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Question by David: Is the Wizard of Oz HD re-release being shown on other dates?
The Wizard of Oz in Hi-Def was released in movie theaters for an apparent one-day only issue on Wednesday September 23rd. One day only? Insane, because tickets were sold out days before the event. Does anyone know if the event will continue to other dates and if so, what are the details so more of us can enjoy it? Thanks!
Answer by Old School
I saw it lastnight. It was great. I had no problem getting tickets at all three days before. Yes it was sold out at the showing. Sorry can’t help you with your question. They should show it for more nights people want to see it.
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Question by MMSCBF: Why are (HD) DVD and Blu-Ray movies always being released on Tuesdays and not on any other day?
I just always wondered why movies in (HD) DVD and Blu-Rays discs are always released on Tuesdays and not on any other day. Why is that? How come don’t they release the movies on Mondays or Fridays or on any other day?
Answer by Kim C
It’s not just those. My mother has owned a movie store for 14 years. The release date for almost all movies on DVD are Tuesdays. Back in the VHS days, they were also released on Tuesdays.
We’d get the shipments of movies in on the Friday before, but we’d have to wait to put them on the shelf on the upcoming Tuesday.
Also, apparently from what I’ve read, they’re released on Tuesdays because rental figures and charts are compiled on Mondays. If they release them on Tuesdays, it gives them a week before the next chart is put together so they can see how well it’s done.
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The beaming face of Judd Hirsch is doomed to remain pitifully two dimensional. ID43D, the string of digits 20th Century Fox had planned as a way to bring Roland Emmerich’s White House Explosion to the third dimension, has officially been canceled. Those yearning for the close-enough-to-touch nearness of Jeff Goldblum should seek comfort in Jurassic Park 3D, or in the knowledge that Jeff Goldblum is forever with you, always.
Always eager to discuss Bored to Death–anything to avoid acknowledging CSI or returning home to Mary Steenburgen–Ted Danson took some time at the 5th annual GQ Gentleman’s Ball to give an update on what’s happening with that movie he mentioned back in June.
Though HBO still hasn’t confirmed the development of a Bored to Death feature, Danson tells the Wall Street Journal (via) that a “deal is about to be signed,” and author and series creator Jonathan Ames “is writing it as we speak.” And what would a special 90-minute episode of Bored to Death episode entail? Well, how about HIJINKS?
“I think Jason becomes a policeman, which means, for him, a traffic cop,” Danson said. “He’ll have a traffic-cop go-kart kind of thing. And I think Ray and I move in together, both of us without relationships. And then: hijinks. All hell breaks loose. That’s about as much as I know.”
Once again stressing his enthusiasm for the project, Danson reportedly said he’s rooting for it to happen, saying, “Lord, yes, I’m onboard.” The actor, meanwhile, seemed to have little to update on the subject of Becker: The Movie.
For the full version go to: cutt.us Release Date: September 21, 2012 (limited) Studio: Summit Entertainment Director: Stephen Chbosky Screenwriter: Stephen Chbosky Starring: Emma Watson, Logan Ler¬man, Ezra Miller, Mae Whitman, Nina Dobrev, Johnny Simmons, Dylan McDermott Genre: Drama Plot Summary: A funny and touching coming-of-age story based on the beloved best-selling novel by Stephen Chbosky, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a modern classic that captures the dizzying highs and crushing lows of growing up. Starring Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a moving tale of love, loss, fear and hope-and the unforgettable friends that help us through life.
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In a new interview with Details to promote his upcoming film Argo that actually looks awesome, Ben Affleck starts talking about the craziness of the Good Will Hunting days and inadvertently shares an anecdote about being alone in a car with Blake Lively while filming The Town which is right around the time she started Read More …
Our stateliest awards bait is almost here: Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis as the President, Sally Field as Mary Todd Lincoln, and Tommy Lee Jones as Tommy Lee Jones in Grandma’s wig. In this full trailer for the film, first everyone yells at Lincoln, then Lincoln gets sick of it and starts yelling and finger-pointing back, then Tommy Lee Jones shows up and is like, “Hey, it’s me. Tommy Lee Jones. Does this hair play?” But paired with a sweeping score, it all feels expectedly epic, harrowing, and triumphant. This thing is going to win so many small man statuettes.
When the makers of The Expendables 2 decided to push their film into an R rating, they defied the ultra-conservative will of Chuck Norris and deliberately broke a promise they made to him, and now they will face his wrath. Chuck Norris’s wrath being to use the option in his contract to not return for a sequel.
At the red carpet premiere of The Expendables, when shout-asked by AccessHollywood (via) if he was “ready for number three,” Norris revealed that he would not be coming back to the franchise, saying, “Nope, just number two… This is it for me,” before adding some rather mundane Chuck Norris Facts involving him having fun on set with friends old and new alike.
Perhaps anticipating the departure, Expendables producer Avi Lerner has already begun work filling the Norris-sized hole with the likes of Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Nicolas Cage, and Wesley Snipes, so don’t worry: there will still probably be ironically-beloved and/or 70-and-up guys in this.
If you’re wondering why Rupert Sanders would publicly humiliate his wife and kids for a chance at Kristen Stewart‘s emo-hole, it turns out his dad’s a pretty enabling guy who will gladly defend his son being a dick even in the face of overwhelming evidence. People reports: “From what I gather nothing really happened and Read More …