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Considering the usual subject matter of The Big Bang Theory it's a bit bizarre that the first couple of seasons weren't already available in high definition, but Warner Home Video has now announced they will be released on Blu-ray July 10th. While later seasons have already seen Blu-ray releases, t

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Warner has officially revealed the launch date and pricing for refreshed editions of the epic Planet Earth series on Blu-ray and DVD. There are two versions planned, the Limited Collector's Edition pictured above with the globe packaging, and a Special Edition in more every day trim. The MSRP f

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There's no official announcement from Warner yet, but Blu-ray.com points out the classic movie Citizen Kane has appeared for preorder on Amazon in full 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition dress. As shown in the picture above, there's plenty of collectibles included with a book, replica

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Been missing your dose of Kenny Powers in high definition? Don't worry, the wait is almost over since HBO is bringing both seasons of Eastbound & Down out on Blu-ray August 2nd. According to the press release, the season one DVD was HBO's best selling comedy SKU last year, which probably he

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Don't think for a moment we've forgotten about the massive Kubrick Blu-ray boxed set due at the end of May. Ahead of that, Warner has revealed a trailer for A Clockwork Orange (also being released on its own) on Blu-ray, embedded above. We'll stop talking and let fans press play right now.

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Need another sign that iTunes will soon be floating your library up to the cloud? Look no further than confirmation of Apple signing Warner Music, a deal that should see the label's music available in its upcoming streaming iTunes service. This is in addition to last week's confirmation that two ma

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While we're not exactly in a hurry to spend $30 each on 60-day delayed movie rentals, theater owners are quite upset by the whole premium video-on-demand plan apparently being pushed by Warner, Sony, Fox and Universal. The most active objector so far appears to be AMC Theaters, which announced yest

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