It is the year 1985. Marty McFly, a mild-mannered high school student, stopped by Dr. Emmett L. Brown's laboratory to play around with an amplifier. Then he receives a message from Doc that he needs help from him for Doc's latest invention, a time machine made out of a DeLorean sports car that can travel through time instantaneously when it reaches a speed velocity of 88 MPH. Then, Doc was gunned down by Libyan Nationalists, Marty makes an effort to escape from the Lybians by using the time machine. Then Marty accidentally warps himself into 1955.
Battle: Los Angeles revolves around a Marine staff sergeant and his new platoon's battle against an alien invasion force on the streets of Los Angeles. The movie is presented as an intense real-time war movie from the perspective of the Marines, as they attempt to defeat an alien invasion of planet Earth. The film premise is inspired from the Battle of Los Angeles incident.
Ridley Scott is currently on Prometheus, the continuation of the Alien film franchise, but Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner says the director still plans of bringing the long-lived board game to the silver screen.
Warner Bros Digital Distribution announces a new entry into the digital streaming market as it partners with the social media giant. The project launches with one of their most successful and well received films of recent time.
If you missed watching this show when it premiered late last year, or the countless marathons AMC has aired over the past several months, you have missed seeing one of the best shows on cable TV to be released in the past decade. If you are part of that group you're getting another shot, because The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season hits stores tomorrow and it's chock full of behind-the-scenes adventures that brilliantly show the transition of the property from comic to screen.
Following the opening day panel, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps will have a deep and diverse presence throughout the weekend due to the combined efforts of DC Entertainment & Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Two weeks after the series was shut down for the remaining season, and after Sheen's countless jabs at CBS, Warner Bros. TV, and Two and a Half Men series creator Chuck Lorre the studio has decided to end the actor's employment.