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‘Hitchhiker's Guide' Has Galaxy of Possible Extras    28 Apr, 2005

News By: Fred Topel

After 25 years of development, the filmmakers found a lot to shoot.More>>

‘Hitchhiker's Guide' Makes Its Way to Video Shelves Sept. 13    24 Jun, 2005

News By: Meryl Schoenbaum

Buena Vista Home Entertainment Sept. 13 will simultaneously release DVD and UMD versions of <I>The...More>>

&lsquo;Hockey Gladiators&#39; Make a Goal of DVD    17 Aug, 2004

News By: Dan Bennett


&lsquo;Incredibles&#39; Coming March 15    17 Jan, 2005

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Buena Vista's 'Incredibles' DVD comes with a powerful punch of extras.More>>

&lsquo;Incredibles&#39; Makes a Super Video Debut    16 Mar, 2005

News By: Angelique Flores

The Incredibles, from Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, sold 5 million units on DVD...More>>

&lsquo;Incredibles&#39; Soars With DVD Extras    4 Mar, 2005

News By: Angelique Flores

Oscar-winning director Brad Bird culls the best DVD features for Oscar-winning film.More>>

&lsquo;Kill Bill 2&#39; Coming to Video in August    17 May, 2004

News By: Erik Gruenwedel


&lsquo;Legends of Jazz&#39; Coming to Blu-ray    16 Oct, 2006

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Music marketing company LRSMedia, in association with Samsung Electronics, Oct. 24 will street...More>>

&lsquo;Lemony Snicket&#39;s&#39; DVD Full of Fortunate Extras    14 Feb, 2005

News By: Brendan Howard

It will surely be fortunate for fans that more than five hours of extras &mdash; not including...More>>

&lsquo;Lost&#39; Finds Success With More Than 1 Million Units Sold in First Week    10 Feb, 2004

News By: Erik Gruenwedel