Oakhurst Entertainment Secures Funding For Development Slate

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Exclusive: Oakhurst Entertainment, the company founded by Brillstein Entertainment executive Jai Khanna, has made a pact with Productivity Media Inc for $2M annual development funding, which will help Oakhurst secure IPs, hire writers, and spend on progress-to-production logistics. The first project under the deal is Hack Pack, based on a Miami New Times story written by journalist Tim Elfrink.

It’s a true story of four kids from South Florida who led the world’s biggest online identity heist. Led by Albert Gonzalez, a computer hacker and criminal, masterminded the combined credit card theft and subsequent reselling of more than 170 million card and Atm numbers: the biggest such fraud in history. Gonzalez and his accomplices used sophisticated technology to hack into numerous major U.S. retailers. With an insatiable appetite for money, sex, and drugs, the multi-million-dollar scam had deadly consequences. The project is currently out to writers.

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