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As previously announced, Minkoff ("The Lion King," "Stuart Little") returns to direct "Stuart Little 2," which is being produced by Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher.
Stuart Little 2" will once again incorporate ground-breaking visual-effects technology by the artists and innovators at Sony Pictures Imageworks.
We expect that audiences will be charmed and dazzled not just by Stuart Little 2, but by all of their future projects.
A beloved instant classic when it was released in December 1999, Stuart Little charmed its way around the world and proved to be one of the most exciting and unique new franchises at Sony Pictures.
Stuart Little "Big City Adventures" lets kids play five different games with varying levels of challenge, all from the perspective of a mouse.
Available for WIN 95/98, Stuart Little "Big City Adventures" is recommended for ages 4 and up and is currently available at retail stores nationwide for an approximate retail price of $19.
The film's three-inch-tall title character -- a clever, enthusiastic, can-do mouse with a little attitude and a lot of heart -- will be exclusively featured as part of RadioShack's 1999 holiday toy launch.
Signatures recently announced licensing partnerships with Hasbro (master toys), HarperCollins (publishing) and Learning Curve (specialty toys) for "Stuart Little," each of whom will be revealing product for the first time at Toy Fair '99.
Finally, the following classics need little description.
Paramount Home Entertainment has released a MY LITTLE PONY DVD gift set just in time for the holidays that includes MY LITTLE PONY: THE PRINCESS PROMENADE, MY LITTLE PONY: THE RUNAWAY RAINBOW and MY LITTLE PONY: A VERY MINTY CHRISTMAS.
The newest addition to the Baby Einstein DVD collection, Baby's First Moves is a playful celebration of a little one's movement milestones - including first steps, clapping, jumping, dancing and more.
Little Sioux, an innovative farmer-owned ethanol production facility that was commissioned in April 2003 and was designed to produce 40 million gallons of ethanol per year.
Little Squaw board chairman, Jim Duff, noted: "This is truly a seminal event in the long life of Little Squaw.