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Hulk On DVD/Blu-ray, Blu-ray Of Casino Royale & Sweeney Todd, Plus Looney Tunes

THE INCREDIBLE HULK debuts on DVD and Blu-ray, plus a three-disc DVD/Blu-ray edition of CASINO ROYALE, the Blu-ray release of SWEENEY TODD, plus two volumes of classic LOONEY TUNES cartoons and more.

THE INCREDIBLE HULK On DVD And Blu-ray

From the Marvel Universe of the world's most popular superheroes comes the $234.6 million worldwide summer hit that fans have been waiting for as THE INCREDIBLE HULK blasts onto DVD and Blu-ray Hi-Def from Universal Studios Home Ent. and Marvel Studios on October 21. Filled with unstoppable action, spectacular visual effects, and non-stop thrills, THE INCREDIBLE HULK is directed by Louis Leterrier and features an all-star cast including Academy Award nominees Edward Norton and Tim Roth, Liv Tyler and Academy Award winner William Hurt. The visually spectacular, super-charged release will be available in three versions: a three-disc Special Edition DVD available for a limited time; a two-disc Blu-ray release, offered in collectible 3D lenticular packaging for a limited time; and a single-disc DVD edition.

Both the Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray releases include more than two hours of bonus extras, including an exclusive, never-before-seen alternate opening and a digital copy of the film that is iPod, PC or MAC compatible. The two- disc Blu-ray set will also include all-new, interactive features including My Chat, an innovative application that allows viewers to communicate with friends and family while watching the film for a fully immersive experience.

The suspense-filled, action-packed story is the epic tale of Dr. Bruce Banner, whose life has been changed forever by a dose of gamma radiation that transforms him when provoked into the terrifying and powerful Hulk. Though pursued by military leaders intent on harnessing his unbelievable strength as a secret weapon, Banner must call upon the hero within himself to battle an equally powerful adversary, The Abomination.

VFX Supervisor Kurt Williams and VFX Producer Paul Molles oversaw about 800 shots produced by seven different facilities.

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