Recently, Bruce Campbell spoke with the press about the Burn Notice prequel movie that airs tonight on USA at 9/8c, called Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe. It was directed by BN’s own Jeffrey Donovan, and takes place five years before the series itself started.
Check out some of the great questions & answers!
On what it was like shooting in Columbia
Columbia was challenging, but therefore authentic. You know, because the story actually takes place there. Normally what happens in Hollywood is they say it takes place in Columbia and they shoot it in Burbank, California.
So it was kind of refreshing to go to the actual place. But as a result it was very difficult.
In Bogota, Columbia it’s about 65 degrees on average down to about 50 at night. So they’re near the equator but they are at 8600 feet. So they have a strange sameness about their weather. So it actually was not that – no, so it was not Miami at all even though we’re near the equator.
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