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Well the website is finally update with a new look and more concise content! I hope you like it. And I invite you to visit the Contact page and fill out the Feedback Form if you haven’t already! Let me know what you really think! LOL!

Ok I also have to apologize for not keeping up with the blog. Although I anticipate being a lot more busy in the coming months, I will be making more regular entries. Sad that the last entry was my honest and realistic review of a movie that I cannot believe was as successful at the box as it was – and now finally part two of part two is about to be released! And although I didn’t read any reviews before I saw “Dead Man’s Chest”, I have seen some short ones already and it looks to be only somewhat better then part one of part two! But I will still make my own judgments as I am still hoping it will give more then the last and be like the first. But I can assure you I WILL NOT see it opening weekend. I do not want to contribute to it’s opening day and weekend results because the last one so disappointed me. I was glad that “Spiderman 3” whoop it’s butt in the opening day and weekend totals! ANd I so hope that Pirates part 3, no I mean part two of part two, doesn’t cross the bar Spidey just did!

OK the new blog entries will contain reviews when they hit me either really good or really bad and I have to. They will also contain entries that talk about film productions, styles and the like. And lastly but far from least they will be updates with the company and our films, namely the short “Glacial Breeze” which we will be shooting as soon as the funds are secured. Once complete it will kick off our promotional tour at the film fests and the PR work so that everyone who is anyone in Hollywood will know who “Abilities United Productions” is and what we do! They will know that Abilities United is the home for Hollywood with disabilities and that we bring and honest and authentic looks to our films that feature characters and actors with a disability!

This is an exciting time because we are starting to see more characters in Hollywood films that have a mobility disability as we focus on. Cameron’s “Avatar” and the recent release of “The Ex” which I will comment on in another entry. But this is a perfect time for us to position ourselves as the Premier motion picture and television production company that features characters and people with a disability. Look out Hollywood – here we come! 

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