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Blu-Ray Content & Promo
"Panel to Screen (Promo)" 1:02
Promo for larger set of featurettes, documenting the entire production of this hit film.
Creative Content for blu-ray release on June 9, contains 92 min of programing.
Episode 1 of 9
The series follows the journey of a 35+ year old woman’s search for happiness. After losing her job, Stephanie Rogers begins the search for happiness. She reflects on the choices she made in her 20′s that led her to unhappiness and regret in her 30′s.www.YouTube.com/Season 1
"The Voyage Continues" 41:20
Elucidates how this new series for Fox was built upon the foundation forged by Carl Sagan, while offering some fun behind the scenes looks at how things were filmed with new host, Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Episode 6 of 6
Bonnie and Chris are breaking up - but not with each other. In a knowing, jaded 21st century, can two middle-aged romantics find true love flowering through the cracks of divorce? This hilarious new US web series tries to find out! Stars Bonnie Burroughs (Justified, Desperate Housewives, CSI:NY) and Christopher Hatfield (Ratchet & Clank game series). Web-TV at its best!
Editor Eps 3 of 6
"Building A World" 12:00
Cast and crew discuss envisioning the future, constructing it for the screen, and the importance of creating a fully realized future history.
"Return to the Homeland" 7:52
A look at the Israeli locations that stood in for Beirut in the opening arc of Showtime's Homeland season 2.
Pitch Reel / Sizzle Reel
Pitch reel for 10 part doc series on saving the world's most endangered natural environments.
"Not In My Town: Making The Last Stand" 28:09
Arnold Schwarzenegger's first staring return to action film. Director, Kim Jee-Woon's first US based film. An EPK-fest with interviews and behind the scenes footage.
On the Shoulders of Giants tells the story of The Harlem Rens - the greatest basketball team you've never heard of. In 1939 the world of professional basketball was segregated and "colored" teams could not compete against white teams, nor vie for league championships. The Harlem Rens were the best of the black teams yearning for a chance at a national championship. The players not only beat tremendous odds - from pervasive racism to the Great Depression - but became the first world champions of professional basketball when they defeated every other team, (including the best white teams) for this coveted title and until now their story has remained relatively unknown.www.hollywoodreporter.com
"Day of Chaos: The Visual Effects of Dredd" 15:21
A look at the cool VFX featured in Dredd 3D. Use of a new handheld 3D camera that was utilized for the film's extreme close-ups, as well as the highspeed that did the slo-mo effects.
"Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright" 8:35
This featurette discusses the extraordinary CG work that went into fashioning a photo-realistic tiger to play Richard Parker in the movie. With lots of side-by-side comparisons between the the fine points of live tiger training used for reference in the lifeboat set with the computer-generated one that appears in the frame with actor Suraj Sharma.
"Surviving The Game" 2:24:55
An incredibly in depth and informative compendium of nine featurettes that address virtually every aspect of the film, from the adaptive process through the special effects, stunts and production design.
For the “Jungle” sequence, the production moved to Hawaii where the actual “Hunger Games” part was filmed. Hawaii was perfect due to its exotic locale, yet industrialized enough where they could transport in film equipment, etc. www.hometheaterforum.comwww.dvdtalk.com
"Delivering The Baby" 88:29
This feature-length documentary closely explores the creation of the season's finale. A good portion involves actors’ responses to Lem’s death, which inspired them creatively but saddened them emotionally. We learn plenty about the creative implications of killing Lem and where it may take the show in the future. It’s also great to hear Forrest Whitaker discuss his opinion of Kavanaugh, which varies considerably from the typical fan hatred. This wonderful feature concludes with a moving goodbye to Johnson on the set, which showcases the series’ familial environment. www.digitallyobsessed.com
"Redemption: Bringing Warrior to Life" 31:57
This features director Gavin O’Connor, writer Anthony Tambakis, stars Nick Nolte, Tom Hardy, and Joel Edgerton, stunt coordinator J.J. Perry, and advisor Greg Jackson all describing the amount of work which went into the making of the movie. With neither Edgerton and especially Hardy an experienced athlete in the sport, much time is spent showing their training and routine.
"We Are Not Who We Are: Making The Cabin in the Woods" 28:33
Unlike other discs that pass off EPK and promotional footage for "making-of" featurettes, this meaty special feature truly takes you through the production process. Goddard and Whedon explain how they locked themselves in a hotel room for days while they cranked out a full first draft of the screenplay. They explain casting, what made it so hard and how they ultimately benefited from having "The God of Thunder" in their film. Follow the crew through the foibles of the shoot and catch some awesome unused footage from the "chaos on every screen" climax. For those Whedonites who despise his desire to kill off beloved characters, hear Mr. Whedon himself confront the issue and complaints. www.highdefdigest.com
"Children of the Atom" 69:48
[An] incredibly well made feature-length documentary covering the making of X-Men: First Class. It is broken down into several segments (much like the X Marks the Spot) with decent length coverage of various production elements. It covers a lot of ground ... It's reasonably comprehensive and it is never boring. Not even for a second. Any fan of X-Men: First Class will want to watch the documentary and that's an impressive accomplishment. www.dvdtalk.com
"Anatomy of an Episode: 'The Jerk" 21:24
An in-depth look into the making of an episode for seaon 5 of House.
Short documentary on Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E and their history at the release of the West Koasta Nostra album.
Sizzle for film year 2012.
Sizzle reel for Sony, Django Unchained marketing sales campaign.
"Dark Skies: You Have Been Chosen" 5:53
"Close Enough to Kill: The Making of Plush" 15:49
The current understanding of environmental issues, potential future problems and the concept of climate change, various modern calamitous events and developments as well as their ramifications, possible effects, methods that can be taken to change matters and movements in that direction, efforts from US lawmakers and our society’s legacy. “Force” presents a disturbing look at the situation. It certainly doesn’t paint a pretty picture about the current situation and prospects for the future, especially since the participants don’t seem all that optimistic politicians and corporations will do what’s necessary. “Force” provides a good broad look at the various issues and depicts the concerns well.
"The Warrior’s Code: Filming The Fighter" 29:57
[This] isn't so much a making-of featurette, but a true exploration of the Eklund family, and how that combustible interplay was fitted for the big screen. Interviews with cast and crew describe emotions and ambitions, but the real power here is found in the BTS footage, where the real Eklund brothers are revealed in full, making the final film performances all the more miraculous. This is a textured, communicative exploration of the moviemaking effort. A gem of a BTS featurette.www.dvdtalk.com
A documentary about the making of John Huston's 'The African Queen.'
A documentary about the life and art of visual effects pioneer Peter Ellenshaw.
Episode 15 of 26
Meet the men behind the Elektra comics and appearances in Marvel Comics, including Frank Miller of 'Sin City' fame. We see the origins of the character, her comic book resurrection, artistic choices in coloring and drawing the femme fatale from a few different generations of creators, as well as dissections of storylines that were never used that would flesh out the character, as well as character analyzation compared to other similar characters, like Wolverine.
About Marvel Comics in the early Sixties and the development of the Fantastic Four and its characters. Moving decade by decade, we hear from over a dozen Marvel artists (writers, inkers, editors, etc.) on the origins, development, and significance of the company's first superhero group comic book.
Episode 3 of 13
Part 1 (29min segment)
An exhaustive investigation into the ongoing effects of the Water Wars depicted in Chinatown. Part one fleshes out the film's historical background, correcting some of its more blatant fictions and distortions. Among the roster of talking heads and participants, Robert Towne is on hand to tour the Department of Water and Power's main aqueduct, and William Mulholland's granddaughter reminisces about her grandfather and his legacy. Part two explores the social and environmental devastation inflicted on Owens Valley, where the bulk of Los Angeles's water supply originates. Part three examines the Los Angeles River, its history and current conditions, effectively skewing near the end into an advocacy piece on conservancy and resource management.
Episode 13 of 24
A look at prolific comic book artist Jack Kirby’s life and work as well as thoughts about his material and influence. Part-biography, part-tribute, the documentary assumes some foreknowledge of comic books, particularly Kirby's work, but sheds much light on the integral artist behind the series The Fantastic Four, with an immense cast of interview subjects. We hear mostly from comic book artists, but also from Kirby's grown-up kids and business partner, all of whom speak with clear admiration. Praise is heaped, memories are shared, and shortcomings are acknowledged. One comes away with a real sense of knowing this individual so influential to the field.