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We’ve built a CINEMATIC UNIVERSE TOGETHER and the new season of our show is on another level! Watch this 54-second video to see what I mean:

Whether you’re a martial artist, a hacker, skater, helper, spy, or someone that has an eye for what needs to be fixed in the world, the heroes (and villains) of JFH are ready to get to work. 🦸🏻‍♀️🦸🦸🏿‍♂️ Join the cast for free right from your phone on, Ally, Rival, and Hire heroes, and expand the JFH Cinematic Universe with YOUR STORY 📲. The characters and content you create become part of the show, and there are always new opportunities for cast members to come film on set, attend premieres, train action choreography, and more. 🤜🎥☯️

JFH is the very first wUrld from @reelwurld, the first cinematic social network where everything you post is part of a movie or show that we’re making together. Learn more and invest to build the company with us on 🎬

Thanks as usual for consistent support and more good news coming soon!

With Love,


Justice For Hire Founder aka Hero #0

DISCLAIMER: JFH Is NOT a vigilante app. It is for collaborative cinematic storytelling purposes.

Comic-Con was OURS! We hosted 2 events, gave out 3 production deals, and joined multiple ICONS on the most prestigious martial arts cinema panel. We’ve captured the epic-ness of last weekend in just 55 seconds for your enjoyment:

We gave out three $10K production deals in our three days at Comic Con and we can’t wait to start building with the winners. These four folks pitched the strongest original character ideas to get their own origin story episode in Justice For Hire. Here’s a little bit more about them:

Congrats to our SDCC winners, who in the coming days will begin training with us like action heroes, building their characters and stories like Hollywood franchises, and preparing to collaborate with all of you.

A couple quick shout outs: Thank you to our new events partner and king of cosplay parties Bernie Bregman (who we also just found out is a 2x world champion laser tag player?!?!).

Another special thanks to Ric Meyers for having us at the Super Hero Kung Fu Extravaganza panel. We were beyond honored to join Shang-Chi and Everything Everywhere All at Onceaction team The Martial Club, comedian Matthew Page of Master Ken fame, Paper Tigers’director Bao Tran, YouTube’s That Phat Samurai Guy and leading film remastering commentator Frank Djeng.

You already know that by being in the Justice For Hire community, you are helping to make cinematic history. What we’re doing–producing a show together as creators across the world– has never been done before. But did you know that a lot of how we do things was inspired by 4 specific filmmakers?

Well, my dream of uniting these 4 for a Comic-Con panel came true this week.

JFH united Legion M’s President Jeff Annison, HitRECord’s Producer Gaurav Misra, Marvel/Star Wars advisor Jeff Gomez, and Emmy-Winning Producer of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries Jenni Powell. This historic panel hosted by yours truly is a game changer for anyone looking toward the future of entertainment, and it’s a big deal to see all the love these heavy-hitters have for what we are accomplishing as a community with JFH.

Other reminders for Comic-Con Week:

  • We’re giving away three $10K deals at our events this week. Here’s the latest video with all the details:

  • Thursday, we are guests on Comic Con’s Superhero Kung Fu Extravaganza with a special presentation of Justice For Hire. 8pm, Room 6A.

HIT US UP IF YOU'RE AT SAN DIEGO COMIC CON. Come party or let’s make a video together or something!

With Love,

Jan L.

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