The 1990's CGI cartoon, Reboot, will be made into THREE MOVIES. Originally created by Vancouver's Mainframe Entertainment, the cartoon centered around the adventures of anthropomorphic security software living in a mainframe computer. Every once in a while a semi-mythical "user" would play a game. A giant purple cube would drop from the sky, and all characters would be scrambled to fighter jets or some other form of battle. (The premise of the cartoon was famously rolled out in the cartoon's intro.) If you haven't seen it, check this out. Five undiscovered writers have been selected to pitch storylines for the film, which will be unveiled Thursday. Once unveiled, anyone can suggest tweaks to the story on a special social networking web site.