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TMNT Video Game released complimenting this week’s release of CGI Film - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Early Movie Review

TMNT Video Game released complimenting this week’s release of CGI Film - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Early Movie Review

TMNT by Ubisoft

The 1990’s is well known for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle cartoon series and merchandising, and like all good things they have come around again for a second time, with a shiny new updated look. To start it out they are no longer just Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, just call them “TMNT”. It must be to hard to spell or something. But the full length CGI film shows the superhero turtles in 3D animation which will be in theatres on March 23rd.

To help round out the merchandising, a computer can with the same name “TMNT” video game by Ubisoft is now available for Microsoft’s Xbox360, PlayStation2, PSP, Windows PC, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube and the Ninetendo Wii.

The Movie 300 Wins At Box Office Again This Weekend – Wild Hogs Premonition and Dead Silence Also Make The Top Ten Gross Revenue

The Movie 300 Wins At Box Office Again This Weekend – Wild Hogs Premonition and Dead Silence Also Make The Top Ten Gross Revenue List

Premonition

(Best Syndication) This weekend the movie “300” topped the box office charts again followed by “Wild Hogs”. Three Hundred depicts the epic battle of Thermopylae between 100,000 Persians soldiers and 300 Spartans, 700 Thespians and other Slave soldiers of Greece in the year 480 B.C.

The Persian King, Xerxes, led his massive army to Greece expecting King Leonidas to surrender or withdraw. Instead the 300 Spartans held off the Persians for three days allowing the rest of the Greek army to prepare. The battle was a suicide mission for the Spartans. The movie is based on a graphic novel (comic book) by Frank Miller and stars Gerard Butler, Lena Headey and Dominic West.

Movie 300 Weekend Box Office Winner Breaking Records For March Totals – Wild Hogs Comes in Second and Terabithia Ranks 3rd

Movie 300 Weekend Box Office Winner Breaking Records For March Totals – Wild Hogs Comes in Second and Terabithia Ranks 3rd

300

(Best Syndication) The movie “300” took in $70 million this weekend breaking box office records for the month of March. The opening shattered last years record breaker for March "Ice Age: The Meltdown," which made $68 million. The movie is based on Frank Miller’s graphic novel and is set in 480 B.C. and the battle of Thermopylae.

The Greeks were outnumbered but were able to hold back the Persians at the mountain pass of Thermopylae. The Greeks held back an estimated 100,000 Persians with just 300 Spartans, 700 Thespians and other Slave soldiers in a battle that lasted three days. All 300 Spartans were killed. - See YouTube Trailer Below

Wild Hogs Is Top Dog At Movie Theaters This Weekend – Ghost Rider Falls To Third Place and Zodiac Is Second – List of Box Office

Wild Hogs Is Top Dog At Movie Theaters This Weekend – Ghost Rider Falls To Third Place and Zodiac Is Second – List of Box Office Totals

Wild Hogs

(Best Syndication) The Disney film “Wild Hogs” knocked off “Ghost Rider” this weekend for top spot. The comedy staring Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence, Ray Liotta and Marisa Tomei is about a group of suburban biker wannabes who look for adventure by hitting the road.

The opening weekend was the biggest box office debut for a movie with John Travolta. It was also the biggest opening debut for a non-animated Tim Allen film. The movie took in an estimated $38 million.

The number two film this weekend was “Zodiac”. This is based on a true story of a serial killer in Northern California who is still suspected to be on the loose. The story is set in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It brought in an estimated $13.1 million at 2,362 locations.

Academy Awards Best Picture Goes To The Departed – Complete List of Oscars Winners – Forest Whitaker Won Best Actor Helen Mirren

Academy Awards Best Picture Goes To The Departed – Complete List of Oscars Winners – Forest Whitaker Won Best Actor And Helen Mirren

Leonardo DiCaprio

(Best Syndication) The Martin Scorsese film “The Departed” won the Best Picture Award at the Kodak Theater Sunday night. The crime drama won four Academy Awards total including best director for Scorsese. This was his first time winning after five nominations for best director.

The movie showcases and all-star cast with Leonardo DiCaprio as Billy Costigan, Matt Damon as Colin Sullivan, Jack Nicholson as Frank Costello, Mark Wahlberg as Dignam, and Martin Sheen as Oliver Queenan. Mark Wahlberg’s brother, Robert, was also in the film.

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