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Director Of The Batman Promises A “Noir-Driven” Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon June 28, 2017
What kind of tone would you expect the next Batman movie to have? Which kind of tone are you hoping for? According to Matt Reeves, who’s been hired to head the Dark Knight’s next solo feature, he’s shooting for a “noir-driven” feel. “I want to do a very point of view-driven — you know, this […]
Mune Guardian of the Moon

GKIDS Brings “Mune: Guardian of the Moon” to Theaters on August 12, 2017

by Ed Liuon June 27, 2017
Stunning Animated Mune: Guardian of the Moon, to Debut in U.S. Cinemas for a One-Day-Only Special Event on August 12 Award-Winning Fantasy Adventure from the Creators of The Little Prince Will Premiere on Big Screens Nationwide, Featuring: Rob Lowe, Christian Slater, Patton Oswalt, Ed Helms and Jeff Dunham DENVER – June 27, 2017 – As […]

SDCC 2017: LEGO Unveils Spider-Man And Venom Brick Headz

by Alex Beanon June 26, 2017
The 2017 San Diego Comic Con is still a few weeks away but LEGO is not waiting around to announce some of their wares to be found at the annual convention — in particular, the Spider-Man and Venom versions of their popular BrickHeadz building sets. In a tie-in with the new “Spiderman: Homecoming” movie, LEGO […]

Chadwick Boseman Talks About The Avengers Infinity War

by Alex Beanon June 23, 2017
Speaking on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, Chadwick Boseman spills some mysterious beans on who may or may not be in “The Avengers: Infinity War”…

Batman and Harley Quinn

“Batman and Harley Quinn” Get One-Night Theatrical Release on August 14, 2017

by Ed Liuon June 22, 2017
The Dark Knight is Back for a One-Night Cinematic Event with All-New Animated DC Universe Original Movie Batman and Harley Quinn on August 14 Warner Bros. & DC Entertainment team with Fathom Events to Present Nationwide Theatrical Screening, Including a First Look at Harley Quinn Featurette DENVER – June 22, 2017 – Following successful big screen […]
Revolting Rhymes

Magic Light Pictures Scores Cristal for Best TV Production for “Revolting Rhymes” at Annecy

by Ed Liuon June 20, 2017
Magic Light Pictures Celebrates Success at Annecy On Saturday night at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France, Magic Light Pictures saw off stiff competition and were awarded the highest television accolade for their most recent production Revolting Rhymes. The specials, which are adapted from the iconic Roald Dahl fairy tales, won the coveted […]

Batman and Harley Quinn

“Batman and Harley Quinn” to Premiere at San Diego Comic-Con on July 21, 2017

by Ed Liuon June 20, 2017
WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS WORLD PREMIERE OF ANIMATED DC UNIVERSE ORIGINAL MOVIE BATMAN AND HARLEY QUINN JULY 21, 2017 AT COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL BURBANK, CA (JUNE 19, 2017) – Celebrating a decade of DC Universe Original Movie world premieres in San Diego, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will once again give fans their first look […]

Peter Parker Takes His Driver’s Test

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2017
When it comes to being a teenager, even Spider-Man has to take his driver’s test [in an Audi, no less] like everybody else. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” releases on July 7, 2017 – unless Peter Parker has a re-take…

Warner Archive Plans “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” Blu-ray for July 2017

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison June 19, 2017
Through social media posts on Facebook and Twitter this Monday evening, Warner Archive has announced plans to release Warner Bros Animation’s Batman: Mask of the Phantasm on Blu-ray disc for the first time. The release will include the fan favorite film in both the theatrical 16×9 (1.78:1) aspect ratio and an open matte 4×3 (1.37:1) […]
Cars 3

“Cars 3” Takes Pole Position in Debut Weekend with $53.5M in Ticket Sales, Beating “Wonder Woman”

by Ed Liuon June 19, 2017
Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3 came in first place at the box office in its premiere weekend with an estimated $53.5 million in ticket sales, knocking Warner Bros’ Wonder Woman to the number 2 spot after two consecutive weeks as the top grossing film domestically. The opening is one of the smaller ones in Pixar’s history, with […]