THE LOST MEDALLION: THE ADVENTURES OF BILLY STONE Coming to Theaters 3/1

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As a poignant example of the significant surge in popularity and demand for family-friendly media, MeThinx Entertainment presents a new action-packed film, THE LOST MEDALLION: THE ADVENTURES OF Billy Stone.  Slated to open in theaters nationwide on March 1, 2013, the film stars Alex Kendrick (Courageous, Fireproof and Facing the Giants) with Mark Dacascos (Iron Chef, Hawaii Five-Oand aims to entertain and inspire kids and parents alike.

An epic family movie event, The Lost Medallion features themes of friendship, teamwork and good overcoming evil, all while teaching kids the truth of their tremendous value.

The film was written, directed and produced by bestselling author and owner of MeThinx Entertainment, Bill Muir (The Crossing, Invisible Enemies) and is based on a series of fictional novels of the same name, also written by Muir and released in 2011.  A brand new version of the novel, co-written by New York Times bestselling author Alex Kendrick, is slated to hit shelves in conjunction with the 2013 theatrical release.

The journey of The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone commences as Daniel Anderson (Kendrick) visits a foster home to drop off a donation and is quickly roped into telling the kids a story. Daniel tells the tale of Billy Stone (Billy Unger – Lab Rats on Disney XD, American Treasure, You Again)  and Allie (Sammi Hanratti - American Girl, A Christmas Carol), two 13-year-old friends who uncover a long-lost medallion and accidentally wish themselves back in time.

In order for Billy to save Allie's life, he must give up the lost medallion to the evil warlord, Cobra, (Dacascos) who rules the island and its people. Now, in order to retrieve the medallion and save the island people from slavery, Billy and Allie must work together with a young arrogant king (Jansen Panettiere - The Perfect Game), his best friend, and a wise old man (James Hong - Kung Fu Panda, Chinatown, Blade Runner).  Together, this unlikely group will learn not only how to work together, but when they do, great things can be accomplished.

Kendrick, known for his passion and work with Sherwood Pictures, became involved in The Lost Medallion to help make a significant impact on children's lives.  "Our kids' hearts are under attack from the deception of 'destructive lies' found in media and our culture and the words of 'mean kids,' says Kendrick. "This is a film that every family should see...twice."




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