam Friedlander. His film is called Key Witness.
To Vote for Sam’s film:
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Next up is Jason Epperson. His short film is called Sweet.
To Vote for Jason’s film:
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Andrew Hunt is next with his short film Zero2Sixty.
To Vote for Will’s film:
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Kenny Luby is next with his film The Losers.
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Mateen Kemet is last with his film Catch.
To vote for Mateen’s film:
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Next week the results will be in as well as romantic comedy movies by five of the remaining directors on the lot.

The director with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show and leaving the lot was Shira-Lee Shalit. This week, 5 of the directors will be making films from their own imagination from the phrase “When Two Worlds Collide”. Will, Hilary, Shalini, Adam and Zach have 5 days to produce their films but the stakes are higher as next week, two directors will be eliminated.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again along with Luke Greenfield.

First up to premiere their film this week is Zach Lipovsky. His film is called Time Upon a Once.

To Vote for Zach’s film:
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Next up is Hilary Graham. Her short film is called The Legend of Donkey Tail Willie.
To Vote for Hilary’s film:
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Will Bigham is next with his short film Spaghetti.
To Vote for Will’s film:
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Shalini Kantayya is next with her film First Sight.

To Vote for Shalini’s film:
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Adam Stein is next with his film Worldly Possession.
To vote for Adam’s film:
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Next week the results will be in as well as action movies by the remaining directors on the lot.

The director with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show and leaving the lot was David May. This week, 6 of the directors will be making horror films. Jason, Kenny, Andrew, Sam, Mateen and Shira-lee had 5 days to produce their films.

Will Bigham’s Nerve Endings had the most number of votes from last week.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again along with Eli Roth.

First up to premiere their comedy film this week is Kenny Luby. His film is called The Malibu Myth.
To Vote for Kenny’s film:
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Next up is Sam Friedlander. His short film is called Discovering the Anklebiters.
To Vote for Sam’s film:
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Andrew Hunt is next with his short film Midnight Snack.
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Jason Epperson is next with his film Eternal Waters.
To Vote for Jason’s film:
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Shira-Lee Shalit is next with her film Open House.
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Mateen Kemet is last with his film Profile.
To vote for Mateen’s film:
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Next Monday the results will be in as well as movies based on the phrase “when two world’s collide” by the remaining directors on the lot.

The director with the fewest number of votes from last week’s show was Jessica Brillhart. This week, 6 of the directors will be making comedies. Will, Hillary, Adam, Shalini Zach and David had 5 days to produce their films.

The remaining 6 will be screening their Horror movies next week.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again and are being joined by Mark Waters as the guest judge on tonight’s show.

First up to premiere their comedy film this week is Shalini Kantayya. Her film is called Doctor In-Law.
To Vote for Shalini’s film:
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Next up is Adam Stein. His short film is called Discovering the Wheels.
To Vote for Adam’s film:
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Will Bigham is next with his short film Nerve Endings.
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Hilary Graham is next with her film Under the Gun.
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David May is last with her film How to Have a Girl.
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Zach Lipovsky is last with his film Die Hardly Working.
To vote for Zach’s film:
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The judges picks were unanimous with them all picking Zach’s film Die Hardly Working as their favourite.

Next Tuesday the results will be in as well as 6 horrors by 6 of the remaining directors.

Adrianna Costa tells Marty Martin that he’s the one that’s been eliminated this week before we get into the next five movies from the remaining directors.

Carrie Fisher and Gary Marshall are here to judge again and are being joined by Wes Craven

First up to premiere their short film this week is Will Bigham. His film is called Glass Eye.
To Vote for Will’s film:
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Next up is Jason Epperson. His short film is called Blood Born.
To Vote for David’s film:
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Zach Lipovsky is next with his short film Sunshine Girl.
To Vote for Zach’s film:
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Mateem Kemet is next with his film Lost.
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Jessica Brillhart is last with her film The Orchard
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The judges picks were unanimous with them all picking Zach’s film Sunshine Girl as their favourite.

Next Tuesday the results will be in as well as 6 comedies by 6 of the remaining directors.