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Venator Elite (V-Elite)~A New Action/Drama Series (Teaser Trailer) Is Here!!

If you’re into the action and just plan old cool stuff in games like ‘Call Of Duty’ and ‘Ghost Recon’, then you just might enjoy this new series created by D.Jus Riley.

In 1989 the scientific warfare department of the CIA secretly adopted three newborn babies in order to train them for Special Operations. They’re all grown up now, and one doesn’t want what happened to him to happen to another child.

Venator Elite Stars:

Bob Walz
Shannon Wallace
D.Jus Riley
Donna Wilson-Mariscal
Shuhei Kinoshita

Directed By: Michael Simmons
Created & Written By: D.Jus Riley

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Trailer Music:
Nirvana~Smells Like Teen Spirit (Dubstep.net Remix)


Activision Rides ‘Call of Duty’ to Better Than Expected Earnings


3:47 PM PDT 5/9/2012 by Paul Bond

The game-maker’s “Skylanders” and “World of Warcraft” franchises also contribute to a decent first quarter.

Activision Blizzard, the company behind soon-to-come games based on the upcoming movies Battleshipand The Amazing Spider-Man, reported adjusted results that were better than expected on Wednesday.

Strong sales of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Skylanders Spyro’s Adventures, as well as a decent showing from the subscription game World of Warcraft helped the company post adjusted earnings of 6 cents a share, 2 cents better than Wall Street expected.

Subscribers for World of Warcraft, who pay $15 a month and whose numbers are closely watched by investors, ended the first quarter at 10.2 million. While that’s down from 11.4 million a year ago, it’s the same as where it was in the fourth quarter.

Activision Blizzard said revenue fell to $1.2 billion from $1.4 billion a year ago and net income sunk to $384 million from $503 million a year ago.

Still, Activision Blizzard raised its outlook for the year and its shares rose 1 percent in after-hours trading after ending the regular session unchanged at $12.40.

The company’s next big release is Diablo III on May 15, and CEO Bobby Kotick said during a conference call with analysts that “pre-orders have already set a new record for Blizzard.”

Email: paul.bond@thr.com