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LordStarscream100 in "The Search for the Creepy Guy in the Woods".

LordStarscream100, also known as Scott Pincus, is a film director, writer, editor, cinematographer and actor. He is the creator and director of the Jurassic Shark, BIONICLE Universe, Bread's Crumbs and the Creepy Guy in the Woods film series. In 2010, Scott gained an interest in making movies, with early projects being BIONICLE Reality and Island of Doom: Jurassic Park. Although neither project came to fruition, Scott would eventually make his directorial debut with BIONICLE: Universe. As he made two sequels to the film, Scott also made Jurassic Shark, his first live-action film. The film would receive a sequel in 2013 titled Jurassic Shark II: The Retribution. The film experienced many problems during its production, and raised the stakes for Scott's projects.

At the end 2013, Scott directed his first short film, How to Avoid a Creepy Guy in the Woods. The film starred Gabe Sagherian, who was becoming one of Scott's most frequent collaborators. Throughout 2014 and 2015, Scott worked on Jurassic Shark III: The Revolution, the conclusion to the Jurassic Shark film series. Though the production lasted well over a year, the film served as a learning experience for Scott as a filmmaker. In May and June 2014, Scott directed and released The Creepy Guy Returns and The Search for the Creepy Guy in the Woods.

In the next year, Scott directed various other short films, including The Biggest Fish of Them AllTea-Eee and An Aspiration to Excel. Scott is also known for having played Glen Tennis in Bread's Crumbs. He would later direct Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo and Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, and returned as Glen in both installments. Scott is also well-known as the director of his live-action film Ninjago and its sequel, Rise of the Great Devourer. A third Ninjago film, Age of the Golden Master, is currently in the works. Throughout much of 2016, Scott worked on The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods, the fourth installment in the series that served as his high school graduation project. 


2010 to Early-2012Edit

LordStarscream100's first film was titled BIONICLE: Reality, which was shot back in 2010 with an unspecified release date. Due to the film's weak plot, animation, special effects and stop-motion, it was cancelled and later replaced with a remake, BIONICLE: Universe, which began airing on YouTube in June 2011. Prior to this, LordStarscream100 also began planning out a Jurassic Park spin-off titled Island of Doom: Jurassic Parkwhich began filming in May 2011. Filming continued on for several months until it was forced to be cancelled in October, due to the lack of a CGI dinosaur animator. As a result of its cancellation, the film was replaced with Jurassic Shark in September. In the meantime, the release of BIONICLE: Universe continued on in November and December of that year, and was followed by a sequel, BIONICLE: Universe II: On Being A Champion, in January 2012. The third film in the series was put on hold until late-2012. 

Early-2012 to Mid-2013Edit

Pre-production for Jurassic Shark strengthened in early-2012, with filming beginning in late-March and continuing on up until mid-September. The film began airing on YouTube on August 16, and concluded the following month. Following this, two sequels for the film were announced, with the second, Jurassic Shark II: The Retribution, set for release in summer 2013 and the third, Jurassic Shark III: The Revolution, set for release in summer 2014. BIONICLE: Universe III: War of the Worlds began filming in early-December, and the film aired throughout that month and January 2013. At this point, LordStarscream100 announced that he had plans to make a film titled Ninjago, based off the LEGO storyline of the same name. In addition, pre-production for Jurassic Shark II was strengthening, and filming began in late-March. However, during the summer, filming was put under various tensions as Jon M and Will M lost interest in filming. Worse, nearly half of the film's scenes had been shot, and they weren't in order. As a result, production had to continue on with Jon and Will, with script rewrites being limited.


Filming for Jurassic Shark II went on while LordStarscream100 wrote the script for Ninjago. In September, LordStarscream100 filmed a short-film titled Zeus's Recreational Thunderboltwhich was a Greek infomercial that was also a school project. The film was released to YouTube in February 2014. While filming for Jurassic Shark II continued on, LordStarscream100 filmed a short-film titled How to Avoid a Creepy Guy in the Woods in October. It was a project for his Video Applications class, and was released to YouTube in December. Earlier, filming for Jurassic Shark II had been forced to go on up until November, further postponing the release of the second-half of the film (parts 6-12) up until November/December, in which it finished airing. The film gained a more positive reaction overall then the first film.


In January 2014, LordStarscream100 directed a short-film titled The EdTech Enterprise, which was his entry to the first White House Student Film Festival. The project was filmed and released that month. In February, LordStarscream100 co-directed a short-film titled Demeter's Oatlympians Endorsement. The short-film was for Gabe's English class and was also the same project that Zeus's Recreational Thunderbolt was made for. It aired on YouTube shortly after it was filmed. On May 9, the sequel to How to Avoid a Creepy Guy in the Woods, titled The Creepy Guy Returns, was released. The third and final film, The Search for the Creepy Guy in the Woods, was released on June 13. Ninjago began airing on YouTube on July 7. Part 2 was released on September 7, Part 3 was released on November 10, Part 4 was released on November 30, and Part 5/Finale was released on December 11. On January 16, 2015, LordStarscream100 directed and wrote An Aspiration to Excel, the indirect sequel to The EdTech Enterprise, for the second annual White House Student Film Festival. The film was one of 300 entries to receive an Honorable Mention in the festival. 

Current and Upcoming ProjectsEdit

LordStarscream100 will return to direct the third and final installment in the Jurassic Shark series, Jurassic Shark III: The Revolutionwhich is set for release on June 19, 2015. He will also return to potray Simon, who will act as the main antagonist. Filming has been underway since April 2014, and is set to wrap in the summer. LordStarscream100 will co-direct the unnamed Bread's Crumbs sequel alongside Ryan B.  

He is also set to reprise the voice role of Nightwing in JTHStudio's Justice League 4, as well as Jor-El in Justice League 4 and a short film titled Krypton. On January 22, LordStarscream100 confirmed that a sequel to Ninjago, titled Ninjago: Rise of the Great Devourer, is set to begin airing on YouTube on June 26, 2015. He will return to direct and write the project, which stands next to Jurassic Shark III as his most major project of the year. 


Several projects were released over the span of two years, which is indicated by "(2015-2016)". 

As DirectorEdit

Upcoming ProjectsEdit

As ActorEdit

Voice Acting - JTH Studios ProjectsEdit

  • JTH Studio's LEGO Justice League 3 (2014) - Nightwing, Jor-El, Demon, Star Labs Worker
  • The Ultimate LEGO Race 3 (2014) - Sensei Garmadon
  • Star Wars: Battle on Kashyyyk (2014) - Sparker, Blade, Fang, Gree, Smasher, Tanker, Ace, Sniper, TK421, Clone Captain and several Generic Clones
  • LEGO Batman: Adventures in Gotham City (2015-2017) - Nightwing, Sinestro, Star Labs Worker
  • JTH Studio's LEGO Justice League 4 (2016) - Nightwing, Jor-El, Sinestro

Upcoming ProjectsEdit

  • Star Wars: Escape From Kashyyyk (2017) - Sparker and Blade

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