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Archive for May, 2009

Corey Haim to Star in Global’s Latest Feature Film; American Sunset

Friday, May 29th, 2009

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc., a publicly traded entertainment Company (OTC: GBHL), announced that its Canadian affiliate, Global Universal Pictures, Inc. (GUP), has secured Corey Haim (Crank High Voltage, Lost Boys) to star in the leading role of American Sunset, the Company’s second feature-length film this year being filmed in Canada.

GBHL CEO, Gary Rasmussen, commented that “Mr. Haim recently starred in Crank-High Voltage, opposite Jason Statham (The Transporter Series, The Bank Job, Death Race) and we are very excited that he was available for American Sunset.”Also co-starring in American Sunset are Frank Molina and Bernie Robichaud (Trailer Park Boys).

Kaleidoscope Entertainment has been selected as the Canadian distributor for American Sunset and Global Universal Film Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of GBHL, is the sales agent.

Jacqueline Giroux, President of GUP, announced that American Sunset, an action thriller, is just completing principal photography and will be ready for release this Fall. “As with our first feature length film, Blue Seduction, several star actors were interested in becoming involved with us on this film project because it deals with the timely subject matter of personal security in today’s world.”

Ms. Giroux wrote American Sunset and is the film’s Producer; Michael Masucci is the Director and Marc Savoie of The Postman (a post-production facility in Canada), will co-produce and provide post-production services. Executive Producers are Eric Leffler and Gary Rasmussen.

Mr. Rasmussen also stated that, “Securing well known talent for American Sunset and with additional film projects underway, GBHL’s business model is rapidly becoming a reality. All investors and shareholders are encouraged to visit our websites www.globaluniversal.com and www.global-gbhl.com for further information, disclosures and disclaimers about our company and our current progress.” The Company’s goal is to build a global entertainment organization.

Coverage of GBHL’s common stock has been initiated by “The Wall Street Corner” (www.wallstreetcorner.com/daily.html). Further information on the Company and/or the publicly traded stock can be obtained by contacting wfsolutions@gmail.com or 765-780-0915.

Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc. is a public Company, traded on the “OTC” under the symbol, GBHL. The Company’s goal is to build a global entertainment organization that will profit from the distribution and production of motion pictures and other entertainment media. GBHL, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Global Universal Entertainment and Global Universal Film Group, (http://www.globaluniversal.com), along with its partially-owned Canadian affiliate, Global Universal Pictures, is in the process of developing and producing a slate of motion pictures. Global Universal Film Group is also developing “You’ve Got The Part” (www.youvegotthepart.com), an on-line casting show with audience participation that will endeavor to capitalize on the public’s fascination with Hollywood and the popularity of reality based programming.

Further information on the Company and/or the publicly traded stock can be obtained by contacting Worldwide Financial Solutions at: wfsolutions@gmail.com or the Company at: contact@globaluniversal.com

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements contain words such as “expects,” “believes,” “anticipates” and “intends.” Important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, economic conditions affecting the collection of advances and fees associated with the Company’s former core business operations; the ability of Global Entertainment Holdings and its subsidiaries to achieve their business goals and profitability, as well as activities, events or developments that the company expects, believes or anticipates will or may occur in the future; and the company’s ability to finance its planned film production efforts. Such statements are subject to a number of assumptions, risks and uncertainties that are disclosed from time to time in the company’s reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company does not intend to update any of the forward-looking statements after the date of this document to conform these statements to actual results or to changes in management’s expectations, except as required by law.

Source: Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc.

Tel: 877-807-8880

Thriller wraps up filming in N.B.

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

American Sunset shot in Moncton, Fredericton, Parlee Beach


A second major movie to be filmed in Moncton in as many years is wrapping up production downtown.

The film, American Sunset, is scheduled for release this summer. The popular teen movie Growing Op, released last year, was also filmed in Moncton.

The film is produced by Global Universal Inc. out of Hollywood, but most of the 40-person cast and crew is from New Brunswick.

“It’s been really great for me,” said Nicky Destres, production manager and Moncton native. “It’s been giving me the opportunity to prove myself in the New Brunswick market.”

This is Destres’ first time as a production manager for a feature film.

“New Brunswick film is underrated, but I’m hoping this film will change things,” Destres said.

The film was originally set for the … READ MORE

Local actress’s talent ‘knocked our socks off’

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

Corey Haim may be hoping for a comeback with his latest movie, one of his first top billings after years of struggling with addiction.

But American Sunset may be a bigger boost to a local rising star.

Angela Cullins, the thriller’s leading lady, hails from Hartland. She said the film gave her a rare opportunity.

“I was thrilled when I read (the script) and found out who I was working with, because not much is offered to Canadian talent in regard to female leads,” Cullins said.

“We get the leftovers because people just don’t give new talent a chance. There’s not an opportunity to excel and grow here without projects like this coming to our area.”

Jackie Giroux, American Sunset’s writer and producer, said she wanted to come back to Fredericton after shooting her last film, Blue Seduction, here in October. She said she wanted to take advantage of the scenery, crew members and extras the area has to offer.

Giroux said she especially wanted another chance to work with Cullins, who auditioned for a role opposite Billy Zane in Blue Seduction, but was passed over because the director felt she was too pretty for the part.

“The first time she walked in, I thought she was Charlize Theron. I’d never seen … READ MORE

N.B. scenery the real star of American Sunset, actors say

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Film | Producer says tax rules need to change if N.B. wants to star in more films

Corey Haim may be the star of American Sunset, but he said New Brunswick had the biggest role to play in making the film one of his best


“The location has made it such a better movie,” said the star of such hits as The Lost Boys during a news conference at the Delta Fredericton Hotel on Friday. “You can actually see the river. There’s no yellow clouds of smog (here). It all feels so real.”

“I think New Brunswick is the first character in the film,” said co-star Frank Molina, who’s been shooting scenes with Haim and the rest of the cast at Kings Landing Historical Settlement, El Burrito Loco and other Fredericton hot spots this week.

“The whole area, to me, worked (for) the trials and tribulations of our (characters’) demons. In scenes, I’m looking around and I forget that I’m working, because I’m just so overwhelmed by the beauty. It wouldn’t have worked anywhere else.”

But Jackie Giroux, the film’s writer and producer, said the … READ MORE

‘Lost Boy’ in capital

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Corey Haim | Actor joins Frank Molina in new movie

One of the biggest movie stars from the 1980s is filming a motion picture in the capital region this week.

Corey Haim, who starred in Hollywood blockbusters such as Licence To Drive, The Lost Boys, and Stephen King’s Silver Bullet, filmed a scene at the popular Mexican eatery El Burrito Loco several days ago and will visit several other locations as work continues on the film.

The Toronto-born actor fell out of the spotlight in the 1990s and struggled briefly with addiction and financial troubles.

But Haim returned to the industry again in recent years by appearing in a reality television show The Two Coreys alongside good friend and fellow teen heartthrob Corey Feldman.

He also has a role in the Hollywood action movie Crank: High Voltage.

Global Universal Pictures, Inc. is making the film, which is tentatively titled American Sunset, with Haim, co-star Frank Molina and director Michael Masucci.

The film is being … READ MORE