SOURCE: SuperBox, Inc.

SuperBox, Inc.

February 06, 2012 15:18 ET

SuperBox Launches Talent Management Unit Focusing on China

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 6, 2012) - SuperBox, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SBOX), a leading global Media & Entertainment company, today announced the launch of a new unit to its rapidly expanding business -- SuperBox Talent; the announcement was made today by Russell Stuart, President/CEO of SuperBox Inc.

"With the Chinese cinema culture growing at the rate of four new movie screens per day and China's current ranking as the No. 2 movie market in the world, it has become clear to us that this is the ideal time to capitalize on the growing demand for American A-list celebrities in China," said Stuart. "Building personal brand recognition in this massive emerging market is becoming increasingly more critical to an American celebrity's earning potential and future bottom line."

SuperBox Talent will bring top U.S talent to the forefront of Chinese media. The New unit will represent projects and secure celebrity branding & endorsements deals, celebrity appearances, provide public relations and foreign territory image management and social networking services in China and worldwide. SuperBox Talent will also work with Chinese A-list talent specifically in the Western market.

About SuperBox, Inc.

SuperBox Inc. is a leading global Media & Entertainment company that creatively develops, packages, produces and distributes original entertainment, talent, games and software across various media platforms. Divisions of operation include music, live events, talent management, branding & endorsements, motion pictures, television, & digital media production and distribution for personal computers and mobile devices. The company is based in Beverly Hills, CA with development offices in Vancouver, Canada.

SuperBox, Inc. is publicly traded over-the-counter under the ticker symbol (PINKSHEETS: SBOX).

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