When found out not that long ago that the Blu-ray and DVD for "Prometheus," due out sometime in October, would contain 30 minutes of deleted and extended scenes, it sent our minds racing as to what might be included.
Would we find out what's up with the skinny looking Engineer? Maybe we'd find out why Shaw and Vickers couldn't run perpendicular to the rolling space ship.
Anyway, the folks over at Bleeding Cool managed to uncover a list of the scenes included on the disc, plus their runtimes. To see the full list, click after the jump!
In honor of Uniersal's 100th anniversary, many of their classics are getting Blu-ray treatment, but none of their releases compares to the HD version of the mother of all blockbusters, "Jaws."
The new release of Steven Spielberg's first mega-hit packs a full restoration, in addition to four hours of bonus features and an all new feature-length documentary "The Shark Is Still Working."
To celebrate the release, we have an exclusive clip from that documentary. In it, the cast recalls improvising scenes on set while they waited for the shark to be ready.
One memorable scene in particular came straight out of those ad-libbing sessions. As Roy Scheider recalls in the clip, he had been sitting between takes with his young co-star Jay Mello, who played Brody's son Sean, when the boy started mimicking him. Scheider found the game so charming that he convinced Spielberg to include it.
The Blu-ray edition of "Jaws" hits shelves on August 14.
By Ashleigh Schmitz
It's probably been a little while since your last Josh Hutcherson fix, but lucky for you, there's "Detention," which comes out today on Blu-ray and DVD. In this clip from the movie, you can get a look at Hutcherson talking about life after graduating, dating, and the slasher movie killer wreaking havoc on the student body, Cinderhella—all normal high school topics—with Shanley Caswell while riding together on a skateboard.
The horror-comedy flick, which premiered at SXSW in 2011 and hit theaters last April, follows a group of high school seniors through their last days of school as they deal with final exams, prom, detention, and the aforementioned serial killer. From the context of the clip (and the trailer), we'd say Hutcherson and Caswell haven't found themselves locked in detention—from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on the day of prom, when the killer is probably going to strike—just yet.
To find out what happens and who survives, check out "Detention" on Blu-Ray and DVD today.
In honor of Harry Potter's 32nd birthday, MTV Movies Blog is proud to bring you an exclusive clip from the upcoming ultimate Blu-ray and DVD collection, "Harry Potter Wizard's Collection."
In the clip above, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Alfonso Cuarón look back at the making of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," when the series' original director, Chris Columbus, stepped down.
Learn more about the collection after the jump!
Pick of the Week
"Singin' in the Rain" (1952)
Director: Stanley Donen
Cast: Gene Kelly
, Donald O'Connor
, Debbie Reynolds
Story: Hollywood, 1927: the silent-film romantic team of Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) and Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen) is the toast of Tinseltown. While Lockwood and Lamont personify smoldering passions onscreen, in real life the down-to-earth Lockwood can't stand the egotistical, brainless Lina. He prefers the company of aspiring actress Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds), whom he met while escaping his screaming fans.
For Jennifer Westfeldt's latest film, "Friends With Kids," she cast her husband, Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Chris O'Dowd, and Adam Scott as a group of friends living in the city, on the brink of parenthood. Considering that ensemble, it isn't hard to imagine the mood on set during shooting.
"Dour," Scott told us. "Obviously."
"Friends With Kids" hits Blu-ray and DVD today, and we have an exclusive look at the bloopers from the disc. You can also check out our full interview with Adam Scott after the jump!
High jinks lovers are in luck because today marks the release of "The Three Stooges" on DVD and Blu-Ray. To celebrate the occasion, we are pleased to present a featurette clip courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment from the DVD/Blu-Ray, featuring some familiar members of the MTV family.
In the movie, we find Chris Diamantopoulos's character, Moe — one-third of the titular Stooge trio — joining the cast of MTV's "Jersey Shore." Moe may have received his very own "Jersey Shore" inspired nickname ("Dyna-Moe"), however as the featurette clip reminds us, the arrangement is hardly smooth sailing for everyone involved.
This behind-the-scenes look from "The Three Stooges" special features lets viewers get a peek at "Jersey Shore" cast working on the movie, and fans also have a chance to hear from directors/co-writers Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly who comment on the positive experience they had working with the reality TV cast.
By Meg Malone
Everyone's favorite archaeologist-action-star is coming back in a high-definition way. The upcoming "Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures" is a Blu-Ray release of all four films starring Harrison Ford as the titular hero and will be available on September 18.
A new trailer for the collection revisits scenes from the films and dishes what viewers can find among the discs of this new collection. If bonus features are your thing, then you'll be pleased to know that the trailer promises there's seven hours worth of them to be found here, including additional footage and behind-the-scenes looks on set. The trailer reveals that "The Complete Adventures" will also include new special features only to be found in this collection.
Sit-down interviews with Ford and director Steven Spielberg are briefly sampled in the trailer, so it'll be interesting to see who else may pop up to share their memories of putting together these films.
Pick of the Week
Director: Kenneth Lonergan
Cast: Anna Paquin
, Matt Damon
, Mark Ruffalo
Story: Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret stars Anna Paquin stars as Lisa, an emotionally immature, overly-articulate 17-year-old Manhattanite with an emotionally carnivorous actress for a mother and a distant businessman father who lives on the West Coast with his new, younger wife.
If you pre-ordered your "Prometheus" Blu-ray all the way back in May or early June before the film came out in order to get a free movie ticket, we actually have some good news for you. Whether you're a fan of "Prometheus" is entirely up to you, but there is no doubting that the recently announced full feature list for the disc totally kicks ass.
Ridley Scott spoke briefly during the promotional interviews for "Prometheus" about the amount of deleted scenes that would end up on the Blu-ray. The first description of the contents (via Collider) confirms that a total of 15 minutes of cut and alternate scenes will be on the disc.
On top of that, "Prometheus" also comes packed with 18 minutes of viral videos made for the film, including a longer cut of the TED talk featuring normal-aged Guy Pearce and the instant-classic "Happy Birthday, David" video.