Posts Tagged ‘Warner Bros’

PR: “Beware the Batman” Season 1 Part 1 Available February 18, 2014 on DVD and Blu-ray

by Ed Liuon February 17, 2014
BEWARE THE BATMAN SEASON 1 PART 1 AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 18, 2014 ON DVD FROM WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT, AND ON BLU-RAY™ FROM WARNER ARCHIVE COLLECTION BURBANK, CA (February 14, 2014) – The caped crusader continues to conquer Gotham City’s villains with the Blu-ray™ and DVD release of Beware The Batman: Shadows of Gotham, Season 1 […]


Everything is Awesome for “The LEGO Movie” with $69.11M Box Office in Debut Weekend

by Ed Liuon February 10, 2014
Warner Bros. The LEGO Movie walled out all its competition at the box office in its debut weekend, with $69.11 million (estimated) in ticket sales. Its nearest competitor, Sony’s The Monuments Men starring George Clooney, came in a distant second in its debut weekend with $22.7 million (estimated) in sales. The opening is one of […]


Review: “Justice League: War” – War is Hell

by Ed Liuon February 5, 2014
Considering that it’s based on a comic book that I dislike from first principles, I enjoyed Justice League: War more than I thought I would. However, while the movie definitely betters the comic in multiple ways, some of the changes introduce flaws of their own and the movie ultimately fails to achieve escape velocity from […]


PR: “Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection” Vol. 8 Available May 13, 2014

by Ed Liuon January 31, 2014
IT’S CLASSIC CARTOON MADNESS WITH BUGS BUNNY AND HIS PALS IN WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT’S LOONEY TUNES SPOTLIGHT COLLECTION VOLUME 8 AVAILABLE MAY 13, 2014 Two-Disc Collection Features 30 Theatrical Shorts Totaling Over Three Hours of Animated Content BURBANK, CA (January 28, 2014) – That wascally wabbit and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang […]
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Forbes Magazine on “The LEGO Movie” Reviving Theatrical Warner Bros. Animation

by Ed Liuon January 29, 2014
Forbes contributor Scott Mendelson has taken a look at The LEGO Movie, noting how the positive buzz on the eve of its release across demographic quadrants could be a harbinger for a surprise hit and a revival of fortunes for Warner Bros’ theatrical animation division. Among other factors, the movie is getting strong buzz across […]