so i found the resume of the set designer who apparently worked on the pilot. here its listed as 2002. also has contact info (although very outdated), would it be immoral to call the number and see? am i allowed to post?
It sounds like it. This is a member who registered yesterday and has made claims about having a bunch of lost media. I'm not saying this makes the user fake. I'm saying you might want to put your skeptic's hat on.
It's 7:05 CMT right now, so hopefully the link will be around soon.
afx6010 In future, it could be helpful to post roughly where you found something. You don't need to post an exact link, but something like "I found this on MySpleen" could help people who are searching for similar material. When you find things like contact information, it can definitely be helpful to say what website you found it on.
If you mean Harry Matheu, he was a production designer, not a set designer.
Calling people is complicated; I prefer trying to find e-mail addresses or contact forms.
reuploaded it on youtube. mind if you tell us where you found the link to this video?
Digging a little bit, the pilot actually came from Dan Snyder's official YT account, he quickly hid it though. A promo for this pilot version is shown, however. The same @danwarp watermark appears on the promo video.