TV-to-DVD Trend Continues Into Spanish Language Mainstay //// Xenon Pictures announces the Release on DVD of Rubi, the Critically Acclaimed, Top Rated Telenovela that Ruled the Airwaves in the U.S. and Latin America

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The June 7 3-Double Discs DVD Release includes English Subtitles, Photo Gallery, Interviews, Trailer and more.

Adding to a string of successful releases on DVD, which included the # 1 Mexican Soap Opera of all times “Amor Real” and the acclaimed “A Day without a Mexican”, Xenon Pictures, Inc. has announced the release on June 7th of RUBI, the addictive primetime Spanish soap opera that ruled the airwaves and kept everyone wondering to the big finale ... was she a vixen or a heroine? For photos or more information: http://www.marcellapr.com

Set in the white sandy beaches of Cancun, Mexico, the story of passion, desire, greed and murder will be presented on 3- double discs DVD with over 700 minutes and will include English subtitles in addition to a photo gallery, interviews, outtakes, bloopers, musical video and trailers.

RUBI will be available on DVD full screen format for sale at $24.99. S.R.P.

“The release of RUBI on DVD is the perfect follow-up to the commercial success of Amor Real,” says Stephen Housden, Vice President and C.O.O. of Xenon Pictures, Inc. “Without a doubt novelas have changed TV history in the US. We are proud of our partnership with Televisa Home Entertainment to continue offering the very best on DVD for the Spanish speaking consumer.”

Telenovelas have transcended language barriers and territorial borders. The Latin American phenomenon has been the subject of many interesting articles in the press recently. They are often dubbed or subtitled for non-Spanish speaking viewers, attracting a diverse audience that range in the billions from the United States to Russia, Argentina to China, Afghanistan to Greece. Each series runs an average of six months with plots that touches on social issues, love, wickedness and the triumph of good over evil.

Starring Barbara Mori, Eduardo Santamaria, Jaqueline Bracamontes and Sebastian Rulli, RUBI has all the ingredients of a Hollywood script, from passion to greed, desire, treachery and murder. It is the story of a girl, blessed with beauty instead of money that is determined to use her looks and malice in order to marry a wealthy man who can offer her the life of luxury she is after at the expense of everyone around her.

While on the air in the United States, RUBI, became one of the favorite girls that everyone loved to hate. It was crowned as the # 2 telenovela of all times (second to Amor Real) and sparked an avalanche of controversy and hundreds of online postings worldwide.

Other titles now available on DVD are: Amor Real (Adela Noriega/Fernando Colunga/Mauricio Islas), Juan Pablo II, Testigo de Esperanza (John Paul II, Witness of Hope), La Usurpadora (Gabriela Spanic/Fernando Coluna/Libertad Lamarque), Niña ... Amada Mia (Karyme Lozano/ Sergio Goyri), El Manantial (Adela Noriega/Mauricio Islas) Abrazame Muy Fuerte (Aracely Arambula/Fernando Colunga/Victoria Ruffo, Cesar Evora), among many classics.

Xenon Pictures, Inc has also announced their plans to release shortly on DVD the uncensored version of the controversial movie “MI VERDAD” (My Truth), directed and produced by Juan Osorio, one of Mexico’s most successful entertainment executives.

About Xenon Pictures Inc.:

Xenon Pictures, Inc., is the exclusive U.S. distributor for Mexican production powerhouse Grupo Televisa under the Televisa Home Entertainment label. Established in 1986 and based in Santa Monica California, Xenon Pictures, Inc is the leading distributor of Urban, Spanish language, and alternative programming in the United States. Xenon Pictures, Inc. is distributed in the U.S. by Visual Entertainment, a division of Universal Music Video and Distribution.

For more information please contact:

marcella c. public relations

Tel: 310-472-5244

http://www.marcellapr.com

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