Wednesday, May 11, 2011


As things are coming together for my film FIGHTING FATE, one of the most important pieces of the puzzle has been working along side me to make it happen. Porsche, or as he is known by his buddies here in Thailand, Boad, is our leading man. He was the star of Bangkok Knockout and is anxious to prove he is more than just a stunt man. Acting coach Speedy Arnold will be working to polish his dramatic presence and considering his action ability this should create something very special.

He and I are bound together by one piece of bad fate, both of our father's died of lung cancer after lives of smoking. Maybe this tragic fact has brought us together.

I think movie fans are going to see that Porsche is a talent with a very big future. His father was an action star and his mother was an actress, so he has a pedigree and understanding of the sacrifice and hard work it takes in this business.

Get ready for Porsche playing an Interpol agent who returns to Bangkok to avenge the death of his mentor. Lucky for him, his mentor's daughter is being played by Nui Kessarin.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Somluck Kamsing

It was a great honor to meet Thailand's first Olympic boxing champion Somluck Kamsing. I was scheduled to meet with Panna to discuss my film's action sequences, but when I arrived at his house I was told he's playing snooker with a friend. I had not expected it to be Somluck. Somluck is fighting a kick boxing match against John Claude Van Dam this year and I'm sure he's going to give him hell.

We also talked about him taking part in my film. If he can work it in while training for John then he's in. I think this is truly the best part of the film world, getting to meet people like Somluck, even if he takes a few baht off me on the snooker table.