“The Target List manages to hit the goal of any pilot – in that it leaves the viewer wanting more. It has a solid set-up and brings interesting ideas to the table, which would hopefully be explored in-depth in a full-length version of the story. With a few kinks ironed out, this could be an intriguing medical thriller.”
We are getting closer to the release date of The Target List pilot movie. As of right now, we are still looking at the film’s premiere taking place sometime in August 2021. The exact date will be announced here on NoFakeNews later this summer.
As many readers already know, this film represents a significant happening in the truther movement. Yes, The Target List story is a fictional tale based on life-saving healthcare technology. But this project represents something far bigger than a pilot movie and its production company’s attempts to procure funding from the movie industry to shoot and produce the full feature film.
The Target List is a beacon of light illuminating the darkness where illumination is not customarily welcomed. The story represents a unique opportunity to showcase publicly how many aspects of human health are routinely suppressed by what I and others refer to as big pharma.
Cinematically speaking, The Target List pilot movie offers its creators a rare opportunity to educate the masses through a fictional work about real-life happenings. More than any other time in the history of this planet — a truthful reveal of behind-the-scenes healthcare machinations is desperately needed.
I implore visitors of this website to share the news about this movie with others so that the film can be viewed broadly by a large audience.
How well a potential viewing audience receives the pilot movie will determine if and when the full feature film comes to fruition.
You can begin to help this film garner critical attention before its official release by doing the following:
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The Target List Movie – August 2021
After announcing a ground-breaking cancer cure, the four members of the research team are targeted by an assassin hired by the big pharma. Two researchers escape the attack, only to find themselves on the killer’s target list.
The Target List pilot movie is a high-energy, fast-paced medical-action-thriller about the creation of a life-saving health care instrument and big pharma’s attempt to suppress the technology.
The pilot movie is a shorter version of the full feature screenplay written by MJ Palo and John Reizer.
Tell us a bit more about you and your acting career:
Well, I graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, with a degree in theatre. I’ve acted all over Reno since I left high school, primarily in stage plays. I also write stage plays and comic scripts, the former of which was staged over a decade ago. This film would be the fifth time I’ve acted on camera and the second time with a substantive role.
When did you decide that you wanted to become an actor?
It was my Freshman year of high school in my Intro to Theatre class. I don’t really have much memory in terms of what specifically brought it about. But I do remember a growing sense of joy and love inside me the deeper I went into the theatre to the point that there was nowhere else I wanted to be than acting.
If you got to choose one movie and one character in it to portray, what would that be?
Daniel Miller in “Defending Your Life”
Did you have any formal training to become an actor?
A Bachelor’s degree in theatre from the University of Nevada, Reno. Other than that, mostly learning through performance.
What actor/actress has inspired you the most?
Tell us about your character in The Target List:
Clyde is the head scientist and inventor of the WAND project, making sure it operates as well as stated in public. He’s naturally skeptical and questioning of anyone in power, which doesn’t make him the ideal candidate to be the face of something. He comes off as someone who doesn’t like people, though in truth, he’s just selective of those he chooses to welcome into his inner workings as a person.
Are people going to relate with the character and why (even if he/she is the villain)?
I’d like to hope so, at least to the introverts watching. There’s also a sense of just trying to do good with the hand you’re dealt with that some people could easily relate to.
Do you share anything with this character?
Some bits in terms of the feels with other people.
Which three adjectives would you use to describe The Target List to a potential audience?
Intriguing, pulse-pounding, unpredictable
How would you describe your experience working on The Target List?
Thorough and very professional, with nice light moments in between. It was the first time that I left a role that I very much wanted to come back to and explore a little more if the chance arose.
Over the next few months, I will be publishing the individual interviews conducted with some of the main characters from The Target List pilot movie that will be released on Amazon Prime in late July or early August 2021.
The movie is now in post-production, where the sound design, music score, and VFX enhancements are being incorporated into the film. I have viewed the Director’s cut of the movie and was very impressed with how well everything turned out.
I have included the cast and directors’ biographies below so readers here can become acquainted with these personalities:
Andrew Arguello was born in Reno, Nevada. After High School, Andrew went on to work for the Walt Disney Company. After his time at Disney Andrew started his own production company Reno Tahoe Graphics specializing in commercial cinematography. Four years after starting RTG Andrew started Mad Wife Productions a film production company specializing in creating Feature films, Short Films, Proof of Concepts, and TV shows.
MJ is an award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer. MJ earned a Ph.D. degree in cell and molecular biology from the University of Reno and soon after found her passion in screenwriting and filmmaking. MJ started River Rose Productions in 2019 and is a co-founder of Mad Wife Productions. MJ is best known for the feature film Baby Money, short films Mommy’s Pickles and Breakfast, and award-winning web series Capture Narcos, No Virtue, and Black Eyes. MJ is a co-writer of The Target List.
John is a writer, producer, and practicing chiropractic physician. John is a former associate professor of clinical sciences at Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. John has written several short novellas. His most recent works are, Plandemic, The Visitors, Aftermath, False Memory, The Homecoming, Frequency, and The Target List. John is best known for the short film The Target List and web series No Virtue. John is a co-writer of The Target List.