Til Death Do Us Part, starring Natalie Burn and Cam Gigandet, is a runaway bride movie with a killer twist. Burn plays the woman who leaves her ex-groom and fellow groomsmen at the altar. The bloodthirsty men attempt to track down the bride and kill her, but she is not going down without a fight. Timothy Woodward Jr., a filmmaker whose work includes the underrated Western The Outsider, talked about his latest, genre bending feature.
Timothy Woodward Jr. initially passed on the Til Death Do Us Part script but reconsidered after Natalie Burn came back around with the project. With a history of ballet and martial arts traiing under her belt, Burn was ready to do most of the stunts for Til Death Do Us Part. With a solid ensemble (Jason Patric, Cam Gigandet, Orlando Jones) in tow, Til Death Do Us Part became a realilty.
“I love putting movies together,” said Woodward Jr., an Emmy winner for his work on the TV series Studio City. “I love to entertain. I love trying to grow and just try different things. If you look at my IMDB, I have a lot of Westerns, 1920s gangster films, horror, action movies. So I try to mix it up and I try to grow.”
After his work on The Outsider, Timothy Woodward Jr. is a filmmaker I’ve always appreciated. Working with a limited budget, he has managed to craft solid feature work with Gangster Land, The Call and The Final Wish. Find Your Film co-host Eric Holmes, who interviewed Woodward Jr., recommends Til Death Do Us Part, and I’m looking forward to seeing the movie.
Check out the full interview with Woodward Jr. below:
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