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‘Spy Kids’ game uses 3-D technology MEDIA...

‘Spy Kids’ game uses 3-D technology

MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Inspired by the Dimension Films movie of

the same name, Burbank-based Disney Interactive released the

3-D-enhanced video game “Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over” for Game Boy


Advance and PCs on Wednesday.

The video game marks the first time Game Boy Advance consoles have

used 3-D technology. The game, released in conjunction with the July

25 opening of the third installment of the children’s action-movie


franchise, requires the 3-D glasses it comes with.

McDonald’s Happy Meals will also provide six secret codes during

its movie promotion from July 25 to Aug. 14.

Disney Interactive is the children’s software label of Buena Vista

Games Inc.

Horror stars to

sign autographs

MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH -- Dark Delicacies, a horror-themed retail


store, will present a mass book signing today that features Hollywood

celebrities of yesteryear who worked in the genre.

The 2 p.m. event at Dark Delicacies, 4213 W. Burbank Blvd., will

feature artist Robert Aragon signing his special-edition lithographs.

Actresses Jane Adams of “House of Dracula” and Janet Ann Gallow of

“Ghost of Frankenstein,” as well as composer Bebe Barron of

“Forbidden Planet,” will sign the lithographic portraits modeled

after them.


Special-effects artist and prop collector Bob Burns will also sign

copies of his new book, “Monster Kid.”

For more information, call 556-6660.

Compiled by Jackson Bell