I will buy it whenever it comes out!!

‘Wedding Crashers’ DVD skipping holiday rush
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – “Wedding Crashers,” the fourth-biggest movie of the year with domestic ticket sales of $204 million, will skip the holiday-selling season and instead arrive January 3 on home video.
The news comes at a time when most suppliers are pushing out their summer movies and other high-profile titles before the holidays, in the hopes of maximizing the traditionally busy fourth quarter, when the video industry generates about 40% of its yearly revenue.
“Wedding Crashers” is coming to DVD in R-rated and unrated, “Uncorked” editions. Special features include commentaries from stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and director David Dobkin; deleted scenes; a “Wedding Crashers” game; and several featurettes. The “Uncorked” edition also will include nine additional minutes of footage cut from the theatrical release.
The film will also be available on the Universal Media Disc (UMD) video format that plays on the new PSP (PlayStation Portable) handheld entertainment system.
Fox is getting a head start on the holiday-selling season by releasing “Robots,” one of the year’s biggest movies, on September 27. Of the 33 films that grossed at least $25 million in theaters between Memorial Day-Labor Day, 28 are coming to DVD before year’s end, while a 29th film, “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” likely will arrive in stores before the holidays as well, sources said.