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Create artwork celebrating the 35th-anniversary release of Gremlins in 4K
It's been 35 years since the Gremlins first graced the big screen. To celebrate the 35th anniversary 4K release of Gremlins, Warner Bros. Home Entertinament is creating an art activation campaign celebrating the film, and they want to collaborate with you!
Gremlins is a wildly original roller-coaster ride of hilarious mischief. One minute your hair will stand on end, the next you’ll hold your sides with laughter at the havoc these supposedly gentle furballs create when the rules surrounding their care and feeding are inadvertently broken one fateful Christmas. Written by Chris Columbus (The Goonies, Young Sherlock Holmes) and directed by Joe Dante (Innerspace, The ‘Burbs), Gremlins unleashes special effects that dazzle and enchant and merriment that lingers in the memory.
Gremlins will be released on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital on October 1. The film stars Zach Galligan as Billy Peltzer, Phoebe Cates as Kate Beringer, and Hoyt Axton as Randall Peltzer, along with the voices of Frank Welker as Stripe and Howie Mandel as Gizmo. Ultra HD* showcases 4K resolution with High Dynamic Range (HDR) and a wider color spectrum, offering consumers brighter, deeper, more lifelike colors for a home entertainment viewing experience like never before.
Joe Dante is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art. After a stint as a film reviewer, he began his filmmaking apprenticeship in 1974 as trailer editor for Roger Corman's New World Pictures. He made his directorial debut in 1976 with Hollywood Boulevard (co-directed with Allan Arkush), and his solo debut as a film director with Piranha in 1978. During his tenure at New World, Dante edited Ron Howard's directorial debut Grand Theft Auto and co-wrote the original story for Rock n Roll High School.For Avco-Embassy Pictures, Dante next directed the highly praised werewolf thriller The Howling (1981), followed by the "It’s a Good Life" segment of the episodic Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). Having worked with Steven Spielberg on Twilight Zone, Dante was chosen to helm one of the first Amblin Productions for Warner Bros., Gremlins (1984), which became a runaway hit.
Dante's other notable films also include Explorers (1985), Innerspace (1987), The 'Burbs (1989), Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990), Matinee (1993), Small Soldiers (1998), and Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003). His work for television and cable includes immigration satire The Second Civil War (1997) and episodes of anthology series Masters of Horror ("Homecoming" and "The Screwfly Solution") and Amazing Stories, as well as Hawaii Five-0.