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Thursday, 23 August 2001 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Multiple news sources, including the Associated Press and KRAL-TV in Raleigh, are reporting North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms is planning to retire in 2003. About to turn 80 and reportedly suffering from prostate cancer, Helms is an ultra-conservative known for his stance against the National Endowment For The Arts (NEA), Public Television and a public spat over what he considered to be "obscene art" by photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
Monday, 30 July 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Dimension Films has agreed terms with rapper turned actor LL Cool J to star in Dolemite, a remake of the 1975 Blaxploitation cult classic featuring Rudy Ray Moore. The original Dolemite told the story of a pimp, recently released from prison who aimed to regain control of the nightclub he once owned (with the help of Kung Fu hookers of course). The remake of Dolemite will be modernized and made more politically correct featuring LL as "an entrepreneur" as opposed to a pimp, who is framed by an adversary. LL Cool J is also starring in the remake of Rollerball, scheduled for release later this year.
Wednesday, 28 March 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. recently announced that worldwide shipments of their PlayStation 2 game machine have already reached 10 million units. This comes less than six months, compared to shipments of the original PlayStation that took three years to ship 10 million units. Sony hopes to double PlayStation 2 shipments during the fiscal year 2002, beginning April 1, 2001, with a projected worldwide target of over 20 million units.
Friday, 02 February 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
This week Japanese game machine maker Sega announced that they will no longer be producing their Dreamcast game console and will start creating game software titles for Sony and Nintendo's game systems. Sega plans to supply game content for popular Palm handheld devices and will license Dreamcast technology to U.K.-based Pace Micro's set-top boxes. Sega will also create new opportunities for its online gaming network SegaNet.
Friday, 08 December 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Looking for a great audio/video present for that special somone (or for yourself) this holiday season? Here is a list of goodies you'll want.
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