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Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt Gets U.S. Release Date
Posted May 16, 2013 02:59 PM by Webmaster
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has revealed that it is planning to bring to Blu-ray legendary director Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt (2011), starring Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Elle Fanning, and Joanne Whalley. The preliminary release date set by the studio is July 30h.
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A Monster in Paris 3D: Interview with Director Bibo Bergeron & Exclusive Giveaway
Posted April 12, 2013 12:01 AM by Webmaster
Blu-ray.com and Shout! Factory are offering two members an opportunity to win a copy of producer Luc Besson and director Bibo Bergeron's A Monster in Paris 3D, which features an English-language voice cast that includes French singing sensation Vanessa Paradis, singer/song writer Sean Lennon, Catherine O'Hara, Adam Goldberg, Bob Balaban, Danny Huston and Jay Harrington. The animated French fantasy film streets on April 16th.
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Interview: Wreck-It Ralph Director Rich Moore
Posted February 26, 2013 09:51 AM by Webmaster
Emmy-winning director Rich Moore makes his feature-directing debut with Walt Disney Animation's Wreck-It Ralph, following a successful career in television animation on The Simpsons and Futurama, among other series. Nominated for a Best Animated Feature Academy Award, Wreck-It Ralph arrives on Blu-ray on March 5th.
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Blu-ray.com Reviewers: The Best of 2012
Posted December 10, 2012 10:40 PM by Webmaster
2012 has seen the release of a variety of must-see, must-have Blu-ray releases, from billion-dollar box office blockbusters like The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises to more obscure cinema classics. Once again, the Blu-ray.com reviewers have compiled their personal favorite Blu-ray releases of the year and, once again, those favorites run the gamut.
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Interview: Writer/Director Peter Hedges, The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Posted December 4, 2012 10:38 PM by Webmaster
The scripts filmmaker Peter Hedges pens and the projects he chooses are always personal. Since earning his first feature film screenwriting credit with What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Hedges has written A Map of the World and About a Boy, and both written and directed Pieces of April, Dan in Real Life and, most recently, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, which arrives on Blu-ray this week.
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Behind the Scenes: Little Shop of Horrors
Posted October 14, 2012 03:17 PM by Robert Siegel
In 1960 Roger Corman spent three days filming a very strange movie about a man-eating plant. It then went on to Broadway as a musical, then to a musical film from Warner Brothers. Now available is the newly restored version with the original ending for the first time on Blu-ray. Step inside and learn about the history of the Little Shop of Horrors
The Making of Steven Spielberg's E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
Posted October 7, 2012 11:14 PM by Robert Siegel
Summer 1982. Dozens of summer boxoffice hits, but no film could come close to E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, which went on to become the all-time boxoffice champ. The history of E.T. is a fascinating story, a look into the mind of the child inside Steven Spielberg and in all of us. Here is the history of the concept, making and release of the timeless E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.
The Making of Walt Disney's Cinderella
Posted October 3, 2012 11:40 AM by Robert Siegel
Restored and available on Blu-ray for the first time, Walt Disney's Cinderella became one of his most popular animated titles. Costing more than any previous production, the film remains a favorite for families. Here we provide information and over 50 graphics, many of which you won't find on any of the video releases. Join us for a special look at the production and promotion of Cinderella.
The History of the Universal Monster Series Part 1: Frankenstein
Posted September 30, 2012 03:25 PM by Robert Siegel
It's alive! For it's 100th Anniversary, Universal opened its vaults and scanned original negatives for its most famous horror movies, of which they were famous for releasing in the 1930's. In this Silver Screen column, we dive into the story of its author, the making of the movie and provide over 50 rare graphics. Join us in the making of the one and only, Frankenstein.
The Bond Set: The Making of Dr.No, The First James Bond Film
Posted September 23, 2012 03:47 PM by Robert Siegel
Bond fans rejoice! MGM/UA Home Video along with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment presents the complete set of remastered James Bond films. In this first of several "Bond" Silver Screen columns, we take a look at the very first James Bond film, Dr. No, with rare photographs and behind the scenes stories about how it all began!
Behind the Scenes of Raiders of the Lost Ark
Posted September 17, 2012 11:07 PM by Robert Siegel
One of the most eagerly awaited series to come to Blu-ray has finally been released by Paramount as a box set with all 4 Indiana Jones films, including a complete restoration of the original. Take a look behind the scenes of the first film in the first of a 2-part Silver Screen Indiana Jones edition.
A Silver Screen Special Edition: Ladies and Gentlemen: This is Cinerama
Posted September 12, 2012 01:35 PM by Robert Siegel
One of the biggest breakthroughs in motion pictures was the process named Cinerama. Three projectors were used to create an image that would take up the entire field of vision from left to right, putting the audience in the picture. The first Cinerama film releases on Blu-ray from Flicker Alley. This is a complete history of This is Cinerama with over 80 rare graphics, including exclusive information on the Blu-ray transfer!
The Making of James Cameron's TITANIC
Posted September 9, 2012 10:30 AM by Robert Siegel
April 14, 1912 at 11:40PM The Ocean-liner Titanic sinks to the bottom of the ocean killing hundreds. After several years of research, James Cameron filmed the infamous event which released in 1997 and became the highest grossing picture of all time until his own Avatar took over the top position. This is the making of the epic, Titanic with the full story of its production.
The Making of Tim Burton's Ed Wood
Posted August 31, 2012 03:47 AM by Robert Siegel
Off the wall, witty and one of Tim Burton's most unique films, Ed Wood makes its Blu-ray debut and is up for preorder. The fascinating biography of this unique director and the Touchstone movie are the subject of this Silver Screen column with a history of the real Ed Wood and the story of the making of Tim Burton's film!
The Making of Walt Disney's The Aristocats
Posted August 26, 2012 04:17 PM by Robert Siegel
On Christmas eve 1970, Disney released their 20th animated production, The Aristocats. The film would go on to become one of their treasured classics and here we take a look behind the scenes with interviews, rare graphics and on-set photos plus some rare international poster art.
The Making of Walt Disney's Pocahontas
Posted August 20, 2012 12:59 PM by Robert Siegel
Disney goes back into the vault to release Pocahontas, their first animated film based on a real-life character and real events in history. Beautifully remastered for Blu-ray the disc set also includes the sequel. Take a journey back in time and find out about the real Pocahontas and take a look behind-the-scenes of the Disney classic.
Forever Marilyn Part 2: There's No Business like Show Business in Cinemascope!
Posted August 16, 2012 06:30 PM by Robert Siegel
There aren't many famous songwriters who have stood the test of time like Irving Berlin. 20th Century Fox used his music, Cinemascope, and a cavalcade of stars, including Marilyn Monroe, to create a special Christmas 1954 release: There's No Business Like Show Business. The 2nd installment of our "Forever Marilyn" series features this colorful classic, remastered for Blu-ray, including rare exhibitor materials and behind the scenes stories.
A "Silver Screen" Special Edition: The Making of Steven Spielberg's JAWS
Posted August 8, 2012 04:00 AM by Robert Siegel
In 1975, Universal released a movie that would change the film industry forever. Not only did Jaws out-gross every film ever made, it paved the way for the "summer blockbuster." With over 100 rare graphics, behind the scenes stories, and a guest co-author (an authority on the film), welcome to a very special edition of The Silver Screen.
Forever Marilyn Part 1: The Second Fox CinemaScope Film: How to Marry a Millionaire
Posted July 31, 2012 03:45 AM by Robert Siegel
Forever Marilyn is here!, The 2nd CinemaScope film released, a favorite of fans and Marilyn herself-How to Marry a Millionaire.. We've researched the making of this film from interviews, studio files and libraries. For any Cinemascope fan, the graphics that await you (exhaustively restored for this column) will be sure transport you to the days of the widescreen process. Our biggest column yet!
From the Fox Catalog: Zorba the Greek and The Wayward Bus
Posted July 22, 2012 11:13 PM by Robert Siegel
Two Fox films available for the first time on Blu-ray are the subject of the Silver Screen. Anthony Quinn will always be remembered for his role in Zorba the Greek and two Fox starlights, Jayne Mansifield and Joan Collins teamed up to star in the film based on John Steinbeck's book, The Wayward Bus.
60th Anniversary: MGM's Singin' in the Rain
Posted July 15, 2012 10:01 PM by Robert Siegel
The Arthur Freed unit at MGM released some of the highest quality musicals from any studio. In celebration of its 60th Anniversary, Warner Home Video releases a beautifully restored edition. Included here are cast and production stories and extremely rare graphics, many not used on any of the video releases. So put on your raincoat and join us for the making of "Singin' in the Rain."
Behind the TODD-AO film: Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines
Posted July 9, 2012 02:06 PM by Robert Siegel
Filmed in TODD-AO and released in 1965, Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines makes its Blu-ray debut in a limited edition release. Join us for a behind the scenes look at this very funny, but historically accurate classic about flying in the early 1900's with rare graphics, posters and behind the scenes information including what source material was used for this edition.
The History of Disney's Treasure Planet
Posted July 2, 2012 04:20 PM by Robert Siegel
The famous novel "Treasure Island" is turned into an animated adventure in space by Disney's team of top animation artists. Four years in the making, it is now available on Blu-ray for the first time. Join us for a comprehensive look at the history and making of "Treasure Planet."
Madonna and the Making of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita
Posted June 19, 2012 02:00 PM by Robert Siegel
An unknown poor Argentinan, Eva Duarte, climbed from rags to riches and to immense popularity in Argentina in the late 1940's. Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice produced a concept album that became a stage smash. Alan Parker produced the film of Evita and it is now remastered on Blu-ray for its 15th anniversary. Join us for the complete story of Eva Peron and the story behind the film Evita.
The Making of Charlie Chaplin's The Gold Rush
Posted June 14, 2012 04:30 PM by Robert Siegel
In 1925, Charlie Chaplin released what is considered one of his best films that has remained an all-time favorite among fans, "The Gold Rush." It was reissued in 1942 with Chaplin doing his own editing, adding a new music score. Available for the first time on Blu-ray, here is a look at the life of Charlie Chaplin and the making of "The Gold Rush."
The Beatles and the Making of Yellow Submarine
Posted June 5, 2012 11:59 PM by Robert Siegel
A small group from Liverpool went on to become what is still known as music's most popular rock group. In 1968, an animated film was produced with the title coming from one of their #1 hits. It would be different from any animated film before it. Here we present a history of the Beatles and the film "Yellow Submarine," now available, remastered, on Blu-ray.
The Love story of Napoleon in Cinemascope: The Making of Desiree
Posted April 15, 2012 10:40 PM by Robert Siegel
The love of historical figure Napoleon is the subject matter for the lavish 20th Century Fox Cinemascope production, "Desiree" now released as a limited edition by Twilight Time. This was to be Marlon Brando's first Cinemascope film. Take a look behind the scenes, including some rare shots of the spectacular costuming used and the story of the making of this Fox classic.
Hell Upside Down: The Making of The Poseidon Adventure
Posted April 10, 2012 10:58 PM by Robert Siegel
Survivors fight for their lives in a world turned upside down! In our most extensive Silver Screen column yet, we take you behind the scenes of The Poseidon Adventure with exceptionally rare graphics and stories ranging from the Queen Mary to "rogue waves" to cast and crew experiences all accompanied by what may well be the largest collection of Poseidon Adventure graphics on the internet. Welcome aboard!
Exclusive Giveaway and Filmmaker Interviews: War Horse
Posted April 4, 2012 02:51 PM by Webmaster
Blu-ray.com and Walt Disney Home Entertainment are offering two Blu-ray.com members the opportunity to win a copy of War Horse, which arrives on Blu-ray this week. As an added bonus, we're pleased to present two roundtable interviews, one with director Steven Spielberg and the other with producer Kathleen Kennedy.
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Two Titanic Classics: A Night to Remember and Titanic, Behind the Scenes
Posted April 3, 2012 11:59 PM by Robert Siegel
1912, long remembered when the ship Titanic hit an Iceberg. Within a short time it sank to the bottom of the ocean, killing over a thousand people. Two Titanic films from the 1950's make it to Blu-ray. Rank Organization's A Night to Remember and Fox's Titanic. Including facts, behind the scenes stories, photos and posters, join us in remembering the 100th anniversary of that terrible day.
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