Olmos Productions has always valued its success of bridging cultures through entertainment and education -this a monumental venture between Olmos Productions, Fuzeinc, and Egg Story Studios.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) December 10, 2010
Today Edward James Olmos’ new venture Fuzeinc announced at an official signing in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, an agreement to produce the animated series "ChopChops." The series will be created for television and new media platform distribution globally -- made possible by the rapid convergence of television, interactive gaming, mobile content, social networking and the internet.
This is a first in a slate of international and Asian co-productions for Fuzeinc, which includes projects such as the sci-fi feature “The Helix,” written by Marvel scribe Bob Layton and to be directed by Michael D. Olmos.
Olmos’ new production “ChopChops,” is a global partnership between Hollywood, Malaysia and Singapore. Fuzeinc, founded by Olmos, Nickson Fong, and Michael D. Olmos, will oversee its development, production and sales. The legendary animation veteran, Phil Roman is attached as the Executive Producer.
Nickson Fong, creator of "ChopChops," and founder of the successful animation company EggStory Studios and its affiliated company Re’al Sandbox has gathered a team of talented artists for the animation and content creation.
In addition, Dr. Paul Chan, President and co-founder of HELP University College, is partnering with Fuzeinc to transform the creative content into creative “Edutainment” for its curriculum. This content will provide the students with real world experience and global opportunities.
Olmos stated, “Olmos Productions has always valued its success of bridging cultures through entertainment and education -- this is a monumental venture between Olmos Productions, Fuzeinc, and Egg Story Studios.” Fuzinc, Olmos Productions, and Eggstory will handle development, production, and sales, while E-Tree Technologies will handle IT. HELP will work closely with the partners to transform the content of "ChopChops" into training and educational materials.