MegaBalls Gaining Steam

MegaBalls Gaining Steam

New York, NY, United States.

When an OCD computer geek, determined to prove he can predict winning lotto results, uncovers his plan has been financed by the Mob, he struggles to beat the odds before his number’s up.

MegaBall$, a comedy film about computer geeks the lotto and the Mob, is gaining steam! The screenplay just named as a finalist in the 2016 WorldSeries of Screenplays, named as one of the top-ten comedy entries. The screenplay ranked in the top 10% of 1,260 international entries of the 2015 Screencraft Comedy Screenplay Competition and was a quarter-finalist in the 2016 Screencraft competition.

SlamDance Screenplay competition stated “…interesting, ambitious and commercial…the premise is a lot of fun and keeps the reader engaged, making for a very marketable story with straightforward storytelling and an excellent plot line.” And Tribeca Institute called a funny and commercial project.

Written by Marc Baron while taking care of his mother during his last days, the story was inspired by a lotto sign near a Manhattan subway stop. Ellen Jacoby said, “The script is one of the funniest I’ve read in long time;” The screenplay is now going out to several recognizable actors.

Filming will take place in NYC, late Spring 2017. The producers of Oroloro Entertainment will be taking MegaBall$ to Sundance as part of growing the film’s name recognition, and for meetings with contacts in sales reps and distribution. The legal work has been revamp making the offering compliant with SEC Rule 506 C, and is soon to be listed with one of the first online investment portals.

This new portal was designed for Broadway shows, but it’s creator like MegaBall$ so much they want it to be one of their first projects. There are 400 investor units valued at $5,000 for a total raise of $2 million.

MegaBall$ –

Slated Oroloro Entertainment –

Marc Baron

Joe Cirillo

Dejan Georgevich

Roger Ambrose –

Rosemary Ponzo –

Veronica Lupu

Hal ‘Corky’ Kessler –

John JB Bruno –

Ellen Jacoby –

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