BREAKING FILM NEWS

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Sneak Peek "Detour"...

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"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up"...

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"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up" is the new video game for the Wii/PlayStation 2 video game consoles, developed by Game Arts and published by Montreal-based Ubisoft, marking the 25th anniversary of the 'sewer surfing' reptiles.

"Smash-Up" is a 4-player 'fighting game', where players attempt to KO opponents by depleting their 'life bar', knocking them off the stage or into traps.

Characters are color-coded on-screen via a glow effect to help players keep track, featuring 'life-restoring' pizza and 'ninja magic' granting the ability to fire breathe and create electrical shields.

Playing modes include Arcade, Battle Royal, Survival, Tournament, Swap-Out, Practice and Mission, as well as an online mode for four players and mini-games.

Playable Characters include 'April O'Neil', voiced by Veronica Taylor, 'Casey Jones', voiced by Marc Thompson, 'Donatello', voiced by Sam Riegel, 'Leonardo', voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas, 'Master Splinter', voiced by Darren Dunstan, 'Michelangelo', voiced by Wayne Grayson and 'Raphael', voiced by Frank Frankson.

Sneak Peek the HD teaser trailer for "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up"...


Kiss Of The "Spider-Woman"...

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After a forced vacation in alien custody, 'Spider-Woman' gets back at those who wronged her, encountering more 'Skrulls' impersonating superheroes...

Comcast Offers To Buy NBC-Universal...

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According to reports, Comcast, the US provider of cable, entertainment, communications products and services, is negotiating to buy NBC-Universal from General Electric.

NBC-Universal has fallen in value from $55 billion a year ago, due in part to its poorly performing box office run this past summer, with NBC (and their useless publicity machine) remaining in fourth place among broadcast networks.

Universal's Judd Apatow feature “Funny People" wasn't all that funny, earning only $60 million worldwide while gay-themed comedy "Bruno" only brought in the same amount in North America. The comedy “Land of the Lost" starring the over-exposed Will Ferrell, also performed poorly.

General Electric purchased NBC for $6.28 billion in 1985, and in May 2004, merged with Vivendi, owners of Universal Studios and cable channels, USA, Bravo and Sci-Fi...