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Big New Titles To Buy, Own And Spend Your Money On
The Farrelly Brothers’ There’s Something About Mary was a blockbuster with audiences.
Now Fox will give the smash sleeper comedy a new two-disc special edition, available in separate 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen and full screen versions, each with tons of extras.
Disc one features audio commentary by the Farrelly Brothers (taken from the previous DVD) plus a brand-new commentary by the pair, another commentary by writers Ed Decter and John J. Strauss, 13 deleted and extended scenes with commentary accessible via seamless branching, plus the original claymation opening credits. Disc two includes the “Getting Behind Mary” documentary with diary footage, the AMC Backstory: There’s Something About Mary, Comedy Central’s Reel Comedy featurettes “Best Fight: Ben Stiller and Puffy the Dog,” “Up a tree with Jonathan Richmond,” “Franks & Beans: A Conversation with W. Earl Brown,” “Exposing Themselves: Ben Stiller Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon, Chris Elliot,” “Touchdown: A Conversation with Brett Favre,” “Interview Roulette with Harland Williams,” a√≤d “Puffy, Boobs and Balls,” the “Mary Marketing” still gallery, foreign language clips, “Everyday Should Be A Holiday” music video, outtakes, a karaoke version of “Buttercup,” something called “Behind the Zipper,” trailers and 13 TV spots.
Retail is $26.95 and street date May 13th.
Other New Titles Coming Soon
Hitting stores on April 8th are the recent indie dramas Paid in Full and The Other Side of Heaven, and streeting April 15th, the acclaimed drama Rabbit-Proof Fence from director Philip Noyce.
And although everyone knew it was coming, Disney has officially announced an October 2003 arrival for the third in its Platinum Collection of animated classics, The Lion King. Currently enjoying an IMAX theatrical re-release, expect another feature-packed two-disc set.
Last but not least, bad news for P.T. Anderson fans. Originally scheduled for an April 1st release from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, the auteur’s latest quirky comedy Punch-Drunk Love has been pulled off the schedule until further notice.