"BLUE" the original screenplay is now being brought to the big
screen. Written, produced and directed by J. Brian King, this psycho thriller takes place on the back roads in the Everglades,
a very familiar territory to the native Miamian.
Kenny Miller stars as Johnny, the proprietor of a desolate roadhouse in the middle of nowhere, which holds the haunting
secret to decades of un-solved missing persons cases.
Kenny Miller is one of Hollywood's most enduring stars, beginning his career as a teen idol in the Fifties. His film
career spans Orson Welles', "Touch of Evil", Cecil B. De Mille's, "The Bucaneer", directed by Anthony Quinn, and in which,
Miller acted in several scenes with star Charlton Heston.
Among his film credits are "Going Steady", "This Rebel Breed", "The Young Guns", "Surf Party", "Running Wild", "The Little
Shepherd of Kingdom Come", and the cult favorite, "I Was aTeenage Werewolf", starring Michael Landon.
In an award-winning role, Kenny Miller co-starred in the ABC Television movie, "Night Train", episode of "B.L. Stryker",
starring Burt Reynolds.
Renew Your License... To Kill
Blue witnesses the shotgun murder of his mother by a policeman as a young child, only to grow up and become a rogue Alligator
County Sheriff who takes his vengeance out on unsuspecting motorists on a lonely stretch of road. Alice, an un-seasoned FBI
agent gets caught in his web in this spider and Fly psycho thriller that takes you deep into the black holes of Florida's
Everglades. Johnny (Kenny Miller) holds the dark, forbidden secret that un-leashes the spell as the killer cop finally meets
click here to read "BLUE" screenplay
Other properties in development at Sun King Studio
|"PLANTING NICKELS" 2008
An original screenplay by J. Brian King ©2008
shining of the shadow years
Click to play "Planting Nickels" Trailer
Lingering in a dust bowl the old man wants for the taste of his childhood memories as he taps a nickel with the back
edge of a silver spoon slowly, methodically shaping it into a flat edge. He still wears the ring on a tattered piece of leather
around his neck hand-made from a buffalo head nickel, donated from his coin collection that appeared from time to time, the
cardboard edged worn from touching , almost caressing the indented folds on each page displaying the shiny treasures of years
He has been seen in the not so neon small town casinos playing the nickel machines more for the company of strangers than
the gambling fever that has taken so many before him.
There were happy days,until that fateful morning when his younger brother climbed up that four foot embankment surrounding
the steel trestles and planted some nickels on the tracks, but never came back.
Now in his shadow years, the old man's search for the scene of the crying shame is his only passion. He wanders aimlessly
up and down the roads paralleling the maze of scattered railroad tracks, like varicose veins on the tumbleweed floor. His
fading memory comes and goes like an old AM radio between filling stations, but still he moves forward, sometimes sideways,
sometimes back around. Learning to be still, he finally rests in this heavenly place in the desert, alone but not deserted.
Then came the screams.
Sometimes the hunger, just won't leave him alone. Hunger is not alaways something you see on a plate or sitting before
you, or next to you, Sometimes hunger can't be seen at all. But it's there- it's always there.
Only a few candle light years away, he is now near the end of his self-inflicted bojangle journey into desolation. But
in his heart, he knows it could have been different.
An original screenplay by J. Brian King © 2007
Tagline: Life after Death over coffee, whiskey and
Capsule: Marilyn and Elvis have a chance meeting in an all night diner and talk about life after death over coffee, whiskey
and cheeseburgers, revealing personal dreams, wishes and fears.
|After Blow movie poster
"AFTER BLOW" An original screenplay by J. Brian King
CAPSULE: Hackers steal the signal from the multi-billion dollar GOES weather satellite and fake a 300 MPH category six hurricane.
The killer storm's predicted landfall is straight at downtown Miami. While mandatory evacuation is enforced, criminals disguised
as the National Guard stay and clean up- and hit every vault in Miami's financial district.
TAG LINE: The greatest heist of the new millennium.
click here to read "After Blow" screenplay
|"Rock Harbor" the movie
click here to read "Rock Harbor" screenplay
"ROCK HARBOR" an original screenplay by J. Brian King ©
Face Your Dreams, Live Your Fears
CAPSULE: Murder wakes up a sleepy small
town in the Florida Keys as two lovers grasp to keep their highly suspect relationship afloat.