IRVINE, CA, June 10, 2013 — Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: CMGR) (“Camelot”) announced today that it has retired and returned to treasury 14,370,438,116 shares of its common stock. As a result, the Company now has 5,750,000,000 shares of common stock issued and outstanding. The total non-restricted shares held, including those non-restricted shares held by affiliates that are not currently available for resale, were 2,126,294,556 (including those held in CEDE). Thus far in 2013 Camelot has retired a total of 16,250,000,000 shares of its common stock. The reduction in outstanding shares is part of an overall rebuilding of the company’s infrastructure as it works on bringing its public filings current. Further information can be found in Camelot’s 8-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission at www.sec.gov, at www.otcmarkets.com and on the Company’s website at www.camelotent.com.
INTERNATIONAL STARS VINNIE JONES AND STEPHEN LANG JOIN CAST FOR $20 MILLION WW1 EPIC
Universal City, CA, December 4, 2012 —
Camelot Entertainment Group (OTC: CMGR) announced today that Vinnie Jones (X-Men, Snatch, Gone in Sixty Seconds) and Stephen Lang (Avatar, Terra Nova) have been added to the cast of THE 34th BATTALION as major casting for the $20 million World War I epic nears completion. With its expected start date in the spring of 2013 rapidly approaching, Sparkefilm recently added actress Emilie De Ravin (Lost, Once Upon a Time) to the ensemble cast, which includes Charles Measure (Desperate Housewives), Luke Hemsworth (Bikie Wars), Les Hill (Underbelly) and Claire van der Boom (Hawaii Five-O). Camelot’s subsidiary Camelot Distribution Group is selling the film both domestically and internationally.
DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD EXCLUSIVE: The Australian-born, U.S.-based star of Lost and Once Upon A Time has joined the cast of The 34th Battalion, the saga of an Australian Army unit that fought heroic battles with the Germans during World War I. Emilie De Ravin will play the wife of Nick Farnell’s character, one of four men from Maitland in rural New South Wales who joined the Army in 1916 after the disastrous Gallipoli campaign. The ensemble cast includes Luke Hemsworth, Charles Mesure, Les Hill, Claire van der Boom, Henry Nixon, Andrew Lees and Vince Colosimo. The executive producer is Ian Sparke, who has worked as military adviser, costume designer, researcher and webbing master on numerous film and TV productions; among his credits are the HBO miniseries The Pacific, Foxtel’s docudrama Charles Bean’s Great War and the films Iron Sky, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Beneath Hill 60, Kokoda and The Great Raid. Sparke wrote the screenplay with his son Luke Sparke, who will make his directing debut, and shooting is due to start in early 2013. Camelot is selling international rights. De Ravin is repped by Gersh and manager Darren Goldberg.
—CAMELOT EXPECTING SOLID RESULTS IN 2013; FLEXIBILITY WILL BE KEY TO FUTURE GROWTH—
Universal City, CA, November 27, 2012 —
Camelot Entertainment Group’s (OTC Pinksheets: CMGR) Chairman and CEO Robert Atwell issued the following statement on the future growth prospects in the entertainment and media industry and how it pertains to Camelot’s future:
“With astonishing speed, entertainment and media have evolved into a highly dynamic industry, interconnected by the global digital platform in a manner that few people could even have ever conceived 20 years ago. Today, digital media of all types must be included when considering the scope of the entertainment and media industry. Broadband Internet connections in U.S. homes and businesses totaled about 88 million as 2012 began, plus an additional 105 million mobile Internet subscribers. This means there is a true mass market for online entertainment and media for Camelot to provide content to and realize revenue from in addition to the normal revenue streams currently being generated. Most recently, the “Third Screen” (cell phone-based content including video and music) is becoming a major factor in entertainment and media. As 2012 began, there were about 323 million wireless subscriptions (for cell phones, tablets and other devices) in the U.S. and nearly 6 billion worldwide. Camelot is well positioned to take advantage of these market opportunities due in part to our ability to be flexible and to be able to react efficiently and quickly to this rapidly changing environment.”
“During the last couple of years, Camelot has worked through several financial, legal and regulatory compliance obstacles. While working through and overcoming those roadblocks, our Camelot Distribution Group subsidiary remained focused on building our core distribution business. Our success from these efforts is reflected in the significant improvement in our 2011 and 2010 financial results. During fiscal year 2011, sales increased 41% and revenues increased 67% in comparison to 2010. During fiscal year 2010, sales increased 80% and revenues increased 100% in comparison to 2009.”
“As there was a delay in our reporting due to business changes and other issues, which have now been resolved, our company auditors have been designated to bring our reporting obligations current over the next 6 months in order to prepare for the upcoming opportunities and growth. We expect to file our 2010 reports during the 4th quarter, followed shortly thereafter by our 2011 and 2012 reports.”
“Once our audit is up-to-date, we expect to fund and begin production on our first slate of films to be produced under the Camelot Films Production Model. We are also continuing our efforts to build new studios in Las Vegas and New Orleans. Furthermore, we continue to explore the acquisition of feature film libraries and production/distribution companies that will complement our business model in order to secure the intellectual properties that comprise the foundation of our business.”
“As we near the end of 2012, we have announced that Camelot Distribution Group will be selling our largest film to date; the $20 Million budgeted movie titled “The 34th Battalion” and will be stepping up our planned acquisitions of several more new titles with a goal of fifteen new acquisitions in 2013, with projected gross sales potentially surpassing $5,000,000 for the first time as we continue to efficiently expand our business model both domestically and internationally.”
“Our management team has performed superbly, demonstrating the focus and ingenuity that define our company. In order to meet the demands of this emerging digital marketplace, our team has worked extremely hard under difficult circumstances to solidify Camelot’s position in what is a very competitive environment.”
“I sincerely would like to thank you for your support of Camelot and I am extremely optimistic about our future in the motion picture industry.”
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