Sony to Launch 'Charlie's Angels' Game Online

Sony to Launch 'Charlie's Angels' Game Online

Post by Monty Solomo » Wed, 21 May 2003 12:10:42

LOS ANGELES, May 19 (Reuters) - "Charlie's Angels," the 1970s TV show
that spurred a blockbuster movie and now a sequel is coming back yet
again -- as a video game.

Sony Corp.'s (TOKYO:6758) movie division on Monday said would release
an online video game based on "Charlie's Angels" to coincide with the
new "Angels" movie which it is also releasing.

The double-barreled release comes as Hollywood and the games industry
increasingly look to cross-promote their offerings on the view that
the hype over a game can help boost the fortunes of a new movie, and
vice versa.

Sony Pictures Digital Networks said "Charlie's Angels: Angel X" would
be released in June to tie in with the June 27 theatrical debut of
"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle."



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