LAST MAN FALLING (In Development Reality Television Show)
A Branded Maverick Production
Concept by/Executive Producer: Scott Damian
Directed by: Rich Warren
Filmed and Edited by: Aaron Mendez
We’re looking for the next best stuntman, and we will find him or her in “Last Man Falling”: an exciting, high-octane reality show that takes stunts and movie making to the ultimate level.
How does John Rambo leap off a 50-foot cliff? How does the Batmobile glide with precision down the streets of Gotham? How does Indiana Jones jump and swing over a 200-foot abyss?
These sequences are performed by skilled professionals that dedicate their lives to capture that one second of realism in the face of danger. Stuntmen must train to be the best, and there is no room for mistakes, because one false move can result in death. The stunt business is a tough and competitive world, where training and sacrifice is crucial. So how does an up-and-coming stuntman get a chance to be the best? How does the unknown prove himself/herself worthy enough to have that one shot of glory in the world of stunts?
Welcome to “Last Man Falling,” a new, innovative one-hour, 13-episode reality show that introduces the best of the best of unknowns to the world of stunts.
The show is simple: you have a panel of five stunt professionals that will audition thousands of eager unknowns. From these unknowns, our panel selects twenty-two amateur stuntmen and stuntwomen. These contestants move to Hollywood where they compete in various stunts challenges. These stunt challenges are the recreation of a famous action scene. Two contestants are eliminated per week by our panel due to their personality, perseverance, and performance, until the grand finale…where one man or one woman is left standing, or falling.
The reward: $100,000 towards the winner’s newly found career, and a contracted-stunt role on a highly commercial film or television show.
“Last Man Falling” is a mixture of human drama, personal triumphs, and action packed scenarios that will keep audiences watching every week. But most importantly, the show teaches us the disciplines and sacrifices that come with being the best—no matter what our dreams may be.