Don’t worry, this won’t be the last version of this film

To the Extreme!!!!!!!!!!!
What to do when you have no more back catalog to flog and none of your new movies make any money? Well, you release your biggest hit on DVD again and again (and again and again and again and again and again and again).
Just announced from Artisan Entertainment are the initial specs for the new Terminator 2: Judgment Day – The Extreme Edition. Due on June 3rd, this one comes only two years after the so-called Ultimate Edition (uh-huh), and is obviously a tie-in with the upcoming Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.
But this release actually boasts a number of new extras, and perhaps most exciting (or infuriating) to fans who bought the other editions, a newly-remastered transfer.
What Artisan says sets this one apart is a new frame-by-frame digital restoration and 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer downconverted from a new hi-def master (of the extended cut of the film – the original theatrical version is not included), a brand-new audio commentary from director James Cameron and William Wysher, an interactive mode that takes viewers behind the process of how the 12-year-old digital-effects-pioneering film was made, other documentaries and featurettes on various aspects of the film, and extensive ROM extras including a software tool that allows users to morph their digital images into a T-1000 or T-800 Terminator. This two-disc set comes packaged in an embossed “endoskeleton” metal casing and retails for $29.95.