Have you ever wanted to star in feature film? Now is your chance, with the YOU’VE GOT THE PART contest from Global Universal Entertainment. Enter the elimination style contest, with the top 10 finalists will receive a live audition! Keep reading for more details,
You’ve Got The Part: New Contest Starts Today!
Los Angeles, CA – June 01, 2011 – Global Entertainment Holdings (OTCQB/BB:GBHL) announced today that the “You’ve Got The Part” division of its Global Universal Film Group subsidiary is beginning a new casting contest, today at 7:59 PM PST. The grand prize is a role in Global Universal Entertainment’s newly announced film Mr. Pink https://www.youvegotthepart.com/.
It is an elimination style contest, similar to those competitions, on TV. The top 10 finalist will receive a live audition! We’ll pick you up, put you up, and let you do your thing in front of the director himself. You wow the director; you win yourself a part in the movie. Simple as that! Now getting to the top 10 is where the twists come in. There is eight levels to the competition. Do you remember “Cuts” in your middle school lunch line? Well remember how it might cost you your desert? Well, we have three levels of elimination that allow “Cuts”. If the line looks too long for you, you can buy a “cut in line”. Also, there are votes by your peers. If you don’t think you got a fare shake or enough votes, you can cut in line, past that level of screening. If 10,000 people submit audition tapes for free, 5,000 will make it to the 2nd round, or you can buy a line cut for $1.00 and be one of the 5,000.
2500 will make it to round 3. Or for an additional $5.00 you can be in the top 2500. Now, if you think you have talent and want it to make it to the next level and be one of the 1250 that will start to be screened by the actual judges, you will have to pay an additional $25.00. This is a small sum of money, compared to moving to Hollywood to try out for the film. So, if you want to make it to the judges and do not wish to be one of the faces in the stadium full of people, so to speak, just “cut in line”. It also gives an option to the argument about just getting lost in the Hollywood crowd, via submitting a head shot that may get tossed in the trash. No costly head shots, no mailing envelopes or stamps, no expensive air fare or hotel rooms….just you and your camera auditioning for the website: WWW.YOUVEGOTTHEPART.COM . You just may be the next Hollywood discovery.
News letter sign up is available and recommended prior to the official launch of the contest. The news letter is being provided to give tips, status reports, and updates to the stars being signed for the lead roles in the movie. The website is being managed by Studio MATRIX.
About Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc.
(OTC: GBHL) is a publicly-held, entertainment company. The Company’s goal is to build a worldwide entertainment organization with a multitude of domestic and foreign production affiliates. GBHL, operating through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Global Universal Film Group, Inc., Global Universal Entertainment, Inc., and its partially-owned Canadian subsidiary Global Universal Pictures, is in the process of developing and producing a slate of motion pictures in Canada and the U.S., employing recognizable-named talent, for worldwide release. GBHL is focused on the financing and marketing of these feature-length films. GBHL, through another wholly owned subsidiary, You’ve Got The Part, Inc. (www.youvegotthepart.com), will attempt to capitalize on the current popularity of Hollywood and reality based programming by casting small roles online that anyone with a digital camera can apply for.
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