Star Trek Original Series on Blu-ray, Looney Tunes, Spider-Man & X-Men Cartoons
-- Unlocking the Code: This interactive picture-in-picture (I-PIP) feature will let you discover even more about THE DA VINCI CODE as you are enjoying the film. Once inside Unlocking the Code, keep an eye on the symbols that appear across the top of the screen. Each gives you direct access to trivia and behind the scenes footage that you can unlock with a click of your remote. When a symbol illuminates, just select it and hit enter to play. The footage, facts or images you've selected will appear on screen as you continue to watch the film.
-- I-PiP streams include:
* Interviews: Hear from filmmakers and the cast.
* B-roll: Observe the action behind the scenes.
* Prop Talk: Learn how props were made.
* Storyboards: See the shots before the cameras rolled.
* Photos: Behind the scenes snapshots.
* Location Trivia: Fun facts about the different locations in the film.
* Langdon's Journey: Keep track of Langdon's every move.
* Symbols & Codes: discover hidden symbols put in place by filmmakers, including the enlightening Alchemic Journeys of our two heroes.
-- New Commentary on Selected Scenes with Ron Howard
* First Day on the Set with Ron Howard
* The Filmmakers' Journey Part 1
* The Filmmakers' Journey Part 2
* A Discussion With Dan Brown
* A Portrait of Langdon
* The Codes of THE DA VINCI CODE
* Who is Sophie Neveu?
* The Music of THE DA VINCI CODE
* Unusual Suspects
* Book To Screen
* Magical Places
* The Da Vinci Props
* Close-up on Mona Lisa
* The Da Vinci Sets
* Re-creating Works of Art
* Scoring THE DA VINCI CODE
* The Visual Effects World of THE DA VINCI CODE
HOTEL FOR DOGS on DVD and Blu-ray
HOTEL FOR DOGS is a funny, heartwarming and inspiring animal adventure that shows how far love and imagination can take you, from Paramount Home Ent. When 16-year old, Andi (Roberts), and her younger brother Bruce (Austin) find themselves in a foster home with a strict "no pets" policy, they must use their quick wit to find a new home for their dog, Friday. When they stumble into an abandoned hotel, they realize they can transform it into the perfect place for Friday -- as well as all the strays in the city. What began as a crusade to save one dog becomes a high stakes adventure as everyone around them starts to wonder -- who let the dogs in.
The film features vfx from Animal Makers and Proof.
Special Features Include:
-- Commentary by Thor Freudenthal, Ewan "Jack" Leslie, Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin
-- A Home For Everyone: The Making Of HOTEL FOR DOGS
-- That's The Coolest Thing I've Ever Seen!
-- K-9 Casting
-- Deleted Scenes: At The Pawn Shop, Checks and Labor, Lois Singing, Photographic Memory, Sean & Jeanine, Vacation and Rescue, Theme Song, Ruff, Ruff, Ruff
-- Theatrical Trailer #2
-- Photo Galleries: On-Set Action, Puppy Love, Dog People
Looney Tunes Movie Collection: LOONEY, LOONEY, LOONEY BUGS BUNNY MOVIE on DVD
Cartoon lovers would be crazy not to get their hands on a copy of the upcoming feature-length release, LOONEY TUNES MOVIE COLLECTION: LOONEY, LOONEY, LOONEY BUGS BUNNY MOVIE, which will be released by Warner Home Video April 28, 2009. This rollicking and rambunctious collection features a compilation of classic LOONEY TUNES shorts produced by legendary animator, Friz Freleng. This single-disc release will retail for $14.98 SRP.
The ear-repressible Bugs Bunny takes top billing in this rip-roaring feature-length romp through some of the wackiest cartoon classics. Titled LOONEY TUNES MOVIE COLLECTION: LOONEY, LOONEY, LOONEY BUGS BUNNY MOVIE, this film is cleverly comprised of three parts. Each portion features a collection of legendary cartoon shorts that are bridged with new material. The result is a seamless work of animated art that takes viewers on a mad cap adventure a la LOONEY TUNES style!