Hello Kitty

Tina Chinakarn, left, and Julie To, right, take a picture in front of a Hello Kitty mural outside of Hello Kitty Con October 31, 2014 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles, California. Some 25,000 fans are expected to attend Hello Kitty Con be

Hello Kitty to make her big screen debut

NEW YORK (AP) — Hello Kitty might not have a mouth but she's got a movie deal. Warner Bros.' New Line Cinema announced Tuesday that it has acquired film rights to Hello Kitty from the Japanese corporation Sanrio. The 45-year-old iconic feline has never been turned into a movie despite its...
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