This weekends top movies at the box office Exit Wounds ($18.5 million) Enemy at the Gates ($13.8 million) The Mexican ($8.0 million) See Spot Run (5.0 million) 15 Minutes of Fame ($4.3 million) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ($4.04 million) Down to Earth ($4.01 million) Hannibal ($3.6 million) Chocolat ($3.43 million) Traffic ($3.41 million)
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Thanks to Tony at Iowa Outdoors we’ve changed the look of our calendar. So to find out when the DVD you’re looking for is hitting store shelves go to the Calendar and have a peak. So far the only studios sending me release dates is WB and 20th Century Fox. Buena Vista is also supposed to be sending stuff but I haven’t received anything as of yet.
I received a very special package today from 20th Century Fox. They sent me a “Five Star Collection” DVD to review. The much anticipated ‘Cleopatra‘ 3-Disc Set. This movie won 5 Academy Awards! in 1963 and is set to hit the streets April 3rd, 2001. So be sure to come back and see what EyeCraveDVD.com thinks of this spectalur 3-Disc set next week.
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I just put up the review for 12 Angry Men which was released on DVD March 6th, 2001. You can read it by clicking here
I have some release dates for DVD’s that Warner Brothers will be releasing in the next couple of months. Killing Fields (March 20) Gossip (March 27) The In Crowd (March 27) Switch-HBO (April 3) Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter is Dead (April 3) AntiTRUST (May 15) Holiday Heart (May 29) “That’s All Folks”
This weekends top movies at the box office. The Mexican ($12.1 million) 15 Minutes of Fame ($10.5 million) See Spot Run ($6.6 million) Hannibal ($5.7 million) Down to Earth ($5.5 million) Get Over It ($4.4 million) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ($4.3 million) Traffic ($3.9 million) Chocolat ($3.8 million) Recess: School’s Out ($2.2 million)
A photo of the live action Scooby-Doo characters has turned up online. You can see it by clicking here. The cast includes Freddie Prinze Jr., Linda Cardellini, Matthew Lillard, and Sarah Michelle Gellar in the roles of Freddie, Velma, Shaggy, and Daphne.
Sony has started the creation of the website to the much anticipated Spider-Man movie. The site is slated to launch on March 23rd, 2001. Click here to go there.
The Farrelly Brothers (Me, Myself & Irene, Dumb & Dumber) have signed a deal with Warner Brothers to write and produce a big-screen ‘Three Stooges’. It’s not going to be a bio-pic or based on the old 1/2 hour episodes.
A new trailer has turned up at TheMummy.com for this summers largely anticipated movie, “The Mummy Returns“. Release date is slated for May 4th, 2001