Thanks a lot you jagoff, whiny chord cutters. This is the future of television, everything ala carte and being nickel and dimed to death. With that rant out of the way I will same Boomerrang is fairly priced. At $39.99 you can have WB’s a large library of Warner Brother’s classic cartoons. However as someone who purchased The Flintstones and The Looney Tunes Sets when they were $50 for each collection/season. This is a solid deal. The thing WB hasn’t made clear is if the animated shorts are the crappy cut versions, or the full orginals. The service is still new and missing key things like the Superfriends. There’s a 30 day free trial available.
‘What has happened is a colossal military disaster.’
What happened was the allied landing at Dunkirk that went wrong from the beginning. Lacking air support and with the enemy advancing upon them – and facing strafing from enemy aircraft, 400,000 men lay on the beach at Dunkirk facing inevitable death.
Then civilians used their boats to evacuate the Belgian, British, Canadian and French troops.
I love a bit of innovative marketing and corporate synergy as much as the next person. In celebration of this year’s award season, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood will spotlight Lionsgate’s Oscar nominated film, La La Land, as a limited addition to the tour. From Feb. 18 to March 6, 2017, guests can find themselves in a scene from the film as they step onto the ‘Café Sur Le Lot,’ coffee shop set, which has been carefully reconstructed. I’m actually going to be in LA next month for Wondercon and can’t wait to see this in person.
San Andreas, starring Dwayne Johnson, makes its explosion onto the big screen as it premieres today. To those eager to experience what it would be like “to be in the movie”, they were given a treat prior to today’s premiere through the Cinematransformer Live as it made its round in several cities the past few months. Read more after the jump . . .
This weekend your fearless leader is making the annual sojourn to Vegas. I’m flying a red eye on Frontier Air – it’s going to be fine, it’s going to be fine. If I say it enough I’ll believe it. It’s going to be fine…. Who am I kidding; Frontier Air sucks monkey balls. Only the annual National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) convention CinemaCon can get me on Frontier again. CinemaCon is where Movie Theater Owners get together and celebrate their love of movies (as well as whine) directly to the studios. Considering everyone talks about the death of the industry, there are more and more fancier theaters coming to my area – not soon enough and most are too far away. There will be studio presentations, partaaaays, and some cool interviews.
The bumbling trio Nick Hendricks (Jason Bateman), Dale Arbus (Charlie Day), and Kurt Buckman (Jason Sudeikis) are back! This time, they have become their own bosses in their own company. Unfortunately, the rug is pulled out from under them from investor Bert Hanson (Christopher Waltz). To regain control of their company, they hatch a plan to kidnap Mr. Hanson’s son Rex (Christopher Pine). During their misadventures, they once again deal with former bosses Dr. Harris (Jennifer Anniston) and Dave Harken (Kevin Spacey), and fast talking Dean MF Jones (Jamie Foxx).
Grammy Award winner Christopher Lennertz, music composer for both Horrible Bosses 1 and 2, took time to chat with us about the music for this film.
Holy Complete Batman Box Set Robin! Fans of the 1960’s cult classic Batman your wait is over. The complete Batman 66 is officially a box set DVD/BluRay. It’s jam packed with all the BLAMS, POWS and campy goodness we all loved watching the original series.
Recently I had the honor of speaking with the one and only Batman himself, Adam West, to reminisce about his time on the show and what it meant to be Batman. Full interview and box set details after the jump!
And the posters for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar just keep on coming… Also, they’re genuinely beautiful, while still telling us next to nothing about the actual movie. Check out the other two after the jump.