Superman Returns DVD
Warner Bros first previewed
the DVD Box Art for Superman
Returns early September and now they have all the release
details any fan of the franchise needs to know.
Superman Returns Coming to DVD
The fight for truth and justice continues when Superman Returns
soars onto DVD November 28th from Warner Home Video. Superman Returns
delivers an epic story, spectacular special effects, and exhilarating action
that will leave you breathless. Directed by Bryan Singer (X-Men
I & II, Usual Suspects),
Superman Returns features powerful performances from newcomer
Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth (Blue Crush, Beyond
the Sea) and two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey (American
Beauty, Usual Suspects).
The Two-Disc Special Edition is filled with over three hours of bonus features,
including more than ten revealing additional scenes with characters and
plotlines never before seen and a "Resurrecting Jor-El" featurette.
A multi-part, nearly 3-hour documentary, "Requiem for Krypton: Making
Superman Returns" takes you on an in-depth, behind the scenes journey
of the making of this momentous film with visionary director Singer and
crew. Viewers will experience what it was actually like to be part of the
production on location in Australia. The documentary uncovers the secrets
behind some of the most astonishing, effects-laden scenes in the film, including
the shuttle accident, the Metropolis disaster and the formation of New Krypton.
The Two-Disc Special Edition comes encased in collectible, embossed, gold
foil o-sleeve packaging.
Superman Returns marks a day-and-date release for HD and
Blu-ray. The HD version will be an HD DVD Combo Disc (High Definition DVD
on one side and SD DVD on the other side) with the film in MLP audio and
all special features on the HD side and film only on the standard DVD side.
The Blu-ray version offers the film and all special features.
Warner Home Video HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs offer resolution six times higher
than standard definition DVDs, as well as extraordinarily vibrant contrast
and color and beautifully crisp sound. The new formats also provide a higher
level of interactivity, with instant access to extra features via a seamless
menu-bar where viewers can enjoy features without leaving or interrupting
Superman Returns will be available at $28.98 SRP in both
widescreen and full frame formats. The Special Edition will be available
in widescreen format for $34.99 SRP. The HD Combo will be available at $39.99
SRP and the Blu-ray version will be available at $34.99 SRP.
The Single Disc version of Superman Returns contains the
theatrical version of the film.
The Two-Disc Special Edition contains the theatrical version of the film
on Disc 1 and over three hours of special features on Disc 2, including:
-- The Date: Ma Kent plays a game with her new man
-- Family Photos: Clark reminisces over family photos
-- Crash Landing/X-Ray Vision: Clark discovers he can fly and he has x-ray
-- Old Newspapers: Clark realizes what happened while he was gone
-- Are You Two Dating?: Clark discovers his mother is dating
-- Martinis and Wigs: Lex and Kitty bicker
-- I'm Always Right: Once again, Lex is right
-- Jimmy the Lush: Jimmy and Clark discuss Lois at the bar
-- Language Barrier: Japanese talkshow makes fun of Superman
-- Crystal Feet: Having a bad day
-- New Krypton: Lois names the new planet
-- Easter Egg: Lex Luthor's "Wrong" Montage
"Requiem for Krypton: Making Superman Returns" multi-part documentary
-- Secret Origins and First Issues: Crystallizing Superman
-- The Crystal Method: Designing Superman
-- An Affinity for Beachfront Property: Shooting Superman
-- Superman on the Farm
-- Superman in the City
-- Superman in Peril
-- The Joy of Lex: Menacing Superman
-- He's Always Around: Wrapping Superman
"Resurrecting Jor-El" Featurette
-- 3D rendering of Marlon Brando's face for the Fortress of Solitude scene
Superman Returns comes to DVD on November
For movie clips, movie stills, the trailers, TV spots, review, movie info
and synopsis, go to the Superman
Returns Movie Page.
Stay tuned for updates.