Archive for November, 2011

‘A WARRIOR’S HEART’ PULSATES THROUGH THEATERS DECEMBER 2ND

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene Romance Releasing Across US

Universal City, CA – (November 30, 2011) Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CMGR) (“Camelot”) and Camelot Distribution Group (”CDG”) announced today that A WARRIOR’S HEART will be released theatrically on December 2nd in ten cities including New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Los Angeles by Xenon Pictures. The film will also be released on VOD into over 100 million homes. The cast includes Twilight stars Kellan Lutz (Breaking Dawn, Immortals) and Ashley Greene (Breaking Dawn, LOL) as well as Golden Globe nominee Adam Beach (Flags of our Fathers), Gabrielle Anwar (Scent of a Woman, “Burn Notice”), and “Glee’s” Chord Overstreet.

“This is a great film that will be loved by Twilight fans, sports fans, and their entire family,” commented Producer Steve Istock. “The film delivers a strong positive message that will resonate and speak to viewers of all ages. We are excited that fans who have been waiting for the release will now be able to see A WARRIOR’S HEART on the big screen.”

After moving from the West Coast to the East Coast, star high-school lacrosse player Conor Sullivan, in shock and denial over his Marine father’s death in battle, starts acting out in self-destructive ways. But arduous training in a wilderness lacrosse camp under the eye of his dad’s old combat buddy and a new love interest help Conor to find the true meaning of sportsmanship and life.

A Family Productions and California Pictures production, A WARRIOR’S HEART was directed by Mike Sears, written by Martin Dugard, and produced by Marc Spizzirri and Steven Istock.

CDG holds the right internationally and premiered the film in Cannes this past May.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER-A WARRIOR’S HEART

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

‘Breaking Dawn’s’ Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene Reunite in ‘A Warrior’s Heart’ Trailer (Video)

11:09 PM PST 11/21/2011 by THR Staff

The lacrosse drama, directed by Michael F. Sears, is set for a limited release on Dec. 2.

Kellan Lutz

Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene play adopted siblings in The Twilight Saga, but the duo pair off romantically for the lacrosse drama A Warrior’s Heart.

The film, produced by California Pictures and Family Productions, is slated for a Dec. 2 limited release and is directed by Michael F. Sears. Lutz stars as Lacrosse player Conor Sullivan, who struggles to come to terms with the death of his Marine father. Through a wilderness camp led by his dad’s former combat pal — played by Adam Beach — Conor learns to live and let go. Greene stars as his high school love interest, Brooklyn.

Gabrielle Anwar and Chord Overstreet also star.

The screenplay was written by Martin Dugard. Camelot Entertainment Group and Xenon Pictures own the rights.

Watch the trailer here.

KELLAN LUTZ TALKS ‘A WARRIOR’S HEART’ ON ACCESS HOLLYWOOD

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Lacrosse Drama to have Limited Theatrical Release December 2nd

VARIETY-CAMELOT, SHOWBOX INK THREE-PIC DEAL

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Camelot, Showbox ink three-pic deal

Distribution pact announced at AFM

By Dave McNary
“Attack of the Herbals” is among pics Camelot has picked up.

“Attack of the Herbals” is among pics Camelot has picked up.

Camelot Entertainment Group and Camelot Distribution Group have closed a deal with UK’s Showbox Media Group Limited for a trio of titles — ”A Warrior’s Heart,” ”Attack of the Herbals” and ”Norman.”

Camelot announced the deal Sunday at the American Film Market.

”Warrior” stars Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz and follows the story of a troubled teenager who turns to his new love interest to find his way.

”Herbals” is centered on experimental Nazi tea washing up on the shores of Scotland, turning those who drink it into kill crazed zombies.

Family drama ”Norman” stars Emily VanCamp and Dan Byrd with original music by Andrew Bird.

”Warrior” was also sold in Latin America to CDC and Eagle Pictures bought ”Never Sleep Again” for Australia.