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IDW Games, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC, announced that Batman: The Animated Series Adventures – Shadow of the Bat will launch on Kickstarter on February 18, 2020.
TCM and Fathom Events have partnered up to show fourteen classic movies on the big screen in 2020.
IDW Publishing will be bringing the beloved Deep Space Nine crew back to comics with a four-part comic book miniseries called “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Too Long a Sacrifice”.
Netflix announced that beginning on February 1st, twenty-one feature length animated films from Studio Ghibli will be available on the streaming platform for many international customers.
HBO Max Orders New Three-Part Animated Mini-Series “Aquaman: King of Atlantis” from Executive Producer James Wan
HBO Max announced an order for a three-part animated mini-series “Aquaman: King of Atlantis” that will be executive produced by James Wan.
Leonard Maltin to Receive 3rd Annual Robert Osborne Award for His Significant Contribution to Film History and Preservation
Turner Classic Movies announced the 3rd annual Robert Osborne Award will be presented to one of the world’s most respected film critics and historians: Leonard Maltin.
WarnerMedia Expands Relationship with Steven Soderbergh With 3-Year Overall Deal for HBO Max and HBO
Legendary filmmaker Steven Soderbergh has signed a three-year deal to develop content for both HBO Max and HBO, which shall be exclusive in all forms of television and a first-look for features.
The announcement of the nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards will be take place in a two-part live presentation on Monday, January 13th and will cover all twenty-four categories.
Five reunion era albums from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be released in a vinyl format on February 21st.
Warner Bros. announced that it will open the first official Harry Potter flagship store in the heart of New York City next to the iconic Flatiron building at 935 Broadway.
Satoshi Kon’s ‘Tokyo Godfathers’ Receives 4K Restoration, Theatrical Re-Release, and Stage Play Adaptation
GKIDS and Fathom Events announced Satoshi Kon’s holiday themed animated film “Tokyo Godfathers” will return to movie theaters with a new 4K restoration in March, 2020.
Turner Classic Movies will kick off the 11th annual TCM Classic Film Festival on Thursday, April 16th with a 35th anniversary screening of ‘Back to the Future’.
The cult comedy film ‘Life of Brian’ will be released for a one night screening as a celebration of its 40th anniversary.
The Academy has reversed a decision that originally moved four Oscar categories to be announced during a commercial break.
The winners of four categories will be announced during the televised commercial breaks of the 2019 Academy Awards.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, and Paramount Studios have obtained a new distribution partner, Hulu, to assist them with the decade long “in limbo” adaptation of Erik Larson’s bestseller non-fiction book.
Amazon has dropped around $5 million for the global distribution rights of Shia LaBeouf’s movie ‘Honey Boy’.
Funimation Entertainment founder, president, and general manager Gen Fukunaga has stepped down from his current role at the company.
James Gunn and Matt Reeves signed by Warner Bros. for new DCEU movies; Ben Affleck is no longer Batman
James Gunn and Matt Reeves both sign with Warner Bros. for the next DC Comics related movies.
Jordan Peele is going to introduce a new generation of viewers to the classic television anthology program The Twilight Zone.
In a recent interview, Patrick Stewart describes the new Captain Picard program to feel more like an extended movie that an episodic television program.
A body double was used for Black Swan (2010), but only appears for a fraction of the movie’s final run time.
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