American Magic: The Sequel (2005-present)

It'd be cool if we could have a Hasbro Cinematic Universe to fill the hole the Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe would leave following the last movie.
 
It'd be cool if we could have a Hasbro Cinematic Universe to fill the hole the Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe would leave following the last movie.
The last phase of the Monsterverse has been a bit of a whimper, but hopefully, Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Monsters Endgame can provide a nice ending to the saga.
 
List of best-selling GameCube video games ITTL
  1. Super Smash Bros Melee (11.84 million) HAL Laboratory/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 3 ELSPA 11+ OFLC G8+
  2. Mario Kart Double Dash (11.39 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G​
  3. Sakura Wars 2: Love Shalt Not Die (2004 Remake) (11.08 million) Red Entertainment/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO B ESRB M PEGI 16 OFLC MA15+
  4. Super Mario Sunshine (8.5 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G​
  5. Sakura Wars 4:New York, My Love (7.7 million) Red Entertainment/Nintendo EAD Tokyo/Nintendo CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 OFLC G8+​
  6. Final Fantasy X (7.6 million) Square CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 ELSPA 11+ OFLC M15+
  7. Grand Theft Auto:San Andreas (7.1 million) Rockstar North/Rockstar Games ESRB M PEGI 18 BBFC 18 OFLC MA15+​
  8. Sakura Wars 3:Is Paris Burning (6.9 million) Red Entertainment/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO C ESRB M PEGI 12 ELSPA 15+ OFLC M15+​
  9. The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker (6.7 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 7 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G8+​
  10. Grand Theft Auto:Vice City (6.4 million) Rockstar North/Rockstar Games ESRB M PEGI 18 ELSPA 18+ BBFC 18 OFLC MA15+​
  11. Luigi Mansion (5 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G8+​
  12. Animal Crossing (4.5 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G​
  13. Final Fantasy XII (4.45 million) Square Enix CERO A ESRB T PEGI 16 OFLC M​
  14. Banjo-Kazoo-Three (4.3 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 7 OFLC G​
  15. Metal Gear Solid 2: Son of Liberty (4.2 million) Konami CERO C ESRB M ELSPA 18+ BBFC 15 OFLC MA15+​
  16. Donkey Kong Racing (4.1 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G​
  17. Mario Party 4 (3.7 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G8+​
  18. Tekken 5 (3.6 million) Namco CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 OFLC M15+​
  19. Metroid Prime (3.4 million) Retro Studios/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 12 ELSPA 11+ OFLC M15+​
  20. Pokemon Colosseum (3.2 million) Genius Sonority/The Pokemon Company/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G​
  21. Resident Evil 4 (3.1 million) Capcom CERO D ESRB M PEGI 18 BBFC 15 OFLC MA15+​
  22. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (3 million) Intelligent Systems/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  23. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater(2.9 million) Konami CERO D ESRB M PEGI 16 BBFC 15 OFLC MA15+​
  24. Tekken 4 (2.86 million) Namco CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 ELSPA 11+ OFLC M15+​
  25. Star Fox Adventure (2.81 million) Rare/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G8+​
  26. Pikmin (2.76 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G8+​
  27. Mario Party 5 (2.73 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  28. F-Zero GX (2.67 million) Nintendo EAD/Namco/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  29. Sakura Wars: In Hot Blood (2.54 million) Red Entertainment/Nintendo EAD/Namco/Nintendo CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 OFLC G8+​
  30. Pikmin 2 (2.48 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  31. Kirby Air Ride (2.43 million) HAL Laboratory/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G​
  32. Pokemon xd: Gale of Darkness (2.37 million) Genius Sonority/The Pokemon Company/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G​
  33. Devil May Cry (2.34 million) Capcom ESRB M PEGI 16 CERO C OFLC MA15+​
  34. Mario Party 6 (2.3 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  35. Star Fox Assault (2.27 million) Nintendo EAD/Namco/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 7 OFLC G8+​
  36. Grabbed by the Ghoulies (2.25 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  37. Resident Evil (2002 Remake) (2.21 million) Capcom CERO D ESRB M PEGI 16 ELSPA 15+ BBFC 15 OFLC MA15+​
  38. Dinosaur Planet (2.19 million) Rare/Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB T PEGI 7 OFLC G8+​
  39. Mario Party 7 (2 million) Hudson Soft/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC PG​
  40. Conker's Worst Fur Day (1.98 million) Rare/Nintendo CERO Z ESRB M PEGI 16 OFLC MA15+​
  41. Metroid Prime 2 (1.91 million) Retro Studios/Nintendo CERO B ESRB T PEGI 12 OFLC M15+​
  42. The Legend of Zelda: Four Sword Adventures (1.85 million) Nintendo EAD/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  43. Soulcalibur 2 (1.8 million) Project Soul/Namco CERO B ESRB T PEGI 16 OFLC M15+​
  44. Sly 2: Band of Thieves (1.73 million) Sucker Punch Productions/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  45. Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves (1.58 million) Sucker Punch Productions/Nintendo EAD Tokyo/Nintendo CERO B ESRB E10+ PEGI 3 OFLC PG​
  46. Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (1.47 million) Nintendo EAD Tokyo/Nintendo CERO A ESRB E10+ PEGI 3 OFLC G8+​
  47. Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (1.41 million) Sucker Punch Production/Nintendo CERO A ESRB PEGI 3 ELSPA 3+ OFLC G​
 
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Ted (2008 TV Series)
After being fired from Hanna-Barbera, Seth MacFarlane bounced back quickly at Williams Street, aka Adult Swim.

For his first project at his new home, MacFarlane decided on Ted, an animated TV series revolving around a Boston man named John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg), whose childhood wish was for his teddy bear to talk. However, in adulthood, Ted (Seth MacFarlane) makes it pretty hard for his lifelong buddy to pick up chicks.
 
List of best-selling Atari Raptor video games ITTL
  1. Halo 2 (16.75 million) Bungie/Hyperion Interactive ESRB M PEGI 16 CERO C OFLC MA15+
  2. Halo: Combat Evolved (12.80 million) Bungie/Hyperion Interactive ESRB M PEGI 16 ELSPA 15+ CERO C OFLC MA15+
  3. Kingdom Hearts (11.61 million) Squaresoft/Disney Interactive CERO A ESRB E PEGI 7 ELSPA 11+ OFLC G8+
  4. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (9.7 million) Rockstar North/Rockstar Games ESRB M PEGI 18 BBFC 18 OFLC MA15+
  5. Tom Clancy Splinter Cell (8.4 million) Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft ESRB T PEGI 12 ELSPA 11+ OFLC M15+
  6. Grand Theft Auto 3 & Vice City Double Pack (8.2 million) Rockstar Vienna/Rockstar Games ESRB M PEGI 18 BBFC 18 OFLC MA15+
  7. Fable (8 million) Lionhead Studios/Hyperion Interactive ESRB M PEGI 16 OFLC M15+
  8. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (7.8 Million) Bethesda Game Studios/Bethesda SoftworksESRB T PEGI 12 ELSPA 11+ OFLC M15+
  9. Kingdom Hearts 2 (7 million) Square Enix/Disney Interactive CERO A ESRB E10+ PEGI 12 OFLC PG
  10. Need for Speed Underground 2 (6.7 million) EA Black Box/EA Games
  11. Star War:Knights of the Old Republic (6.5 million) BioWare/Disney Interactive ESRB T PEGI 12 BBFC 12 OFLC G8+
  12. Project Gotham Racing (6.2 million) Bizarre Creations/Disney Interactive
  13. Star Wars Battlefront (5.9 million) Pandemic Studios/Disney Interactive
  14. Star Wars Battlefront II (5.5 million) Pandemic Studios/Disney Interactive
  15. Tom Clancy Ghost Recon (5.2 million) Red Storm Entertainment/Ubisoft
 
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Sweeney Todd (2008 Film)
Sweeney Todd

Released in Spring 2008 by Grand Diamond Pictures
Produced and directed by Darren Aronofsky

Christian Bale as Sweeney Todd
Kate Beckinsale as Mrs. Lovett
Ed Sanders as Tobias Ragg
Alan Rickman as Judge Turpin

ITTL, Sweeney Todd is more horror than musical. Without the Stephen Sondheim songs, this version of Sweeney Todd focuses more tightly on the titular character's tragic lust for vengeance. The backstory still calls for Judge Turpin to put the young Benjamin Barker in prison to neutralize a business rival rather than to gain access to Barker's wife and kids.

The film was slated for a December 2007 release, but a WGA strike pushed the release back to about March 2008. Grand Diamond had been in a bit of a slump since Steven Universe ended and Rachel Stone-Abbott went back to Hanna-Barbera.​
 
I have a request OldNavy can you provide a filmography of TTL Walt Disney Company? I'm looking to see how different it is since Walt lived longer.
Snow White (1937) thru Lady and the Tramp (1955) same as OTL.

Sleeping Beauty (1958)
101 Dalmatians (1961)
Chanticleer (1963)
The Jungle Book (1967)
Hansel and Gretel (1969)
The Rescuers (1972)
The Snow Queen (1975)
Rapunzel (1976)
Star Wars (1977)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1978)
The Sword in the Stone (1979)
Musicana (1980)
The Fox and the Hound (1981)
The Secret of NIMH (1982)
The Empire Strikes Back (1983)
The Black Cauldron (1984)
Revenge of the Jedi (1985)
Basil of Baker Street (1986)
The Brave Little Toaster (1987)
Oliver and Company (1987)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
The Land Before Time (1988)
The Little Mermaid (1989)
Ducktales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990)
All Dogs Go to Heaven (1990)
Roger Rabbit 2 (1991)
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Aladdin (1992)
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (1993)
The Lion King (1994)
Roger Rabbit 3 (1994)
Dark Empire (1994)
A Goofy Movie (1995)
Don Quixote (1995)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
Herman's Head (1997)
Rise of the Sith (1997)
Nineteen Eighty Four (1998)
Mulan (1998)
The Phantom Menace (1999)
Fantasia 2000 (1999)
The Emperor's New Groove (2000)
Treasure Planet (2001)
Mistress Masham's Repose (2001)
Lilo and Stitch (2002)
The Haunted Mansion (2003)
Les Miserables (2004)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)
From the Earth to the Moon (2005)
Bonkers (2006)
Gigantic (2007)
The Search for Mickey Mouse (Coming in 2008)
 
Whats been happening happenig int he world of video gaes. I thnk a chaotic game. Should the next chaotic game be my chaotic heroes idea (It has a simalir plot to sonic heros but does have differnet teams. One team is made of Mighty Ray and Amy, Another one is Tails sonic and Kunckles. The third team is led by nack heroic borther Nick but i need to decie on his partners. I am thinking of either Rouge Charmy, Bark the polar bear or a strong silent no noseanse version of Big the cat. I am leaning toward Rouge and Bark or strong slient big . like the bestThe fouth team is called team furute. IT denfitly should conian Blaze the cat and Mink of version of Sliver. Of the third meamber i will either go with mairne the raccon, Charmmy the bee or cream the rabbit. The promble with maine is that it leaves team future without a fligth tiype memaber. ) or should a different game be released between chaotic adventures and chaotic hero
 
Entertainment News for Early March 2008
Sega announces the Mighty the Armadillo franchise will take a temporary hiatus citing sagging game sales.
- Game Informer

Supreme Court will meet to deliberate whether platform exclusivity, aka video games produced specifically for only one console, constitutes a violation of the Paramount Consent Decree.
- The Washington Post

Hannah Montana relaunch set for an April launch on ABC. The series went on hiatus and is currently undergoing a massive retool after the firing of former Hanna-Barbera chief Seth MacFarlane over creative disputes.
- Entertainment Weekly

Los Angeles county judge orders Universal Pictures to pay Ridley Scott an undisclosed amount in a wrongful termination suit filed after the acclaimed director was abruptly fired from the Denzel Washington film American Gangster. Scott's firing came about amid controversy over his 2006 film American Crime Story, which he directed for Fox.
- Access Hollywood
 
Hopefully, the Mighty series can eventually get back to their roots. Frankly, the OTL Sonic series's fate of devolving into a series of mediocre games looks tame by comparison.
 
This just in
When word got out of a possible hiatus for Mighty the Armadillo, many fans started online petitions calling for Sega to reconsider its position.
- Electronic Gaming Monthly; April 2008 issue
 
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