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About Bigbig Studios

Bigbig Studios Limited was a video game development company based in the UK. Bigbig is the developer of Motorstorm Arctic Edge, and the popular Pursuit Force series of games. The company was acquired by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2007.

Bigbig Studios Headquarter Location

Marlborough House 48 Holly Walk

CV32 4HY,

United Kingdom

44 01926 881147

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Bigbig Studios Patents

Bigbig Studios has filed 1 patent.

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Latest Bigbig Studios News

Little Deviants Run Rampant on PlayStation Vita

Feb 9, 2012

Blanc/Biehn Productions Announces New Project Fembot Posted on Post Thumb: /jun13/blancbiehn.jpg Blanc/Biehn Productions has announced another new project, Fembot, which will see a release date in the fall of 2015; and we have the early details for you right here, including a very familiar name listed among the film’s credits. Fembot will star Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, The Victim, The Divide) and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Everly, Wrong Cops, The Victim, “Dark Angel”) and introduces Martin Richard Kristek to Hollywood. Additional cast members will be announced next month. The film will be directed by editor Vance Crofoot (Treachery, The Victim) and written by our own Staci Layne Wilson. Fembot marks Biehn’s first robot movie since The Terminator and Blanc-Biehn’s first super-human story since “Dark Angel.” During a recent trip to Vienna, the couple met Kristek (see all three pictured below), who made a lasting impression on them with his charisma as a European actor and DJ as well as his message and views on the subject of renewable energies. Kristek, owner and CEO of Care-Energy and ESCO, supplies over 380,000 customers in Germany with renewable, sustainable energy. His company’s work creates the greatest possible independence of energy at socially acceptable prices. Currently he is set to internationalize his energy service company. But first he’ll have a supporting role in the film as a solar energy provider working with the inventor of the Fembot. “I am so excited to work with Martin on this project. I found him to be one of the most interesting, smart, and talented people I have met in a long time,” says Biehn. “We think Kristek will be a wonderful character in this film,” adds Blanc-Biehn. Synopsis: Imagine a world in the not-too-distant future in which your every whim and desire can be fulfilled by a beautiful, charming, and sexually adventurous female robot. Thanks to ingenious scientific advances and potency provided by benevolent green energy eco-power plants, these “Fembots” are a dream come true. She’s lifelike, responsive, warm, and soft to the touch — she even smells like cotton candy. What man wouldn’t want one? Wealthy entrepreneur Zayden Beckett (Biehn) can’t wait to invest… both professionally and personally. Beckett test-drives a few Fembot models before he settles on Arla, the most intelligent of the lot and specially programmed just for him. Unfortunately, the devious inventor of the Fembot has cut corners with Arla, using a different, inferior energy source. She develops a mind of her own and a thought process which allows for jealousy. When Beckett begins to fall in love with a real woman, Arla goes on the attack. Fembot serves as a warning, a wake-up call for the viewer: Beware of the temptations of the virtual reality – because in the end you might find yourself out in a real world that’s more fiction than fact, where nothing is real anymore. Fembot is a thrilling and erotic, energy-conscious sci-fi suspense film. Production begins in July 2014 with plans to premiere the film in 2015 so expect lots more later this year. For more on all of the company’s current projects, “like” Blanc/Biehn Productions on Facebook and join the conversation on Twitter with @jenniferblancb, @michaelbiehn, and @blancbiehnfilms. Got news? Click here to submit it! Develop a mind of your own in the comments section below! Image Type 1:

  • When was Bigbig Studios founded?

    Bigbig Studios was founded in 2001.

  • What is Bigbig Studios's latest funding round?

    Bigbig Studios's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Bigbig Studios?

    Investors of Bigbig Studios include Sony.

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