New releases this week on Blu-ray and DVD: Daniel Radcliffe stars in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1; Gwyneth Paltrow and Garrett Hedlund show off their singing skills in the musical drama Country Strong; and Pixar’s animated adventure The Incredibles lands on Blu-ray for the first time with a pile of features.
This is a busy week for Blu-ray and DVD releases as five major releases arrive on store shelves, including: Martin Scorsese’s intense Taxi Driver celebrates its 35th anniversary; Disney debuts the original Tron and Tron: Legacy on Blu-ray; Narnia comes to life once more in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; plus a look at the IMAX movie, Hubble.
Happy New Year, movie lovers, and welcome to what amounts to two meager offerings for the start of this cold January. Opening this weekend is the Nicolas Cage supernatural thriller, Season Of The Witch, which co-stars Ron Perlman, and the musical drama Country Strong, with Garrett Hedlund and Gwyneth Paltrow.
This week in theatres: Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde star in Disney’s 3-D spectacle, Tron: Legacy; plus a look at Yogi Bear, Rabbit Hole, and How Do You Know.
In partnership with Walt Disney Studios Canada, The GATE is giving away double passes to advanced screenings of Tron: Legacy in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Ottawa, and Winnipeg, not to mention a chance to win a grand prize of Tron: Legacy swag.
On December 17, Walt Disney Pictures will release what could be one of the year’s biggest films: director Joseph Kosinski’s Tron: Legacy. It’s a sequel that comes nearly thirty years after the original film…
A chill-inducing new trailer for Disney’s Tron: Legacy debuted today following a session at the San Diego Comic-Con where fans had a chance to hear the film’s stars speak about the upcoming film.
The first full trailer for Disney’s Tron Legacy debuted this weekend ahead of Alice in Wonderland in IMAX 3-D, and now online fans can enjoy the same happiness as the trailer makes its way to the web.
Last Friday was a very good day for me and a couple of hundred other Tron fans. Sitting in a meeting room at the Metro Toronto Convention centre while a Daft Punk track played on repeat, I waited with a packed room full of fans intent on a hour-long event with film producer Justin Springer, who was in town to talk about his new film, Tron Legacy.