Sixteen dramatic films have been chosen to be shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2003, and among them is American Splendor, based on the life and work of comic writer Harvey Pekar. The film was written and directed by Shari Springer and Robert Pulcini (The Last Days of Chasens), and is slated for airing on HBO next year. A theatrical release is also not out of the question. The sixteen dramatic films for the festival were chosen from over 800 submissions. Pekar's comics are published by Dark Horse Comics, and three trade paperbacks are in print from Four Walls Eight Windows Publishing.
Prestigious Film Festival Showing
Posted by ICv2 on December 2, 2002 @ 11:00 pm CT
As It Closes 150 Legacy Stores
March 27, 2017
Gamestop announced that it will open around 35 collectibles stores globally in its fiscal 2017, which began January 29, 2017.
DVD Round-Up: 'Fantastic Beasts,' 'Patriots' Day,' 'Why Him?,' 'A Monster Calls,' 'Archer,' 'Static Shock,' & 'Boruto Naruto'
Week of March 28, 2017
March 26, 2017
This week’s home entertainment releases include the first film in a new Warner Bros. fantasy franchise that the studio hopes will replace its Harry Potter earnings, the solidly-made real-life drama Patriots’ Day , the over-the-top “dad vs. fiancé” film Why Him?, the DVD debut of the first season of the Static Shock cartoon that was based on the Milestone/DC superhero, the latest season of the adult cartoon series Archer , and the North American disc debut of the most popular Naruto film yet.