Watchmen, Coraline, 300 & Pushing Daisies on DVD/Blu-ray
-- Digital Copy Of CORALINE -- Transfer the included digital copy to your iPod, Mac or PC and experience CORALINE anywhere, anytime!
Single-Disc DVD, 2-Disc Collector's Edition DVD and Blu-ray Special Features Include:
-- Feature Commentary With Director Henry Selick & Composer Bruno Coulais
PUSHING DAISIES: The Complete Second Season on DVD
The most dazzling flower blooming in the TV-on-DVD landscape this summer promises to be PUSHING DAISIES, whose second season is set for release July 21, 2009 on both DVD and Blu-ray hi-def from Warner Home Video (WHV). Titled PUSHING DAISIES: The Complete Second Season, this Emmy Award-winning series follows the unusual story of Ned, a young pie maker who's able to revive the dead. This DVD will feature all 13 delightful episodes from this clever and imaginative show, as well as a generous helping of never-before-seen bonus features. This release will retail for $39.98 SRP (standard DVD) and $49.99 SRP (Blu-ray).
The plot thickens with a delicious mix of secrets and mysteries in Season Two of PUSHING DAISIES. Olive Snook (Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth) joins a convent in order to keep Lily's (Emmy winner Swoosie Kurtz) secret about Chuck's (Anna Friel) real birth mother. Chuck becomes more independent and moves out of Ned's (Lee Pace) apartment. Ned learns he has identical twin half-brothers and also receives news of his estranged father. Detective Emerson Cod (Chi McBride) secretly yearns for his long lost daughter. Chuck does her best to dodge her aunts, Lily and Vivian (Tony Award nominee Ellen Greene), who don't know she's alive. Meanwhile, Lily and Vivian wrangle over a mystery man.
During Season Two, the group's murder-solving escapades take them to the most unlikely places to solve some of the weirdest cases, including a honey-based cosmetics company where a spokesmodel is found stung to death; a circus where people keep turning up dead; a convent where a truffle-savvy nun is murdered; a Dim Sum restaurant that serves up illegal gambling; a magic castle whose main attraction dies during his act and even a lighthouse to investigate the death of its keeper.
Originally created by Bryan Fuller (DEAD LIKE ME, WONDERFALLS, HEROES), PUSHING DAISIES follows the whimsical story of Ned, a handsome, wistful pie maker who can resuscitate the dead with his touch.
However, there is a caveat to his talent. If something he's revived remains living for more than one minute, then something nearby of similar life value will die. If he touches the resurrected a second time, that life will die permanently -- a stipulation which proves to be a great strain when Ned resurrects his beautiful childhood sweetheart, Charlotte "Chuck" Charles. The results are bittersweet as they attempt to carry on a romantic relationship, and Ned is left traumatized by both his gift and his unfulfilled longing for Chuck.
Ned owns a restaurant called the Pie Hole, which he runs with kooky, lovelorn waitress Olive Snook. To earn extra money, Ned strikes a deal with the gruff but lovable private investigator Emerson Cod in which they temporarily bring murder victims back to life in order to inquire about the circumstances of their death. They use the information to solve their cases and collect reward money.
The series is narrated by Jim Dale (HARRY POTTER audio books). Among the guest stars featured in Season Two are French Stewart, Autumn Reeser, Diana Scarwid, David Arquette, Jennifer Elise Cox, Stephen Root, Wendie Malick and others.
PUSHING DAISIES originally premiered October 3, 2007 on ABC and aired for two seasons. The show earned three Golden Globe Award nominations, including Best Television Series. It was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and won three.