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‘Aquaman’ Swims To Box Office Success

Aquaman

Warner Bros.’ Aquaman splashed down at the U.S. box office with $67.4 million from 4,125 theaters, easily winning the pre-Christmas session. Including paid sneaks, the tentpole pic’s early domestic total stands at $72.1 million. Meanwhile, 2018 domestic box office revenue looked to hit a new record on Sunday, surpassing the $11.383 billion amassed in …

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VIZ Media Announces The Home Media Release Of ‘Pokemon: Battle Frontier Complete Collection’

Pokemon BattleFrontier

VIZ Media announces the release of POKÉMON: BATTLE FRONTIER COMPLETE COLLECTION on January 8th. Under license from The Pokémon Company International, the ninth season of the beloved adventure series features 47 episodes and will be released exclusively on DVD with an MSRP of $54.97 U.S. / $63.99 CAN. Episodes contained …

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‘The Purge’ Season One Comes To Home Video

Purge Season One

 Audiences are blown away by USA Network’s new terrifying series, THE PURGE, the thrilling spinoff of the popular film franchise of the same name, from Blumhouse Television and Universal Cable Productions. The series plays off the plot of the well-known Blumhouse movies, where several unrelated people discover what measures they are willing to …

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‘Into The Spiderverse’ Spins Web Over Box Office

Spiderverse

In another win for Sony’s stable of Marvel films,Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse swung to $35.4 million in its domestic debut — the best December opening ever for an animated film — laying the course for a strong run over the year-end holidays. The critically acclaimed film, produced by Philip Lord and Christopher …

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Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies Reveal 14 Movie Masterpieces Returning to Cinemas For 2019 TCM Big Screen Classics Series

Wizard of Oz

Film fans can take a yearlong journey through Hollywood history in 2019 when Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) come together for the fourth annual “TCM Big Screen Classics,” presenting 14 film favorites throughout the year, spanning seven decades. From the Golden Age of Hollywood to groundbreaking movies from the seventies, eighties and nineties, …

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Hulu and Funimation Ink Expanded Partnership to Offer Unprecedented Access to Internationally Popular Anime Content

My Hero Academia Vigilantes

Hulu and Funimation, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television (SPT), announced a multi-year partnership and output deal. The monumental deal marks Hulu’s largest agreement for anime programming to date and will significantly expand its anime collection with new subtitled and dubbed titles from Funimation, the leading anime distributor, each year. …

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