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InCapta, Inc teams up with Royal Fortune Films for the Movie “4th and Goal”

(July 12, 2018)

Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- InCapta, Inc. (OTCQB:INCT), announced that the company is working in conjunction with Royal Fortune Films, a multimedia Production company based in Fort Worth, Texas, as they begin pre-production and principal photography for the football film “4th and Goal.” The film is projected to begin shooting in the 4th Quarter of 2018.

“4th and Goal” is the inspirational story of Lenni Prince, a star college quarterback who passes up an NFL draft opportunity to remain in school his senior year to help clinch a championship title for his team, only to suffer a life-changing experience, which threatens to end his career. Producer, Randy Roberts said, “It’s a powerful story that possesses strong family and community values that help heal this young man physically and emotionally. “4th and Goal” will reach into the hearts of the audience and allow them to experience the exhilaration and the challenges that this young athlete faces.”

Veteran Hollywood Director/Stunt Coordinator, Terry J. Leonard, will direct the film. He has over 50 years of experience in films and is known for his work on “Inception” (2010), “Red Dawn” (1984), “Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981), as well as three of the most iconic Fast and Furious franchise films, “Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift” (2006), “2 Fast 2 Furious” (2003), and “Furious 7” (2015). Leonard indicated he is extremely excited to bring this original screenplay to life. Leonard said, “It will not be the average “sports film” by any means. The backdrop is football, but the story is about the heart overcoming impossible odds.”

Casting for the role of Lenni Prince has commenced. Key supporting roles will include Academy award nominee Gary Busey (“The Buddy Holly Story”), Donny Boaz (“Alternate Realities”), Nick Mancuso (“Under Siege”), Kedrick Brown (“Surviving Compton”), as well as several former NFL football veterans including Bill Bates (Dallas Cowboys), Ray Ellis (Philadelphia Eagles), Snorsio (Sio) Moore (Oakland Raiders), NFL kicking Coach, Doug Blevins and many others. The screenplay is written by Randy Roberts, A.J. Roberts, and Davy Roberts.

“4th and Goal” has been endorsed by Gus Bell, the Chief Executive Officer of the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl, for recognition of excellence in nationwide high school football players.

Victor “Phazz” Clark, record producer, composer and songwriter for film and TV, notably “Crash”, “Carter High”, “The Bench Warmers”, “Lincoln Heights”, and “Love Games”, will compose the soundtrack for the film. Phazz will be working in conjunction with the talented and well-known Cole Beasley, the Dallas Cowboy wide receiver who has written and recorded the Billboard chart climbing album, “The Autobiography”, featuring his hit single “80 Stings”, written by Cole Beasley and released by Phazzanation and ColdNation Records.

“4th and Goal” has attracted sponsorship from Geico®, Lysol®, Sea-World®, Coca Cola® with other sponsors pending product integration.

Film locations will include North Texas and Georgia. Additionally, Springfield, Missouri, New Mexico and Oklahoma are under consideration.

InCapta, Inc, Chairman and President Gregory Martin said, “We’re thrilled to work with Randy Roberts and his talented team. I’ve known him 7 years and he’s worked tirelessly to bring this movie to the current level. Our goal is to help move the project from the red zone and into the end zone. We’re confident the talent assembled by the respective companies will deliver a film in which all audiences will enjoy, be entertained, identify with and cheer. “4th and Goal” exemplifies a good story, well told and those attributes always make for great films.”

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The company plans to conduct a Reg A offering to facilitate funding for this and many other film and TV projects slated.

On July 9th 2018, Chairman and President Gregory Martin appointed Ean Martin to the position of Chief Operating Officer for InCapta, Inc. Mr. Martin has been on the board of directors since July 26th 2017. Ean Martin said, “I’m very excited to work with InCapta, Inc in a greater capacity and bringing new contacts to the table to further benefit the shareholders, the company and its business plan.”

About InCapta, Inc.

InCapta, Inc., formerly known as TBC Global News Network, Inc., is a media holding company, which works with clients to develop, operate, and market online cloud Television and radio networks, along with entertainment projects including TV, movies and development of a golf ball and golf equipment company. The Company participates in various fields of online business models by providing executive level managerial assistance as well as arranging for clients' online presence through social media.

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