Durgesh: Thanks for contacting EA Customer Experience, my name is Durgesh. How may I assist you today?
KoopaTV: Hi, I'd like to know what happened to the Madden Curse movie announced back in December of 2010.
Durgesh: I sincerely apologize but our developers have not update information about this at the moment.
Durgesh: I would request you to contact our concerned department who could find this information for you
Durgesh: Please visit http://info.ea.com
Durgesh: Click Press
KoopaTV: Yeah, it was announced then to be directed by Pat O'Brien and nothing has been heard since.
Durgesh: Select PR contact-
Durgesh: You will find a specific person in the list
KoopaTV: Which specific person do you think would know?
Durgesh: You will find Elizabeth Brett
Durgesh: Click on it and you will be able to option to email to her
KoopaTV: When do you think we would get an answer by?
Durgesh: Surely,within few days.
KoopaTV: Okay, thank you very much Durgesh.
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Hello,An Origin Help Centre representative told me to contact you because I wished to know the status of the Madden Curse movie announced back in December of 2010.The announcement claimed that Mr. Pat O'Brien of EA Entertainment was one of the producers of this movie, yet there has been no news of the movie since December 2010. Did it get canceled? Was it a joke? Is it still happening? Is there a release date?Thank you in advance.
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KoopaTVLudwig Von KoopaSincerely,I'm investigating the status of the Madden Curse movie announced back in December of 2010, supposedly directed by EA Entertainment VP Pat O'Brien. There has been no word on the status of the movie since, and the world is left wondering whether the movie announcement was simply a joke, secretly in progress this whole time, or canceled.Ms. Spander left me your e-mail address to try in case she couldn't reply.Dear Mr. Gervin,Ms. Spander of EA Corporate Communications hasn't replied to the inquiry I sent her in a timely manner (as defined by herself), and Ms. Brett of EA SPORTS: Madden division may have very well passed away because it has now been over a week since I asked her the same inquiry I sent Ms. Spander without so much as a reply.
A straightforward answer as to exactly what happened to the Madden Curse movie would be much appreciated. Please respond ASAP, because we have deadlines to meet.
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