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Henson Independent Properties Signs New Partnership for Elias, Lily

The third party licensing and distribution label under the Jim Henson Company, Henson Independent Properties (HIP) has signed new broadcast and digital license deals for Elias: Rescue Team Adventures and Lily’s Driftwood Bay. Vme TV has obtained exclusive basic cable rights to Elias: Rescue Team Adventures for the U.S. Hispanic market. The show has also been picked up by Media Corp (exc. Free ...


Stephen Fry Joins Danger Mouse Cast

Veteran actor, comedian, and presenter Stephen Fry has been announced as a new addition to the voice cast of the new animated iteration of Danger Mouse, which is coming to CBBC in the UK next year. Fry will be lending his voice to the character Colonel K, which is an elderly chinchilla and a pillar of the British Secret Service. ...


Arc to Produce Canterville Ghost

Toronto-based studio Arc Production has recently partnered with Dorado Media and Capital in order to finance a 90-minute CG animated movie based on Oscar Wilde’s short story The Canterville Ghost. The project is scheduled for a holiday 2014 release, and will be produced by Melmoth Films, and will feature the voices of Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry, who started out as a comedy duo but have ...

Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie to Voice New Canterville Ghost

Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie to Voice New Canterville Ghost Film

British actors Hugh Laurie (House) and Stephen Fry (Bones, The Hobbit), who used to work together as the comedy duo Fry & Laurie will be reuniting for a CG-animated feature retelling of The Canterville Ghost. Based on the classic Oscar Wilde story, The Canterville Ghost follows the story of a 300-year-old spirit and his nemesis, a gardener, who is revealed to be the personification of ...

Stephen Fry and Pocoyo Promote Reading

Stephen Fry and Pocoyo Promote Reading

Zinkia Entertainment’s little boy in blue Pocoyo and the actor/writer/presenter who narrates the show, Stephen Fry, have teamed up to appear together in the “Get Caught Reading” annual national campaign, which is organized by the Association of American Publishers in order to encourage reading amongst people of all ages. ...

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