Camelot and Sparkefilms' 34TH BATTALION Rolling Forward for Spring
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif.,
Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/
-- 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.
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About Camelot Entertainment Group:
Camelot Entertainment Group (OTC: CMGR), through its
subsidiaries Camelot Film Group, Camelot Distribution Group,
Camelot Studio Group, and Camelot Production Services Group is
building a different kind of motion picture studio infrastructure
by redefining the development, financing, production, and
distribution process in the entertainment industry. Camelot
integrates early studio models, new technologies and fiscal
responsibility to acquire, develop, finance, produce, market and
distribute commercial motion pictures, television and digital
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