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"Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" Gets a Release Date

In Comic News, On Film on June 29, 2009 at 3:33 pm
Logo for "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies"

Logo for "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies"

Comic Book Resources is reporting the newly announced release date for DC’s forthcoming animated feature, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies.  The film goes direct to DVD on September 29th with a 2 Disc Special Edition, which will have several featurettes, including “The Blackest Night: Inside The DC Comics Event”, “A Team Of Minds” with Jeph Loeb looking at the Superman/Batman team-up concept, and “Dinner With DC Featuring Kevin Conroy”, in which the legendary Batman voice actor will discuss the creative approach to the story, and is joined by Voice Director Andrea Romano, Producer Bruce Timm, and Gregory Noveck.  The 2 disc will also include a look at DC’s next, yet to be announced animated feature and 2 episodes of Justice League Unlimited, and will retail $24.98, with a single disc going for $19.99.  There will also be a Blu-Ray edition for $29.99.

The next release in DC’s ever growing animated feature line-up is Green Lantern: First Flight, which is slated to come out on July 28th.  Hit the jump for Superman/Batman: Public Enemies recently yanked yet still available thanks to a Russian sharing site trailer.
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"Hung" 1×01 Review

In On Film on June 29, 2009 at 5:57 am
Thomas Jane and Jane Adams, stars of HBO's "Hung"

Thomas Jane and Jane Adams, stars of HBO's "Hung"

Pilot

Writers: Colette Burnson, Dmitry Lipkin

Director: Alexander Payne

Starring: Thomas Jane, Jane Adams, Anne Heche

It’s a strange world we live in, where the best TV is no longer on ABC and those other letter networks. Instead, the greatest shows as of late have been appearing on premium networks. Showtime has Dexter and Californication, Starz has Weeds, but HBO has undoubtedly led the pack, with hits like The Sopranos, Deadwood, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Now, there’s one more to add to that pack: Hung.

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