Not sure how much you know about alligator reproduction, but Misha and I know a lot. We’re almost experts at it. Specifically, we know that when a she-alligator is ready to drop, she lays something like 40 eggs at a time. This isn’t because alligators like having a lot of kids; rather, over the course of the last 200 million years, alligators have come to understand that most of their babies will be eaten before they’re old enough to really do anything.
So it is with independent filmmakers, which is why we generally license our music to several films each year and, with all due respect to the auteurs, never expect any of them to make it out of the swamp.
It was therefore a pleasant surprise to hear that Saturday Morning got picked up by Vivendi Entertainment, which is one of the six companies that control pretty much everything in the world.
We have to confess that we haven’t actually seen the film, but according to Amazon.com:
- It stars Joey Piscopo, whose demo reel is second only to that of Sarah Skeeters;
- It has our music in it;
- It’s “fun for both men and women.”