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Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Chris Weitz on the <i>New Moon</i> set Biting Back

New Moon director Chris Weitz hopes for a successful — and safe — DVD launch.

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Windows Breaking the Mold

Tweaking the timing of when movies get into homes after the theatrical run is now a popular strategy in boosting flagging disc revenue. However, there is no real consensus on where the change should focus.

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Blockbuster Stock Continues to Surge

Shares of Blockbuster stock continued to rise for a second day as investors appeared to buy into CEO Jim Keyes' statements that the venerable brand is shifting from a store-based business to multiplatform distribution, including kiosks and digital.

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Indiana County Drops Case vs. Kiosks

The Vanderburgh County, Ind., prosecuting attorney decided March 5 to drop his case against DVD kiosks, a case in which retailers with Redbox and MovieCube kiosks had been threatened with felony prosecution if they did not remove DVDs rated higher than ‘G’ that could possibly be accessed by minors.

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New on disc: 'Up in the Air,' 'Precious' and more …

This week, Mike Clark takes a look at Paramount's Up in the Air and Lionsgate's Precious.

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Projections: '2012' Likely to Crush Competition

With its star power and heavy reliance on special effects depicting the destruction of everything, 2012 should score a triple victory for the week ended March 7, topping the national disc sales, disc rentals and Blu-ray sales charts.

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TV DVD at the Movies

The 2010 TV DVD landscape is starting to fill up with new product timed to take advantage of some of the summer’s hot new theatrical releases.

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