A poster promoting Dimension Films' Sin City, released four-and-a-half months after the end of its initial theatrical run, graces the ``Hot New Releases'' rack as a customer browses at a Blockbuster Video store in Los Angeles on Aug. 23. A lackluster summer box office and slowing demand for DVDs have reignited a long-simmering disagreement between Hollywood studios and theater owners over how fast films go from the megaplex to Wal-Mart. Studios increasingly dependent on lucrative home-video revenue are releasing movies on DVD faster than ever.Sep 04, 2005FULL STORY
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