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Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc. have announced that, after having been on hiatus with the ‘Booty’ feature film project while Sony Pictures Television Inc. completed the details of its agreement with the ‘Booty’ screenwriters, it has been given the go-ahead by Sony Business Affairs to proceed with the feature film production of ‘Booty’ in 3D.
“We’re very excited to be able to get back to work full song on the ‘Booty’ property,” stated Stereo Vision’s CEO Jack Honour. “During the hiatus, we’ve been working on story revisions and lining up some top talent. As previously announced, having a First Look distribution deal with Sony certainly elevates the stature of the ‘Booty’ project, which we all believe is going to be a great money-maker.”
‘Booty’ is an authentic pirates’ epic about eight women who get kidnapped by pirates who, after arriving at the pirate’s Caribbean lair, turn the tables when they snatch the pirates’ treasure-laden galleon filled with all their loot. The ensuing chase rivals that of ‘Thelma and Louise,’ as the desperate band of cutthroats tries to steal back its ill-gotten Booty.
This is a story of female empowerment. A true ‘David and Goliath’ saga on the high seas. Created by ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ conceptual genius, James Byrkit, and his brilliant team of screenwriters, this action-packed adventure story with a twist is sure to appeal to both the domestic and international film markets. (See the ‘Booty’ trailer at http://stereovision.com)
“To complement our film production efforts and add shareholder value,” continued Honour, “the Company acquired the 9-time Emmy-Award winning 3D-animation company REZN8, and signed its founder and CEO, Paul Sidlo, to a five-year REZN8-CEO deal. Therefore, the production of ‘Booty’ will enable us to both deploy our own in-house award-winning 3D technology and production capabilities, and provide more work for REZN8.”
“Additionally, during the hiatus, Puerto Rico, which is where ‘Booty’ is to be filmed, upped its film producer’s potential 40% of the budget tax credits, from $15,000,000 per year, to $350,000,000 per year. Stereo Vision’s Vice Chairman, Puerto Rico’s esteemed former two-term governor and two-term US Congressman, Carlos Romero Barcelo, is our liaison with the Puerto Rican film commission, and our attorney of record in Puerto Rico is Antonio Sifre.
Antonio authored Puerto Rico’s film producer’s legislation, so, we can be sure that the Company’s getting the proper guidance there going forward.”