Movie Releases for Tuesday 9/7
In 1973 Bob Marley and the Wailers found themselves stranded on the West Coast of the United States after being asked to leave the Sly & The Family Stone tour for outperforming them every night. To make the best of the situation the band made their way to Los Angeles
The scene is Hollywood. Bob Marley and The Wailers were filmed in a closed door session at The Capitol Records Tower on October 24 by famed producer Denny Cordell, who received the blessing from Marley to capture the band recording 12 songs. Shooting with four cameras and mixing "on the fly" to a colorized tape, this footage, has been painstakingly restored, resulting in an incredible presentation of this unseen live session.
Peter Tosh joins Bob Marley And Bunny Wailer as an original Wailer.
This was only available as a bootleg previously
Bob Marley & The Wailers - The Capitol Session '73 [Live At Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 1973 / North American Version / 2 Disc Set]
Three years after director Zack Snyder had to step away from 2017's "Justice League" in post-production, the studio heeded the online clamor from cast, crew, and fans for a version truer to his vision-and Snyder returned to helm a $70 million restoration project, offering extensive, newly-shot additional material along with previously excised footage for an epic-length director's cut. The acclaimed result introduces new characters and plot points, as well as offering teases of DCEU movies to come. Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) recruit fellow heroes Aquaman (Jason Momoa), the Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and a resurrected Superman (Henry Cavill) to prevent alien soldier Steppenwolf (a motion-captured CiarĂˇn Hinds) from using three powerful and ancient devices called Mother Boxes to reshape the Earth. 4 hrs. On two discs. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
In this fascinating documentary, go behind the scenes of one of the most iconic film series of all time: "Star Wars." The actors and extras who played aliens, stormtroopers, rebels and even Darth Vader in George Lucas's "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" reminisce about their time on set and how making the Sci-Fi classic affected their lives and careers, for better or for worse.