LOS ANGELES (June 21, 2011) – Maya Entertainment has launched a unique “win a date” promotion for the psycho-sexual thriller Playing House, which will be released on DVD June 21. Fans have an opportunity to win a date with Mayra Leal (Arena, Machete, TV’s “The Deep End”), star of the film, for dinner at The Federal Bar (www.thefederalbar.com) in North Hollywood. The date will be filmed and the footage edited into short clips to use as online content for Maya Entertainment. To enter the contest, fans will have to “Like” the official Maya Entertainment Facebook Page and enter their full name and email. Fans will be given a chance for another entry, by tweeting a pre-determined tweet. The contest starts on June 21 and runs through July 5, 2011.
In Playing House, two newlyweds ask their best friend to move in and help with the mortgage, the friend soon brings home a stunning temptress obsessed with obtaining her own twisted American dream. Starring Mayra Leal (Arena, Machete, TV’s “The Deep End”), Sarah Prikryl (11 Minutes Ago, Stellina Blue), Craig Welbacher (TV’s “Hawthorne,” 11 Minutes Ago), Playing House will be available on DVD for $27.98 SRP. Playing House has a running time of 84 minutes and is not rated.
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Maya Entertainment Group, Inc. is an independent multi-platform content/distribution company that has established itself as the leader of media product that appeals to the “new mainstream” of American Latino and Multi-cultural audiences. Led by entertainment industry pioneers, Moctesuma Esparza (Selena, Gettysburg) and Jeff Valdez (Sí TV, QuePasa.com), Maya Entertainment has established a library of over 100 titles, which are carried in retail, rental, and VOD, and are sold to foreign markets by Maya International Distribution. Maya is constantly expanding its reach via evolving distribution technologies. Recent theatrical and home video releases include the Official 2010 Sundance selection The Dry Land, starring America Ferrera, Jason Ritter, and Wilmer Valderrama; the action-drama Across the Line starring Aidan Quinn, Mario Van Peebles, and Andy Garcia; and Sins of My Father (Pecados de mi Padre), the true story of Pablo Escobar, the infamous boss of Colombia’s Medellin drug cartel, as told through the eyes of his son; and Sympathy for Delicious, directed by and starring Mark Ruffalo, Orlando Bloom, Laura Linney and Juliette Lewis. Coming soon from Maya is Without Men, starring Eva Longoria Parker, Christian Slater and Oscar Nunez.