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Mendes Back To Direct Bond 24

by Alex Beanon July 12, 2013
First he was in, then he was out and now Sam Mendes is in again as the director of the upcoming James Bond entry – the 24th in the film’s long franchise history. Mendes had initially indicated he would be unable to direct the next movie in the Bond franchise after “Skyfall” closed with impressive […]
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Bazinga! BBT Leads Comic-Con 2013 Swag Bag Parade

by Alex Beanon July 12, 2013
The cast of top-ranked comedy sitcom “Big Bang Theory” won’t be at the 2013 comic-con in San Diego but their artistic cartoon-y likenesses will be staring at you at every booth as CBS/Warner Bros has partnered with CC for several swag bags doubling as backpacks including a bag/backpack featuring cartoon-like representations of the entire BBT […]

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Star Wars Coming To D23 Expo

by Alex Beanon July 12, 2013
So while the proprietors were releasing their schedule for 2013 Comic-Con in San Diego next week, you were probably wondering – hey! Where’s all the new “Star Wars” hype and stuff? Answer: It will be at the Disney-controlled D23 Expo next month in Anaheim. Now that Disney owns the lucrative franchise, expect to see many […]
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Oldboy Becomes A Spike Lee Joint

by Alex Beanon July 12, 2013
Based loosely on the Japanese manga, “Old Boy”, the film about a man imprisoned for 15 years and then mysteriously released by an unknown captor was a South Korean hit 10 years ago. Now comes the Spike Lee remake starring Josh Brolin in the lead role and due for an October 25, 2013 release…

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PR: “My Little Pony Equestria Girls” Coming to Blu-ray and DVD August 6, 2013

by Ed Liuon July 11, 2013
MY LITTLE PONY EQUESTRIA GIRLS FULL-LENGTH FEATURE FILM COMING TO BLU-RAY AND DVD AUGUST 6, 2013 Brand New Full-Length Feature by Hasbro Studios Introduces Whole New Dimension of My Little Pony Los Angeles, CA – My Little Pony Equestria Girls, the full-length feature introducing an exciting dimension to the incredibly popular My Little Pony brand, […]
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The Sword Gets An X-Men Edge

by Alex Beanon July 9, 2013
The graphic novel “The Sword” got one step closer to being the next “Hunger Games”-style flick featuring a female action hero when film rights owner Lakeshore Entertainment brought on David Hayter to write the screenplay – Hayter is responsible for the screenplays for “X-Men” [2000], “X2” [2003] and “Watchmen” [2009]. “The Sword” is based on […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Day Two Schedule Highlights

by Alex Beanon July 9, 2013
The Day Two Comic-Con 2013 schedule has been officially released and, should you happen to be lucky enough to make it to San Diego in less than two weeks, here are the Day Two highlights from which you will have your pick… Day Two morning highlights – right off the bat, you will have to […]
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Comic-Con 2013: Day Three Schedule Highlights

by Alex Beanon July 9, 2013
The Day Three Comic-Con 2013 schedule has been officially released and, should you happen to be lucky enough to make it to San Diego in less than two weeks and fully recuperated from the second day, here are the Day Three highlights from which you will have your pick… Day Three morning highlights – a […]

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Comic-Con 2013: Day Four Schedule Highlights

by Alex Beanon July 9, 2013
The final day of Comic-Con always brings sadness along as the realization that it will be another 365 days until the next shindig in San Diego but there are still good things abounding in Day Four of the Comic-Con 2013 schedule, here are the Day Four highlights from which you will have your pick… Day […]
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“Despicable Me 2” Rules Box Office in Premiere Weekend with $82.518M in Ticket Sales

by Ed Liuon July 8, 2013
Universal/Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 easily conquered the box office in its debut weekend, taking in an estimated $82.518 million in ticket sales to put it comfortably ahead of Disney’s remake of The Lone Ranger, which came in a distant second with an estimated $29.432 million in ticket sales. The premiere was also much larger […]