“In a story that shows that not all conflicts can be broken down into ‘good’ against ‘evil’, two young men with conflicting goals and extraordinary powers fight to change the world around them. Lucas White is a successful actor enjoying his career, but tragedy strikes as his fiance Rebecca Caine begins to lose in her fight against cancer. Desperate, Brandon Caine, Rebecca’s brother, hatches a miracle drug that could save her life. Putting his own life on the line, Lucas volunteers to have the drug tested on him, and is granted miraculous health and fantastic powers. Rushing to save Rebecca’s life, the lives of Brandon and Lucas are shattered when they discover that they are too late…
With the tragic loss of Rebecca haunting them, Lucas and Brandon set out to use their new-found powers to better the world around them, starting with the city they live in. While Brandon’s goals are noble, his methods are ruthless, and he quickly garners attention from the police. Lucas’ goals are much more modest, and his methods are straight-forward. Inevitably, their paths cross, and the two face off against each other. Brandon, fuelled by anger, hatred and aimless vengeance, and Lucas, driven with guilt and the desire to do well in his deceased fiance’s eyes, come together in a series of clashes that will determine not only the fate of their city, but the whole world…
Not all stories can be told in black and white, sometimes it’s grey versus grey.”
Having had success earlier this year throughout much of Ontario and Canada with their indie film Fifteen Keys, HB Entertainment is hoping to continue this fortune with the bad-ass, in your face, hero movie they call Luxeon. Although still in production, this movie has already shown great potential in regards to both plot and overall quality. They haven’t released much to the public yet, but after seeing this kick-ass pilot you can be sure it’ll be a lot of fun to watch the rise and possible fall of Luxeon and his arch enemy/was to be brother-in-law, Brandon.
There’s just one problem here – a lack of funding and sponsors. A problem that, of course, can be solved with a bit of support from the community!
With only 5 days left to go, and the $40,000 goal far from sight, the talented people at HB Entertainment are depending on the public to visit the site and donate in order to push this film forward. Every dollar counts and every bit of support is needed for this to happen! There even some cool prizes to be had! So, if you love heroes and have a few spare dollars you can donate here.