20th Century Fox of News Corp has announced a projected download figure for illegal copies of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” that is four times their initial estimate. They now say that about four million copies of the movie have been illegally downloaded, a process which began on March 30th with a pre-released, leaked copy of the movie.
Moviegoers in the Kansas City, Mo. area will get to experience their next flick not only through visual and audio pathways, but also through their seats. The AMC theater in Kansas City has just been upgraded with “Buttkicker” audio transducer technology from Guitarmmer Company.
We just couldn't hold off on launching our May contest, so we are giving you a couple extra weeks to get your entry in! We are giving away two fantastic home theater prizes to one lucky person; a Panasonic 42" Plasma HDTV and a Logitech Harmony 1100 remote.
The allure of 3D films and TV is growing. In a joint research study by the CEA and the Entertainment and Technology Center at the University of South California, it was recently revealed that 41 million adults in the US have seen a 3D film in the past year, 40% of whom would prefer their programming in 3D rather than 2D.
The Wounded Warriors Battalion East, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina received a welcomed surprise – Creston’s donation of a home theater for the 130 wounded and recovering marines who are staying there. The donation was made through the Creston Eagles Program, which was created in order to bring comfort and entertainment to wounded soldiers.