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ANGELINA TEAMS UP FOR ANIMATED PIC

Sopranos star James Gandolfini will add some Mobbed-up voice work to DreamWorks' undersea Mafia computer-toon Sharkslayer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Gandolfini joins Will Smith, Angelina Jolie, and Renee Zellweger on the list of actors lending their voices to the computer-generated cartoon, which is being directed by Eric Bergeron (The Road To El Dorado) and Vicky Jenson (Shrek), the report said.

Last Updated: Apr 1, 2002

EIDOS INTERACTIVE SIGNS RAY HOUGHTON

Former Liverpool veteran and Irish international Ray Houghton has been signed up by Eidos Interactive as a consultant for the publishers award winning Championship Manager series developed by Sports Interactive. Championship Manager 4 will make its commercial debut on PC later this year with XBOX versions in the pipe-line, Ananova reports today.

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2002

MICROSOFT GETS ITS TEETH KICKED IN

Leave it to EA's ever-controversial president John Riccitiello to put the boot. According to El Ricco, by way of Blooomberg, Microsoft has had its teeth kicked in, in both Europe and Japan. Ouch. This may help explain why EA has been quietly shuffling all of their European Xbox releases further back into the summer for the last few weeks.

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2002

40 FAMILIES ALLOWED TO ADOPT CHILDREN

Forty American families are making preparations this week to travel to Cambodia to finalize adoptions there, the first invited by the U.S. government to do so since an orphanage-by-orphanage probe of baby trafficking began in late February.

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2002

SCHOOLS GROOMING MAKERS OF FUTURE

Somewhere, in a darkened bedroom or a cinderblock basement, a kid is sitting at a computer, dreaming of creating the perfect video game. In the past, that dream probably would have died. But as the market for video games accelerates into a multibillion dollar industry, the need for developers to feed games to the marketplace has grown.

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2002

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