Apr 14, 2015, Press Release
Irvine, CA, April 14, 2015 -- Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC PINK: BRSE) announced today that its entertainment division, Emaji Entertainment, has acquired the rights to reboot “The Howling”, the 1981 horror classic that to date has seen eight films released that have been based in part of the three novels written by Gary Brander. This is the first film production for the recently formed Emaji Entertainment, which is a division of Broadside Enterprises, Inc. Emaji Entertainment plans to produce “The Howling” as the first in a series of films based upon well known film properties.
Additional details on the production and distribution of “The Howling” will be released as the film moves through the pre-production process.
“The Howling” was a 1981 werewolf-themed horror film directed by Joe Dante, who also directed “Gremlins”. Made for $1.5 million, the movie went on to gross $18 million in its initial theatrical release. Between 1985 and 2011 there were seven more “Howling” related films produced in the franchise, including “Howling II” in 1985, “Howling III” in 1987, “Howling IV” in 1988, “Howling V” in 1989, “Howling VI” in 1991, “Howling: New Moon Rising” in 1995, and “The Howling: Reborn” in 2011.
Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: BRSE), “Where Imagination Comes Alive,” based in Irvine, CA, is a publicly traded company with three divisions: Emaji Ventures, including Netoy and corporate acquisitions, Emaji Entertainment, specializing in film, television and digital media; and Emaji Sports, which embodies Emaji’s Professional Sports Acquisition Group, Flashback International and Emaji Youth Sports.
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