Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 3D
Sky 3D (UK) will broadcast Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (A 26 x 22 minutes TV series animated by 41 Entertainment) in the UK and Ireland from autumn 2013.
The stereoscopic 3D series comes from Arad Productions (Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk) and video game publisher Namco Bandai Games, which owns the Pac-Man brand. Arad’s Avi Arad, former chairman and CEO of Marvel Studios, executive produces along with Rick Unger (Biker Mice From Mars, X-Men Evolution).
41 Entertainment (“41e”) is a global animation company engaged in the production, distribution and marketing of animated children’s television programs and the marketing of related consumer products (licensing and merchandising) in all forms. The principals of 41e have worked on numerous successful animation projects and have successfully negotiated distribution deals in over 95 countries and territories in the children’s programming market.
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Since launching as Europe’s first domestic 3D channel in October 2010, Sky 3D has broken new ground across a range of genres, including natural history, live music, the arts, sports and movies. Highlights have included David Attenborough’s BAFTA winning Flying Monsters and The Bachelor King 3D, a number of summer music festivals, opera and ballet, Kylie Minogue live from the O2, Got to Dance, the 3D TV world premieres of Avatar, Alice in Wonderland and the Toy Story Trilogy as well as more than 150 live sports broadcasts including the UEFA Champions League final, the Ryder Cup and US Masters golf.
Sky 3D is the UK’s only dedicated 3D TV channel and is available at no extra cost to Sky World HD customers with a 3D TV. Sky World HD customers are those taking our Entertainment, Entertainment Extra, Sports, Movies and HD Packs. Sky 3D is compatible with all 3D TVs and works with both ‘active’ and ‘passive’ 3D formats. To find out more visit Sky.com/3D.