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American Gods, the hit Amazon Prime Video fantasy series, adapted from the late Neil Gaimans 2001 name-a-child novel, will be transformed into a new gaming content and product by Skyrocket Entertainment, and incorporated into the worldwide online gambling sector through its newly launched SkyRocketer studio division. The project is aimed at the development of new games such as Deal Or No Deal, Dumb and Dumber and Austin Powers, American God will become based on

The American Gods series was originally adapted by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for Starz - and is produced by Fremantle and distributed by Lionsgate Television.

The deal was agreed between Fremantles VP of commercial and licensing, Angela Hueber and Skyrocket CEO, Sean OKelly. Production for the game has started and will be delivered later this year.

The company acquired the international rights to 75 feature films including Rambo, The Expendables and Cleans.

The Irish content production company ShinAwiL and Bebbak have teamed up to produce 'Sinead' a feature documentary celebrating the work of the iconic, Grammy winning singer/songwriter Sinear OConnor.

The Los Angeles-based executive producer Chuck La Bella engaged U.S. producer Orian Williams (Control) as executive producers. Together with ShinAwiL CEO Larry Bass and radio DJ, Bebbaks Dave Fanning. Irish filmmaker Maurice Sweeney (I, Dolours) will direct.

She embraced her music in both life and career and captivated audiences in equal measure.

The film, which is the story of Sinead's work, is only ever going to be explored in its own words. Bass said: Only, there will be a documentary with Sinad involved, and it'll only tell the stories of her own work. This is it. Rarely do we get an opportunity for an artist to take us in to the legend behind their greatest work.

Jonathan Ford and Abacus Media Rights will handle global sales.

Founded in 1988, Cyber Group Studios, a producer and distributor of animated series known for its preschool show, Gigantosaurus, is partnering with Grilled Cheese Media (Major Marlo Meets The Monster From Mars), the producer of family-focused properties, to develop Yum-YUM, an animated comedy-adventure series for preschoolers. Actor, director and comedian Dave Coulier (Full House) and animator and executive producer Bob Harper (The Powerpuff Girls

A family comedy is intended for young viewers about a fun-loving islander who travel the world looking for yummiest foods with slapstick adventures.

The global cookery format "MasterChef" is returning to New Zealand after a six-year hiatus. Screentime Newz, based on Banijay Rights, and Discovery have agreed to relaunch of " MasterChef NZ" on Discoverys Three channel in 2022.

The master chef is the most successful television format in the world and produced over 64 markets and has broadcast more than 10,000 episodes.

Vistas Media Capital has acquired the majority stake of Indian animation and design company Paperboat Design Studios, whose work was based on Gitanjali Raos Bombay Rose. The acquisition is known internationally for its work on the name Saharan and Hyderabad and its director of the studio, Soumitra Ranade.

Paperboat is working on animation projects "Bhrigu and the Palace of Mirrors", based on Ranades novel of the same name and "Kabuliwala," a classic short story written by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.

The deal follows the boxing biopic Pep, from Golden Ratio Films, the wholly owned subsidiary of Vistas and Leonardo DiCaprios Appian Way Productions.