Doc Hollywood Studios (formerly Doc Hollywood Kidz, Inc.) Changes Name To Hollywood Studios Int.; Increases Activity in Dubai
From the press release:
LOS ANGELES, CA — CEO Steven Saxton announced today plans to change the name of Doc Hollywood Studios to Hollywood Studios International.
“This is a subtle change, but a significant one. Our future is larger than North America, and we wanted to brand ourselves with a global identity,” Saxton said.
The move follows the Company’s increased activity in Dubai, as well as several international acquisitions currently under review. The Company’s long-term plans include offices in London, Paris, and San Paulo.
The Company will be based out of Los Angeles and Dubai, U.A.E. The name change will be completed within the next month and stockholders are encouraged to contact the Los Angeles office for updated reports and company materials.
On the news, shares of the company’s stock held steady at 0.15 cents a share.
The reborn Hollywood Studios International, whose V.P. of Internal Affairs, Kimberly Mullen, was a former contestant on Survivor, will inherit a fine slate of upcoming filmed entertainments such as:
- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 2005
“The motion picture is expected to be budgeted at US$14 million, and partially take advantage of European financial and tax incentives, such as those in force in England and Hungary. Consequently, the film will be shot on location in Europe. While no directors have been singled out as possibilities, the companies are talking to several European directors at this time.”
- MOTO KIDZ
Executive Producer:Steven Saxton
Producers: Steve Perry and Alexander Tabrizi
No information available
- ARMY MEN
No information available
The new name change comes just five months after changing their name from Doc Hollywood Kidz, Inc. to Doc Hollywood Studios, Inc. That press release from October 2005 announcing the change, as well as plans for a branded Visa debit card, is helpfully preserved on their website:
HOLLYWOOD, CA–Oct 6, 2005– Doc Hollywood Kidz, Inc. has completed a 1 for 100 reverse split of its common stock, acquired Doc Hollywood Studios, Inc. as a wholly owned subsidiary that owns Doc Hollywood Productions and Artist International Management and changed its name to Doc Hollywood Studios, Inc.
We are also currently finalizing our marketing plan for setting up cardholder benefit programs to launch Doc Hollywood Kidz/Artist International Visa Debit Cards. In addition, we plan to rapidly grow through continued strategic partnerships and acquisitions, which are currently in negotiations
Come to think of it, I never did get my Doc Hollywood Kidz/Artist International Visa debit card in the mail. I guess I will have to reapply for the Hollywood Studios International Visa debit card. (Do they take Visa in Dubai?)