Joe Shares an Update on Phil Staples

Documentary filmmaking is about transparency, honesty, and integrity. If you cross or break these principles you will not only let the audience down but you are letting down the countless number of people who worked so hard to bring the film to life. When we started filming Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2 I was under the impression that my good mate, Phil Staples, was continuing to be a success story in his own eyes. When you read his personal account, you will learn what I learned — the truth of his actual circumstances.

An Evening at the Chip Factory

Last night, Joe Cross and I hopped into the trusty blue truck (as seen in “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”) and hit the road for beautiful Bucks County, PA. We crossed the Delaware River and drove down country roads on our way to the Chip Factory, a great space for health-conscious events hosted by the […]

VIDEO: Joe Cross on the Streets of Beverly Hills

When I first started working at Reboot Your Life, I was the production manager for the movie “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”. I absolutely loved being a part of the film team because we had the chance to meet so many incredible people along the way. And ever since the film was released, seeing how […]