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"Up" / "Oben" (2009) - unter der Regie von Pete Docter (u.a. "Die Monster AG") - ist der zehnte Animations-Spass aus dem Hause Disney/Pixar und präsentiert den ungewöhnlichsten Kino-Helden aller Zeiten...

Carl Fredricksen, ehemaliger Ballon-Verkäufer und mittlerweile rüstige 78 Jahre alt! Schon als Kind liebte er es von grossen Abenteuern zu träumen und bevor es zu spät ist, so denkt sich Carl, möchte er seinen grössten Traum nun endlich wahr werden lassen. Und so lässt Carl mit tausenden von Luftballons sein Haus abheben um damit nach Südamerika zu fliegen. Erst viel zu spät bemerkt er, dass sein grösster Albtraum als blinder Passagier mit von der Partie ist: ein übereifriger 9-jähriger Pfadpfinder und selbsternannter Wildnis-Forscher...

Pixar's "Up" / "Oben" kam am 17. September 2009 in die deutschen Kinos...



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[02.03.2010]
CS! berichtet über die Einspielergebnisse...
The Visual Effects Society announced the winners of the 8th Annual VES Awards on Sunday night at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The annual event recognizes outstanding visual effects in more than twenty categories of film, animation, television, commercials and video games. [...]
Up was honored with three awards including Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture. [...]


[07.02.2010] CS! meldet...
Pixar Animation Studio's Up won the Best Animated Feature honor at the 37th Annual Annie Awards held at UCLA's Royce Hall on Saturday, Feb. 6. [...]

[03.02.2010] Der Walt Disney Studios Presseservice meldet...
[...] der 10. Animationshit aus dem Hause Disney/Pixar ist soeben in den Olymp der Filmgeschichte aufgestiegen! Als erster Animationsfilm wurde OBEN in den Kategorien "Bester Animationsfilm" UND der Königskategorie "Bester Film" von der Academy Award Jury für einen Oscar® nominiert. Damit ist OBEN zudem erst der zweite Animations-Film überhaupt, der in der Kategorie "Bester Film" nominiert wurde (nach "Die Schöne und das Biest"). Neben den Nominierungen für "Bester Film" und "Bester Animationsfilm" bestehen aussichtsreiche Chancen in 3 weiteren Kategorien: "bestes Original Drehbuch", "beste Filmmusik" und "bester Tonschnitt".
Schon im Vorfeld der Oscar®-Nominierungen räumte OBEN einige der begehrtesten Filmpreise der Welt ab: so erhielten die Filmemacher von Pixar zwei Golden Globes für den "besten Animationsfilm" und "die beste Filmmusik". Der vielseitige Filmmusikkomponist Michael Giacchino wurde somit schon zum zweiten Mal für seine Arbeit an OBEN geehrt, er erhielt letzten Sonntag den Grammy für seinen fantastischen Score. OBEN ist seit 21. Januar auf Disney DVD, Disney Blu-ray und als Download erhältlich. [...]


[19.01.2010] Der Walt Disney Studios Presseservice meldet...
[...] Letzte Nacht konnte das bereits mehrfach preisgekrönte Animationsstudio zum vierten Mal in Folge den Golden Globe für den besten Animationsfilm mit nach Hause nehmen. Nach "Cars", "Ratatouille" und "Wall-E" erhielt in diesem Jahr das Animations-Abenteuer "OBEN" die begehrte Trophäe. Darüber hinaus zeichnete die Hollywood-Auslandspresse den ?OBEN"-Filmkomponisten Michael Giacchino mit dem Golden Globe für die beste Filmmusik aus. [...]

[26.10.2009] ScreenDaily.com berichtet über die internationalen Einspielergebnisse...
Disney/Pixar’s Up dominated the Hollywood competition overseas for the third straight weekend thanks to an estimated $19m haul from 4,789 screens in 26 territories that propelled the running total to $324.2m. [...]

[21.06.2009] Der Walt Disney Studios Presseservice meldet...
[...] rund 150.000 Besucher hatten am Wochenende die Brille auf - nein, nicht die Sonnenbrille angesichts des traumhaften Spätsommerwochenendes, sondern die 3 D Brille, um sich Disney/Pixars 10. Animationsfilm OBEN anzuschauen. Das entsprach mehr als 1000 Besucher pro Kopie und brachte den Helden des Dschungelabenteuers gleich einen neuen Freund: den jüngst ins Leben gerufenen 3 D Bogey von Blickpunkt Film.
Insgesamt strömten bisher rund 520.000 Besucher (inkl. Previewzahlen) in die deutschen Kinos, um sich OBEN anzuschauen. Mit 13,7 Mio. Dollar Einspiel ist OBEN an diesem Wochenende erstmals der erfolgreichste Film außerhalb Nordamerikas. Mit einem momentanen Einspiel von 490 Millionen Dollar weltweit wird OBEN wohl bereits am kommenden Wochenende die Einspielmarke von einer halben Milliarde Dollar überschreiten. [...]


[17.09.2009] Heute kommt "Oben" in die deutschen Kinos...

[11.08.2009] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zu den Features der US-Blu-ray von Pixar's "Up"...

[29.06.2009] CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
[...] With roughly $13 million grossed over the weekend, Disney-Pixar's animated-adventure Up became the top grossing movie of 2009, surpassing J.J. Abrams' Star Trek with a total gross of $250 million after five weeks. It's currently the fourth-highest grossing movie for Pixar Animation, although it should move into second place behind Finding Nemo sometime next month. [...]

[09.06.2009] Der Walt Disney Studios Presseservice meldet...
[...] im Dschungel Südamerikas ist ganz gehörig was im Busch! Denn der deutsche Comedystar DIRK BACH und die Schauspiel-Legende KARLHEINZ BÖHM bringen ordentlich Geraschel ins Synchron-Dickicht: Die beiden leihen zwei Figuren aus Disney/Pixars 10. Animationsfilm OBEN ihre Stimmen.
DIRK BACH spricht Hund Dug, der sich in OBEN mit den beiden liebenswerten Helden Carl Fredricksen und Pfadfinderjunge Russell anfreundet. Irgendwo im Amazonas stoßen die drei auf den verschollen geglaubten Abenteurer Muntz, der von KARLHEINZ BÖHM gesprochen wird. Doch Carl, der glaubt, sein Idol aus Jugendtagen wiederzusehen, muss schnell feststellen, dass Muntz nicht der Held ist, aus dem Träume erwachsen [...]


[08.06.2009] THR.com meldet...
[...] Disney/Pixar's "Up" moved down one rung in the weekend boxoffice rankings released Monday. That's after final data showed Warner Bros.' "The Hangover" had topped domestic rankings with $45 million.
"Up," a 3-D animated feature, had been declared the weekend winner with an estimated $44.2 million during its second session; final data showed its real tally to be $44.1 million. The R-rated comedy "Hangover" improved from an estimated $43.3 million to an actual $45 million weekend. [...]


[08.06.2009] BOM berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
Pixar's commercial track record ballooned to a sensational ten for ten with the release of Up. The adventure comedy swooped in with a $68.1 million start on approximately 6,700 screens at 3,766 sites [...]
In the pantheon of Pixar debuts, Up slots in third place, behind The Incredibles and Finding Nemo and ahead of WALL-E [...]


[01.06.2009] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] It was a good weekend for Disney and Pixar Animation as their tenth CG animated movie Up opened with an estimated $68.2 million in 3,766 theaters, making it the third-highest opening for the animation house after The Incredibles and Finding Nemo. It was also the first movie from Pixar screened in 3D in roughly 1,500 theaters, with 3D screens bringing in 2.2 times as much business as the 2D options, helping the critically-lauded movie average $18 thousand per venue. [...]

[29.05.2009] Bei JoBlo.com gibt es eine umwerfende Kritik (10/10)... Bei FSR gibt es ein paar neue Szenenbilder...

[28.05.2009] Capone von AICN sprach mit Pete Docter...

[23.05.2009] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interviews mit Pete Docter & Jonas Rivera...
CS: [...] In the first 45 minutes, we've seen a lot of set-up, but is there actually an overall villain we'll see besides the dogs?
Rivera:
There's a lot coming.
Docter: There are other things you don't know about. From the beginning, the film was designed to have these three parts to it. This weighty emotion to it, the comedy and then the action, and the action is mostly stuff you haven't seen yet. Hopefully all of that is woven in to some degree. You feel it at the beginning, it's all set-up, but the real action stuff comes later, so you haven't seen much of that yet.
Rivera: We're saving that. [...]


[16.05.2009] Bei IESB gibt es mehrere "Up" Clips / Ausschnitte...

[15.05.2009] Bei IESB gibt es ein Interview mit Pete Doctor...

[14.05.2009] Bei Variety.com gibt es eine Kritik zum Film...
[...] At just 89 minutes, "Up" is unusually short for a Pixar film, and the action climax comes on rapidly. One setpiece features the two old-timers, Carl and the swashbuckling Muntz, going mano a mano aboard the latter's spectacular, zeppelin-like flying ship, and numerous vertigo-producing shots show characters clinging for dear life.
Although the cliffhanger effects are augmented by 3-D projection, never do Docter ("Monsters, Inc.") and co-director Bob Peterson shove anything in the viewer's face just because of its 3-D potential. In fact, the film's overall loveliness presents a conceivable argument in favor of seeing it in 2-D: Even with the strongest possible projector bulbs, the 3-D glasses reduce the image's brightness by 20%. At the very least, the incentive for seeing "Up" in 3-D would seem less powerful than it is for other films.
Despite the sheer volume of incident and action required of any film that includes young kids as a major portion of its target audience, "Up" is an exceptionally refined picture; unlike so many animated films, it's not all about sensory bombardment and volume. As Pixar's process is increasingly analyzed, the more one appreciates the care that goes into the writing. The underlying carpentry here is so strong, it seems it would be hard to go too far wrong in the execution.
Unsurprisingly, no one puts a foot wrong here. Vocal performances, most importantly from Asner, Plummer and nonpro Nagai, exude a warm enthusiasm, and tech specifications could not be better. Michael Giacchino's full-bodied, traditional score is superlative, developing beautiful themes as it sweeps the action along on emotional waves. [...]


[13.05.2009] Ab sofort kann man dem Kreativ-Team des Cannes-Eröffnungsfilms via Twitter folgen...
Live von der Croisette in Cannes werden OBEN-Regisseur Pete Docter, Produzent Jonas Rivera, Co-Regisseur Bob Peterson und der ausführende Produzent John Lasseter mit den Fans weltweit ihre Erfahrungen bei ihren ersten Cannes Filmfestspielen teilen - über die Microblog-Seite Twitter.
Disney/PIXAR's neuester Animationsfilm OBEN wird heute Abend als erster Animationsfilm überhaupt die diesjährigen Filmfestspiele eröffnen - und dazu noch in 3-D.
Das Kreativ-Team von OBEN und andere Special Guests werden Live-Updates auf http://twitter.com/UP_dates twittern. Außerdem werden hier "TwitPics" Bilder aus Cannes und weiteres Bildmaterial von den Abenteuern auf der Film-Tour in den nächsten Monaten zu sehen sein.


[20.04.2009] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Harry Knowles...
[...] After the film - the audience was glowing. It was as if each and every last one of us were 3 feet tall, tiptoeing into our childhood living room on Christmas morning and found our heart’s desire with a big bow on it and with balloons! Lots of balloons. This film isn’t a specified fetish film like MONSTERS, INC, THE INCREDIBLES, WALL-E, CARS, TOY STORY, A BUG’S LIFE or even RATATOUILLE. This is a human adventure primarily - without the obvious childhood fetish item. The fanciful elements concern talking dog collars, giant crazy bird critter and a balloon powered floating house. Otherwise - you’re dealing with humans - humans that have been hurt, have desires, motivations and problems. And nothing could be better. [...]

[18.04.2009] Eine "Up" Featurette ist online...

[21.03.2009] Ein "Up" Extended Clip ist online...

[20.03.2009] Der Walt Disney Studios Presseservice meldet...
OBEN, der neue Animationsfim aus dem Hause Disney/Pixar, der unter Leitung von Disney/Pixars Kreativchef John Lasseter produziert wurde, ist der diesjährige Eröffnungsfilm des 62. Filmfestival von Cannes. Die Eröffnungszeremonie am 13. Mai 2009 markiert zugleich eine Weltpremiere: OBEN ist der erste Animationsfilm, der dem Publikum als Eröffnungsfilm in 3-D Technik vorgeführt wird. Das diesjährige Filmfestival von Cannes findet vom 13. bis 24. Mai 2009 statt. [...]

[14.03.2009] Die "UPisode: First Aid" ist online... Sehr spassig...

[10.03.2009] THQ.de kündigt "Up" / "Oben" Videospiele für alle aktuellen Plattformen an...

[07.03.2009] Der neue "Up" Theatrical-Trailer ist online und zeigt... fast schon zuviel... *g*

[02.03.2009] AICN berichtet über die WonderCon-Präsentation...
[...] The Up panel featured director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera. They had a well put together panel where they set up 5 different scenes from the film that really showed a lot of what the film was about (much more so than any of the trailers). The first scene was the meeting between crumedgeony main character Carl and young Wilderness Explorer (a boy scout knock-off) Russel. A funny interaction shows that Russell needs one final achievement badge to get promoted in the WE and that is the Assist the Elderly Badge. This sets up why a little scout would be around Carl and eventuall end up on Carl's front porch as we see in the trailers.
The next scene shows why Carl wants to attach a billion baloons to his house and fly away. His wife has passed away and he lives alone. His house is being bought out from under him in the name of "development" and he's being forced to vacate his house and go to an old folks home. As the nurses come to pick him up, Carl claims he wants one last look at the house, goes back inside and unleashes the baloons. The house takes off, and Carl has rigged sails to direct his way to South America where his now-passed-away wife and he dreamed of spending their later years together. After a few moments, we get the door knocking scene with Russell we see in the trailer. After some funny interactions we see the house enter a huge storm and the clip ends.
The panel bridges the gap saying that the storm blows the house 20 miles off course and crashes. The house is still afloat, so tethered by a rope and a garden hose the two attempt to walk the house the final miles to where Carl wants to end up. Along the way Russell befriends a strage, massive bird who will seemingly be providing a lot of the physical comedy in the movie. Carldoesn't want to keep te bird, but it follows them anyway because of his love for Russell, who as a Wilderness Explorer is a "friend to all of nature."
The final two clips pretty much went together. It turns out there are a group of talking dogs (I know it's weird, but it just works. Pixar can do stuff like that) that have collars that translate their thoughts through a speaker. The first dog that Carl and Russell meet seems to be a bit slow-wited but friendly, and joins the crew. This seems to be the core group of "good guys" for the rest of the film, since all of these clips were in the first 45 minutes. There are other dogs in the next scene which shows that they for whatever reason want to catch the bird for their "master" (who I would assume is some scientist that created the talk collars...who knows, this movie went places I NEVER expected) and chase off after our intrepid heroes.
The clips looked great and drew huge laughs from the audience. This looks like another example of an idea that just doesn't seem could work but Pixar will bring to life in great heartwarming and humorous fashion. Docter claimed the movie all started with an old crumudgeon who wants to escape, and it all went from there. Those guys are smart. [...]


[27.02.2009] Bei CS!, AICN und Slashfilm.com gibt es Poster der Hauptcharaktere...

[09.02.2009] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zu 45 Minuten aus "UP", die auf der New York Comic-Con präsentiert wurden... SPOILER !!!
[...] After the footage was shown, Pete Doctor and producer Jonas Rivera answered some questions about the genesis of the project, claiming that some of their influences included the Muppets and Japanese animating God Hayao Miyazaki. Docter also made a reference to cartoonist Al Hirschfeld when asked about the difficulties of making a movie with human characters, saying that he enjoyed the simplifications that came with having caricaturized humans.
This may be the first time that Pixar has shown so much of one of their movies so far in advance, and that opportunity came about from the fact that Pixar's animators were able to get the first three reels of the movie into the state that we saw. Docter promised that the action aspect of the movie continues to ramp up over the course of the film, which they estimate will be 87 minutes long. (They confirmed there will be a short in front of it as always, but weren't able to announce what it will be or who is directing it.) [...]


[03.02.2009] "UPisode: Animal Calling" gefällig !?!

[02.02.2009] Der "Up" Super Bowl Spot ist online !!!

[23.01.2009] Bei Yahoo! Movies gibt es ein neues Poster...

[11.01.2009] Ein "Up" Sneak Peek ist online !!!

[03.01.2009] Bei EW.com gibt es ein neues Bild...

[16.12.2008] Die Offizielle Website bietet einen Ausschnitt / Clip, dazu muss man auf das Haus klicken, das an den Luftballonen hängt und etwas warten...

[21.11.2008] CS! sprach mit John Lasseter, u.a. über "Up"...
CS: [...] Will there be a 3D trailer of "Up" with "Bolt" by any chance?
Lasseter:
Yes, and it looks awesome. [...]


[08.11.2008] Ein neuer "Up" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!!

[14.10.2008] Bei Yahoo! Movies kann man einen Blick auf das Teaser-Poster werfen...

[26.07.2008] Ein erster "Up" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!! Und bei CS! gibt es eine ausführliche Beschreibung des Filmmaterials, das auf der Comic-Con gezeigt wurde...
[...] We were shown footage of Carl, the old man voiced by Ed Asner, about to leave his home to go to a retirement community. But just as they're about to leave with him, he slams the door and suddenly releases hundreds of balloons into the sky. The house lazily begins floating into the air and away from the city. Carl intends to travel to Venezuela to see the remote plateaus and rainforests. He intends to fulfill a promise he made to his deceased wife to go there one day. Just as Carl settles into his living room in the floating house... there's a knock at the door. The director revealed that it was a Boy Scout (of sorts) named Russell. He's missing just one badge - the one for aiding the elderly. So the young man joins Carl on his quest to travel to Venezuela. We were shown some test footage of their interaction which was pretty funny and featured them carrying the house tied to themselves like a balloon through the rainforest.
This footage was charming and funny, but I still didn't get a sense of what this movie was about or what Carl and Russell find in Venezuela. If there ever was a hard sell of a Pixar film, this is it. It felt more appropriate for a Pixar short than a feature length film. Disney and Pixar are going to have to do a bit more to get folks excited, but I'm sure people will see it simply based on Pixar's past track record.


[09.04.2008] Quint von AICN berichtet von einer Disney-Präsentation in NY... Vorsicht Story-SPOILER !!!
[...] UP comes out May 29th, 2009 and will be Pixar’s first 3-D movie. Lasseter said that all Pixar and Disney Animated movies from BOLT onwards will be made to release in Disney digital 3-D. Lasseter loves 3-D. He says even all of his wedding pictures were taken in 3-D he loves it so much.
UP is directed by Pete Doctor (MONSTERS, INC) and Bob Peterson and follows the most likely adventurer... Carl... a 78 year old man. He’ll be voiced by Ed Asner and is a grumpy ol’ bastard who walks on a cane that ends in four little legs, each one has a tennis ball on the end, like you’ll see at nursing homes.
Pete Doctor called it a "coming of old age story."
The movie opens with Carl as a young kid in the ‘30s. They showed us this opening with storyboard reels. Carl is a chubby kid, arm in a cast and he makes friends with an adorable ball of energy named Ellie.
She wants to follow her hero explorer out in the wilds on adventures. She wants to show Carl something, but makes him cross his heart and swear he won’t tell anyone. He does and she shows him her adventure book. A scrapbook with clippings from her explorer hero, a guy named Muntz.
She says when she gets big she’s going to go where he went. She’s going to South America ("It’s like America, but south," she says matter of factly). She has drawings of waterfalls and says she’s going to live there some day. It’s a place called Paradise Falls.
The rest of the pages are blank and she says she’s saving them for all the adventures she’s going to have... the only problem is she doesn’t know how she’s going to get there. Carl has a balloon in the room and she says, "That’s it! You can take us in a blimp! Swear you’ll take us!" She makes him cross his heart. "Good, you promised. No backing out!"
Carl is wide-eyed, clearly in love with this girl, in love with her spirit and enthusiasm. He barely speaks.
We get a montage now. No dialogue, just music. Ellie and Carl get married. They’re happy together. Carl sells balloons as they build their house. The years go by. They’re still young and playful. In love. They have picnics, look at clouds and see different shapes. Eventually Carl points out one in the shape of a baby. From here on out she sees nothing but babies in the clouds and smiles.
Carl awkwardly smiles as well.
Then we see them sitting in the doctor’s office. It’s dark and grey. Ellie has her face in her hands, crying as the doctor shakes his head no.
She sits in their front yard. She’s sad. Carl comes to cheer her up. He brings her the old Adventure book and she smiles again.
They make a Paradise Falls jar and put money and coins into it. The pile starts to grow but a series of events happen over time. Car tires blow out, the coin pile decreases. They put more money in it and Carl has his leg in a cast and the money decreases. The roof blows off in a storm, etc.
Now they’re elderly and the Paradise Falls jar is empty, forgotten. Carl loving looks at his elderly wife doing the daily chores. She’s happy, but you get the feeling that he’s sad for not giving her what he promised her. He looks at the crayon drawing of Paradise Falls she had in her adventure book and makes a trip to the travel place.
He has two tickets to South America. He hides them in the picnic basket and takes her out on a picnic. He makes it to the top of the hill. She doesn’t, collapsing halfway up. He runs to her.
Next we’re in a hospital. He’s very sad. She pushes her adventure book to him and makes him cross his heart. He does.
Next we see him slouched, wearing a black suit. He’s surrounded by hundreds of balloons... if I remember right they all had her name on them.
This sequence was already heartbreaking in this early form.
Carl lives on a few more years before his house is threatened by impending construction. So, he ties thousands and thousands of balloons to his roof with the intention of sailing to South America and bringing Ellie, in spirit, to Paradise Falls.
He apparently can steer his house with his weathervane.
But he has a stowaway when he makes this journey. A chubby asian kid named Russell, a boy scout trying to get his last merit badge, one for assisting the elderly.
They make it to S. America, but just before they get to where they need to go they crash and thrown from the house. The house starts to float away and just before it’s out of reach, they grab on to a garden hose and keep it from leaving them.
Neither of them can climb back up to it, but they don’t want to leave it, so they each tie a line to themselves and traverse the South American jungles pulling the house behind him like a Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon for the last 15 miles.
They showed us a test piece, with temp sets and character models and it looked really funny. Carl was short and squat, with his tennis-balled cane. Russell is whining. He’s tired. Carl is short with him and Russell falls over dramatically, but the balloon keeps him from doing much more than floating up and down. He ends up dragging forward on the ground, where he sees a bug and gets excited. He unclips himself and runs after it.
Carl looks back and sees he’s the only one tethered. He calls after the boy, getting no response as he’s slowly lifted up further and further and further until he’s out of frame. A bird squaks and he grumbles. There’s a tussle we don’t see and his cane drops to the forest floor.
They announced that the villain will be voiced by Christopher Plummer [...]


[28.01.2008] Bei CS! gibt es ein neues Bild aus "Up"...

[11.06.2007] Variety.com meldet...
Pixar is going a little older in 2009 than its typical demo.
The Disney-owned toon studio's release that year will be "Up," about a 70-year-old man who teams with a wilderness ranger to fight beasts and villains.
"Monsters, Inc." director Pete Docter is helming.
Pixar vet Bob Peterson is writing the script and will co-direct.
Monday's announcement fills in the remaining gap in the animation powerhouse's sked through 2010. After this month's "Ratatouille," it will release "Wall*E" next summer and "Toy Story 3" in summer 2010.
Its sibling Disney Animation Studios, also overseen by Mouse House toon toppers Ed Catmull and John Lasseter, is set to release "American Dog" next year and in 2009 "Frog Princess," its first hand-drawn pic since 2004.


[10.06.2007] Upcoming Pixar meldet...
[...] The June 1, 2007 (Vol. 165 No. 25) edition of TIME Magazine has some information [...]
"Pete Docter and co-director Bob Peterson are preparing this "coming-of-old-age story" about a seventysomething guy who lives in a house that "looks like your grand-parents' house smelled." He befriends a clueless young Wilderness Ranger and gets into lots of alter kocker altercations. Says Pixar: "Our hero travels the globe, fights beasts and villains and eats dinner at 3:30 in the afternoon."
That's the blurb TIME provided. adamelia adds "They say it is about an old man in his seventies who meets a clueless, young jungle scout. These two have some adventures globally in exotic lands...something similar to that." [...]



Up / Oben
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Regionalcode 2
FSK: Ohne Altersbeschränkung
Erscheinungstermin: 21. Januar 2010
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Up
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Up / Oben
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Tim Hauser
Art of UP
Englischsprachige, gebundene Ausgabe
160 Seiten (1. Mai 2009)



Up / Oben
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VIDEOSPIELE - Hardware, Spiele & Zubehör Das THQ-Studio Heavy Iron entwickelt die Videospielumsetzung für Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, PC und Mac, die zeitgleich zum Kinostart erscheinen wird...

In "Oben" können Sie die Rollen der vier Hauptdarsteller übernehmen: Carl, Russell, Dug der kleine Hund oder Kevin, den uralten Vogel. Erleben Sie die Geschichte von "Oben" entweder im Solo-Modus oder gemeinsam mit einem Freund im kooperativen Mehrspieler-Modus. Das gesamte Spiel lässt sich auf diese Weise zusammen spielen!

Stellen Sie sich immer neuen Herausforderungen, während Sie die vielfältigen Landschaften Südamerikas durchstreifen. Das Spiel bietet verschiedene Mehrspieler-Modi, inkl. eines grossen Levels, bei dem sich bis zu vier Mitspieler in einem aufregenden Luftkampf miteinander messen können!

Unter THQ-Games.com gibt es Screenshots...

Weitere Infos & PC-Demo unter...
UpVideogame.com



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