Bear Brown is giving fans some insight into the horror movie he has been creating and finally revealed the title of the scary flick. Taking to Instagram on Monday, the "Alaskan Bush People" star announced the title of his movie while sharing some screenshots from production and admitting that acting isn't all its cracked up to be.
"Hey everybody! I’ve been having a lot of fun filming my horror movie! It’s cool to play something that’s very different from my real life! And to try my hand at acting! It’s harder than just being myself! Here are a few screenshots from my movie!"
'Fear No Evil'
Bear had teased the name before, but now he is revealing that his directorial debut will be titled, "Fear No Evil." The various screenshots from the film show Bear walking through the wilderness dressed in a red jacket and wielding different weapons and tools, like a shovel and a handgun. He even created a separate Instagram account for the movie.
Even though Bear has been on TV for years his family's reality series, the "Alaskan Bush People" star is looking forward to scripted entertainment and is getting some support from his fans.
One person commented on Bear's Instagram post, "I really look forward to seeing it, you’ll make a real good actor."
Others said they can't wait to see "Fear No Evil," and will support both Bear and the project.
The Single Life
It's possible Bear has had some dark inspiration for his movie after the recent turns his love life have taken. As we reported, Bear and his pregnant baby mama, Raiven Adams, have split once again and this time it seems like it may be for good.
Bear recently addressed the split on Instagram, which happened after the two took a brief break from interacting with fans on social media.
"Hey everybody! I have some news I’d like to share! Once again Raiven and I have decided that we are better as friends! So we’ve gone our separate ways! We however are still both looking forward to raising our little miracle as co-parents, we actually broke up a few weeks ago, Raiven had been getting a lot of people sending her stuff so I thought it was better to wait the week or so before I posted about it! Please don’t tag Raiven in my posts, it’s been hard enough on her without the added stress! If Raiven or I decide to date anyone in the future! We will both be okay with it! We just want everybody to be happy! I won’t be dating anyone else for sometime! I still have feelings for Raiven! I respectfully ask everybody to please give her some space and peace of mind! Thank you for all your support! Stay AWESOME and God bless!!"
Protecting the Baby
Bear may not be with Raiven any longer, but he's still extremely protective of both her and his unborn child. After the expecting parents shared a sonogram of their baby, some fans began mocking the photo and taking shots at Bear and Raiven. The "Alaskan Bush People" star wasn't standing for any hate from trolls and quickly put an end to it with a rant on Instagram.
"Hey everybody something’s been bugging me! It’s sad that in this modern day and age there is so much hate! I’ve heard that some page is making fun of my kids sonogram picture! I’m surprised that Facebook and people would allow such a heinous act to go on! Anyone who would make fun of an unborn baby borderlines evil! How is that allowed? The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing! Make fun of me all you want! But leave innocent babies out of it!!!!!!"