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Flowertot Friday

Fifi and the Milkshakes? Well, sorta. The third season of the CGI / stop-motion animated series Fifi and the Flowertots will be debuting on Five’s Milkshake! block later this spring. The official launch date is May 1st, at 8am, and is all part of Flowertot Friday. The new episodes, created by Nick Jr. and Chapman Entertainment, will feature all new characters: twin sisters Buttercup and ...

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Coraline: the Musical

OK, so it’s been a book. An animated movie. And a video game. What else is left for Coraline to take on? How about a musical! Later this spring, New York City theaters promise just that! Starting May 7th at the Lucille Lortel Theater, Coraline: the Musical will entertain audiences just as the movie, book, and game did — at least through the end of it’s run, which is ...

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Coraline’s video game is… well… it’s a game…

We knew the movie “Coraline” was coming out soon, and we even talked about it’s video game counterpart.  What we didn’t know was how fun the video game would be.  …and according to IGN, not very.  Here’s what they had to say about it: It reeks of dated gameplay design ideals, loses nearly all the substance and style of the book and movie respectively, is ...

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Coraline Soundtrack

Koch Records’ soundtrack for the movie Coraline, which is already available in digital format, will be available in stores on the “old school” CDs February 24th.  The  stop-motion movie based on a book by Neil Gaiman, hits theaters today (February 6th) in 3D and 2D formats.  The movie’s soundtrack is produced by Bruno Coulais, as well as a new original song, Other ...

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Coraline the video game

Just in time for the movie’s release, Coraline will of course be getting her own video game. The game will be made available for the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo DS, allowing players to take on the role of the adventurous Coraline. Featured in the game are the movie voices, provided by Dakota Fanning, Keith David, and Robert Bailey Jr. Check the official site out for more ...

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Coraline, the button faced girl. …wait, what?!?

Coraline is an upcoming stop-motion, horror fantasy film based on a book by Neil Gaiman.  The story is about a young girl who unlocks a mysterious door in her new home, entering into a dreamworld.  She finds a new version of her mother and father, her neighbors, and others… the only difference is that they all have buttons for eyes.  That’s creepy!  And it all gets creepier still ...

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