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Tag Archives: DreamWorks
I’ll admit to being a bit of a fanboy for Benedict Cumberbatch. This great bit of “time travel” promotion on behalf of The Fifth Estate at Buzzfeed tapped into the fan’s desire to see Cumberbatch have a juicy role in … Continue reading
Every few years or so a new actor steps upon the world stage and takes it by storm. The last few years has seen a quick rise to center stage by British actor Benedict Cumberbatch. From the ill-fated Calvary major … Continue reading
One of the year’s most critically acclaimed and best reviewed motion picture dramas of the year, Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” arrives in North America on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Digital and On-Demand platforms on March 26, 2013 and Internationally on Digital HD … Continue reading
When I heard that Dreamworks movies would be distributed by the Walt Disney Studios, I immediately thought of how terrific it would be if Disney was able to distribute “Lincoln,” the movie Spielberg had been working on since 2001. If … Continue reading