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*******www.beet.tv/2009/01/funny-site-but-not-funny-money-jibjab-raises-75-million-in-series-c-round.html Comedy site JibJab has raised $7.5 million in Series C funding from investors including Overbrook Entertainment and Sony Pictures, Jason Kincaid at TechCrunch reported. Andy interviewed JibJab CEO Greg Spiridellis at the TimeWarner Politics '08 Summit in October about politics and comedy on the web, and I republished the interview today. We previously interviewed JibJab about their "Starring You" ecards and videos, which allow users to post their faces into funny animations. Over the holidays, the ElfYourself videos were a big hit. The Starring You product has proved JibJab can do more than make political parodies like This Land, and make money to boot. --Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
12 Jan 2009
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Título: The Karate Kid Título original: The Karate Kid Dirección: Harald Zwart País: Estados Unidos Año: 2010 Fecha de estreno: 13/08/2010 Género: Drama, Deporte, Familiar, Acción Reparto: Jaden Smith, Jackie Chan, Taraji P. Henson Web: www.sonypictures****/movies/thekaratekid Distribuidora: Sony Pictures Productora: Columbia Pictures, Overbrook Entertainment, China Film Group, Jerry Weintraub Productions Sinopsis: Nueva película inspirada en la primera Karate Kid. Dre Parker (Jaden Smith), de doce años, podría haber sido el chico más popular de Detroit, pero el último traslado profesional de su madre (Taraji P. Henson) le lleva a China. Dre inmediatamente se enamora de su compañera de clase Mei Ying. El sentimiento es mutuo, pero las diferencias culturales hacen que su amistad sea imposible. Todo empeora aún más porque los sentimientos de Dre hacen que se enemiste con un matón de su clase que es un prodigio del kung-fu. Sin ningún amigo en una tierra extraña, Dre no tiene a quién acudir excepto al hombre de mantenimiento, Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), que en secreto es un maestro de kung-fu. Han le enseña a Dre que el kung-fu no son sólo puñetazos y movimientos defensivos, sino madurez y calma. Dre se da cuenta de que enfrentarse a los matones será la pelea de su vida.
11 Jun 2010
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The Disney & Pixar logos from the #1 animated movie of 2009, "Up" from the director who brought us "Monsters, Inc." in 2001. Enjoy, folks! © 2009 by Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved. BY THE WAY: Disney/Pixar "Up" (as you may have heard by now) is available NOW on Disney Blu-Ray Disc. Make it a great holiday gift for someone special! ONE MORE THING: Here's a preview of what I planning to release in December: Warner Bros. Pictures logo (1998) from "Jack Frost" Universal Pictures & Columbia Pictures logos (2009) from "Funny People" Columbia Pictures & Overbrook Entertainment logos (2005) from "Hitch" and MUCH MORE to COME!
14 Mar 2010
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BEIJING — Jackie Chan will play the wise kung-fu master in a Hollywood-Chinese remake of the 1984 hit "The Karate Kid" that kicked off filming in the Chinese capital at the weekend, a movie company publicist said Monday. Chan's young disciple in "Kung Fu Kid" will be played by Jaden Smith, the son of Hollywood superstars Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, China Film Group spokesman Weng Li told The Associated Press in a phone interview. In "The Karate Kid," Pat Morita plays the iconic building handyman Mr. Miyagi who trains one of his young tenants, portrayed by Ralph Macchio, into an accomplished fighter. The co-production between the state-run China Film Group and Columbia Pictures started shooting Saturday in Beijing, Weng said. "Kung Fu Kid" is being directed by Harald Zwart, who also directed "One Night at McCool's" and "The Pink Panther 2," Solon So, the chief executive of Chan's company, JC Group, told the AP. Chan and Smith, along with Smith's parents and sister Willow, attended a traditional Chinese ceremony to mark the start of the shoot Saturday. Photos on China Film Group's movie news Web site show the Smith family and Chan holding incense sticks. Will Smith _ one of the film's producers _ Chan, Zwart and others symbolically removed a piece of red cloth covering a movie camera, after which Smith gave Chan a hug, according to video posted on Chinese news Web site Sina****. His hair done in a huge Afro and wearing a bright red track jacket and blue pants, Jaden Smith stood and waved when he was introduced. His father ruffled his hair when he sat down. Chan said on his Web site he also attended the younger Smith's 11th birthday party last Wednesday, where he and Will Smith posed for pictures with young performers wearing red and yellow costumes with dragon patterns. Ken Stovitz, one of Will Smith's partners in the production company Overbrook Entertainment, said at the ceremony Saturday that "Kung Fu Kid" will be set in modern-day Beijing. China Film Group chairman Han Sanping said shooting will last three months. Chan juggles careers in Hollywood and Chinese-language film. The veteran 55-year-old Hong Kong action star will be seen in the upcoming the Hollywood action comedy "The Spy Next Door," about an undercover Chinese spy whose cover is blown, and the Chinese production, "Big Soldier," about the friendship between two soldiers set in China's ancient Qin dynasty. Jaden Smith costarred with his father in the 2006 movie "The Pursuit of Happyness" and appeared in the 2008 Keanu Reeves sci-fi movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still."
7 Jun 2010
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THIS IS THE LAST FIGHT SCENE THAT IS FOUGHT IN THE LATEST KARATE KID MOVIE.......... ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED AND THIS FILM IS IN NO WAY MINE........IT BELONGS FULLY TO Sony Pictures Releasing Production Co.: Overbrook Entertainment, Jerry Weintraub Productions, China Film Group Studios: Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group
26 Jun 2011
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This is the last fight scene from The Karate Kid Sony Pictures Releasing (copyright) Production Co.: Overbrook Entertainment, Jerry Weintraub Productions, China Film Group Studios: Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group
17 Jul 2011
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