Hocus pudge film will receive an upgrade to four-K video in 2018, the film’s creators said Wednesday.
Hocus Pudge film, a movie that premiered in 2012 and was followed by a second film in 2017, has been on a slow decline in the U.S. and elsewhere due to a lack of interest.
The film was the only one of the four films to reach four-k resolution, but the rest of the films failed to make it past a certain point, said co-creator David O. Smith.
A four-minute preview of the film, which is due to be released in theaters later this year, was shown on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!
“The quality is great.
I don’t have a problem with 4K.
It’s a good format, and it’s going to be great for movies,” Smith said.
“It’s a really good format.
And, in a way, it’s a bad format for movies because it has to be played at 120 frames per second.
That’s the kind of format that we want to see movies in, and that’s what we’ll see.”
Hocus pucks, or pachinko balls, have long been a staple of Japanese games and anime.
They are a popular prize in the popular Japanese game, karaoke, where the players can select one of seven characters and compete with the other players to win money.
The character chosen by the player with the most points wins.