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Teen Beach Movie 2 Behind the Scenes Part 1

Teen Beach Movie 2 premieres tonight on the Disney Channel
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Its a kid friendly surf musical
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I shot the original and this sequel in Puerto Rico
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This is how Disney publicity shows it
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Fun at the beach
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And maybe an interview ‘ behind the scenes ‘
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That is where we live and work – no publicity here. Just ask SuJeng.
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Luna pushes a fully dressed Alexa in the sand
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Ricky and Gilo too
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A day at the beach
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Is not always a day at the beach
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Our ‘ favorite ‘ combination -sand and saltwater
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Carlitos knows it. He’s barefoot
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Luna works in aqua socks
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Thats why PJ Gaffers in San Juan
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bought 10 3iSpreaders
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If you rent out cameras in the Caribbean, you know that one thing is certain
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The tripods are going into the sand and the surf will try to find a way to get you wet
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The trick is to keep the cameras OUT of the sand and surf
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The crews in San Juan trust their 3iSpreaders
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And finish their days at the beach

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Safe from the salt and sand. Get wet and stay dry. Trust a 3iSpreader to make your day
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Thank you for joining us for Part 1 of Teen Beach Movie 2, tune in next week for the conclusion.

3iSpreader & The Layover

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Mark Irwin CSC/ASC is shooting THE LAYOVER in Vancouver with director William H. Macy. It is a ‘road’ picture with two girls ( Alexandra Daddario and Kate Upton ) who get way laid on their vacation flight and end up in St. Louis instead of Florida. They decide┬áto make the most of their time and try a hot air balloon ride with a fellow passenger ( Matt Barr ).

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We shot at Boundary Bay Beach with a basket, gas burner and a crane ( CGI ballon to match the real one in the real St. Louis ). After the launch, we put our two Arri Alexas on a platform that was 25 feet in the air and shot coverage of the actors ‘ in flight’.

With real wind rattling the plywood deck and weight at a minimum, the 3iSpreaders on each tripod made the day’s work safe and secure. No piles of sandbags, no flimsy bungee cords, no fear of an accidental disconnection. The crew just grabbed the sticks, put them on the hairy edge of the scaffold and, when we wrapped, folded them up with the 3iSpreader securely folded up inside.

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Unlike the unhappy paparazzi ( BTW the big guy is the one who clipped Ryan Reynolds in a parking garage.

Check out some pictures below and check back www.3iSpreader.com/online for the Latest News about The Layover, and follow them on Instagram at @TheLayoverFilm

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