KAMC 28 Anchor Bryan Mudd’s Son Stars in TV Pilot Shot in Lubbock
Good genes are in the DNA for the Bryan Mudd family. Mudd's son Peyton was cast as the lead in the pilot for Phantom Nights, which is set and shot at Lubbock, Texas' Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre.
The pilot was written and directed by Damon O'Steen. It will be executive produced and distributed by Los Angeles-based New Form Production Company, which is backed by legendary director Ron Howard and producer Brian Glazer.
O'Steen has released the pilot for the project, which features Peyton Mudd. You can watch it above.
The video's description sums up the project's story:
Every 10 years, for the past 60 years, there have been strange and unexplained occurrences taking place at the Stars and Stripes Drive-In. Now, nine years after his twin brother went missing at the Drive-In, theater worker Geoff Ryder discovers footage of his missing brother in hidden old film canisters dated over 50 years ago.
Here's the cast:
Peyton Mudd as Geoff
Amy Anderson as Sylvia
Brandon Greer as J.R.
Branden Waits as Mitch
Stacey White as Mom
Pierce Adams as Dad
You can read more about the production at the links below.