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    MGM Pacts with Twentieth Century Fox for Homevideo

    It feels like things are on the up-and-up at MGM, as the studio renews its home entertainment deal with Fox. Wednesday, MGM announced its five-year co-financing deal with Sony, which plans to theatrically release worldwide and help fund the next two James Bond films. Peter Jackson has finally starte...

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    FilmBuff To Release The Wild Hunt & Zonad on VOD Before DVD

    FilmBuff is releasing two films on VOD platforms before their DVD release. Both Alexandre Franchi’s award-winning thriller The Wild Hunt (which premiered at Toronto in 2009) will be available April 19 on Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon, AT&T, iTunes, Xbox, Playstation, Vudu (and more), whereas the DVD...

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    TCM Classic Film Festival Opens April 28 with An American in Paris, Celebrates Music and Movies

    After a rousing launch last year in Los Angeles, the TCM Classic Film Festival will return to Hollywood this year, running Thursday, April 28th through Sunday, May 1st. TCM is promising an even bigger and better celebration of the history of Hollywood this time around. Passes run from $299 to a whop...

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    DC Comics and Warner Bros. Hit WonderCon with Green Lantern Stars, Video, Vid-games on April 1

    Warner Bros., having promoed Green Lantern at Comic-Con in July is moving on to WonderCon in April. The Martin Campbell movie starring Ryan Reynolds as the DC superhero opens wide June 17 in both 2-D and 3-D. The studio is taking Reynolds and co-stars Blake Lively and Peter Sarsgaard to the comics c...

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    Six Reasons Why Hollywood Box Office is Dipping, from Avatar vs. Tron to Snow vs. Netflix

    After the MPAA released its latest figures Wednesday, in a conference call acting chief Bob Pisano and National Association of Theater Owners chief John Fithian tried to make the best of a bad situation. As usual, the MPAA blamed piracy on declining admissions (down 5% to 1.3 billion in 2010), while...

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    Lionsgate, Studiocanal, Miramax Sign Home Video Deal

    The new Miramax business plan is about exploiting the 550-title library acquired from Disney--in all media: DVD, Blu-ray, EST and online and global cable VOD.

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    The Twilight Saga Soundtracks, Volume 1: Music Videos and Performances

    Music Videos and Performances From The Twilight Saga Soundtracks: Volume 1, a compilation of 22 hit songs from each of the three films, is now available on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital download via iTunes. This visual soundtrack includes Paramore (video below), Metric, Muse, Death Cab for Cutie and more...

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    Oscar Talk: True Grit vs. Social Network, Party Circuit, Vulnerable Contenders, Spoilers, 2011 Picks

    During this week's Oscar Talk (on the jump), Kris Tapley and I debate the Hailee Steinfeld category issue for True Grit. He thinks she's best actress material, while I argue that she's a rookie who belongs in supporting. At Thursday night's The Social Network DVD party at Spago, producer Scott Rudin was all smiles (True Grit is also vying for best picture). He opted to compete in the supporting category, he said, because it would seem "brazen" to put a newcomer up for best actress. Besides, he argued, Mattie Ross is the instigator of the plot, not the protagonist. The movie is about Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges); he is the character that cha...

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    Digital Viewing Transition: The Rise of Netflix

    In their excellent year-ahead discussion on KCRW's The Business, host Kim Masters and guests John Horn (the LAT) and Michael Schneider (Variety) agreed that 2011 marks a watershed year in the transition from traditional to digital viewing choices. They think the shift will come faster for movies tha...

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    Oscar Watch: Fincher Promotes Social Network DVD/Blu-Ray

    A tried-and-true tool for Oscar-promoting a film that opened earlier in the year is the DVD release. Last month, Warners threw a DVD fete for Chris Nolan's July movie Inception. And director David Fincher is out and about supporting September opener The Social Network DVD/Blu-Ray, including intervie...

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