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on the Set of 'DEATH WARRIOR'

LOS ANGELES, March 13 /PRNewswire/ --, the pioneering movie site
that takes fans behind the scenes of major motion pictures to give them a
first-hand look at movies in production, is ready on the set of DEATH WARRIOR
to deliver exclusive daily updates and provide fans with LIVE DEATH streaming
access during actual production. 

DEATH WARRIOR, an action-packed movie set to bring the Mixed Martial Arts
(MMA) phenomena to life, features five of the best Mixed Martial Arts
champions from around the world including Georges St-Pierre, Quinton 'Rampage
Jackson,'Keith Jardine, Rashad Evansand Hector Echavarria.  In the movie, the
fighters must fight to the death in a race against time, which leads up to an
ultimate showdown where there can be only one Death Warrior.  The film,
currently in production in Toronto, Canada, is being produced by Sean Buckley
of Buck Productions, directed by Bill Corcoran and will be distributed by
Grindstone Entertainment Group and Lions Gate Entertainment towards the end of

"MovieSet is thrilled to be able to provide behind-the-scenes access to fight
fans and film fans alike," says MovieSet CEO, Colleen Nystedt.  "This live
streaming experience adds another dimension to the overall motion picture
experience and is like watching DVD bonus features, but in real time on the

While on set, will follow daily production from all angles giving
fans online an exclusive look at all aspects of the movie making process.
Additionally, exclusive interviews with the director, producers, cast and
various crew will also be made available daily on beginning
Monday March 16, 2009. will also feature three days of LIVE DEATH on March 16th, 17th
and 20th.  On these three dates, will stream LIVE from the set of
DEATH WARRIOR providing fans unparalleled access to some of the movie's most
critical fight sequences as they are being shot on those days. 

"Now the toughest fight begins for me... the locations are picked, actors
rehearsed, sets are dressed and now it's battling the elements of making
movies inside my personal octagon.  Every day, like a fighter you come to the
set light on your toes, guard up, prepared to strike and wrestle the forces of
nature to submission," states director Bill Corcoran.  "It could and will come
from anywhere, the camera that doesn't work, the exploding 12 k light, the
actor who sleeps in or the sudden hurricane.  It's a fight every day just to
try and get each shot.  To attain every part of the dream you have held on to
make this a great fight movie."

Buck Productions was founded in 1994 by Executive Producer/Owner Sean Buckley
and has been something of an insider's secret ever since.  After years of hard
work, and with a small but mighty staff, Buck Productions has evolved into an
innovative and diverse production house, producing an array of film and
television content in a variety of genres.  Today, Buck Productions is one of
Toronto's foremost production companies, small enough to support independent
producers and productions, but large enough to produce feature length films,
documentaries, episodic television, and a wide variety of commercials, while
remaining true to their roots in corporate communications.  To learn more
about Buck Productions, please visit is a leading movie web site providing fans with daily movie news
and updates while offering producers proprietary turnkey technology to create
a dynamic online presence for their movies while in production.  Founded and
led by veteran movie producer Colleen Nystedt, allows fans to
track a movie's progress from green light to release with an active
interactive social networking environment layered over actual movie production


Press, Phillip Nakov of, +1-818-424-0743,;
or Production, Joel Burch, Associate Producer, Death Warrior Films Inc.,
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