Friday, July 28, 2006


"Breakfast" for 20,000 viewers cooks up tasty buzz for indie film!

The sneak peak scene from "A Dog's Breakfast" has received a staggering 20,000 viewings since it was posted on earlier this week.

As a result of this ongoing "feast", numerous distributors from around the world have begun contacting producer Jane Loughman about putting "Breakfast" on their menus. "We're not making any decisions just yet, but David, John Lenic & I are excited to look at every option available to us before we decide how to proceed." says Loughman, "We are eager to pursue a theatrical release as we want to make sure that everyone -- especially all those loyal Stargate and Atlantis fans -- get to see the film in its finest form -- and in an environment that will allow them to meet the filmmaker, the cast, and maybe even Mars!".

In the mean-time, Kibble Productions are working on plans to make more clips and a trailer available online, plus maybe even a director's video blog (if we can get David to sit still for a minute)!

Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Mars - From marked Mutt to movie star!

Mars - From marked Mutt to movie star!

Mars is one lucky pup. According to the Humane Society of the United States, an estimated 3 to 4 million cats and dogs are euthanized in U.S. shelters every year. And Mars was about to become one of them - until Hollywood came calling.

Actor David Hewlett had just been cast as one of the leads on the hit TV series Stargate Atlantis. Wanting to share his good fortune, he and his girlfriend, producer, Jane loughman, decided to help out at the local animal shelter by volunteering to walk dogs. But Mars nosed his way in their plans.

“He came straight up to us and sat on my foot!” says David, “how could we resist?” The eager but fragile rottweiler-terrier mutt was scheduled to be destroyed. at the tender age of eleven months, he’d been diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia and could only take 10 minute walks. Nobody was willing to take on such a great responsibility and potential expense. The couple felt differently. How perfect – a big dog with a small dog exercise regimen! David and Jane couldn’t wait to take him home…

After two weeks with his new foster family, Mars was not only happier, his health had literally improved in leaps and bounds. So the couple took Mars to another vet for a second opinion and he was given a clean bill of health. According to vet number two, Mars’ mixed-up heritage had resulted in some bizarre bone structure – and a “supermodel” wiggle! Supplements, lots of exercise and a decent diet have kept him bouncing ever since.

So when David and Jane’s pet project – the comedy feature film “A Dog’s Breakfast” – went into production later that same year, it was obvious who would take the title role. “Mars was the quintessential star” says jane, “he loved being on set, made friends with all the crew, did just what we needed, when we needed it… and all for cookies and a tickle behind the ears!”

If you’d like to see a clip from the upcoming film visit:

“A Dog’s Breakfast” is David Hewlett’s directorial debut, in which he also stars alongside his sister, Kate Hewlett, and fellow Stargate star, Paul McGillion. A nice, clean, family murder, the film reaches out to a potential US audience of over 10 million Stargate fans and 65 million pet owners – of whom 18 % have adopted their pet from a shelter, just like Mars. So as well as being happy and healthy, it looks like Mars may just have a Hollywood hit on his paws.

Sunday, July 23, 2006


Comicon 2006 Sneak Peeks!

Over 4000 Stargate SG1/Stargate Atlantis fans were treated to a surprise screening of a scene from David Hewlett's upcoming feature film "A Dog's Breakfast". The film stars Kate Hewlett, Paul McGillion, Christopher Judge, Rachel Luttrell, Amanda Bryram, Michael Lenic and David Hewlett.

Here, for those who missed it, is the first released scene from Hewlett's soon to be released comedy/horror writing & directing debut:

Thursday, July 20, 2006


A Dog's Breakfast


If you've never been good at anything in your life, why would murder be any different?

Patrick has always had a somewhat combative relationship with his little sister Marilyn.  But when she brings home her new sci-fi-soap star fiancé Ryan, it's all out war.  When Patrick fails to drive a wedge between the happy couple, he reaches for sharper instruments.  Every family has a few skeletons in the closet; A Dog’s Breakfast is the nightmarishly funny mess Patrick makes when he tries to add another to his.

A Dog's Breakfast is a head smacking, bone breaking, fiancee bashing romp, with a family that just loves themselves to pieces.

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