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Ray Griggs is a director, writer and producer in Hollywood, California, and owner of RG Entertainment, Ltd. His 2009 project, Supercapers, a family comedy about an ordinary person joining a host of low-key superheroes, stars Tom Sizemore, Doug Jones and Christine Lakin.
Griggs is also known for creating an 8-minute film short Lucifer about the Biblical account of the fallen angel and subsequent war in heaven. The award-winning short starred Jason Lewis as Lucifer and Bru Muller as the archangel Michael.
In 2010, Griggs filmed a conservative documentary about socialism and the role of government in society entitled I Want Your Money. The film, slated to be released October 15 nationwide, features interviews with economists, conservative personalities and government officials.
Griggs' latest project is a film adaptation of Wind in the Willows. The film will include special effects by Weta Workshop and is scheduled to begin filming in New Zealand in fall 2010.
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