McG (Hollywood Babylon)

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Name McG
Actor Regan Burns]
Dates
Location Los Angeles, California
Occupation Director
Episode(s) 2.18 Hollywood Babylon

History

McG is the Director for Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning. He, along with the other producers, had been changing Walter Dixon's original script, although he only provides input in one instance and is often annoyed by constant changes in the scenes they develop.

Episodes

2.18 Hollywood Babylon

McG is directing a scene where Tara Benchley is supposed to act frightened after running into a demon. However when she saw a ghost, she mistook her scream as practicing for the scene. He clearly gets annoyed by input by Brad Redding who has a problem with every detail of the scenes. He is one among many people who witness Redding fall into a scene they were shooting, hanged by a noose. The next day, he announces that production has stalled for a few days because of the deaths of Brad and Jay, but motivates everyone to pull together and finish making the movie.

After Walter is killed by vengeful spirits, Martin Flagg adds a scene where one of the characters shoots shotgun pellets filled with salt while the other uses her phone to see the spirits attacking them, reflecting his and Dean's encounter with the summoned spirits. McG clearly shows excitement at watching the scene and immediately adds the scene into the movie.

Trivia

  • His name can be seen in the promo for Hell Hazers II: The Reckoning as the director.
  • McG served as executive producer in season one through seven and executive consultant in seasons eight and nine. In 2.18 Hollywood Babylon, the real McG makes a cameo appearance standing behind Sam and Dean in the scene where the crew is listening to the faux McG.