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Justin Bieber “Never Say Never” director’s cut coming to Target

4 August 2011 7:21 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

By Sean O’Connell

Hollywoodnews.com: A director’s cut of Justin Bieber’s concert film “Never Say Never” is coming to town later this month, and you are going to have to head to a neighborhood Target to grab it.

A feature-laden two-disc DVD with a digital copy will be made available on Aug. 23 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Previously available exclusively in theaters for only one week, director Jon M. Chu’s extended version was created with fans in mind and includes 34 minutes of footage not seen in the original theatrical film.

From the release:

The Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut two-disc DVD comes in a stunning collectible keepsake box presented in Justin’s signature purple and includes an exclusive, limited edition Justin Bieber: Never Say Never necklace.

The DVD also boasts a wealth of never-before-seen bonus material including intimate footage of Justin throughout the »

- Sean O'Connell

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Justin Bieber: Never Say Never – Director’s Cut DVD

4 August 2011 7:18 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Get An All-access Pass To The Incredible Film Phenomenon With An Enthralling Alternate Version And All-new Bonus Features Justin Bieber:

Never Say Never

Director.S Fan Cut Own the Inspirational Story of Justin.s Journey on Two-Disc DVD with Digital CopyExclusively at Target August 23, 2011, Loaded with Over an Hour of Never-Before-Seen Special Features and Encased in a Keepsake Box with an Exclusive Limited Edition Never Say Never Necklace

Hollywood, CA - Delivering even more of what fans want, the new Director’s Fan Cut of the #1 concert-themed film in U.S. history, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, arrives exclusively at Target in a feature-laden two-disc DVD with digital copy on August 23, 2011 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Previously available exclusively in theaters for only one week, director Jon M. Chu.s extended version was created with fans in mind and includes 34 minutes of footage not seen in the original theatrical film. »

- Michelle McCue

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Space Shuttle Launch Has Us On Interstellar Overdrive: An Atlantis Playlist

8 July 2011 7:10 AM, PDT | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

Space, it really is the final frontier. And with the Space Shuttle Atlantis due to blast off for the last-ever shuttle mission into the heavens on Friday morning (unless Mother Nature gets in the way), we were feeling all nostalgic about songs that glorify the deepness of the cosmos.

When they're not focused on penning songs about their sexual conquests, cars or whatever "Bohemian Rhapsody" is about, rock stars have often looked to the heavens for inspiration. Some have returned to that topic over and over again to great effect, including the original cosmic cowboy, David Bowie, who has written some of the best galaxy tunes of all time with "Space Oddity," "Ashes to Ashes," "Five Years," "Life on Mars" and "Starman."

And while deep space was long the go-to topic of choice for classic rockers (Rush' "Countdown," Elton John's "Rocket Man," Pink Floyd's "Interstellar Overdrive," Deep Purple's "Space Truckin', »

- Gil Kaufman

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Serials on DVD: The Green Hornet (1940)

14 January 2011 7:33 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Howdy fellow movie geeks. With all the interest in bringing classic heroes to the big screen, I thought I’d begin this column dedicated to discussing classic movie serials available on DVD. And since this masked crime buster is the focus of a brand new feature film this weekend, I thought I’d start with a look at the 1940 Universal thirteen chapter movie serial The Green Hornet.

First a little history of movie serials. You younger film fans may wonder what I’m talking about. First it’s serials with an “s”, not a “c”, so I’m not talking about something you pour out of a box into a bowl and douse with milk in the mornings. Film serials started appearing in 1913. Theatre owners and studios thought this new story telling format would be a great way to get patrons returning week after week. Serials were  big, thrilling, adventure »

- Jim Batts

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