Former "American Idol" Contestant Chris Medina Signs Movie Contract
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 14:54:55
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Former American Idol contestant Chris Medina has signed a movie contract for a project that will explore his relationship with his fiancee, who was seriously injured in a car accident. Check out the video announcement below.
"As the Chairman of MCS41, (Metropolitan Creative Studio), I am operating a broad-based entertainment company and one of the leaders in multi-media and distribution services. Some of our divisions book movies in theaters across the United States and the world as well as providing massive media and market reach (awareness) in the marketplace for the studios and independents. Other MCS41 divisions are in the production side of the business as our 2nd unit personnel, credited for performing and filming the action sequences of almost all the major motion pictures, such films as The Dark Knight Rises, Jack Reacher, The Amazing Spider-Man, Men in Black 3 and many more. Last year the media division billed out over 700 million dollars USD. As MCS41 continues to grow and facilitate the motion picture/multimedia business throughout 2013, I am excited to announce a new division of MCS41: Motion Picture Production. This new division has major projects in the works utilizing only the best producers, directors and actors. "The first major movie deal MCS41 has signed is a feature entitled What Are Words (production and distribution); this will be a wide release slated 2014. This movie will be based upon Chris Medina (finalist of American Idol) and Juliana's story. This is the only feature film ever to include rights of the American Idol show. There will be many stars attached to this project. A national concert featuring Chris Medina, with famous named guest artist(s), (45 markets minimum) will kick off the viral marketing of this release to promote the film. The last concert will be on Hollywood Blvd, in front of The Chinese Theater, where the premiere will be held. Juliana will also be receiving significant support as a result of this project that will assist her to lead the best possible life that she can," said MCS41's Jim Schramm.
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Does his story seem like one you'd want to see on the big screen?