Cold and heartless Viking fare is a tough enough sale without the added burden of telling a story through the eyes of a wimpy teenager. On the surface Dreamworks' How to Train Your Dragon looks like an exercise in turning… Read More
Disney and Sony have joined forces to co-market Blu-ray 3D hardware and software beginning this fall. For an undisclosed limited time, select bundles of Sony Bravia 3D televisions will come with the exclusive release of Tim Burton’s… Read More
In an interview with UK’s The Independent, Ridley Scott opened up a little bit about what he hopes to accomplish with his upcoming Alien prequel films – both thematically and with audiences.
“The film will be really tough,… Read More
Panasonic consumer marketing VP Victor Carlson confirmed to Twice earlier today that the Blu-ray 3D debut of James Cameron’s Avatar will initially be exclusive with the purchase of a Panasonic Viera 3D plasma HDTV.
Rumors of Panasonic… Read More
This latest round of the Weekend Box Office Prophet Game marks one year since it first debuted late last summer. Since then I’ve seen the number of players on average tick up to over 50 per week. To you all I say thanks for playing and here’s… Read More
The Expendables blasted through five new competitors at the weekend box office and came in just under $17 minutes after the final dollars were tallied. The closest threat, Vampires Suck, stunk up reviews but still managed to best Julia Roberts… Read More
The announcement detailing Dreamworks Animation’s plans to bring How to Train Your Dragon to Blu-ray and DVD on October 15 omitted any semblance of a Blu-ray 3D release despite the film being a big 3D draw in cinemas earlier this year.… Read More
About a month ago a blurry low resolution version of the second trailer for Paul W.S. Anderson’s Resident Evil: Afterlife came online briefly until Sony had it yanked.
Now the trailer has returned in a much clearer version to showcase… Read More
Reviewing the Blu-ray Disc version of James Cameron's Avatar is akin to informing a calculus professor that four is divisible by two. Those of you who did not see it once or more theatrically are the exception rather than the… Read More
Back in September 2008, Variety reported that ex-Marvel CEO Avi Arad had optioned the rights to produce a film based on the BioWare and Electronic Arts science fiction game Mass Effect. Since then word has been mum on the project. No studio,… Read More