Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 by Russ Fischer
Nicolai Fuglsig is an award-winning photojournalist and commercial director who created an internet sensation when he directed a commercial for Sony’s Bravia line of televisions, in which a quarter-million bouncy rubber balls were poured down San Francisco streets. In 2009 Fuglsig was linked to a futuristic Robin Hood film at Warner Bros., and he’s been attached to other features as well. None have yet come to fruition, but he’s still working towards a feature directorial gig.
His latest attachment is a film called Brass Monkey. It’s not a feature version of an early Beastie Boys song. (You make the call as to whether that’s a good thing or not.) This is a thriller set up at Paramount based on Fuglsig’s own pitch. Read More »