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Earlier this year, Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla stomped into the box office, grappled with a pair of long-limbed MUTOs, and unleashed his atomic breath on his way to victory and a sequel that’s already in the works. We’ll have to wait a number of years to see Godzilla’s continued adventures on the big screen, but viewers can see the radioactive reptile from their homes with the release of Godzilla to Blu-ray and DVD this September.
DVDActive reports that on September 16th Warner Brothers Home Entertainment and Legendary Entertainment will release 2014′s Godzilla in the following formats:
3D Blu-ray Combo Pack (3D Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet) Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet) Limited Edition MetalPak Two disc DVD releases
- Derek Anderson
The Silence of the Lambs star’s first TV gig will have him playing the man in charge of a futuristic theme park where robots go berserk and attack park guests, EW.com reports.
Fresh from stomping his way through the summer blockbuster season with an impressive haul of $491million worldwide, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Legendary Entertainment have announced the 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack (3D Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet), Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet), and two disc DVD releases of Gareth Edwards’ revamped Godzilla, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass) and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad).
All three releases will include the following special features:
Monarch: Declassified – Discover explosive new evidence not contained in the film that unravels the massive cover-up to keep Godzilla’s existence a secret. Operation: Lucky Dragon Monarch: The M.U.T.O. File The Godzilla Revelation The Legendary Godzilla – Go behind the scenes with filmmakers and cast for an even deeper look at the larger than life monsters in the film. Godzilla: Force of Nature A Whole New Level Of Destruction Into The Void: The H.A.L.O. »
- Scott Davis
This story first appeared in the July 25 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The following are THR awards analyst Scott Feinberg's overviews of -- and early projections for -- the drama category's lead acting Emmys. Lead Actor In A Drama Bryan Cranston Breaking Bad (AMC) He's scored three wins for his now iconic Walter White. This is his last chance to tie Dennis Franz's four-win record. Jeff Daniels The Newsroom (HBO) Last year's shock winner was just as good this year, but his show isn't getting better and won't be back after season three. Jon Hamm Mad Men (AMC) Nominated
- Scott Feinberg
DVD Active is reporting that Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' Godzilla is getting set to land on the shores of Blu-ray and DVD this coming September 16. Read on for specs and more. Now, if only someone could find a way to put more Godzilla in the movie. Then we'd be really happy.
Read our Godzilla review!
The site also reports that there will also be a Limited Edition Godzilla MetalPak, which includes exclusive embossed artwork, the Blu-ray Combo pack, and Zilla’s iconic roar.
All three releases will include the following...
Monarch: Declassified – Discover explosive new evidence not contained in the film that unravels the massive cover-up to keep Godzilla’s existence a secret. Operation: Lucky Dragon Monarch: The M.U.T.O. File The Godzilla Revelation The Legendary Godzilla – Go behind the scenes with filmmakers and cast for an even deeper look at the larger than life monsters in the film. »
- Steve Barton
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that Godzilla will debut on Blu-ray and DVD September 16. For those fans who are heading to Comic-Con 2014 this week, we reported earlier this month that Warner Bros. will have an interactive Godzilla display on the lawn behind Hall H, from 8 Am to 8 Pm on every day of the Con.
Take a look at the Blu-ray artwork and special features details below for director Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, which stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Sally Hawkins, Juliette Binoche and David Strathairn.
In Godzilla, Godzilla returns to its roots as one of the world's most recognized monsters. Directed by Gareth Edwards and featuring an all-star international cast, this spectacular adventure pits Godzilla against malevolent creatures that, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.
Monarch: Declassified - Discover explosive new evidence not contained in the film that unravels the massive »
One of my favorite films of the Summer came in the form of Gareth Edwards' Godzilla reboot. It was a return to form for the King of All Monsters and it's a movie I can't get enough of. Fortunately, Warner Bros. have now dropped the details on the film's upcoming blu-ray so that you can take it home and watch it over and over again. Come inside to check out when you'll be able to pick it up and what all is included on the blu-ray discs.
Nature controls man, not the other way around, in “Godzilla,” arriving onto Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, 2-Disc DVD Special Edition and Digital HD on September 16 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. An epic action adventure directed by Gareth Edwards (“Monsters”), Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ “Godzilla” is the long-awaited big screen return of the King of the Monsters.
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
Mark wonders whether we're now at the point where CG characters matter more than human ones to Hollywood...
In the last decade or so, computer generated characters have taken a quantum leap forward in blockbuster cinema. You can probably mark the transition around the time that Yoda went from being a Jim Henson creation to a digitally rendered sprite in Star Wars: Episode II, but bigger technological leaps have followed, particularly in performance capture.
Andy Serkis has been a big ambassador for this, earning a reputation as a Boris Karloff figure for the digital age in the process and a loyal core of fans who still insist that he deserved an Oscar for his turn »
This week in TV:
HBO secures the rights to adapt the Broadway play All the Way into a TV movie; Daredevil casts Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood) as Matt Murdock’s love interest; TNT renews Falling Skies for a fifth and final season, along with additional seasons of The Last Ship and Major Crimes; Syfy’s The Expanse casts Thomas Jane (Hung) in a lead role; and Disney Television Animation announces development on a Haunted Mansion special.
Last month we learned that Steven Spielberg ...
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- Daniel Johnson
First it was 2 percent of the population. Then it was Garvey’s bagel. And now Baby Jesus has gone missing on The Leftovers. Well, not the Baby Jesus but the doll used in Mapleton’s Nativity scene. And that isn’t even the worst thing that happens as the beleaguered suburb celebrates Christmas in (what for us is) July. Pop a Prozac and read on. I’ll tell you all about it.
Last-minute Shopping | After Jill argues that just buying a new Baby Jesus is “cheating” and Mayor Lucy orders Garvey to do exactly that, he’s so annoyed that »
The episode’s final moments revealed that Bill Compton — sweet, Confederate, flower-bearing Bill Compton — has also contracted the virus, and he seems just as shocked as anyone. (Hasn’t he been on a strict Sookie diet all season? Could she have it, too?)
This revelation is especially heartbreaking because, prior to Bill’s gruesome discovery, viewers were treated to some quality Bill-Sookie moments — like, »
Matthew McConaughey just doesn't lose! The actor brought his good looks and winning spirit to the Television Critics Association Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on Saturday. He faced steep competition in the individual achievement in drama category - Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), and Matthew Rhys (The Americans) were all nominated - but Matthew took home the award for his gripping portrayal of Rust in HBO's True Detective. Bryan showed his support for Matthew, posing with the actor and his gorgeous wife, Camila Alves. The Orange Is the New Black ladies brought a high dose of glamour to the show, with Taylor Schilling, Uzo Aduba, Kate Mulgrew, and Danielle Brooks all trading their prison jumpsuits for stunning ensembles. The women took center stage to accept the award for outstanding new program. In other big moments, Julia Louis-Dreyfus walked »
- Nick Maslow
Saturday was an excellent night and a strange night to be a member of the Television Critics Association. On the one hand, we held our annual TCA Awards ceremony, filled with terrific winners giving terrific speeches. On the other, the power in the hotel (and the surrounding neighborhood) randomly went out late in the post-show reception, and then news broke that the great James Garner — who had won our Career Achievement award four years earlier — had died. Before the blackout and the sad news, though, the night featured many highlights, including: * "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" co-star Terry Crews was our host, and after first doing the expected — juggling his pecs, he said, "I'm contractually obligated to do that" — he did the wildly unexpected by introducing Miss Piggy from the Muppets to duet on a song about the challenges of being a TV critic. (Sample line: "I'm the 'Veep' of heartbreak, »
- Alan Sepinwall
It was an emotional night for the “Breaking Bad” cast at the 30th annual TCA Awards, which took home their second annual prize for “Program of the Year” at the event, held Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton.
“It’s a little sad saying goodbye,” said series star Bryan Cranston. ‘This is the last time we’ll be up here, unless you create the category of newly departed show.”
Thanking HBO — which claimed four prizes, the most of any network — was the theme of the night. “Everyone’s thanking HBO, so thank you, HBO,” added Cranston. “Early on, you turned us down. That’s Ok, I’ll be working for you soon.” The adaptation of his hit Broadway play, “All the Way,” was just picked up by HBO Films.
The cable net also won for “True Detective,” which grabbed trophies for miniseries (the TCA doesn’t follow Emmy category rules »
- Debra Birnbaum
There were few surprises at the 30th Annual Television Critics Association Awards. Orange Is the New Black earned Outstanding New Program whileBreaking Bad's final season scored Program of the Year for the second consecutive season.
While last year, Tatiana Maslany beat out favorites like Bryan Cranston to win the Individual Achievement in Drama honors, this year the Orphan Black star got no love from either the TCAs or the Emmys. Instead, Matthew McConaughey took home the award for his work in True Detective, which also got lauded in the Movies, Miniseries and Specials category. Similarly, Veep doubled up its wins with awards for its star and to tie Louie in the Comedy category.
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- Sadie Gennis
This should take some of the sting out of that Emmy snub.
Related Emmys 2014: The Complete Nominations List
Breaking Bad, however, did not go home empty-handed; the TCA honored the show’s final eight-episode run with the Program of the Year prize (the second consecutive year it won the top award).
Let’s face it; the new Godzilla movie was abysmal. Far beyond a flat script, the direction was the main culprit. Even Bryan Cranston obviously had no guidance and ended up a stuttering, underdeveloped Walter White mess. The action scenes, so well advertised in the trailer, were nothing to write home about. Then again, the last incarnation of Godzilla wasn’t much to write home about either. Starring Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, and Hank Azaria, with Roland Emmerich directing on the heels of the wildly successful Independence Day, 1998’s Godzilla was a dud. Fan boys are still waiting for a worthy realization of the King of the Monsters, and Fox’s animated series, released in ’98 as a continuation of the film, doesn’t do much to help.
- Kyle North
“Battle Creek,” a show that Vince Gilligan first brought to CBS 12 years ago, suddenly got new life at the network when Gilligan's “Breaking Bad” became an Emmy magnet and cultural phenomenon. But how much Gilligan will be involved in “Battle Creek” is up to Gilligan. Also read: Bryan Cranston, Steven Spielberg Bringing Lbj Play to HBO “Whatever way, shape and form he wants to be involved, we're very happy with that,” CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler said at the Television Critics Association summer press tour Thursday. Tassler made a lucrative deal with Sony, the studio behind “Battle Creek,” in part because it. »
- Tim Molloy
It seems like an age since we said an emotional farewell to Walter White – the iconic Breaking Bad character that brought Bryan Cranston millions of new fans worldwide. But, despite many opportunities in film having presented themselves – including Argo and Godzilla – along with a Tony-award winning turn on the Broadway stage, it seems the actor has not abandoned the small screen entirely. HBO has acquired the rights to develop the play All The Way for television, and Bryan Cranston is firmly on board.
The role in the play that brought Cranston his Tony award is that of Us President Lyndon B Johnson, and the story centres on his initial, eventful year in office. In the wake of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the plot encompasses the escalation of the Vietnam War, the launch of the Civil Rights Bill, and the election that brought him Johnson his first full term as President. »
- Sarah Myles
In 2001, a frail Sid Caesar walked with assistance to the stage to accept his Television Critics Assn. Career Achievement Award, looking out at a ballroom filled with critics and Hollywood bizzers from Aaron Sorkin to Bryan Cranston.
The crowd grew a little nervous as Caesar paused silently for almost too long at the podium. Then the magic happened. Everyone there knew they had just witnessed something spectacular, intimate and exclusive — with no camera crews to catch it and no YouTube replays.
“He turned into Sid Caesar, a comic marvel of fake accents, jokes and genius,” says Robert Bianco, TV critic for USA Today. “These awards are not about bringing attention to us. They are an affair to honor the best done in television and that’s the sole purpose.”
The TCA Awards show, which is not televised and only open to the approximately 200 TCA members and invited guests, celebrates 30 years »
- Susan Young
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