American Magic: The Sequel (2005-present)

I apologize in advance for the morbidity of this question,but in Disney’s From the Earth to the Moon,did the dead dog sub-subplot still happen?

Also,did the From the Earth to the Moon miniseries about the Apollo program still get produced? What about other classic space movies of that era,like Apollo 13,Space Camp,or Space Cowboys?
 
Summer 2007 Movies (Part 1)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Released by Walt Disney Pictures; Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer

Prior to the release of this installment, Jerry Bruckheimer offered Gore Verbinski the job of running Hyperion Pictures.

Knocked Up

Released by Universal Pictures

Licensed to Wed

Released by Warner Bros

Daddy Day Camp

Released by 20th Century Fox; The original Daddy Day Care was released by Revolution Studios and the rights were transferred as part of Saban's purchase of Fox.

Hot Rod

Released by Paramount Pictures; The first release for Paramount under new chairman George Lucas.

Bug

Released by Lionsgate. The lowest grossing film of William Friedkin's career.

Up next: Silver Surfer.​
 
Silver Surfer (2007 Film)
Silver Surfer
Released by Walt Disney Pictures



Instead of being shoehorned into a Fantastic Four sequel, The Silver Surfer instead focuses primarily on the tale of an astronomer named Norrin Radd (Doug Jones). When Galactus (Bryan Cranston) sets his eyes on devouring the planet Zenn-La, Radd pleads with Galactus to spare his homeworld. As a Herald, the newly christened Silver Surfer roams the galaxy in search of suitable planets for Galactus to eat before finding his way to Earth, where he meets the Fantastic Four in a post-credits scene.

Upon the Silver Surfer's theatrical release, critics deemed the scenes of Radd pleading with Galactus to be the darkest moments in any Marvel film since Spider-Man 2.​
 
Entertainment News for July 2007
Paul Feig announces his retirement from showbiz in an op-ed to the Detroit Free Press.
- USA Today

Village Roadshow announces a Summer 2010 release date for Skyler project.
- The Herald Sun

Warner Bros makes overtures to Favreau, Abrams and Whedon for Archie film projects.
- Variety

PepsiCo, parent company of RKO Radio Pictures, announces Hong Kong based computer animation studio Imagi will open a North American branch in Stamford, Connecticut by Fall 2010.
- Animation Magazine

New Paramount chairman George Lucas confirms live action Star Trek film in the works for a Summer 2009 release.
- The Hollywood Reporter
 
Curucu: Beast of the Amazon (2007 Film)
Curucu: Beast of the Amazon
Released by Universal Pictures
Part of the Universal Monsterverse

A modern take on the lesser-known 1956 monster film, the villainous Curucu is portrayed using a blend of CGI and puppets produced by Stan Winston's crew. At the box office, the new Curucu outshined the original by 80%.

SELECT CAST
Eric Bana as Rock Dean
Alice Braga as Dr. Andrea Romar
Rodrigo Santoro as Tupanico

The next Universal Monsterverse entries in the final phase are Monster on the Campus, She-Wolf of London and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.​
 
Does any body like the idea of a second bonkers movie. I got an idea that involes Bonkers and Miranda on a missing Toon case. The missing Toon is of course Roger Rabbit. Meanwhile Lucky is on the trail of a new mysterious toon criminal called Rotten Rabbit. It is latter revealed that rotten rabbit is roger rabbit possessed by the doom symboite.
 
August 2007 Movies
Who's Your Caddy

Released by Geffen Pictures

Balls of Fury

Released by Republic Pictures

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry

Released by RKO Radio Pictures

Stardust

Released by Paramount Pictures

Because I Said So

Released by Universal Pictures. In case anybody's wondering, the underwear scene is still intact ITTL.


TRIUMPH THE INSULT COMIC DOG
(Excerpt from Late Night with Conan O'Brien)

"So...Michael Lehmann goes from Heathers to the Avengers...only to direct a closeup of Diane Keaton's ass in gigantic granny panties."
*audience laughs*
"The pinnacle of any director's career, right?"
*audience laughs*​
 
List of best-selling
Ultra Nintendo Entertainment System video games​
  1. Ultra Super Mario (11.91 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  2. Ultra Mario Kart (9.87 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  3. Goldeneye 007 (8.10 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO C ESRB T ELSPA 15+ PEGI 16 OFLC MA15+
  4. Sakura Wars 2 (7.9 million) Red Company/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO B ESRB T ELSPA 15+ PEGI 16 OFLC M15+
  5. Ultra The Legend of Zelda (7.6 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 12 OFLC G8+
  6. Super Smash Bros. (6.5 million) HAL Laboratory/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 7 OFLC G8+
  7. Pokemon Stadium (5.8 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  8. Ultra Donkey Kong (5.4 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  9. Sakura Wars (5.09 million) Red Company/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO B ESRB T ELSPA 11+ PEGI 12 OFLC G8+
  10. Diddy Kong Racing (4.9 million) Rare CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  11. Banjo-Kazooie (4.7 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  12. Ultra Star Fox (4.3 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 7 OFLC G8+
  13. Pokemon Snap (4.13 million) HAL Laboratory/Pax Softonica/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  14. Ultra The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (3.9 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 11+ PEGI 12 OFLC G8+
  15. Ultra Wave Race (3 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  16. Yoshi Story (2.9 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  17. Mario Party (2.8 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  18. Pokemon Stadium 2 (2.6 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
  19. Perfect Dark (2.52 million) Rare CERO Z ESRB M ELSPA 18+ PEGI 16 BBFC 18 OFLC MA15+
  20. Mario Party 2 (2.48 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E ELSPA 3+ PEGI 3 OFLC G
 
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Entertainment News for October 2007
MCA and Paramount Communications, after years of ownership disputes, both agree to sell their respective stakes in the USA Network Group to Berkshire Hathaway. The deal is expected to close sometime in 2008 or '09.
- The New York Times

Saban's stock price triples in the months since the Fox acquisition late last year.
- The Wall Street Journal.
 
MCA and Paramount Communications, after years of ownership disputes, both agree to sell their respective stakes in the USA Network Group to Berkshire Hathaway. The deal is expected to close sometime in 2008 or '09.
- The New York Times

Saban's stock price triples in the months since the Fox acquisition late last year.
- The Wall Street Journal.
Does this mean that nickelodeon will leave universal parks for a new home at primer parks.
 
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