Tickets for Bryan Craig’s ‘Ride’, Based on True Story of John Buultjens
General Hospital actor books new movie role.
Updated April 5, 2018: Soaps.com has learned that fans will be able to catch the world premiere screening of Bryan Craig’s film Ride at the Newport Beach Film Festival. The actor shared the movie poster on Instagram and stated, “World premiere of RIDE at the Newport Beach Film Festival. We will be in competition, and also a featured Spotlight Friday April 27th at 8pm. You can purchase tickets at the website. See you there ;).” The festival runs from April 26 through May 3. As Craig posted, get your tickets for Ride today and watch the trailer below.
On July 26, 2017, we reported that it had been announced that Bryan Craig’s film Ride had an official release date, Friday November 10. The former General Hospital actor shared a studio photo and stated, “ADR for #Ridemovie.” In the industry, ADR refers to Automated Dialogue Replacement – otherwise known as looping or a looping session. It’s when the original actor re-records dialogue after filming has taken place. This process not only reflects any changes made to the dialogue but improves audio quality as well.
Soaps.com reported on October 26, 2016 that Bryan Craig’s new film Ride is based on the true story of BMX champion John Buultjens. As a teen Buultjens was on the road to ruin before being fostered by an interracial couple. Award-winning actor/rapper Chris “Ludacris” Bridges will portray his father, who was the one who bought him his first BMX bike and put him on a path to success.
Buultjens is currently the brand manager for Haro Bikes. Watch a video of the real Buultjens celebrating his 43rd birthday last year right here on Soaps.com
Bryan Craig, who recently announced he was leaving General Hospital as Morgan Corinthos, has already booked a new gig. On October 11, 2016 the actor turned to Twitter to reveal his new project, a movie called Ride, and noted the grueling shooting schedule ahead of him. He also teased a photo of himself, which you can view below, sporting an entirely new look.
Just closed on a new project. Can't wait to share with you all 😉
— Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) October 6, 2016
Physical preparation starts today…. Gonna be a brutal 2 weeks
— Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) October 9, 2016
— Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) October 11, 2016
There is no other information on the film as of yet other than the title and that Craig will play Jack in it. Earlier this year Bryan Craig was involved in a real life car accident of his own, and on “GH” his character Morgan was presumed dead in a car explosion. Soaps.com will keep you updated when more information on this project is available.
Photo credit: Jill Johnson/JPI
Video credit: Haro Bikes, ESX Productions
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