Monday, March 10, 2003
MUTANT X UPDATE
The Continuum has obtained a list of titles and images from new episodes of the syndicated Mutant X television series through mid-May.
Reruns continue with "Sign From Above" this week; "Body and Soul" the week of March 17; "Understudy" the week of March 24; and "The Grift" the week of March 31.
New episodes include "Final Judgment" the week of April 7; "Inferno" the week of April 14; "One Step Closer" the week of April 21; "Reality Check" the week of April 28; "Reawakening" the week of May 5; and "Lest He Become" the week of May 12.
Below are nine images from the "Final Judgment" episode.
Below are three images from "Inferno."
Below are six images from "One Step Closer."
Below are four images from "Reality Check."
Below are six images from "Reawakening."
X-MEN: EVOLUTION UPDATE
X-Men: Evolution will be joining Cartoon Network's regular lineup beginning next month.
Beginning on April 5, the show, which is currently on hiatus from Kids' WB!, will air on Cartoon Networks on Saturdays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) and 10:30 p.m. and on Sundays-Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT).
Four new episodes from X-Men: Evolution's third season are expected to air in May on Kids' WB!. The show has been picked up for a fourth season of nine episodes.
Look for more on X-Men: Evolution soon here in The Continuum.
In other Cartoon Network news, Justice League will air Sunday-Thursday at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), starting April 6.
BULLETPROOF MONK VIDEOGAMES
Empire Interactive on Monday announced that it has signed the interactive videogame rights to the Bulletproof Monk movie.
The game, which is being developed by UK-based Mucky Foot Productions and will be published by Empire, is slated to roll out this holiday season nationwide on all leading console and PC platforms.
Licensed from MGM Interactive, the game will follow the premise of the film and will add twists to the plot.
"Empire is pleased to work with MGM Interactive on Bullet Proof Monk as the film sets a strong stage to make an epic game franchise," said Jimmy Lamorticelli, General Manager for North America. "Empire's intent is to build a compelling and unique gaming experience that will captivate all gaming audiences."
"In collaborating with Empire, we continue our strong forward momentum in selecting quality partners to bring our unparalleled film content into the realm of interactive videogames," said Neil Haldar, Vice President of Production and Business Development, MGM Interactive. "We look forward to working together in developing this film title into a variety of compelling and challenging videogames as we continue to excel in this rapidly growing market."
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