This page represents NextGeneration Enterprises, a small operation with a lot of great stuff on the horizon. Please be patient—we're not experts, we're not professionals, but we ARE full of creativity and confidence.
NextGeneration is part of Cameo Entertainment Group, which is basically the overall "entity" for my various film, television, and other projects. CEG also houses Cameo Films, among other things.
Cameo Films (the stuff I'm really focused on): www.facebook.com/cameofilms
KT Cannon™: www.facebook.com/TheKTCannon
Lauren Lockhart™: www.facebook.com/L3Lockhart
Cameo Films: @CameoFilms
KT Cannon™: @TheKTCannon
Lauren Lockhart™: @L3Lockhart
(YES, I roleplay as my characters on social media sites! I think it's a great way to generate publicity for them!)
CLICK HERE to visit the official KT Cannon™ website!
CLICK HERE to visit the KT Cannon™ Wiki!
COMPLETE CHARACTER LIST is now available!
PEOPLE WHO ROCK
(I know there's people I forgot, so I apologize. This list WILL be updated, though!)
:thumb293929291: (I should probably stop here...)
This was originally posted to Facebook, but I decided to also post it here. (Warning: this may be considered by some to be a pointless rant, but I figured I'd let it out anyway)
Cameo Films/Cameo Entertainment Group, as you may know, is the name of my developing production studio.
I first conceived the Cameo name in 2005 and decided to use it when going into film and other media production a few years later. In recent months, I have apparently been confused with several other unrelated companies—especially on Twitter. In particular, there is a company named Cameo Films based in India, as well as a rather prominent independent video distributor in Spain which carries the Cameo name, started in 2003. There is also a company named Cameo Entertainment Group based in Quincy, Massachusetts.
It's become clear to me that if Cameo is to expand and grow like I intend it to, I may have to change the name of my own company going forward in order to avoid potential legal action. One way I've considered doing that is by reviving a currently-defunct trademark; for example, Brick Top Productions—a company based in my hometown, no less—recently changed its name to Carolco Pictures after acquiring the respective trademarks from StudioCanal (who bought the original incarnation of the company). Of course, they also brought on original co-founder Mario Kassar as well...
This is a lot to think about and I wonder if I'm getting ahead of myself this early in the game. But, I am someone who is very ambitious and I can't help but look ahead about everything, both good and not so good. Nothing will change in the immediate future, this will not affect the NextGeneration brand name, and in any case nothing will stop what I believe is my calling to inspire people through the power of entertainment.Thanks for your attention.