All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Warner Brothers’

Doris Day: Shout-Outs For Her 90th Birthday

“Que sera, sera, whatever will be, will be. The future’s not ours to see, que sera sera.” I wonder what Doris Day was pondering when she sang her signature song – Que Sera, Sera – for the first time when it was released back in 1956? I bet she never dreamed where life would take her during the past nine …

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Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck’s ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Delayed, Now What’s the Competition?

It appears that actors Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck are going to have to wait a little longer to team up and save the world. On Friday, Jan. 17, Warner Bros. issued a press release announcing that the upcoming Batman Vs. Superman film will be released May 9, 2016. The postponement pushes the film back nine months later than its previous July 17, 2015 …

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Gilligan’s Island ‘Sets Sail’ for the Big Screen

Maybe the S.S. Minnow isn’t lost! After more than 30 years in the CBS vault, the hit TV show Gilligan’s Island is no longer ‘shipwrecked’, as its about to ‘set sail’ yet again – as a movie! The quirky 1960’s television show about seven castaways stranded on a tropical island is headed to the big screen. The film version of the …

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Trailer Takes Us Back To Middle Earth

Say what you will about Peter Jackson’s decision to take a 310-page book and turn it into a three-part, almost nine-hour excursion that’s being released over the course of three holiday movie seasons, but the fact remains, his gift for visual spectacle remains strong. That much is certain after watching the two-plus minute trailer for the upcoming second installment, The …

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Wonder Woman Fan Film Succeeds Where DC, Warner Brothers Fail

Whenever the subject of a Wonder Woman movie or TV show is discussed with those behind bringing DC’s heroes to the live-action screen, words like “tricky” and “getting her right” are often used, and meanwhile, fans are left, well, wondering where the hell their Wonder Woman live action content is. Thankfully, some fan films have come along to fill the …

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“First Impressions” Fan Film Proves Making A Quality Wonder Woman Is Possible

While we are indeed in what appears to be the golden age of converting well-loved comic books into movies and television shows, there’s one iconic character who has happened to miss out on the fun. Yes, there have been rumblings about the CW making a Wonder Woman show for next fall, the fact is, it shouldn’t be this hard. The …

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New Dark Knight Rises TV Spots Sport New Footage

We’re still a little under two months away from the third and final installment in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series, and the marketing push is kicking in a little stronger now. This week has already seen the release of the final one sheet movie poster, along with new character posters to boot. And now, in lieu of anymore full-length trailers, …

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Warner Brothers Still Struggles With That Whole Ownership Concept

Warner Brothers archaic, “we don’t like the idea of distributing our content in a non-physical format” has been well documented at WebProNews and beyond. Basically, Warner Brothers does not want your renting their home video content, they’d prefer you buy it on DVD. Furthermore, after you buy one of their DVDs, that’s it. They have never supported the concept of …

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The Bodyguard Stream Pulled From Netflix Instant

While there may not be a law against capitalizing on the death of famous entertainers, it certainly feels like an unethical approach, especially when it comes from a company that clearly cares more about milking money out of consumers than it does making 20 year old content available to them. That’s right. As detailed in a Google+ post by Dan …

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Red Box To Defy Warner Brothers Rental Delay

In what could be one of the more misguided business decisions since home entertainment became a much more viable thing, thanks in large part to consumers being allowed to rent movies. Specifically, new releases for the home entertainment market. Recently, thanks in large part to declining purchases of the tangible content — DVD purchases — Warner Brothers announced they would …

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Warner Bros Imposes Ridiculous 28 Day Waiting Period To Add New Releases To Your Netflix Queue

In an effort to boost ailing DVD sales, Warner Bros has made another out of touch decision regarding their arrangement with Netflix. According to the LA Times, beginning February 1st, Netflix users will not be able to immediately add new Warner Bros releases to their DVD queue. Currently, as soon as a new film jumps into Netflix’s database, users can …

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Warner Brothers Doubles Netflix DVD Window

When it rains it pours for Netflix, apparently. Yesterday we brought you news that HBO would stop selling bulk DVDs of its programming to Netflix at a discount. Now, apparently, Warner Brothers has reached a new agreement with Netflix, Redbox, and Blockbuster that doubles the amount of time the two companies have to wait before they can buy Warner Brothers’s …

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