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Discover the new Yogi Bear Movie coming to theaters December 17
  If you love camping at Jellystone Park, make sure to catch Yogi Bear ™ and friends December 17 th when they hit the “Big Screen”! YOGI BEAR  Everyone’s favorite pic-a-nic basket-stealing bear comes to the big screen in “YogiBear,” a live-action/CG animated adventure in 3D, set for a December 2010 release.This new adaptation of Hanna-Barbera’s classic cartoon will star Academy Award ® nominee Dan Aykroyd (“Driving Miss Daisy”) as the voice of Jellystone Park’s mostfamous troublemaker, Yogi Bear. Two-time Emmy Award winner (“Saturday NightLive”) and six-time Grammy Award winner Justin Timberlake, previously starring as Artiein “Shrek the Third,” will star as the voice of Boo Boo, Yogi’s faithful pal and co-conspirator in his tireless schemes to separate Jellystone Park patrons from their lunches.The film’s live-action cast also includes Anna Faris (“Observe and Report”) asnature documentary filmmaker Rachel Johnson, and Tom Cavanagh (NBC’s “Ed,” “Howto Eat Fried Worms”) as Yogi’s amiable nemesis Ranger Smith. TJ Miller (“Cloverfield”)stars as Smith’s diligent deputy, Ranger Jones, and Andrew Daly (“The Informant!”) as theconniving Mayor Brown.Jellystone Park has been losing business, so Mayor Brown has decided to shut itdown and sell the land. That means families will no longer be able to experience thenatural beauty of the outdoors—and, even worse, Yogi and his pal Boo Boo will be tossedout of the only home they’ve ever known. Faced with his biggest challenge ever, Yogimust prove that he really is “smarter than the average bear” as he and Boo Boo join forceswith Ranger Smith to find a way to save the park from closing forever.One of television’s most beloved cartoon characters, “Yogi Bear” began as afeature of the Hanna-Barbera series “The Huckleberry Hound Show,” before headlining hisown show in 1961. Yogi’s television success led to a nationally syndicated comic stripand, in 1964, he became the first Hanna-Barbera cartoon character to make his moviescreen debut in “Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear.” “Yogi Bear” has since appeared as severalseries and one-hour specials.  A Sunswept Entertainment/DeLine Pictures Production, in association withRhythm & Hues, “Yogi Bear” will be directed by Oscar  ® -winning visual effects veteranEric Brevig (“Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D,” “Total Recall”) and produced byDonald DeLine (“Body of Lies,” “Fool’s Gold”) and Karen Rosenfelt (“Twilight,” “NewMoon”). The screenplay is by longtime writing and producing partners Jeffrey Ventimilia& Joshua Sternin (“That 70s Show,” “Tooth Fairy”) and Brad Copeland (“Wild Hogs”), based on the characters created in the Hanna-Barbera television series. Serving asexecutive producers are James Dyer (“Fool’s Gold”), Andrew Haas (“Observe andReport”) and Lee Berger (“Night at the Museum”). Key technical crew includes director of photography Peter James (“27 Dresses”), production designer David R. Sandefur (“Journey to the Center of the Earth, 3D”), editor Kent Beyda (“Jonah Hex”), costume designer Liz McGregor (assistant designer, “Fool’sGold”) and visual effects supervisor Betsy Paterson (“The Incredible Hulk”).“Yogi Bear” was filmed on location in New Zealand, in the Auckland area andaround the Whakamaru Reserve on the North Island’s Central Plateau between Rotoruaand Taupo. It will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. EntertainmentCompany. YOGI BEAR and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Hanna-Barbera.(s10)  2
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