When it was released last year, many people didn't know what to make of "Cloud Atlas," the complex, layered film from the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer. It was too big, too odd for most mainstream audiences, but it wowed such a big portion of the critics that it seemed destined for a long life beyond its theatrical run.
Now that "Cloud Atlas" is coming to Blu-ray and DVD, the film will hopefully be able to find a bigger audience, that will be able to dive into like it needs to be.
The disc hits shelves on May 14, but we have an exclusive look at one of the behind-the-scenes featurettes. You can check out the clip in the player above!
There's something you need to know about Mark Wahlberg. He'll play a tough guy in movies like "Broken City," which hits Blu-ray and DVD today, but he can also have his more tender moments.
For example, in this exclusive deleted scene from "Broken City," Wahlberg has some quiet time with his girlfriend, played by Natalie Martinez. Her character, also named Natalie, has a film premiere that she needs to attend in L.A., but her New York-based beau, Wahlberg's Billy Taggart, doesn't want her to go alone.
It's just one of the quieter moments in what is otherwise big bang crime thriller, which also stars Russell Crowe as the mayor of NYC.
"Broken City" hits Blu-ray and DVD today, April 30.
Yesterday, MTV News exclusively debuted the alternate ending to "Silver Linings Playbook," the movie that earned Jennifer Lawrence her Academy Awards, for which we will be eternally grateful. If you're just catching it now, you are in for a real treat.
The alternate ending is essentially an extended cut of the theatrical version's original conclusion, so don't expect any crazy twist or anything. (The whole movie didn't take place in someone's head, but we'd watch that.) Pat and Tiffany still win the dance contest and find love, before heading back to the Solitano's for another Eagles game.
It's an interesting look at the ending that could have been, but more importantly, we get new Tiffany moments from Jennifer Lawrence, who is still in top form in the alternate cut.
"Silver Linings Playbook" hits Blu-ray and DVD on April 30.
When filming "Jack Reacher," Tom Cruise presented director Christopher McQuarrie with a unique problem. Most actors do not do their own stunt driving and therefore require stand-ins and crafty camera work to create the illusion that they do.
As we see in this exclusive featurette from the Best Buy edition of the "Jack Reacher" Blu-ray, Cruise required the opposite. Since the actor would be doing his own stunts, McQuarrie needed to create shots that would show off his actor behind the wheel.
The resulting chase sequence ended up looking like something we don't see a lot in movie anymore, where the shot hammers home the realness of the situation.
Learn all about it in the video above, and look for "Jack Reacher" on Blu-ray and DVD on May 7 and for digital download now!
David Chase, the famed creator of "The Sopranos," made his long-awaited feature film debut last year with "Not Fade Away," a semi-autobiographical tale of a garage band formed in 1960s New Jersey.
Since so much of the film depends on the members and characters within the band, this exclusive feature from the Blu-ray and DVD, which hits shelves on April 30, provides an interesting insight into the fabric of the story and the making of the film.
All of the stars, including "Boardwalk Empire's" Jack Huston played their own instruments for the film, so you'll be able to check out some of the behind-the-scenes skills and hear the stories how each of the cast members joined the band and the film.
"Not Fade Away" hits Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on April 30.
This past summer, a smash hit crime film opened in a handful of US cinemas with one of the hottest rises actors starring and the greatest directors of all time presenting it. Sound familiar?
At its widest in the US, "Easy Money" was screening in all of seven theaters, but make no mistake, this is a movie worth seeking out.
Originally release in its native Sweden in 2010, "Snabba Cash," as it was formerly titled, became an instant hit and spawned a sequel, with a third film out later this year, all starring future "Robocop" star Joel Kinnaman.
When "Snabba Cash" became "Easy Money" for its stateside release, Martin Scorsese attached his name as a presenter in order to attract more attention to the story of JW, a man trying to make it in the world by any means necessary.
For the DVD release of "Easy Money," we present an exclusive NSFW clip from the film. Check it out above and thank us later.
One of the true pleasures of going to the movie theater this awards season was seeing an honestly unique portrait of Abraham Lincoln put onto the screen. It was nearly impossible not to respect the amount of care and thought Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis put into their painting of a man on the cusp of history in "Lincoln."
That's why MTV Movies Blog is proud to debut this exclusive clip from the Blu-ray and DVD of "Lincoln," which hit shelves today. From a featurette on the disc, the look behind the scenes explores what Spielberg and Day-Lewis wanted to achieve with their focus biography of the 16th president of the United States.
Back in February, "Warm Bodies," the one-of-a-kind zombie rom-com, brought life to our cold, dead hearts, so now we're happy to exclusively announce that you'll be able to bring home the story of R when the movie hits Blu-ray and DVD on June 4.
To celebrate the announce, we've been given a special sneak peek at one of the disc's several behind-the-scenes extras that features Teresa Palmer, who played the love of R's afterlife, Julie.
In the clip from the special features, Palmer explains what working with Nicholas Hoult was like, even when he couldn't speak.
Click past the jump to learn more about the home video release of "Warm Bodies."
There's essentially nothing to say about "Badlands," Terrence Malick's first film, that hasn't already been said. The Bonnie and Clyde story of an impressionable young girl and the bad boy who sweeps her away from a quiet life marked the beginnings of Malick's enigmatic career and status as a master, and anyone who has seen the 1973 starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek can attest to that.
For those who haven't seen "Badlands," Criterion just gave it a proper Blu-ray release, complete with a stunning 4k digital transfer. Like Criterion's previous Malick releases, "Days of Heaven" and "The Thin Red Line," watching "Badlands" leaves you with the distinct impression that the Blu-ray edition of these particular releases is the only way to see these films at home.
Aside from the discs beautiful presentation, "Badlands" is the logical place to begin a study of Malick's films for a number of reasons. The director's first film quickly establishes the stylistic flourishes that would come to define his vision, all the while being his most accessible film. Malick's career followed a clear trajectory that makes watching his films from the beginning a richer experience and one that illustrates the growth of a visionary and a poet.
After taking in "Badlands," the disc's extras provide a world of insight that will satisfy the natural urge to know more after watching a Malick movie for the first time. "Making 'Badlands' " is a new documentary that includes interviews with Spacek and Sheen, plus you can take in a fascinating interview with Malick's editor, Billy Weber.
"Badlands" on Criterion Blu-ray is simply an experience that any movie lover cannot afford to miss.
Peter Jackson is the modern master of mainstream filmmakers who know how to connect with their core fanbase. His video diaries from the set of "The Hobbit" kept fans engaged and dying for more, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that for the first preview of the second film of the trilogy, "The Desolation of Smaug," Jackson is getting in on the action and bringing all of the fans.
Jackson will be participating in a live event at www.hobbit.com/sneak, where he will take fan questions and debut the first preview for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," but to gain access to the event, you'll have to pick up "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" on Blu-ray or DVD.
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is now available on home video.