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America Gets to Choose a Who Wants to Be a Superhero? Contestant in 2nd Season

Viewers will decide who fills the last contestant spot as the as second season of SCI FI Channel's hit reality series, WHO WANTS TO BE A SUPERHERO?, comes to a close. Like last season, when, for the first time ever, America was able to select a reality show contestant, SCI FI Channel and SCIFI.COM open the polls again with three new superhero hopefuls vying for your vote to fulfill a dream.

Log onto SCIFI.COM now through 11:00 am (ET) April 5, 2006, to vote for "Ominicron," "Rift" or "Thorn!"

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Korean and Japanese Animation Today

By Guest (not verified) | Saturday, March 31, 2007 at 11:00am
Begins: March 31, 2007

The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre presents Korean and Japanese Animation Today from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. This free program starts with the controversial Korean animation AACHI & SSIPAK (2006, Studio 2.0, 90 min.) about a futuristic city that relies on human waste as its energy source, followed by a reception with food and drink at 12:30 pm. At 1:30 pm is THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME (2006, Cathay-Keris Films, 98 min.), directed by Mamoru Hosoda. High school student Makoto prolongs the fun she has when goes back in time.

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Time Inc. & Brightcove Partners for Internet Video Initiative

Time Inc. and Brightcove, an Internet TV pioneer, announced a corporate-wide partnership that will enable Time Inc. to launch ad-supported Internet video channels on its websites.

By adopting the Brightcove Internet TV service on a corporate-wide basis, Time Inc.'s popular brands will be able to reach users with its award-winning editorial content and create compelling broadband experiences through video and multimedia distribution.

Film Headline News

Resident Evil 4 Extinct

At the time they announced RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION (the third film in the franchise), Constantin Film and Impact Pictures also announced that they had started work on a fourth installment as well. However, a new synopsis of EXTINCTION stated that is "the third and final installment." At the time of the original announcement, the third film was to end with a cliffhanger, which would propel the fourth film's storyline to Japan.

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DreamWorks Ready for Camp Creepy Time

DreamWorks has bought the film rights to CAMP CREEPY TIME, a children's book written by actress Gina Gershon and her brother, Dann Gershon, VARIETY reports.

Richard LaGravenese (FREEDOM WRITERS) has been brought on board to pen the screenplay for the film, which will be exec produced by the screenwriter and the Gershons. Nickelodeon Films is the production company on the project.

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Flightplan Helmer Boards Time Traveler's Wife

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at 12:00am

Robert Schwentke (FLIGHTPLAN) is in final talks to helm New Lines adaptation of Audrey Niffeneggers novel, THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.

The sci-fi romance follows a couple in which the man is inflicted with a genetic disorder that involuntarily propels him to travel through time. Jeremy Leven penned the screenplay.

Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Nick Wechsler are producing. Richard Brener and Michele Weiss are shepherding.

Movie Headline News

Andrei Doubrovski Releases Meet the Flash Book Online

Russian animator Andrei Doubrovski has released an animated e-book, MEET THE FLASH.

Composed as a course for Flash newcomers, every lesson features a movie clip, showing some practical usage of the text.

The course is published as a "flash-book, " he says. It is a Flash movie that can be played on Windows, Mac and Linux systems.

The 34 embedded clips can be played as a single full-length and full-size movie (total running time about three hours). The elaborated controls allow you to instantly find any fragment by time or by topic.

Series Headline News

Playmates Toys With The Land Before Time

Universal Studios Consumer Products Group and Playmates Toys announced a domestic licensing agreement, whereby Playmates will serve as the master toy licensee for the upcoming animated television series, THE LAND BEFORE TIME. The 22-minute animated series will air on Cartoon Network beginning spring 2007. The toy line will launch in fall 2007 with the introduction of a full line of figures, vehicles, playsets and plush.

Kids Headline News

Growing Up Creepie Tops Discovery Kids New Fall Lineup

For the new fall season, Discovery Kids has a new animated series, GROWING UP CREEPIE, about a girl who was raised by bugs, plus new seasons of FLIGHT 29 DOWN, ENDURANCE, TUTENSTEIN and SERIOUS as well as two specials with a social conscience, SAVING A SPECIES: THE GREAT PENGUIN RESCUE (hosted by Elijah Wood) and A YEAR ON EARTH, that examine how kids can play a role in protecting the environment.

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Canada Day Cookout Kicks Off YTV’s July Lineup

This Canada Day, Saturday, July 1 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm, Ian Kelly (BEING IAN) is throwing the biggest bash of the summer with all of YTVs favorite Canadian cartoon pals.

With original animation created by Studio B Prods., CCI Ent., 9 Story Ent. and Breakthrough Animation in collaboration with YTVs On-Air Promotions department, characters from YTV series introduce their own shows in all-new exclusive content.


Fresh from the Festivals: May 2006’s Reviews

Taylor Jessen reviews five short films Fable by Daniel Sousa, Arrest Assured by Michael McCormick and Robert Taylor, Sunday Party by Sirirat Thawilvejakul, No Room for Gerold by Daniel Nocke, Never Like the First Time! by Jonas Odell, and. Includes QuickTime movie clips!

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eDward Travels in Time for 2006 Young Filmmaker’s Award

For the seventh year running the eDIT Filmmakers Festival is holding its international competition for up-and-coming filmmakers under 30. The organizers are looking for films that sum up the subject of time travel in only 30 seconds, the length of a classic advertising spot.

Nobody knows the future, and nobody knows what the past was really like. How would it be if we could travel into the past and intervene in the course of history? Or look into the future and find out if todays decisions were the right ones?