Browntown To Tinseltown! 'Alaskan Bush' Star Bear Brown Producing First Major Film

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:47 a.m. ET

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Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown terrified fans last month when he posted his own death announcement on social media, insisting that it “wasn’t a joke!” But after revealing that his morbid behavior was all part of a “secret project” he is working on, the 31-year-old son of Billy and Ami Brown spoke exclusively to about the project — his first major film!

“I am making a movie and I am super excited about it. It is a homemade movie that I have been working on since we lived in L.A.,” Bear told Radar while attending his brother Noah’s wedding to Rhain Merrill in Idaho on August 15.

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“When we were there for mom’s cancer treatment, I met a bunch of really great people who helped me to get this off of the ground.”

“It is a horror movie and yes, it does involve a lot of death,” Bear told Radar.

Perhaps the best part of the new flick is that his famous siblings will be making their acting debuts!

“I am the star of the movie, of course, but my brothers and sisters will have some cameos in it,” Bear said.

“But not all of them know the plot. The story itself comes from my own twisted mind and I am really enjoying it.”

As fans know, Bear nearly lost his eye in May when he got into a freak accident with a tree branch. But the Alaskan Bush People star insisted that “the accident is not part of the movie.”

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