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Valiant Entertainment Heads to Baltimore Comic-Con 2014

Valiant Entertainment Heads to Baltimore Comic-Con 2014 with Show Exclusives, Giveaways, Signings, Panels, and Much More! BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – August 25, 2014 – Hot off of 16 nominations at this year’s Harvey Awards – including six for the industry’s most nominated series, Quantum and Woody – Valiant Entertainment is proud to join Baltimore Comic-Con 2014 […]

Revolution: The Complete Second and Final Season – Machiavellian Mayhem & Nanotechnology!

While many (including me) were reveling in the bat$#! craziness of Sleepy Hollow and The Blacklist, at least as many (again including me) missed out on the degree over directed insanity on the second season of Revolution, which bled a lot of viewers between seasons. It runs out that Revolution was best appreciated by binge-watching. […]

The Simpsons Marathon on FX Breaks Records!

Who is watching the 12 day Simpsons marathon on FXX network? A hell of a lot of you? Day 1 ratings have broken channel ratings to become the most watched day in its history. When FXX landed the exclusive cable syndication rights to the landmark animated comedy series The Simpsons last November, it was the […]

Gotham–A Four-Part Look Behind The Scenes!

FOX’s Gotham is one of the most anticipated new shows the Fall 2014 season. It’s the story of James Gordon’s rise through the ranks of the Gotham Police Department during the time between the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne and the appearance of Batman. To get the details right and make this darker, fictional […]

Red Band Society Fans Raise $100,000 For Charity To Unlock Online Advance For Premiere!

Fans of FOX’s new drama, Red Band Society, have raised $100,000 for the network’s charity partners – Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Ryan Seacrest Foundation, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Teen Cancer America, and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In the process, they have unlocked online access to the show’s premiere on HULU.com, fox.com and FOX NOW, as […]

BBC America and BBC One Greenlight The Living and the Dead From Creators of Life on Mars!

Set in Somerset, England of 1888, The Living and the Dead takes place on the cusp of changing attitudes and knowledge about how the world works. The good folk of Somerset are stuck between superstition and science – a land of ghosts and poltergeists facing an industrial, science-based future. Alf Nelson is a complex man […]

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For – Would-be Mighty, Mega-Noir!

When Sin City came out, seemingly eons ago, the idea of a film being almost entirely CG was something that hadn’t really been done to such an extent. It was visually groundbreaking, technologically breathtaking, and for fans of film noir, exhilarating. A Dame To Kill for is still visually arresting and mega-noir, but its impact […]

If I Stay – Sometimes It Really Is Life Or Death!

If I Stay is yet another movie based on a Young Adult novel I haven’t read. I’ve heard it’s a more faithful adaptation than most. What it is, is story about a teen cello prodigy who is faced with the biggest decision anyone could ever have to make – whether to live or die. If […]

The Trip To Italy – A Tasty Sequel!

Sometimes a sequel can be just as much fun as the original. The Trip To Italy is a case in point. The premise of The Trip was two guys on a road trip to write a book about sampling the best food in the UK. It was just Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon playing somewhat […]

What If The F Word Was Friend?

What If is the latest movie to tackle the question of whether a man and a woman can just be friends. Its subjects are Wallace (still, a year later, not able to get over a horrific breakup) and Chantry (an animator with a great boyfriend). Titled The F World everywhere except in the U.S. and […]

The One I Love -The Path Less Taken!

The One I Love is an impressive debut for director Charlie McDowell – a romantic drama that takes a most unexpected turn and delights in its own, unique way. Ethan (Mark Duplass) and Sophie (Elizabeth Moss) are a couple on the verge of breaking up but are not giving up without a fight – hence […]

Complete Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Series Comes To Home Video!

Can a young prince be saved from demonic possession by a spear-wielding bodyguard from a distant land? Young Prince Chagum faces death for suspected demonic possession until Balsa, a spear-wielding bodyguard from Kanbal appears. She has taken a vow to save eight worthy souls and that vow has led her to Chagum – and the […]

Foo Fighters Sonic Highways: Trailer (HBO)

The HBO Original Series, Foo Fighters Sonic Highways premieres Friday, October 17 at 11PM, only on HBO.

CBS’ Fall Preview Special To Air September 1st!

Get your first look at CBS’ five new fall series – Madam Secretary, The McCarthys, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion and Stalker (pictured) – on CBS Fall Preview, hosted by the voice of CBS Sports and Thursday Night Football’s play-by-play announcer, Jim Nantz. The half-hour special airs Monday, September 1st (8:30/9:30C) – and will be available […]

TNT Obtains Rights to Lionsgate’s Hunger Games and Divergent Films!

Network right to the Hunger Games and divergent film franchises have gone to TNT. The deal includes The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, Divergent and Insurgent as they beach the basic cable network level. The deal also includes telecast rights to the earlier Hunger Games films and […]

ABC’s “The View” Gets a New Logo

ABC’s reinvention of “The View” includes a new show logo, state-of-the-art set and studio. New season begins live, Monday, September 15th on ABC.

4th Judge to Join Dancing with the Stars

ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” adds Julianne Hough as a fourth judge for the show. Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli will all return as judges. New celebrity cast to be revealed on September 4, exclusively on “Good Morning America”. “Dancing with the Stars” Premieres Live on Monday, September 15 8:00–10:00 p.m., ET on ABC

VIZ Media Releases The Art of Princess Mononoke!

Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke was a revelation to North American audiences when it premiered in 1997 – captivating mainstream audiences who had never heard the word anime. Its theme of nature versus technology was – and remains – topical, and is considered to be a genuine masterpiece. VIZ Media’s Studio Ghibli imprint is releasing a […]

Extended Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods Headed To Home Video!

When the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Extended Edition on Blu-ray Combo Pack comes out on October 7th, it will contain both the theatrical release and an uncut version that is twenty minutes longer, plus over thirty minutes of extra features (Behind the Scenes: Battle of Voice Actors; The Voices of Dragon Ball Z: […]

Emmy®-Winner/Oscar®-Nominee Joins Syfy’s The Expanse!

The Expanse, Syfy and Alcon TV’s new space opera, has added Emmy®-winner/Oscar®-nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo and Magic City alumna Steven Strait in major roles. Aghdashloo will play Chrisjen Avasarala, a politician who has risen through the ranks of Earth’s governing party without ever standing for election; Strait takes on the role of Holden, an officer on […]

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