The brothers are looking to branch out even further. Jordan took part in the NFL's Hollywood Boot Camp last week, and while he had hoped to land a director's role in the short film the players who partook produced, he wound up getting a different and challenging role altogether.
“Initially I wanted to direct, but I wound up being an actor in it,” Jordan said. “It triggered something else. I had always been thinking that I wanted to produce and direct, but now because of that I got a little different aspect of it, and I'm looking into maybe taking some acting classes. Working in film and television is something I feel very strongly about and producing content in general.”
Jonathan is pleased with how far their film work has come along in three years.
“Forming a production company and seeing how far we've gotten in the last three years is truly exciting for us. Hopefully, we can continue to broaden ourselves and do different things,” Jonathan said. “You never know what you're gonna run into in this type of business. The main thing is to have our audience to be able to enjoy what ever we're producing. It is truly a blessing with the position we're in and to be able to do things we've done so far in our lives. Since we were little kids we always dreamed big and tried our best to live out our dreams.”
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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