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Old 37 Lead Brandi Cyrus’s Aussie Adventure

NY, NY June 19, 2012 – With pre-production in full swing for OLD 37, a psychological slasher about two brothers posing as paramedics, who intercept 911 calls in a retired old ambulance, writer/producer/co-director Paul Travers and actress Brandi Cyrus will head to Australia next month to promote the film and introduce indie-pop band Sheppard at their hometown show July 22nd at the Old Museum in Brisbane. Brandi will also be making appearances on morning television in Sydney. Sheppard will not only be performing in the film, but will have songs included on the soundtrack and placed throughout the film.

Fast paced and blood soaked, OLD 37 taps into the most basic human fear: vulnerability. The words “don’t worry, I’m a paramedic” will make you think twice before dialing 9-1-1. “I am so excited to be a part of OLD 37! I was totally drawn to Angel’s character and the script is unique and exciting. Horror fans will love it!” says Brandi Cyrus.

The chaos begins filming this September in Long Island, New York, co-directed and edited by three-time Emmy winning editor, Christian Winters. First time writer/producer/co-director Paul Travers will produce his script with partners Carrie Alton and Evan Greenhill. Although casting is still underway, the film has secured horror heavyweight Kane Hodder as one of the killers and stunt coordinator, as well assome solid young actors, including Brandi Cyrus, (Hannah Montana, Zoey 101) and Max Ehrich (High School Musical 3. The movie’s soundtrack will be composed by talented music producer Darius Holbert (Hobo with a Shotgun, Cedar Rapids) and feature Sheppard. For more on Sheppard, discover them here: www.WeAreSheppard.com and be sure to visit them in NYC while they are performing on the Central Park Summer Stage on August 18th.

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