Producer and Writer Peter Weed of Florida-based Peterbuilt Productions will begin filming his new film "Wheeler" this fall. "Wheeler" is a feel-good, family film based on the novel “Ordinary Guy Wheeler” written by Weed.
Written by Jaime Jessup, James J. Ruscella and Peter Weed, "Wheeler" is a heartwarming story about veteran truck driver named Guy Wheeler who returns home to Tennessee from Afghanistan. Despite being surrounded by his loving and colorful family of fellow truck drivers, "Wheeler" struggles with adjusting back to home and his wife who is having difficulty becoming pregnant.
While dealing with his inner turmoil, "Wheeler" befriends a nine-year-old boy over the CB Radio who lifts his spirits and warms his heart. His newfound faith is tested, however, with a major event that includes an action-packed sequence involving explosives and a school bus that will leave audiences cheering for our truck driver turned hero.
“This story will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and it will tug on your heartstrings,” says Weed. “Break out the popcorn and enjoy.”
Weed launched Peterbuilt Productions in 1996 and graduated with a degree in Film Technology in 2000. Weed has written several screenplays and worked on many feature films. Weed strives to create “God honoring, family friendly features with all the action, romance, drama and comedy of Hollywood’s best movies without taking away the family value.”
Lucille Elmer, a partner of Peterbuilt Productions, will also be on board as a Co-Producer and Production Designer.
Peterbuilt Productions is excited to be partnering with independent Hollywood producer Suzanne DeLaurentiis and participating in her Operation Hollywood program, which hires and trains veterans to work on Hollywood movie sets.
Some of Suzanne’s independent filmmaking credits include 10th & Wolf, The Grief Tourist, How Sweet It Is, Area 407, Out of the Black, Shut-up Kiss and Me, A Month of Sundays, Black Gold. She has been involved with making over one hundred features films.
Published on Aug 27, 2013