I keep expecting some little hiccup along the way during the creation of Mary Magdalene, but so far I keep saying how I have never worked on a project that was so productive so fast. We are now more than half-way through the narrative of the story and from Dr. Gage's perspective, we are still right in line with scripture. I keep thinking that we're going to have to do something to add to the story to spice it up a bit - make it more entertaining. But honestly, the actual story is so very interesting and entertaining by itself. When we are all done with the narrative, we will look it over and see if it needs anything - but only as long as it doesn't take away from the truth. There are some things that can be assumed based on scripture, but it's best not to guess at things. But that doesn't mean you still don't get creative. Mary was healed of 7 demons according to the gospels, but it doesn't give any details of what took place there. But there is enough in the Bible about other exorcisms that Jesus performed for us to get creative enough to tell that part of the story. And what's being told is probably the most riveting part of the movie.

I have no doubt that there will be problems during the production - there always are - so I'm a realist. However, I have nothing to complain about with the start of this production. We probably have about another week or so on the narrative. After that we are going to work on some concept art and begin the musical score by a well-known Grammy Award winning artist. We won't want to give too much away to the public, but we'll reveal what we can to all the zonuts out there. After all - you guys deserve it :)