Friday, March 24, 2006

Win a 15 minute phone call with Peter Jackson.

In honor of the King Kong DVD release MSN Entertainment is holding a sweepstakes where one lucky person will get a 15 minute phone call with Peter Jackson.

To enter they need to email an essay of 100 words or less tell them why they want to win this oppertunity to talk with Peter Jackson

Further details can be found in the link below.

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Thursday, March 16, 2006

Cartoon Network has ordered 26 episodes of a Fantastic Four series aimed at 6-11 year old viewers. The series will begin airing this fall.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

At the 2006 PlayStation Business Briefing in Tokyo, Sony Computer Entertainment president Ken Kutagari, made the offical announcement that the PS3 has been delayed untill Nov. 2006. The reason for the delay was due to "Blu-ray spec finalization."

The current plan is to do a worldwide release in Nov. and plans on producing atleast 1 million consoles a month in order to keep the supply channels full. Thier goal is to ship 6 million units by March 2007.

Kutagari, also announced the PS3 would feature a Xbox Live style online service. The basic service will be free and allow online play, with additional services available for a fee. There is even mention of the possibilty of being able to sell ingame items to other players, similar to Sony's Player Exchange service for Everquest 2.

The PS3 will also use a 60 gig Hard Disk Drive (HDD) loaded with the Linux operating system. Sony is urging game developers to design games assuming the HDD is installed in every PS3, but has not decided whether to include the HDD pre-installed or sold as a peripheral. If the HDD is not pre-installed this will mean gamers will immidiatly be required to purchase one in order to even play many games.

All PS3 games will be on Blu-ray disk format in order to prevent bootleging, but the PS3 will still play DVDs and CDs and will be backward compatible with both PS2 and PS1 games.

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BBC News interviewed Rick McCallum today about the upcoming Star Wars: TV Series. In the interview he said the series will run for 100 episodes, and begin filming in 2008. The series will be set in the 20 year gap between Episodes 3 and 4.

McCallum also said the series would contain, "a whole bunch of new characters" and be "much more dramatic and darker".

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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

The new trailer for X-men 3 is out. Check out at the link below.
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A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is in the works. It is going to be a CG film writen and directed by, Kevin Munroe, under the watchfull eye of Turtles co-creator Peter Laird. The movies is expected to be released March 30, 2007. Read more On " "!

Sunday, March 05, 2006

I went and watched Ultraviolet, staring Milla Jovovich, and I can sum it up in 5 words. "Do not waste your money."

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A teaser for the new Rocky Movie is out.

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