Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Corner Gas - The Movie

Saskatchewan shipped a lonely, wooden grain elevator to #Toronto to promote the film spectacular that will surely open next year's tiff: Corner Gas - The Movie. Stars Eric Peterson (Oscar) and Tara Spencer-Nairn (Constable Pelly) showed up last Friday for a Sing-A-Long and sign autographs. The elevator and the karaoke singing will play during the credit sequence in the movie which is being distributed by Prairie Pants Distribution Inc and was based on a sitcom created by Brent Butt.
I am going to cut down the back forty and bring the grain in and see if they will store it in the elevator. The structure will remain in place beside Much Music/CTV at Queen and John Streets from September 13, 2014 in parallel with the film festival. The song everyone will be singing on the red carpet is the Corner Gas theme song 'Not A Lot Goin' On' written by Craig Northey and Jesse Valenzuela. The old style grain storage building really makes the area look like little Dog River.
"We're really excited to give fans this last chance to be part of Corner Gas: The Movie," said executive producer,Virginia Thompson. "I encourage anyone with a voice – good or not so good – to take part. Everyone sounds great when they're part of a chorus, and it will make the end credits of the film a great deal of fun!"

"Corner Gas: The Movie was shot in Saskatchewan from June 22 to July 22, 2014. The 90-minute feature film will be delivered to Canadians as a national event on multiple platforms in December. The first-ever release strategy of its kind, the film will open with a Cineplex Front Row Centre Events theatrical debut across Canada, followed by premieres on The Movie Network, CTV, and The Comedy Network, and complemented by a special collector's edition DVD available for purchase before the holidays."

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