MTV Networks Korea plans to launch a new network dedicated to kids — Nickelodeon Korea — in Q3 2005, the company announced today. The network will showcase a diverse range of programs adapted from the U.S. along with locally produced programming genres including animation, live-action, comedy, game shows, and pre-school programs in the Nick Jr. […]
MTV: Music Television today announced the launch of its newest division — “MTV Games.” The new division will work in-house through its newly created interactive entertainment studio, along with industry partners, to produce and market original video game titles. It will also work to form strategic marketing partnerships with game publishers in an attempt to […]
Disney Digital 3D is being launched with the release of Chicken Little on November 4. The brand new, state-of-the-art technology will provide the first true three-dimensional digital experience in movie theaters. In collaboration with Disney, Dolby Laboratories plans to install its Dolby Digital Cinema systems in approximately 100 specially selected theaters in 25 top markets […]
On July 19, Constantine will be available on DVD from Warner Home Video (WHV). This comic book adaptation from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures is from DC Comics’ Hellblazer and stars Keanu Reeves (The Matrix trilogy) and Rachel Weisz (The Mummy films) and features Djimon Hounson, Shia La Beouf and Gavin Rossdale. Single […]
Notice anything different about the official DC Comics website for Detective Comics? Don’t be shocked if you missed it, but DC has quietly revealed the long-running comic series will be dropping the 8-page backup story beginning in September. Detective Comics featured the usual 22-page main story along with an extra 8-page backup story, usually multi-part, […]
McGruff the Crime Dog will star in a new ad campaign to counter identity theft (free registration required). The animated dog in a trench coat has been a longtime fixture of public-service announcements from the National Crime Prevention Council. A publicity campaign to celebrate his 25th birthday starts today.
A report in the New York Times states that Disney has taken shark’s fin soup off the menu at Hong Kong’s Disneyland theme park, concluding that shark fishing cannot be conducted in an environmentally sensitive way (free registration required). The dish is a Chinese delicacy often served at wedding banquets and other social occasions.
Accompany me if you will on a journey back in time to 1977, when the entirety of the Star Wars saga was contained in a single two-hour film. It featured many tantalizing references to unseen places, people, and events, causing viewers to speculate feverishly about just who this Anakin guy was and what the Clone […]