5 items from 2014
There are posters that are clever, and that know how to sell the movie they're designed for, and then there are posters that are so embarrassing even the studio doesn't want them out in the universe. The latter are the posters that don't understand the tastes of the audience and the main thrust of the film they're representing. Fan-made posters, however, like the ones you'll find above and below from Imgur , strike a balance between outlandish ideas and quality graphical content, like the example above mixing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix with Trainspotting. Behold the power of fan art : posters by the fans, for the fans. Sometimes it serves to help visualize a concept that hasn't found a look yet, and sometimes it serves to mash up two concepts that shouldn't be together. Done right, it can result in the creation of something that's visually cohesive, »
Cinema Retro has received the following press release from Warner Home Video.
Burbank, Calif., March 25, 2014 – The Harry Potter™ Wizard’s Collection, released in 2012, sold more than 30,000 sets at $499.99 Srp and is now completely sold out. To continue offering fans access to the most successful film franchise in history, a new collection will be available April 29 -- the Harry Potter™ Hogwarts Collection. The collectible box set is sure to please fans who want the world of Harry Potter™ conveniently available in one place. Included in this set are all eight Harry Potter™ films, plus a whopping 45+ hours of previously released bonus material that contains the complete eight-part documentary series, ”Creating the World of Harry Potter.”
The Harry Potter™ Hogwarts Collection will be offered at the new lower price of $249.99 Srp.
Films Included in this Collection – All on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD with UltraViolet*
· Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ Theatrical Version on Blu-ray, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
As the parent of a 1.4-year-old, I am constantly thinking about when and how to introduce movies to my son. While I think The Muppets or Mary Poppins might be the first live-action film, Harry Potter is on the radar. Now, it looks like I can make one purchase to solve all of my Potter problems. Here’s the news release from Warner Bros. Home Video:
The Harry Potter™ Wizard’s Collection, released in 2012, sold more than 30,000 sets at $499.99 Srp and is now completely sold out. To continue offering fans access to the most successful film franchise in history, a new collection will be available April 29 – the Harry Potter™ Hogwarts Collection. The collectible box set is sure to please fans who want the world of Harry Potter™ conveniently available in one place. Included in this set are all eight Harry Potter™ films, plus a whopping 45+ hours of previously released bonus »
- Jeff Bayer
Disney’s Oscar-winning animated pic “Frozen” was just released on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, but based on pre-order sales alone, it has already iced out the competition and landed the top spot on Amazon.com’s list of bestselling kids’ titles since 2001.
The list includes several other popular recent releases like “Despicable Me 2,” “Brave” and four installments from the Harry Potter franchise as well as classic titles such as “The Wizard of Oz,” “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid.”
“Frozen” took home the Academy Awards for best animated feature and original song, and its sales are expected rise now that the film is available for immediate purchase.
Here is Amazon’s complete list of bestselling kids’ titles since 2001:
2. “Despicable Me”
4. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I”
5. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II »
- Andrea Seikaly
London, January 17: Jk Rowling's 'Harry Potter books' have topped a new list of children's favorite books which have been turned into films.
The list compiled by Renaissance Learning, which has been studying the reading habits of more than 400,000 children in 2,000 primary and secondary schools in the UK, features six of the author's books, the BBC reported.
'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix', 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' and 'Catching Fire' by Suzanne Collins were jointly at the first position, while the fourth place was shared by 'Inheritance' by Christopher Paolini and 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets'.
The online education company said that the fact that children are reading books which. »
- Arun Pandit
5 items from 2014
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