Pictures from recent Test Footage of Hungarian-American Action Films….. Photos by my good friend and photographer Attila Harmati.

Test shots of two American-Hungarian co-production thrillers were filmed in the Tarhos Castle Park. The protagonist of both works will be Robert Bronzi, who will also be making a documentary. Article by BEOL. Photos by Attila Harmati.

More than fifty people crowded around the castle park on Monday morning, along with the aforementioned Robert Bronzi, featuring actor Gábor Reviczky, who will also play a key role in one of the films. Gabor Piroch, a stunt expert who has been involved in more than 350 television and film productions since 1969, is also a very big name in the industry. In 2007, he was nominated for the Freedom, Love movie at the Taurus World Stunt Awards, the most acclaimed stunt. He has been featured in many Hollywood blockbusters. To name but a few, works like Transformers 3, Thor, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Battle of the Worlds, Alamo – The 13-Day Siege, Terminator 3, The Scorpion King, The Mummy, Titanic , Hudson Hawk and Total Recall. On Monday, the specialist directed the action scenes.

Robert Bronzi fights hard with kidnappers.
Adam Varga, managing director and studio manager for Romis Media Group, said test recordings of two thrillers were recorded on Tarhos the first day of the week. As we have learned, in the first story, five forest engineers are trapped in the mountains of Transylvania and are attacked by human-eating wolves. Only the character formed by Robert Bronzi survives the ordeal and fights the beasts. A smaller part of the scenes will be filmed in the Bihari Mountains and a larger part will be filmed in Tarhos.
In the other film, the daughter of a former secret agent is kidnapped and the angry father follows in the footsteps of the criminals. As mentioned, Robert Bronzi plays the protagonist in this thriller, but he will also have a very important help in the role of a wheelchair colonel, who will be played by Gábor Reviczky.
Bronze, the American producer of Jeff Miller, has joined the work, with a total of twenty-six films.

An Excerpt from the recent article from BEOL

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