By Air Hollywood
October 16, 2004
LOS ANGELES, CA – Air Hollywood will provide a 120 ft. wide-body airplane mockup to Dreamworks and Wes Craven’s Red Eye for production of the aviation-horror feature film. The film is scheduled to shoot onboard Air Hollywood’s set from November 2004 through January 2005. Although Air Hollywood has teamed with Dreamworks on several previous projects such as Surviving Christmas and The Terminal, none have been as involved as this one.
“We are excited to work with Wes Craven and Dreamworks on this project because it puts us on the map for another major studio,” said Talaat Captan, President of Air Hollywood. Air Hollywood has serviced other notable studio projects for similar engagements such as MGM’s Soul Plane, Disney’s A Lot Like Love, 20th Century Fox’s Just Married and Paramount’s Elizabethtown. Filming will begin in late November and carry through the middle of January 2005.
About Air Hollywood Air Hollywood is a Los Angeles based studio that specializes in aviation-themed production services, including a 200-foot long airport terminal standing set, several commercial airplane interiors, executive jet mockups, cockpits, props and stock footage. To learn more about Air Hollywood’s services, please visit www.airhollywood.com.