BURBANK, Calif. – The new hip-hop motion picture "The Label" will be released worldwide online at http://www.thelabelmovie.com on October 10, 2006. The Southwest Pictures motion picture “The Label” chronicles the daily trials and tribulations of an independent hip-hop record company that becomes the target of a federal investigation. Sinistar Records C.E.O. Big Mack Money and his sexy bodyguard Starr must battle the hip-hop cops, rival labels and haters in order to keep the company on top.
"The Label" is an independent film sensation. The U.S. domestic and international theatrical, network television, cable, pay-per-view and Internet rights to the film are now available. The film’s global release is a major opportunity for a distribution company to get on board “The Label” train.
"Cinematic Gangster: The Label Motion Picture Soundtrack" distribution rights have been available from Southwest Pictures to coincide with the DVD’s worldwide release. The soundtrack features 14 cutting edge hip-hop tracks featured in the film. Additionally, two music videos of the title song “The Label” and “Get Da Katt” have been completed and are now ready for broadcast. It is the new must have item for fans of the film and all hip-hop music lovers.
Southwest Pictures is expanding “The Label” movie franchise by continuing the behind-the-scenes exposé of the hip-hop industry storyline in an upcoming sequel currently in production. In addition to the film franchise, “The Label” television series is at this time in development, which further delves into the hip-hop business and the characters from “The Label”.
“The Label” comic book is presently in development as well with new stories based on the characters from the motion picture. Ancillary products include three clothing lines based on apparel from the movie including the new fashion labels:
Mack Wear, Lady Mack and Urban Lion. Further products in development include “The Label” video game, jewelry line, and an action figure line.
Available for Immediate Licensing and Distribution for
U.S. Domestic and International
Theatres, Network Television, Cable, Pay-Per-View and Internet
Total running time: 110 Minutes Approximately
Originated on Motion Picture Color Negative Film
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