Jenna Dewan-Tatum recently started working on her first western, 'The Legend of Hell’s Gate: An American Conspiracy', and has been really good about tweeting pics from the set.
On today’s post you can check out one of the three great photos Jenna has shared with fans over the past few days (CLICK HERE to see the other two).
This one's definitely my favorite thus far, because it shows Jen with her equally gorgeous mom who, like a trouper, pulled an all-nighter with the cast and crew when she recently visited Jenna on the Granbury, Texas set.
The Lake Country Sun is confirming that Jenna's new western will soon complete it's month long filming in north Texas. Based on her tweets, it sounds like the movie is going to be action-packed and true to it's western-era roots. She tweets...
"The scene were shooting tonight is one big gunfight, with TONS of actors! Pretty brilliant that were getting it all in 1 night...I just wanna say that bustles are amazing..insta-ass! Ladies, we gotta figure out the 2009 version."
Writer and director Tanner Beard told the Lake Country Sun that the production is currently in their third week of filming and will wrap on November 17th. They initially started off in Boerne, Texas, moved on to Possum Kingdom, and then filmed in Erath, Palo Pinto and Hood counties.
'The Legend of Hell’s Gate' is about how “Hell’s Gate” at Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas came to have it’s name and will allow fans to relive the story of how three outlaw’s expeditions and encounters through historical 1870’s Texas ended up being remembered for a lifetime.
After filming wraps, Beard told the paper that post production editing, music, and sound will take approximately four months and that the movie has an anticipated release of summer or fall of 2010.
Coincidentally, both Chan (who will complete his Roman epic 'Eagle of the Ninth' in Scotland soon) and Jenna will be wrapping up filming on their current projects about the same time, and hopefully, the newlyweds will be able to spend some well-earned quality time with family and friends stateside this Thanksgiving.