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DC Owns Superboy Final Ruling in District Court Case

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DC Owns Superboy Final Ruling in District Court Case
Apr,
by+Staff

A federal court ruling on the final issues in the longrunning litigation between DC Comics (and parent Warner Bros.) and the heirs of Superman co-creator Jerome Siegel has come down in DC’s favor, according to Deadline. U.S. District Judge Otis Wright III ruled that the rights to Superboy and some Superman advertisements were sold to DC in a 2001 settlement agreement.
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DreamWorks Announces New Chinese Co-pro ‘Tibet Code’
Apr,21,2013
by:+Ramin Zahed

DreamWorks Animation Chief Exec Jeffrey Katzenberg announced the launch of a new Chinese co-production on Friday (April 18) in Beijing. Based on a popular Chinese book series set in ninth-century Tibet, the movie is called Tibet Code, and is a joint venture of Oriental DreamWorks and Chinese investors, including the country’s main distributor China Film Group.
DreamWorks Animation unveiled its Chinese joint venture last year to operate a studio in Shanghai that will produce animated movies and other entertainment for the Chinese and global market. The studio is also co-producing the next Kung Fu Panda movie, which has been a blockbuster in China.
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WTF Are We Watching? Japan's Strangest TV Shows
Apr,22,2013
By:+Staff

SUSUNU! DENPA SHONEN - This reality competition show aired from 1998 to 2002 and featured a comedian named Nasubi locked in an apartment with no clothes, no communication with the outside world and one quest: to win one million yen by entering a sweepstakes. You know, totally normal TV fare. Spoiler alert: Nasubi completes his mission, only to be sent to Korea and locked in a new apartment for season two. Oldboy, anybody?
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Fox Offers More Details on CG ‘Peanuts’ Feature
Apr,21,2013
by:+Ramin Zahed

Good grief, Charlie Brown! One of the hot items announced at last week’s CinemaCon event in Las Vegas was that Fox’s upcoming Peanuts feature will definitely be CG-animated and in stereoscopic 3-D. The studio also confirmed that the film will be released in November 2015 to mark the 65th anniversary of Charles M. Schulz’s beloved comic strip. Fox’s frequent animation partner Blue Sky Studios will produce the animation and Steve Martino (Horton Hears a Who!, Ice Age: Continental Drift) is directing the effort. The Peanuts script was written by Charles Schulz’s son Craig Schulz, his grandson Bryan Schulz, and Bryan’s screenwriting partner Cornelius Uliano, and all three are also listed as producers.
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