Harry Potter Extended Editions Coming to DVD/Blu-Ray

21 09 2009

As we reported last month, Warner Home Video is planning to release “Ultimate Edition” extended versions of their Harry Potter series on DVD and Blu-ray. The official announcement has finally been made with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets to be available December 8th. Watch Warner Bros. trailer for the packages and full release details after the break. Read the rest of this entry »

Warner Bros. Restructures DC Comics

9 09 2009


It seems like it’s been a comic-centric week here at Geek on Film, but fresh off a record breaking summer at the box office largely fueled by comic properties, studio heads are making them a top priority.

Deadline.com is reporting that Warner Bros Pictures Group president Jeff Robinov fresh off having his contract re-upped, will be taking direct control of D.C. comics along with Diane Nelson, who runs the management of the Harry Potter film franchise. Read the rest of this entry »

Harry Potter Extended Editions On The Way

17 08 2009

Get ready for even more Harry Potter on your DVD. Despite it’s widespread popularity, the Harry Potter franchise like any film adaptation, has been criticized for its choices of which scenes it takes out. Warner Bros. is looking to remedy some of those concerns by releasing extended editions cuts of every film in the Potter Franchise. Read the rest of this entry »

Weekend Winners

10 08 2009

People don’t listen. Despite my begging and pleading, the worst film that premiered last Friday swept the box office and left me crying into my pillow. See this weekend’s top five after the jump:

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Weekend Winners

3 08 2009

The big question this week was how people would react to Funny People. The answer? It’s the number one film from this past weekend. See the rest of the top five after the jump.

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Weekend Winners

27 07 2009

While the new Harry Potter film was expected by all to remain in the top spot, estimating a $35 million weekend, it looks as though analysts underestimated the power of the talking guinea pig. This weekend’s top five:

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