I hope someone will buy it for me because I would hate to be seen buying a Brett Ratner film in public!!

“X-Men” DVD set for October 3 release
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – The year’s second-biggest movie is going to kick off the fourth-quarter DVD-selling season.
20th Century Fox is expected to announce Friday that “X-Men: The Last Stand,” which grossed $233 million at the box office, will arrive on DVD on October 3 in two extras-laden editions.
The highlight of the third “X-Men” movie’s DVD debut: three alternative endings, each with optional commentary by director Brett Ratner. The single-disc DVD release also includes 10 deleted scenes; audio commentaries from Ratner, the writers and the producers; a preview of the upcoming Ben Stiller movie “A Night at the Museum;” and two hidden “Easter eggs,” one of the Beast reciting Shakespeare and the other of the X-Jet landing in Washington.
Fox also is preparing a collector’s edition that includes an exclusive 100-page commemorative book with an all-new story penned by Marvel Comics master Stan Lee. It is his first original Marvel Comics book in five years.
In addition, Fox is packaging all three “X-Men” movies into a trilogy pack.
Paramount has already slotted “Over the Hedge” (box office: $151.7 million, No. 7 for the year) for October 17, while Fox has snagged the lucrative pre-Thanksgiving date of November 21 for “Ice Age: The Meltdown” ($194.9 million, No. 5).
Of the year’s seven other top 10 theatrical releases, “Mission: Impossible III” ($133.5 million, No. 8), “Click” ($129.4 million, No. 9) and “The Break-Up” ($117.1 million, No. 10) are likely contenders for October, sources said.
“Superman Returns” ($180.2 million, No. 6) is a good bet for November, sources said, as are “The Da Vinci Code” ($215.9 million, No. 4) and “Cars” ($230.8 million, No. 3).
The wild card: “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” the year’s box office champ with theatrical earnings of $330.4 million — and counting. While observers predict a December DVD release date, as was the case for “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” in 2003, they said nothing is certain, particularly if the film’s box office momentum continues.