How Warner Bros Transformed The Wizard of Oz into an IMAX Classic

1939's The Wizard of Oz is the standard bearer of cinema's Golden Age. The live action fantasy classic has become an integral part of the pop culture lexicon, endlessly parodied, referenced, and retold in everything from children's books to ultra-porn. And now it is coming back—to an even bigger silver screen. » 9/11/13 6:20pm 9/11/13 6:20pm

Five More Warner Bros. Movies Can Now be Streamed on Facebook

Uh-oh, it's catching—Warner Bros has seen fit to offer up two Harry Potter films; Life as We Know It; Yogi Bear and Inception to the Facebook audience. Cue status updates on a whole new level from those finally catching up with Inception. Like with The Dark Knight, they can be digitally rented using $3 worth of… » 3/28/11 3:40am 3/28/11 3:40am

The Dark Knight Becomes First Movie to be Digitally Rented on Facebook

After releasing The Dark Knight and Inception as iPhone apps, Warner Bros. is breaking even more new ground by releasing The Dark Knight on Facebook. It costs 30 Facebook Credits ($3) to rent the movie for 48 hours from the official Facebook page. It can be watched full-screen, but also lets viewers use Facebook at the … » 3/08/11 3:40am 3/08/11 3:40am

Why Warner Bros. Is Screwing Netflix by Giving DVDs to Blockbuster a…

It's appropriate, almost, that Warner Bros. is giving Blockbuster—the chain that's closing 500 locations and bringing back late fees—a 28-day exclusive rental window over Netflix and Redbox. Two archaic institutions, sticking together. » 3/23/10 7:33pm 3/23/10 7:33pm