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. . .see if he will persevere.
he plays a self absorbed underwear model. . .
His I.Q. in this movie is a subjective thing. Or maybe not, since he is playing a male model. . .
Well, based on the movie previews from last night's LOTR-ROTK previews you can probably add the following to the late 2004 list:
Harry Potter ___________
There were a few other previews, none too notable, though Ashton Kutcher seems to have a role landed where he has an IQ above 3.
I don't know who this is, and I don't really care. Doesn't matter--it's still hyp-no-tiz-ing. . .
Well, a couple observations here... I think the prior two LOTR films had their EE DVD release dates in November to get the buzz going again for the next film which was released each December. But since there won't be another film next year, maybe they'll bump up the release schedule a little this time around.
There's also the possibility that ROTK could see a brief limited run again right around Oscar time too...
Adam also pointed out an interesting little blurb on the potential LOTR boxset on tap, so that's definitely got me rather intrigued as well. So go dig up some juicy news on that one, would ya'?! I'll be right here waiting...
Willy Wonka 30th Anniversary DVD you say...? Is that just the regular one I see everywhere, with the cheapo cardboard cover? I'd assume it is, since I don't think I've ever seen anything other than that one. I guess I just don't think too much of it based on it's appearance. Not the fancy "Collector's Edition" I'm accustomed to looking for... But if you're suggesting not to judge this book by it's cover, I guess I'll have another looksee.
Burton's version with Johnny Depp certainly sounds cool too! I wonder what Tim will dream up with for the Oompa Loompas, which always scared the living sh!t out of me in the original (still do). They're right up there with the Land of the Lost sleestack and Jaws for freakiest nightmarish creatures from my childhood...
Wizard of Oz deserves better treatment than the version that's on the market right now. I think I'll wait a little longer to see if anything gets mentioned for it, before I drop a potentially wasted $15 on a soon to be obselete DVD.
I continue to wait patiently for the Top Gun Special Edition set though... Still no firmer date on that one yet, eh? Or Titanic?
It's official folks! As we reported last week, Universal studios will release Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List on 3/9 (SRP $26.98). The single-disc set will be packaged in both Digipak and keep case packaging (the disc will be DVD-18 - dual sided, dual layered). Separate anamorphic widescreen and full frame versions will be available, both with audio in English, French and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, as well as English DTS 5.1 audio (along with English captions and French and Spanish subtitles). To our knowledge, there will be no extras on this DVD. There will also be a gift set version available (SRP $79.98) that will include the anamorphic widescreen version of the DVD along with a coffee table book, the CD soundtrack, a senitype cell and a certificate of authenticity. Reportedly, this title is being co-marketed with the DVD release of the Steven Spielberg-produced TV miniseries Broken Silence, although we have no details yet on that. Here's a look at the cover art and the gift set:
Forgive me if I missed this along the way somewhere Matt, but when the hell are they going to release a more attractive and comprehensive package (ala "Collector's Edition") for both the Wizard of Oz and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I've been holding off on picking up those two titles due to how cheap they look and bare-bones they are...
Anything on tap for them?
And when can I get my grubby mitts on the ROTK EE?!?
Anxiously awaiting the Gaylord Bowl, I am...