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ZeptoLab and Blockade Entertainment are developing "Om Nom," an animated feature based on the popular mobile game "Cut the Rope" with plans to get it into cinemas by next year.
The story follows 13-year old Evan, a boy who opens a secret package containing a living scientific experiment – with mischievous intentions. Known only as Om Nom, this adorable creature has an insatiable appetite for everything sugary.
Now free to roam, Om Nom begins to wreak havoc upon this formerly quiet town, and Evan, with his little sister Jordan, must follow him on an epic adventure while avoiding various others who are looking to capture Om Nom for themselves.
The "Cut the Rope" games, first launched in 2010, have been downloaded over 700 million times to date. The games have previously been adapted into a short-form animated web series which has garnered over 600 million views.
No director, writer, or stars are attached yet. »
- Garth Franklin
David Geffen's alleged former lover, Jamie Kuntz, who was charged with stalking the mogul, is required to stay 200 yards away from Geffen for the next 10 years, as part of a plea deal. Kuntz pled no contest to misdemeanor stalking on Monday, his lawyer David Wohl and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. The felony stalking charge Kuntz faced was dismissed as were five misdemeanor charges, each for allegedly violating a restraining order Geffen obtained against him. Read More David Geffen's Alleged Ex-Lover to Face Stalking Charge In Court As part of
- Hilary Lewis
2 items from 2015
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