Los Angeles, CA – (WORLD STOCK WIRE) – July 22, 2010 — Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc., a publicly traded entertainment company (OTCBB: GBHL), and Global Universal Pictures (Global Pictures), GBHL’s Canadian production affiliate, are pleased to announce that they have started pre-production on the sequel to Plaster Rock – Terror on the Tobique, which was released in May, 2010.
“We have arranged our production financing for Plaster Rock II, the sequel to Plaster Rock, and plan to start principal photography as early as this September”, according to Benoit Martin, who is writing the script for Global Universal.
Plaster Rock II will be filmed entirely on location in New Brunswick, Canada. The Plaster Rock theme is a fast-paced thriller-horror film which takes place in remote wilderness where you need more than luck to survive!
“Our financial strategy of mitigating investment risk while maintaining a lucrative upside potential is, evidently, successful and holds true for our film productions in Canada as well as in the U.S. This will be our 5th film production in just under 2 years”, commented Gary Rasmussen, CEO of Global Entertainment Holdings.
“This blueprint for success has become a bankable trademark for Global Universal, as we have successfully financed and completed all of our films ‘on time and on budget’, while putting out a product that has now warranted a sequel”, stated the film’s producer and former director of Plaster Rock, Jackie Giroux.
About GBHL & Global Universal
Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (www.Global-GBHL.com) is a publicly-held, entertainment company traded on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol: GBHL. The Company’s goal is to build a worldwide entertainment organization with a multitude of domestic and foreign production affiliates. GBHL, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Global Universal Entertainment, Global Universal Film Group and its affiliated Canadian company, Global Universal Pictures (www.GlobalUniversal.com), is in the process of developing and producing a slate motion pictures that will be produced in both the U.S. and in Canada with recognizable star names, financed with distribution and tax incentives, with worldwide sales handled through Global Universal Film Group. GBHL and its U.S. subsidiaries are located on the Raleigh Studios Lot in Hollywood, California USA, and Global Universal Pictures, a partially-owned, Canadian affiliate, is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Information on previously completed films can be found on the Company’s website, or on the Internet at: www.AmericanSunsetTheMovie.com, and www.PlasterRockMovie.com.
Global Renaissance Funding (GRF) is a Joint Venture entity formed by GBHL and Global Renaissance Entertainment Group (www.theGlobalRenaissance.com), helmed by Co-CEO Arthur Wylie. GRF intends to finance a slate of films, including films based on several best-selling books written by novelist Omar Tyree. GBHL, through another wholly owned entity, You’ve Got The Part (http://www.youvegotthepart.com), will attempt to capitalize on the current popularity of Hollywood and reality based programming by casting various film roles online. Anyone with access to a digital camera or cell phone will soon be able to submit their audition for a role in an upcoming film.
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Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc.
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