DVD Releases For August 19, 2008
--Storyboard Animatic -- Featuring the storyboard sequence of the school session where Cromartie attacks and John narrowly escapes
--Summer Glau Dance Rehearsal
--Extended Director's Cut of Episode "The Demon Hand"
HANNAH MONTANA AND MILEY CYRUS: BEST OF BOTH WORLDS 3-D CONCERT On DVD And Blu-ray
The sold-out concert event that rocked the nation is bursting onto Disney DVD and Blu-ray Disc for a limited time only in a two-disc extended edition with a 3-D concert experience so real it's like having a backstage pass. "Make Some Noise" and get ready for the year's most eye-popping dance-in-your-seat music experience with HANNAH MONTANA & MILEY CYRUS BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT MOVIE, compete with 3-D glasses. For the first time ever Miley performs as herself and Hannah in the same epic show. With a special appearance by the Jonas Brothers and exclusive bonus features including a sing-along mode additional songs and a rare inside look into the rock star lives of Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers this movie sensation is "as close as you'll come to achieving the best of both worlds" (Elizabeth Weitzman NEW YORK DAILY NEWS).
Special Features Include;
--The Ultimate Personal Tour -- Hang Out with Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers during the tour
--Additional songs not seen in theaters
JANE AND THE DRAGON: A DRAGON'S TALE On DVD
In the ninth-century English kingdom of Kippernium, adolescent girls are typically raised to be ladies-in-waiting. But Jane isn't exactly the kingdom's typical 12-year-old girl. No, she has much higher aspirations -- life as a brave knight. So, when Jane rescues Prince Cuthbert from a not-so-ferocious dragon, she's granted special permission to begin training as a knight's apprentice with the gentle, wisecracking dragon by her side. And thus begins the fun-filled, flammable and memorable tales of the fair maiden, Jane Turnkey, and her best-friend, Dragon. And, on August 19, Shout! Factory catapults JANE AND THE DRAGON: A DRAGON'S TALE onto DVD for the first time in a single disc release featuring the first five episodes from this animated series adapted from Martin Baynton's popular children's books. Priced at $14.99, the DVD also features a cornucopia of extras fit for a king.
As seen on NBC, ION, Telemundo and qubo, JANE AND THE DRAGON translates the wonderful stories and whimsical illustrations of Baynton's books into an astonishing world of 3D computer-generated animation, using the latest in motion-capture technology and the award-winning talents of Weta Workshop (THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, KING KONG). And whether Jane and Dragon are searching the world for other elusive dragons, playing bandyball and rock, parchment and sword or getting into trouble throughout the kingdom, this series features lovable characters, engaging storylines, and wit reminiscent of the SHREK series.
Presented with both English and Spanish language tracks and in 5.1 Surround Sound, JANE AND THE DRAGON also features these extras:
--The Art Of Jane And The Dragon -- Narrated by Richard Taylor
--Original Concept Art
--Printable Coloring Page (PC/Mac Compatible)
THE SCORPION KING 2: RISE OF A WARRIOR On DVD And Blu-ray
See how the legend of the SCORPION KING began. When a young Mathayus witnesses his father's death at the hands of the king (UFC Champion Randy Couture), his quest for vengeance transforms him into the most feared warrior of the ancient world. From the director of RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION and HIGHLANDER comes a heroic adventure filled with heart-stopping action and thrilling visual effects, all from Universal Studios Home Ent.
DVD Special Features Include:
--The Making Of THE SCORPION KING 2: RISE OF A WARRIOR: An inside look at the making of the film, featuring interviews with director Russell Mulcahy and actors Randy Couture, Michael Copon, Karen David, Natalie Becker, and other key members of the cast and crew.
--Fight Like An Akkadian: Black Scorpion Training Camp: Stunt fight coordinator "Mo" Marais takes us through the intricacies of Black Scorpion warrior training and demonstrates some of the moves he used to create the true Akkadian-fighting style.