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Warner Bros. Justin Herz weighs in on UltraViolet

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Warner Bros.' Justin Herz weighed in on the status of the UltraViolet digital format in a blog post today. UltraViolet now has over 7,000...

Warner Bros. sets ’50 Film Collection’ release date

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As Warner Bros. prepares to celebrate 90 years of moviemaking, they're digging deep into their amazing archives to create a whopper of a Blu-ray...

‘Driving Miss Daisy’ announced for Blu-ray

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Driving Miss Daisy, 1989's Academy Award winner for Best Picture, is finally parking (heh) itself on Blu-ray this winter. Warner Brothers has announced the Morgan...

Lord of the Rings Extended Editions release on Blu-ray Disc &...

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Warner Bros. has released the The Lord of the Rings Extended Editions on Blu-ray Disc & UltraViolet. Previously unavailable to purchase individually, the Extended...

‘Cloud Atlas’ extended first look trailer released

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Warner Bros. has released an extended first look trailer in HD of the upcoming film Cloud Atlas.

Edit your own ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Batman trailer

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Want to edit your own trailer for the "The Dark Knight Rises" and have a chance to travel to New York City for the...

‘The Dark Knight Rises’ new #3 trailer released

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Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises which gives us a lot more to chew on than the last trailer. The new 2-minute teaser shows off some amazing digital effects and previously unseen clips. There's also quite a few more scenes with Anne Hathaway as Catwoman.

Harry Potter 31-disc ‘Wizard’s Collection’ announced

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Warner Bros. Home Video has announced a 31-disc boxed set containing all 'Harry Potter' movies to date on Blu-ray Disc and DVD. The Wizard’s...

Warner Bros’ ‘Dark Shadows’ trailer released [HD]

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cVcpz8H3Pk&feature=channel Warner Bros. has released a trailer for their upcoming feature "Dark Shadows" slated to hit theaters on May 11, 2012. "Dark Shadows" is a...

Redbox/Warner agreement expires, but customers benefit

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Redbox has decided not to renew an agreement with Warner Brothers which allowed them to acquire movies directly the studio, instead they will purchase titles "through alternative means" -- meaning, retail. This might not turn out all bad though for customers,