Entertainment One has a small but perfectly formed slate for the second quarter of the year, comprising three Academy Award winners (including best picture) and a fabulous fourth that should be showered in prizes.
From the resurgence of physical collecting to the need to improve the store environment and reduce packaging’s environmental impact, the continued importance of tangible product was an ongoing theme at the BASE Insight Forum, writes Christopher Barrett.
Crammed with stars and quality genre titles is the only way to describe indie powerhouse Signature Entertainment’s Q2 line-up. Sam Andrews samples a selection of the highlights on offer.
Emotionally involving drama, heart-pumping action and wry comedy plus some classic catalogue combine to offer a well-rounded quarter from StudioCanal.
With Aquaman and The Mule, Warner kicks off the quarter with blockbuster titles to tempt a truly broad range of film fans. The entertainment continues with the studio’s focus on its Lego franchise and its high-quality range of television titles. Sam Andrews reports.