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Coraline Game Features Voice Cast From Film, Out Soon

The CORALINE videogame from D3Publisher, based on LAIKA's new movie -- the first-ever stop-motion animated feature to be made in 3-D -- will feature the voice talents of Dakota Fanning, Keith David, and Robert Bailey Jr. All three actors will reprise their onscreen voiced roles of Coraline Jones (Fanning), Cat (David) and Wybie Lovat (Bailey Jr.). The CORALINE videogame will ship to North American retail stores for Wii, Nintendo DS and PlayStation 2 on January 27, 2009 to coincide with Focus Features' nationwide domestic release of the movie on February 6, 2009, in both 3-D and 2-D theaters.

The CORALINE videogame will let players take on the role of the adventurous heroine Coraline and interact with the wondrous characters from the movie while navigating the scheming Other Mother's web of deceit in a fantastical adventure through two distinct and interactive worlds. CORALINE will allow players to explore and interact with such immersive 3-D environments from the movie as the Pink Palace, its nooks and crannies and apartments, and the unpredictable Other World. Players will engage in unique mini-games and adventures with Coraline's faithful friends, Wybie and Cat, as they collect items that will unlock the mysteries of the Other World.

CORALINE for Wii and PlayStation 2 system is developed by Papaya Studios and is rated "E 10+" (Everyone 10 and up -- Mild Cartoon Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes) by the ESRB. CORALINE for Nintendo DS is developed by Art Co. Ltd., and is rated "E" (Everyone -- Mild Cartoon Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes) by the ESRB.

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