WORLD FILMS, INC. ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF JOHN LENNON'S WHITE SUIT FROM THE ABBEY ROAD ALBUM COVER FOR $118,000 ALONG WITH THE DEBUT OF THEIR FIRST FILM, "SOFT TARGET," AT THE AMERICAN FILM MARKET, NOVEMBER 2-9, 2005, SANTA MONICA, CA.
DELRAY BEACH, FL (November 2, 2005) - World Films, Inc., a newly formed film company, will unveil their first film, "Soft Target," at the November 2-9 American Film Market held in Santa Monica, Ca. The company has acquired several key historic movie and entertainment memorabilia, which will be used in their future films scheduled for release during 2006.
"We are very excited with the response to our first film, "Soft Target," by the international distributors in the UK, Far East, South Africa, Indonesia, Russia and Hong Kong, and about 80 other countries," commented Ted Pryor, Co-Chairman and Executive Director of World Films, Inc. "This action-packed police thriller starring actors Gary Busey and Don "The Dragon" Wilson, who is considered by experts as the greatest kickboxer in the world, will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end; we feel that Gary, Don and Bill Gottlieb of Gorilla Pictures, our producer for the film, we a perfect team for our first movie," continued Ted Pryor at a recent interview at World Films Delray Beach, Florida's headquarter.
"Our goal is to produce cutting-edge films for both U.S. and international distribution channels and to position World Films, Inc. as an avant garde film house differentiating ourselves by both the quality of scripts along with the incorporation of legendary pop culture movie and history memorabilia into our films. For example, John Lennon's white sure worn on 1969 Abbey Road album acquired recently from Julien's Auction House for $118,000," commented Anthony V. Pugliese III, Co-Chairman and Executive Director in World Films, Inc. and a major private collector of movie, music, TV, history and Harry Houdini memorabilia. "We feel our national and international audiences will not only enjoy viewing our films, but also being able to see once again many of the entertainment and film industry's memorable items from the Beatles, Gladiator, and the Godfather to Brandon Lee's leather coat, worn at the time of his death on the set of "The Crow," adding to the appeal of our viewers' experience."
World Films, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Delray Beach, Fl. and will start filming of the action hero movie "Last Sentinel" before the end of 2005 and start their next film in early 2006 called "Marked for Life," a murder mystery film. The script was written by Anthony V. Pugliese based on a story set in Philadephia in the early 60s and 80s with a case of wanna-be mafia characters.
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