Los Angeles, CA–Thursday, November 15, 2007–The new documentary film TUPAC: ASSASSINATION – Conspiracy or Revenge? is off to a blockbuster start at retail. This much anticipated and revealing movie has been #1 its first 3 weeks in sales at Transworld (includes FYE & Warehouse Record Stores), #1 its first 2 weeks in sales on Amazon.com, #1 its first & second weeks in sales at Best Buy and #1 in its first & second week in sales at Target. In addition to the retail outlets listed above, The DVD can also be ordered at read more or by calling 1.800.720.2PAC (2722).
“I’m pleased with the initial results at retail but I won’t be satisfied until all of Tupac’s fans have been able to see this movie. The phone calls and e-mails that we have received praising this film from Tupac’s fans has been phenomenal! The response has been truly amazing … go to the website and you’ll see what the fans are saying,” says the film’s distributor Bright Riley, CEO of Eyecon/Fontana, a division of Universal Music Group Distribution.
TUPAC: ASSASSINATION lays out the entire murder conspiracy plot surrounding the murder of the best selling Hip Hop artist of all time. This eye-opening documentary points out all of the failures of law enforcement officials to fully investigate, follow up on leads and interview key parties involved in this tragic event. With the shocking allegations revealed in the film people are drawing their own conclusions as to where the blame lies. Shortly, they will be able to form those opinions to a beat. The TUPAC: ASSASSINATION soundtrack is coming Tuesday, January 22. The soundtrack will be executive produced by Tupac’s brothert Mopreme Shakur and Bright Riley.
TUPAC: ASSASSINATION is a Bond-Age Films and Step-N-Up Enterprises production distributed by Eyecon/Fontana, a division of Universal Music Group Distribution. The film was written and directed by R. J. Bond and Executive Produced by Bond and Frank “Big Frank” Alexander, Tupac’s former bodyguard.
To order the DVD, go online to the official website of the film at read more or call 1.800.720.2PAC(2722).