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Upcoming Titles- Some Good Ones!

I thought I’d give you a look at some upcoming DVD releases today- Word is that MGM will finally release their The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension: Special Edition DVD on January 1, 2002. The disc will reportedly feature anamorphic widescreen video, Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, audio commentary by director W.D. Richter, a rare prologue sequence starring Jamie Lee Curtis, restored and never-before-seen deleted scenes with director’s audio commentary, a “making-of” documentary (featuring Richter, John Lithgow, Peter Weller, Jeff Goldblum and more), “in-depth character profiles”, a storyboard and “behind-the-scenes” featurette, TV spots, theatrical trailers and several Easter Eggs. It will also be Nuon-enhanced. The latter is an inside joke.

Also Buena Vista is still currently working on their special edition of Tombstone, which will likely be a Vista Series release next year.

Here are the streetdates for some of the big summer films:
Moulin Rouge – November 6th
Scary Movie 2 – November 27th
The Princess Diaries – December 4th
Rush Hour 2 – December 12th
American Pie 2 – January 15th
A.I. – Artificial Intelligence – January 29th.

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Mochrie’s In For Mercer

Colin Mochrie will replace Rick Mercer in “22 Minutes” cast.

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Sarah Returns For A Good Cause

The incredible Sarah McLachlan has been in exile the last year, enjoying a well- deserved break, but on Sunday night, September 23, 2001, she will join Sum 41, Shaggy and others for the MuchMusic benefit show Music Without Borders.

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Emmy’s Are A Changing

Can the Emmy’s be the same?

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Set Your VCR’s

Hollywood’s Telethon is set to go!

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Well Done Jim!

Canadian Jim Carrey donates $1 million to attack victims.

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Mariah Returns

Mariah Carey returns for Friday’s TV benefit.

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Another Film Delayed

“Bad Company,” starring Anthony Hopkins and Chris Rock, is the latest film delayed due to the ongoing events in America.

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2001 Redux

2001 will return to theatres this year in a 70mm version.

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Oscar May Be A Security Grouch

The security of The Academy Awards is in question.