I had done a short film called Bent, the first short I ever did, and in that I found the kernel of a seed for this film.He’s dealing with his own fertility issues, and his wife decides to save the marriage by sleeping with a busboy at work.Are you tired of hearing the question about why there aren’t enough quality roles for women beyond their 20s?I think there are so many great roles now, partially because there's so much great television now, and so many channels.We tried our best to gather as much as we could on the information present on the public portals, but yes there are few Rangers, whose partners we weren’t able to trace-out, feel free to add their names in the comments section, and we will compile them in our post! "Now, despite the fact that this was a non-union television series and I was paid peanuts and almost died a few times because of the makeshift low-budget stunts we performed, I am forever grateful.This is where I came from." The big change came when I embraced social media, and starting doing Indiegogo to raise funding for movie projects.
Are you ready to see the hidden side of your favorite Power Ranger? Join in, we are going to reveal the real-life partners of the actors from the original Power Rangers series! A native Savannahian, Jim has been editor-in-chief of Connect Savannah for 15 years.The University of Georgia graduate is also a travel writer, authoring regional guides in the Moon handbook series...WHILE IT might be tempting to some to make snarky jokes about her previous role as Kimberly Ann Hart, the iconic Pink Power Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the truth is that Amy Jo Johnson has quietly amassed an impressive body of screen and film work in the meantime.A key supporting role as Julie in Felicity and a memorable star turn in the Disney flick Susie Q was followed by a move to Canada away from the Hollywood limelight to start a family.In between, she has steadily increased her presence as a filmmaker, and that is her role when she comes down to Savannah to screen her first feature-length film, the comedy The Space Between, a surprise hit on the festival circuit this year. Usually at film festivals, the big audience hits are either depressing message movies, or feel-good comedies. We have to figure out how to laugh all the way through things. And yet, this isn’t a woman’s story — it’s about the deeply personal odyssey of a man approaching middle age.