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Xbox 360 – Now With More Pulp!

by Alex Beanon March 5, 2013
It used to be that you hauled out your Xbox 360 to play video games – ah, those were the days, weren’t they? Now you can use your Xbox to do many other things including, presumably, cleaning your oven. One of those things is featuring first-run films – albeit, this is not on the same […]
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Halle Berry Added To X-Men Cast, Almost Enough For Three Basketball Teams Now

by Alex Beanon March 5, 2013
Halle Berry was the latest addition to the cast of next year’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past” directed by Bryan Singer and the fifth installment in the franchise. The plotline will be set in the 1970s and original film series members will play older versions of themselves as mutants are hunted down. Berry will play […]

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Five More Months Needed To Jack Up Hobbit Ticket Prices

by Alex Beanon March 4, 2013
  Struggling to find a way to transfer their expensive filming costs onto the ticket-buying public – should it be through concessions, 3D conversion or merely good old fashioned gouging – Warner Bros. has moved the third and final film in the Hobbit trilogy, “The Hobbit: There and Back” back five months from its originally […]
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R.I.P.D. Finds Three D’s Are Better Than Two

by Alex Beanon March 4, 2013
  When it comes to the portrayal of zombie police squads, scientific research has clearly shown that it is far better to depict undead law enforcement with an extra dimension in your pocket. So it goes without saying that Universal has decided to make “R.I.P.D.” – its upcoming feature film about zombie cops [the Rest […]

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Review: “Hotel Transylvania” Needs a “Do Not Disturb” Sign

by on February 28, 2013
Hotel Transylvania was directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, and if this movie is Genndy Tartakovsky pouring out his bountiful imagination, creativity and energy, I’d hate to see what happens when he’s just collecting a pay check. Hotel Transylvania is trite, predictable, boring, and why am I even writing about it, because it’s not worth bothering over, […]
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PR: Dane Cook Tapped to Voice Dusty in “Disney’s Planes”

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2013
DANE COOK TAPPED TO VOICE DUSTY IN DISNEY’S PLANES High-Flying Animated Comedy Adventure Soars into Theaters August 9, 2013 BURBANK, Calif. (February 28, 2013) – Dane Cook has been tapped to voice the lead character Dusty, a plane with high hopes in “Disney’s Planes.” Inspired by the world of “Cars” and directed by Disneytoon Studios […]

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DreamWorks Animation Reports $83M Loss for 2012 4th Quarter; Confirms Upcoming Layoffs

by Ed Liuon February 27, 2013
DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., reported a Q4 2012 loss of $83 million (98 cents per share) on revenues of $265 million, due to disappointing performance of Rise of the Guardians and a one-time charge of $54 million to return Me and My Shadow to development. During a conference call discussing DreamWorks’ quarterly results, CEO Jeffrey […]
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PR: “LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite!” Coming May 21, 2013 to DVD, Blu-ray, and On Demand

by Ed Liuon February 26, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TT ANIMATION PRODUCES FULL-LENGTH FILM BASED ON POPULAR VIDEO GAME LEGO BATMAN: THE MOVIE DC SUPER HEROES UNITE! COMING MAY 21, 2013 FROM WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT Clancy Brown reprises Superman: The Animated Series role of Lex Luthor on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand & Digital Download BURBANK, CA (February 26, […]

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Disney Announces “My Neighbor Totoro,” “Howl’s Moving Castle” Blu-rays Coming May 21, 2013

by Ed Liuon February 26, 2013
Walt Disney Home Entertainment has announced that Blu-ray combo-pack releases of Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbor Totoro and Howl’s Moving Castle are available now for pre-order with a release date set of May 21, 2013. Bonus features for both releases look identical to the earlier DVD releases, with no new bonus features shown at this time. […]
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Eight Things To Like And Two Things To Hate About The 2013 Oscars

by Alex Beanon February 25, 2013
The 85th version of the Academy Awards – that annual self-congratulatory show business industry shindig where industry executives and mucky-mucks show up in their limos to pat themselves on the back in front of a live television viewing audience – is over for another year and, as usual, nobody in Hollywood is ever completely happy […]