Regal Entertainment Group Premieres “The Stream,” a Family Comedy to Benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of America

  Regal Entertainment Group Premieres “The Stream,” a Family Comedy to Benefit
  Boys & Girls Clubs of America

              Regal Exclusive Features BGCA Alumnus Mario Lopez

Business Wire

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- October 7, 2013

Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC), a leading motion picture exhibitor
owning and operating the largest theatre circuit in the United States, today
announces the exclusive engagement of a new family comedy “The Stream,” a
unique film benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs of America. This coming-of-age
movie will be released only in select Regal Entertainment Group theatres
across the nation on October 18.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumnus and Ambassador Mario Lopez (Extra!, X
Factor), Kelly Rutherford (Gossip Girl), Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs)
and Rainn Wilson (The Office, Super, Six Feet Under) are all featured in “The
Stream,” a film set in 1981, that follows the story of five friends who embark
on an epic adventure. All they have to do is follow The Stream and back. With
Mom gone for three hours what could possibly go wrong? Encountering bullies,
mystical creatures and a nasty storm, the friends will need the force of
friendship to prevail. More details are available at

“The Stream” was produced by Dreaming Tree Foundation to benefit Boys & Girls
Clubs of America. Nearly 200 kids from Boys & Girls Clubs around the country
received the opportunity to work behind the camera or in the editing bay. The
majority of all producer revenues from theatre, DVD, VOD, TV and other
distribution will be given to Boys & Girls Clubs of America to support the
organization’s youth development programs.

“I wouldn’t be where I am at today if Boys & Girls Clubs of America was not a
part of my life,” stated Mario Lopez. “It’s important for me to give back to
an organization that has given me so much. And now families can support the
work they do simply by taking their kids to the movies starting October 18.”

The theatrical release exclusively in Regal Cinemas, United Artists and
Edwards Theatres will be launched with two “blue-carpet” premieres at Regal
Union Square Stadium 14 in New York city on October 15 and Regal L.A. Live
Stadium 14 in Los Angeles on October 16 with attendance by actors in the film,
BGCA teen-filmmakers and BGCA celebrity ambassadors and supporters at both

“The filming of ‘The Stream’ was a unique approach to partnering for Boys &
Girls Clubs of America, and we celebrate the opportunity to expose our Club
kids to the behind-the-scenes aspects of the film industry while working with
some of our most supportive celebrity alumni,” said Frank Sanchez, National
Vice President of Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Relations for Boys & Girls
Clubs of America. “Our mission is to positively impact the lives of youth, and
this film provides a fun way for the public to support us in accomplishing

Regal supports the life-changing work of BGCA throughout the year, including
opportunities for Club members to enjoy movies during the “Regal Summer Movie
Express.” In addition to Regal’s support as exclusive exhibitor, other
benefactors for this film include presenters AT&T and Taco Bell Foundation for
Teens, with additional support from Best Buy, ITW, Exelon, Shure Incorporated
and Century 21, all of whom sponsored this program because of their commitment
to America’s youth.

Rainn Wilson added, “Just by going to the movies you can make a difference to
millions of kids. It’s a unique way to give back and support Boys & Girls
Clubs of America and our kids who need it most.”

To see the movie trailer and for a list of participating Regal Entertainment
Group theatres visit or
“The Stream” is rated PG for language, some bullying, rude humor and brief

About Dreaming Tree Films & Foundation

Since 2004, Dreaming Tree’s teen-filmmaking programs have been giving
thousands of youth nationwide the chance to put their creativity and their
confidence to action by creating films and documentaries that premiere
nationwide. More than just movie magic, Dreaming Tree is about inspiring youth
to realize their potential and see that any dream is within their reach - all
through the lens of film.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of America

For more than 100 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of America ( has
enabledyoung peoplemost in needto achieve great futures as productive,
caring, responsible citizens. Today, nearly 4,000 Clubs serve 4.1 million
young people through Club membership and community outreach. Clubs are located
incities, towns, public housingand on Native American landsthroughout the
country. Children and families of the U.S. Armed Services receive Club
programs and support through BGCA-affiliated Youth Centers located on U.S.
military installations worldwide. Clubs provide asafe place, caring adult
mentors, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programson a
daily basisduring critical non-school hours. Club programs promote academic
success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. In a Harris
Survey of alumni, 57 percent said the Club saved their lives. National
headquarters are located in Atlanta. Learn more at and

About Regal Entertainment Group

Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC) operates the largest and most
geographically diverse theatre circuit in the United States, consisting of
7,334 screens in 575 theatres in 42 states along with Guam, Saipan, American
Samoa and the District of Columbia as of September 26, 2013. The Company
operates theatres in 46 of the top 50 U.S. designated market areas. We believe
that the size, reach and quality of the Company’s theatre circuit not only
provide its patrons with a convenient and enjoyable movie-going experience,
but is also an exceptional platform to realize economies of scale in theatre

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Media Contacts:
Kelli Feigley
Managing Director
Dreaming Tree Foundation
Monica G. Coleman
Director of Public Relations
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Russ Nunley
Vice President of Marketing & Communications
Regal Entertainment Group
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