CinemaCon 2012: 'Teletubbies' Pioneer Tries
to Revolutionize Children’s Entertainment


Kenn Viselman speaks to THR about his plans to change the theater experience, family interaction and marketing all at once.

It would seem an unlikely brew, a combination of the Teletubbies, Tyler Perry's Madea movies and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, but if all goes according to plan, it could mean big changes for family programming.

Kenn Viselman, the man who brought the aforementioned multi-colored British plushies and Thomas the Tank Engine to American television, is betting that his new movie series will force all producers to change the way they make and exhibit family entertainment. To read the entire article visit The Hollywood Reporter.