Back in April, Amazon sent an e-mail to customers claiming that Avengers: Age of Ultron was available for pre-order on DVD and Blu-ray and would include an “extended edition”. The online retailer quickly retracted that statement saying that nothing had been officially confirmed by Disney and/or Marvel. Now, director Joss Whedon has had his say on the upcoming Avengers 2 DVD and can confirm that there will be no extended or director’s cut of the film, mostly because he’s “super f---king lazy”.
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Here’s some good news for your friends and #family: Universal has officially announced a special extended edition of Furious 7, which will arrive in stores this September. Along with a longer version of the film, you’ll also get over 90 minutes of bonus materials. That’s enough time to drink at least three Coronas. The studio has also released a trailer to get you properly revved up for the home release.
Both Arrow Season 3 and The Flash set up quite a few Legends to live up to this fall, but even with Comic-Con 2015 ahead to give us a sense of the DC dramas’ future, hungry fans await an opportunity to catch up with Oliver Queen and the Scarlet Speedster’s most recent CW capers. Enter the full description and artwork of the September Blu-ray / DVD releases for both Arrow Season 3 and The Flash’s first run!
July may be a major month at the theater, but if you’re looking for an investment, there are plenty of great films hitting shelves next month that are well worth your time and dollars. Along with acclaimed indies like Clouds of Sils Maria and It Follows, July’s new releases also include this year’s best sci-fi film (so far), Ex Machina. Read on for our guide to the new DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in July.
Jurassic World just opened to a record-breaking $209 million opening weekend, but Universal Pictures doesn’t want you forgetting how much you (seemingly) loved the movie. Just five days after it hit theaters, they’ve already announced a Limited Edition Gift Set that includes a 3D Blu-ray, standard Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD and a collectible bust that’s...actually kinda of a spoiler.
We know there are lots of great options at the movie theater next month, but when you’re not busy seeing Avengers: Age of Ultron or Mad Max: Fury Road, you might want to take in a movie in the privacy of your own home. You’re in luck because there are just as many great options hitting DVD and Blu-ray in May. Read on for our guide to what’s hitting shelves next month.
Avengers: Age of Ultron doesn’t hit American theaters for another week, but Marvel’s latest superhero epic opens today in many theaters around the world. This means that you need to tread cautiously if you want to avoid spoilers, but it also means that Amazon.co.uk is already offering its users the chance to pre-order the film on Blu-ray and DVD. We know that the window between theatrical and home releases are shrinking, but that’s just ludicrous. However, it’s the details about the disc that should get fans stroking their chins and saying “Hmmm.”
The Walking Dead Season 5 is barely cold in the ground by Sunday’s “Conquer”-ing finale, but already the AMC drama has you covered on the next marathon re-watch. Get ready for The Walking Dead Season 6 with the official Season 5 Blu-ray and DVD release this August!
The time has come to prepare your wallets for another month of home video releases. April brings a few more of last year’s awards season favorites, as well as a couple of great horror films and some good indies for you cinephiles out there. Read on for our guide to the new DVD and Blu-ray releases hitting shelves this April.
In year already filled with high-profile box-office flops, Mortdecai is definitely in the running for the most spectacular of the bunch, challenged only by Jupiter Ascending. If we were to count every reason this Johnny Depp comedy bombed with critics and audiences, we’d need a few hands, but we can boil it down to one key factor: It looked about as obnoxious as movies can get. But Lionsgate seems to think that the film’s R-rating may have been to blame, hence their unusual decision to recut the film into a family-friendly PG-13 version for its VOD release.