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Dodge City 1939

A Warner Brothers Picture in glorious Technicolor!

Wrapped around this classic Errol Flynn western are some spectacular train scenes.  The movie opens with a Santa Fe (AT&SF) steam-powered passenger train’s race with the rival stagecoach.  295 more words

Fox is this summer's big box-office winner, sort of

With just one more long weekend left before the unofficial end of summer, it looks like Rupert Murdoch and Fox will soon be lifting the championship belt as winners of this year’s summer box-office. 1,432 more words




Often, it looks as if a singer is destined for greatness. That was the case with Canadian singer-songwriter Bob Carpenter. He was signed to Warner Brothers in 1974. 1,764 more words


5 Directors Who Could Make A Great Shazam Movie

I recently made a list of 5 directors I’d like to see tackle Warner Brothers’ Aquaman film, and have now turned my attention toward another impending DC Comics adaptation:  57 more words


New "Looney Tunes" Movie Called ACME in the Works with Steve Carell set to Star

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With every other classic property making its way to the big screen, you didn’t think Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes would get left out, did you? 340 more words


Ellen and SIA and Maddie

Okay, so, I’d seen the music video for SIA’s song Chandelier on YouTube back when it first surfaced, but I just saw a video of her live performance on The Ellen Show and now I’m obsessed. 34 more words


The 'X-Men: First Class' Writers Have Been Hired To Rescue The Latest 'Looney Tunes' Movie

Every couple nanoseconds or so, some studio somewhere decides it’s a “brilliant idea” to produce some new version of some old kids thing, because “the nineties were great!” and “no one has ideas anymore.” While this formula produces mixed commercial results, it meets uniformly poor artistic ones. 369 more words

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