Tapped Out Premiere Brings Hollywood to London

Tapped Out Press Release (London)

Tapped Out Brings Hollywood to London

Local Actor and Mixed Martial Artists come together for the Premiere of Allan Ungar’s TAPPED OUT

April 15, 2014 London- Local Actor, Cody Hackman, is bringing Allan Ungar’s Tapped Out movie premiere to London, Ontario courtesy of Lionsgate, VVS Films, and Hackybox Pictures. The premiere is the first of its kind to hit London screens, and it is set to take place Wednesday April 23, 2014, at the Masonville SilverCity.

As a writer and actor of Tapped Out, Cody Hackman, a London local and five-time World Karate Champion, plays the lead character in what is considered to be his breakout role. The premiere features a variety of Mixed Martial Artists and Actors who have worked together to compose a modern day version of “The Karate Kid”. The film’s featured actors include, Anderson Silva, Michael Biehn, Cody Hackman, Krzysztof Soszynski, Lyoto Machida, Martin Kove and Nick Bateman. The film was produced by a group of young Canadian filmmakers from London and Toronto.

The story is about a disgruntled teenager, sent to do community service at a rundown Karate School, who enters a local MMA tournament to face the man who killed his parents. Tapped Out will be hosting two showings of the film on Wednesday April 23, 2014. The premiere will take place at 7:30 pm, followed by a public showing at 10:00 pm at Masonville’s SilverCity, located at 1680 Richmond St, London. Red Carpet event is set to take place at 6:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased on the day of or reserved via email at: tappedpremiere2014@gmail.com

Connect with the film on Facebook and Twitter via “Tapped Out The Movie”.

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To request participation in the red carpet event please contact Lauren De Koster, at 519-637-8037 or lauren@twelfthnightevents.com.

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