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Miramax Home Entertainment and Buena Vista Home Entertainment have teamed up to release Paul McCartney: The Music and Animation Collection on DVD. The disc includes three animated classic children’s stories produced by Sir Paul McCartney, who also provides original music. In addition to the animated tales Tropic Island Hum, Tuesday [...]
Warner Home Video lets fans complete their Matrix collections with today’s North American release of The Matrix Revolutions on DVD and VHS. The CG-laden trilogy ender follows the white rabbit even deeper into the rabbit hole with a two-disc DVD set filled to the brim with extra features. Fans of [...]
In a recent interview with Empire magazine, auteur filmmaker Quentin Tarantino revealed plans for an animated prequel to his two-part revenge saga Kill Bill. If it gets made, it will reportedly focus on Bill and his assassin training at the hands of Estebian Vihaio, Hattori Hanzo and Pai Mei. The [...]
Following the success of manga releases based on Finding Nemo and Kim Possible, TOKYOPOP Inc. and Disney Publishing Worldwide are teaming up take more Disney properties to the comic book format. Lilo & Stitch is set to debut in stores this month, with versions of That’s So Raven, Princess Diaries [...]
Having taken a $200 million bite at the box office worldwide, Disney’s Brother Bear arrives on home video today with a two-disc DVD loaded with extras. The release drops just as Disney’s latest big-screen toon, Home on the Range, gets set to stampede into theaters on Friday, April 3. Brother [...]
Entertainment Rights Plc. has acquired distribution rights to Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper, the fourth computer-animated feature film in Mattel’s highly successful direct-to-video franchise. The company will release the title on DVD and VHS in the U.K. on the Entertainment label and has also secured international television rights, [...]
Some animated movies are crap, but today’s home video releases include one title that is actually about crap. Central Park Media has released the award-winning, clay animated Korean feature Doggy Poo, based on the best-selling children’s book by Jung-Saeng Kwon. The film took the Viewer’s Choice Award at the 2003 [...]
ADV Films, a U.S. producer-distributor of anime., announces the April 27 release of the first volume on DVD of Azumanga Daioh, an acclaimed comedy series that premiered in Japan in early 2002. To reflect the concept of the manga, (released by ADV manga last year) each episode of the Azumanga [...]
Moviegoers who can’t wait to see what director Guillermo del Toro has done with Mike Mignola’s Dark Horse comic book series, Hellboy, can stop by Best Buy stores for free promo DVDs. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this marketing first offers 10 minutes of footage from the film, as well [...]
Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat lands on video shelves today, leading a pack of new arrivals that includes The Flintstones: First Season, Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time and Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? Seasons One and Two. The latest Dr. Seuss classic to get the big-screen treatment hit [...]