Inside Cinema – Mario Boucher on the concept of “Duelity” in today’s modern action https://t.co/4knH1DxBlh
By lively Q&A, we aren’t kidding. We want to get a real discussion going with all of you, so you’ll be able to ask our panel questions and they’re going to ask questions of you guys too. Plus, we may be able to reveal a few cool and as-yet-unannounced titles. And we’re on right after Geek magazine’s We Still Love the ‘80s: 1983 panel too, right there in the same room, and some of us will be appearing on both panels – it should be a lot of fun. You can find more details, plus Con maps and schedules here. Hope to see you all there!
Finally, in release news today, Image and RLJ Entertainment have just set Francis Ford Coppola’s Peggy Sue Got Married for release on Blu-ray Disc and (re-issue) DVD on 7/30 (SRP $17.97 and $9.99).
Also, Warner Home Video has set a pair of long-awaited Samuel Goldwyn catalog titles for release on Blu-ray Disc on 11/5 (SRP $19.98 each) including The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and The Bishop’s Wife (1947). I’ve got my fingers crossed that Wuthering Heights (1939) isn’t far behind.
Here’s a look at the Blu-ray cover artwork for both Goldwyn titles, as well as Lionsgate’s final art for Mud (due 8/6). We’ll add Amazon links as they become available…
- Bill Hunt