Orange Project’s Webisodes go Romero

Horrormeister to pen/helm for S.F. Netcaster

Vet horror helmer George Romero (“Night of the Living Dead”) has inked a deal with Netcaster the Orange Project to create and helm a series of Webisodic programming for site (theorangeproject.com). As part of the deal, Romero will write and direct seven episodes for the San Francisco-based dot-com to bow later this year.

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