Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Robert Castillo's Storyboard Work on Henry and Me.

Robert Castillo had the honor of being one of the first Storyboard Artists and Character Designers on Ray Negron's Animated Film Henry & Me this Animated movie tells the courageous story of Jack (voice of AUSTIN WILLIAMS), a brave young boy who is dealt a life changing blow. Low on confidence and filled with self-doubt, hope seems lost until a mysterious stranger named Henry (voice of Golden Globe (R) winner RICHARD GERE) appears. With the touch of his pin, Henry sweeps Jack away to a magical world where illness no longer exists and New York Yankee legends play forever. The incredible journey brings Jack face to face with Babe Ruth (voice of Academy Award (R) Nominee CHAZZ PALMINTERI), Thurman Munson (voice of Grammy Award (R) winner PAUL SIMON), Lefty Gomez (voice of LUIS GUZMAN) and Mickey Mantle (voice of DAVID MANTLE) - who all teach Jack to face his fears and never give up. The movie climaxes at Yankee stadium, where Jack must test his newfound courage to save the season and find his way home. 

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Robert Castillo Storyboards Chris Rock's Movie "Top Five"

Robert Castillo was hired to do Storyboards for Chris Rock's new movie Top Five. Chris Rock directs and plays Andre Allen, a Hollywood star who's like an amalgamation of Rock himself and Chris Tucker. After launching a massive stand-up comedy career, Allen became a movie star in a silly franchise called Hammy the Bear, which found him in a large, scraggly bear suit playing cops and robbers with co-star Luis Guzman. His three Hammy movies were worldwide juggernauts, but now Andre wants to be taken seriously. His latest film is Uprize, a "serious" play about the Haitian Revolution he hopes can become the "Haitian Django," since, by Andre's count, north of 2,000 white people are killed on screen. But the early reviews are scathing and the box office tracking is poor. Hoping to help Andre's image, his agent (Kevin Hart) sets up an all-day profile interview with hotshot New York Times reporter Chelsea Brown (Rosario Dawson) on the eve of Allen's highly publicized wedding to Bravo reality star Erica Long (Gabrielle Union). Top 5 should be released around December of this year.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Robert Castillo Storyboards New Ninja Turtles Video for Pentatonix

 Robert had the opportunity to draw Storyboards for the Video "We are Turtles" for Pentatonix
The track was inspired by the Michael Bay-produced reboot, which is in theaters from Nickelodeon and Paramount. The acapella group created the video for Nickelodeon sister company MTV with director Melissa Bolton-Klinger, and Storyboards by Robert Castillo.


Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Pele gets Portrait from Robert Castillo

The Great Pele poses with a Portrait done by Robert Castillo.  Born on October 23, 1940, in Três Corações, Brazil, soccer legend Pelé became a superstar with his performance in the 1958 World Cup. Pelé played professionally in Brazil for two decades, winning three World Cups along the way, before joining the New York Cosmos late in his career. Named FIFA co-Player of the Century in 1999, he is a global ambassador for soccer and other humanitarian causes.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Black Nativity The Movie is now available on DVD Robert Castillo worked on Storyboards for the film directed by Kasi Lemmons. Struggling to pay the bills, single mom Naima (Jennifer Hudson) sends her teenage son Langston (Jacob Latimore) to live with his estranged grandparents, Reverend Cornell and Aretha Cobbs (Forest Whitaker and Angela Bassett) in New York City. At first Langston resents their strict household, but with the help of new friends - and a little divine intervention - he embarks on an inspirational journey of self-discovery that brings the whole family together.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Castle 6 Productions officially a company.

I am proud to report that our new company Castle 6 Productions is officially a company! We will be creating cutting edge content for movies and brands!  Our partners are Jerrick Ventures out of New jersey. Jerrick Ventures is an umbrella company run by entrepreneurs Jeremy Frommer and Rick Schwartz that spans multiple industries. From entertainment and media to transportation and medical supplies, Jerrick encompasses a vast number of businesses and is expanding rapidly. Jerrick is a company that continues to grow and expand its business across multiple platforms and industries.  From artistic ventures, such as museum and intellectual exhibits of Bob Guccione’s art and multimedia collections to the development of new intellectual property with Romper Zombie and Steam Wars. Thank you to all who believed and supported us!!

Friday, August 16, 2013

Robert Castillo meets Robert Rodriguez

 I had the pleasure of meeting The one and only Robert Rodriguez at The wizard world Chicago Comic Con on August 10th. I presented Robert with a portrait of himself which he really loved!
Rodriguez, whose previous movies include Machete, Sin City, From Dusk Till Dawn and Once Upon a Time In Mexico, conducted “A Conversation With… Robert Rodriguez” on Friday evening, August 9 featuring exclusive sneak peeks of Machete Kills and Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, an exclusive presentation on The Art of Frank Frazetta, a preview of his upcoming Frank Frazetta project, Fire and Ice, a Q&A, plus special guest appearances.
In addition, Rodriguez unveiled The Art of Frank Frazetta featuring 15 masterwork original paintings including “Death Dealer,” “The Barbarian,” “At the Earth’s Core,” and even Frazetta’s original “From Dusk Til Dawn” painting he made for the 1996 film.  The artwork was be available for viewing all four days of the convention, Thursday, August 8 through Sunday, August 11.

The innovative filmmaker first gained attention with El Mariachi in 1993, then had his first major release with Desperado two years later, starring Antonio Banderas. Rodriguez followed that up with the vampire film From Dusk to Dawn, with megastars George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino (with whom he has collaborated on several film projects).  He also showed versatility with the family film Spy Kids in 2001, then had success with Grindhouse (2007) and Machete (2010).