After earning rave reviews and grossing $1 billion at the box office, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker is coming home.
Designing the look of Auggie Pullman's facial abnormality would prove to be a big challenge for the people behind "Wonder," a film about a boy, 10, with a rare genetic disorder.
Warner Bros. has announced the release date of IT on Blu-ray, and you'll float too with 11 new deleted scenes, some of which may feature unseen Pennywise.
Details of the bonus material for August home entertainment release of 'Alien: Covenant,' including director Ridley Scott's commentary, retailer exclusives
As streaming services focused on narrow slices of content like Korean drama and Japanese anime continue to proliferate and find a critical mass of users, Hollywood can’t help but notice the appeal of devoted niche communities. Anime company Funimation distributed Japanese film “Your Name” in the U.S. last month, where it reeled in a respectable $4.7 million (the film made $354 million worldwide). “We were actually the number four movie on a per-screen average,” Funimation Chief Operating Officer Mike DuBoise told TheWrap, mentioning the film’s strong opening.
"Get Out" director told Variety last month about his original downer ending, which he ultimately discarded — but which we may now get to see
An extended version of ‘Suicide Squad’ is coming to Blu-ray later this year, Warner Bros. has announced. ‘Suicide Squad Extended Cut’ is coming to Digital HD on 28 November, with a Blu-ray release on 5 December, just in time for Christmas. Dr. Harleen Quinzel makes an appearance in the trailer – Credit: Warner Bros.
Star Trek Beyond isn’t considered a comedy — yet thanks to all the witticisms in a script co-written by Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), the latest sequel decidedly funnier than your average endeavor on the Enterprise.
It’s no secret that ‘Batman V Superman’ is getting a new, much-longer, extended edition when it’s released on DVD and Blu-ray. The first trailer for the ‘Batman V Superman’ extended edition – now known as the ‘Ultimate Edition’ – has debuted over at Collider… and it contains almost entirely new footage.
Fans of ‘Star Wars’ are branding the DVD release of 'The Force Awakens’ a 'rip-off’, after discovering that it features no extras. All the extras appear to be on the Blu-ray version of the movie, which was released on Monday, but not the DVD format. Taking to the Amazon website to complain, one buyer said: “Its star wars, and all you get is the movie, thats it, no extras, no making of, no deleted scenes, nothing.
DVD-quality copy appeared online late Tuesday, less than two weeks ahead of official release, and within 12 hours had been downloaded by about 250,000 people, according to piracy-news site TorrentFreak
Clips tease extras awaiting fans on next month's Blu-ray/DVD releases of blockbuster hit that's revived the series
‘Star Wars’ fans will be able to relive the magic of ‘Episode VII’ in April when ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is finally released on DVD and Blu-ray. Disney has revealed that ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ will be available as a HD download on 11 April and on DVD and Blu-ray on 18 April, and the home entertainment release will include deleted scenes, a feature-length “making of” documentary, and tons of behind-the-scenes content. One deleted scene appears to show Kylo Ren boarding the Millennium Falcon with a squad of Snowtroopers, presumably cut from the Starkiller Base sequence.
‘Star Wars’ fans now have something else to look forward to in the run up to ‘The Force Awakens’… with the entire ‘Star Wars’ saga being re-released later this year. “Each film comes with beautiful new character packaging that include Darth Maul for The Phantom Menace, Yoda for Attack of the Clones, General Grievous for Revenge of the Sith, Darth Vader for A New Hope, an Imperial stormtrooper for The Empire Strikes Back, and Emperor Palpatine for Return of the Jedi.