Based on a true story, GET FAMOUS follows the misadventures of a starry-eyed rock band who move to Los Angeles only to discover that their landlord is secretly filming them. Broke and desperate, they decide to blackmail him in order to pay for their demo, leading to an insane series of events which includes three deaths, two murders, and a sudden rise to fame.
Become an Executive Producer
Have you ever dreamed of sipping an aged whiskey with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas? Or maybe you'd prefer a sailing trip to Catalina with Tom Hanks. Perhaps you'd like to indulge in caviar and foie gras with the likes of Tina Fey...
Well, when you become an "Executive Producer" of your own feature film you can do all this and more!
Investor Payout and Profit
Never mind the peasants. When you don Hollywood's most prestigious title and become Executive Producer, you will have priority in being reimbursed in an amount equal to one hundred and twenty-five percent (125%) of your entire capital contribution to Get Famous LLC before a single penny is doled out to the director, actors, or anyone in the crew.
After 125%, the profit is split 50/50 between the investors and the production company. The 50% production company split consists of percentages given to the director, producer, writer, crew, etc. The other 50% goes straight into your fat wallet.
Your individual investment will be the percentage of the film you own on the investment side of the project and your opportunity to rub elbows with Madonna in Malibu or be known hereto as Pessoa Rica in Brazilian markets.
Below is a list of movies similar to ours. As you can see, the people who worked on these films are now driving Lamborghini's and swimming in pools filled with gold coins.
The US federal government has a tax write-off for independent film producers. The Hollywood elites strike again! Huzzah!
The new Section 181 Deduction under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2018 (TCJA) likewise creates a 100% deduction for any money invested in a film, television series, or live stage production that is produced in the United States and that qualifies under the original qualification standards of Section 181.
What does a 100% tax deduction mean for YOU? It means that for every $1.00 you invest in a film or television series, you can write off 37 cents from your tax return. That is a tremendous incentive to invest in a film, television or stage production, when more than a third of the investment can be written off!
Or think of it this way:
Either the government is going to take your money... or you can give it to us instead and hit motherfucking paydirt.