FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 22, 2014
Legendarium Media Launches with Two Feature Films
Tucson, AZ. Legendarium Media, LLC, a Tucson based fantasy and science fiction media and production company announced today that Mark Ostley will step away from his position at the Middle-earth Network and the company’s new Legendarium Media brand will be launched with the production of two feature films. The Middle-earth Network will cease all business activities not adopted by Legendarium Media.
With a renewed focus on its core business strengths, the Legendarium Media founders will continue to provide world-class fantasy and sci-fi news and interviews, and begin the process of developing original content as well. Filmmaker, author, and entrepreneur, Erik Yeager, will lead the transition to Legendarium Media as the brand’s new Director of Operations and Media.
“Change can be difficult to navigate,” said Yeager, “but Legendarium Media is acquiring the best of the Middle-earth Network’s assets, including Legendarium News and Middle-earth Network Radio, which will be re-branded as Legendarium Radio. By refocusing on these core strengths, Legendarium Media will build a significant community of fans who will see Legendarium as a highly relevant information and entertainment hub. The right team is in place and the Founders are ready for this positive change.”
To launch Legendarium Media’s new Filmed Entertainment wing with production-ready projects, Legendarium Media will initially focus on two projects that Erik Yeager has been actively developing: Jobadiah, a stylized supernatural western film based on the Biblical book of Job, and The Narrow Road, a medieval fantasy film based on John Bunyan’s 17th-century classic novel, The Pilgrim’s Progress.
Jobadiah is set to begin production in February 2015, starring Anthony Tyler Quinn.
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