Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2006
Actress Lacey Chabert will check into HABBO, one of the world's largest and hottest on-line destinations for teenagers. Chabert will discuss her career and her new holiday horror film "Black Christmas" on Thursday, December 21st at 3pm PST/ 6pm EST. The interview will be broadcast over HABBO's exclusive Internet Radio Stream, Bobba Music, hosted by DJ Brena (http://www.bobbamusic.com).
In "Black Christmas" a sorority house is terrorized by a killer who makes frightening telephone calls before murdering the sorority sisters during the Christmas break. The holiday thriller hits theaters on December 25, 2006. Teens interested in becoming members of HABBO and participating in this exciting event should go to http://www.habbo.com and click on the "check in" button.
About Lacey Chabert
Lacey Chabert is fast becoming one of the best young actresses of her generation. Born in Purvis, Mississippi, she began her career in entertainment doing drama and music performances in and around her hometown, and was a finalist in Star Search '91. She got her big break on the Broadway stage playing young Cosette in "Les Miserables," after which she became most known as Claudia on the hit television series "Party of Five."
In 1998, Chabert made her feature film debut as Penny Robinson in "Lost in Space" and has gone on to appear in "Balto II: Wolf Quest," "Not Another Teen Movie," "Hometown Legend," "The Scoundrel's Wife" and Steve Carr's "Daddy Day Care," with Eddie Murphy and Anjelica Houston.
The voice behind numerous animated films and TV shows, Chabert not only originated the role of Eliza in "The Wild Thornberries," but she has also lent her voice to the popular TV series "Hey Arnold!" and "Stories From My Childhood," as well as such films as "An American Tale: The Treasure of Manhattan Island," "The Lion King II: Simba's Pride," "Babes in Toyland," "Redux Riding Hood" and "Anastasia."
About HABBO and Sulake
HABBO is a richly colorful, multi-dimensional virtual community and game environment for teens. Users join by creating a fully-customized online character called a Habbo. From there, they can explore many public hang-outs, play a variety of games, connect with friends, decorate their own rooms, and have fun through creativity and self expression. Since its launch in 2000 by Sulake Corporation (http://www.sulake.com), an interactive entertainment company that specializes in developing, publishing and distributing multiplayer social networking communities and games, HABBO sites have been introduced in 29 countries on five continents, with more than 66 million Habbo characters created and more than 7 million unique users each month. The highly-trafficked North American sites, http://www.habbo.com and http://www.habbo.ca, are visited by over 2 million unique users per month who spend, on average, more than three hours a week on the site (Nielsen Net Ratings).
Sulake has headquarters in Finland and offices in 18 countries. Currently the company has over 290 employees worldwide. Sulake is extending the Habbo brand to include e.g. mobile applications, and merchandising and licensing products.