Superpower Dogs Are Rallying LA Pooches for an Epic Final Scene
In case you don’t already know, Superpower Dogs is an upcoming 3D live-action movie that features five real-life canine superheroes and their human companions as they make the world a better place- whether it’s an avalanche rescue mission or bringing poachers to justice. The film is set to debut sometime in early 2019, and it promises to provide a unique insight into how dogs see, hear and smell the world.
As the movie Superpower Dogs is all about pooches and their incredible pawesomeness, it’s no wonder that the team behind it wants the last scene to convey a message that EVERY dog is a superhero in their own way. They wanted to film the closing scene with some help of four-legged LA locals and their humans, which is why they’ve sent out a casting call to doggos of all shapes and sizes, regardless of their previous experience (it was sold out practically overnight). And, to make things better, they want to make that scene memorable in another way as well: by trying to set the Guinness World Records title for the “Largest Dog Photo Shoot.”
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The filmmakers hope they’ll rally 200+ of Los Angeles dogs, and seeing how all of us pawrents love showing off our precious pets; I think they’ll easily break the record. If you’re in the area, make sure to come and watch a bunch of dogs having fun- because, is there a better way to spend a Sunday morning? Or any time of the day and week, for that matter?
The event is free and open to the public, and for those of you who are not near Vista Hermosa Park in Los Angeles where the shoot will take place, you can follow a live broadcast on the Superpower Dogs Facebook page.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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