Majesco Entertainment Company on Tuesday announced that Aeon Flux has shipped for the Xbox and PlayStation 2. Majesco’s Aeon Flux links together Peter Chung’s futuristic animated series, which ran on MTV from 1992-1997, and the upcoming feature film opening nationwide December 2 starring Oscar winner Charlize Theron (“Monster”) as Aeon Flux. [Source: PR Newswire]
Hasbro Inc.’s Tiger Electronics on Monday announced distribution deals with Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon to provide content for its new, portable VUGO Multimedia System. The partnership will make certain shows from Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon available on the VUGO player for easy access. Premium programming, music, and photos will also be available. Specific shows to […]
D3Publisher of America, Inc. on Tuesday announced the release of Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Kaznapped! for Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance platform. Based on Cartoon Network’s original series, the game retails for $29.99 MSRP. [Source: PR Newswire]
PBS has announced a five-year initiative entitled PBS KIDS Next Generation Media, defining the role PBS will play in the changing digital children’s media landscape. PR Newswire has details.
Ishimori Entertainment Inc., Comic Book Movies, LLC (CBM), ITOCHU Corporation, and Lotus Inc. have agreed to jointly develop motion picture franchises based on the original properties of the late Shotaro Ishinomori. The parties intend to produce theatrical motion pictures for a worldwide audience, with their initial release as early as 2008. Their agreement extends to […]
Turner Broadcasting Systems has added classic toon channel Boomerang to the family packages of regional satcaster Orbit Satellite and Radio Network. [Source: Time Warner]
Canada’s YTV has greenlit a second season of the animated series Captain Flamingo, C21Media reports. The move comes before even the first season has debuted on the network.
WGBH and Discovery Kids have announced all-new episodes of the animated preschool science series Peep and the Big Wide World. AWN has details.
UK-based preschool studio Hit Entertainment has finalized several broadcast deals with pay-TV and free-to-air broadcasters in Asia. Some of the series included in the deals are Thomas & Friends, Bob the Builder, Pingu, Fireman Sam, Mopatop Shop, and Kipper. C21Media has details.
Location-based entertainment firm nWave is moving into the 3-D animation business with its next animated film, Fly Me To The Moon, AWN reports, citing Variety. The film follows three tween houseflies that stow away on the Apollo 11 moon mission. nWave hopes to have the film ready for a summer 2007 release.