SOURCE: Big Screen Entertainment Group

October 27, 2006 11:18 ET

Horror Icon Added to Cast of Big Screen's "Babysitter Wanted"

HOLLYWOOD, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 27, 2006 -- Big Screen Entertainment Group (PINKSHEETS: BSEG) is pleased to announce that legendary horror film actor Bill Moseley, who played one of the leads in Rob Zombie's recent "The Devil's Rejects," has joined the cast of "Babysitter Wanted." He also starred in "House of a Thousand Corpses" and "Chainsaw Massacre 2."

Recently Bill won "Best Duo for a Horror Film" with Sherry Moon Zombie at the 2006 Fangoria Awards for "The Devil's Rejects" which went on to gross $45,000,000 theatrically and on DVD domestically.

In Big Screen's "Babysitter Wanted," Bill plays the local town sheriff who investigates mysterious events at the local college.

Principal photography is currently underway on the new horror film from Big Screen.

In other news, the Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, Charles Durning film "Forget About It" is being released in Arizona and Connecticut today. The film has expanded its release with the addition of AMC theatres, which joins Harkins and Mallview.

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