RT on DVD: Exclusive Incredible Hulk Featurettes, New Casino Royales

Also, Playboy out of the DVD business! Won't someone think of the children?!

This week, Hulk smaaaaaaaaashes onto DVD and Blu-ray with hours of bonus content and that buzzed-about cameo by Captain America. It's also a bountiful week for James Bond fans, as Casino Royale and a six pack of classic Bond flicks make their way to Blu-ray. Read on for more of this week's hottest DVD news and releases!

1. New to DVD: The Incredible Hulk (3-disc Special Edition) - 67%
 



After earning a pretty penny at the global box office this summer, Marvel's rebooted green-skinned monster smashes his way onto DVD and Blu-ray this week with not one, not two, but three discs of Hulk-ified goodness. And trust us, those three discs are filled to the brim with special features and hours of coveted bonus footage that just might contain glimpses of a certain cameo by Captain America!

As director Louis Leterrier promised months ago, you'll get plenty of deleted scenes and unused footage on The Incredible Hulk's DVD and Blu-ray debut. Most intriguing for Marvel fans will be the film's alternate opening scene, in which the gamma-afflicted Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) travels solo through the Arctic on a suicide mission, but involuntarily Hulks out when he tries to end his life. Look for a brief shot of Captain America and his shield, frozen in the ice below.

In addition to the alternate opening and previously unseen footage, the set includes a ton of behind-the-scenes featurettes (on the effects, the Hulk and Abomination, the action sequences, and adapting it from the comics) as well as a commentary with Leterrier and cast member Tim Roth and a bonus digital copy of the film. Blu-ray buyers will get the immersive, interactive U-Control feature, as well as BD-Live features that allow you to chat and share scenes with your friends. Three-disc Special Edition ($34.98), Blu-ray disc ($39.98).

Watch the exclusive clips from the Incredible Hulk DVD release below!



Next: Let these Strangers invade your home.

Comments

tomwaitsjrHAPPYICONOCLAST

Greg Guro

Nice recap as usual Jen!

however, future what the hell happened to (and good riddance) Matthew Perry has what I'm sure is a phenomenol movie coming out called "Birds of America."

But, he is of such stuff that doesn't belong on any list, lest we here his name and go deaf, all bloody ears and eyes and scarecrow children crawling under shag carpet.

Oct 20 - 06:31 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

I will be renting Hulk tomorrow, it was a fun dumb B movie and I will pick up an evening with kevin smith 3.

Oct 20 - 06:39 PM

Product_of_You

Steven Edwards

wtf? How is it a B movie?

Oct 22 - 12:55 AM

Random_Jake

Joshua Mills

43% percent for The Strangers is higher than average? Wow horror really stinks nowadays. Of course with people throwing their money away to see Tobin Bell slaughter people it doesn't look like its going to get any better. If only there were more people in hollywood not content to just make mediocre films.

Oct 20 - 06:56 PM

tomwaitsjrHAPPYICONOCLAST

Greg Guro

I grew up in the 80s, a time when almost all horror films were 1 star to 1 1/2 star. . .

Oct 20 - 07:02 PM

blattman

Mike Greenblatt

How can you say that. The 80's brought tons of great horror such as Poltergeist, John Carpenters The Thing just to name two. The 80's were a great era for horror.

Oct 20 - 11:46 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

Also Halloween!

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

ProducerPaul

Paul Barrett

Actually, Jokerboy, Halloween was 1978. I'm just saying.

Oct 22 - 07:12 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

inactive user

Jared King

Hello, I'm the troller from box-office weekend page. Sorry about all that, I just had to state my opinion.

But enough of all that, I'll definately see The Incredible Hulk. I hated Lee's Hulk from 2003. This has to be better.

Oct 20 - 07:21 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Why is Casino Royale with Peter Sellars being re-released on DVD. I was convinced everyone hated it. Oh well. Expelled looks rather boring.

But, seriously Anaconda 3! The first was lousy! As for Knight Rider, it has a terrible plot. But might be one of the best worst shows ever.

Oct 20 - 07:27 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Heffy you're a smart guy, give this up. If it was sick years ago, it's sick now! But after seeing Iron Man, I think Robert Downey Jr. should play young Heffy and Stan Lee old Heffy. Okay I'm kidding about Stan Lee, but his cameo was hilarious.

Pinnochio is a classic, I'm going to try to get.

Oct 20 - 07:30 PM

inactive user

Jared King

And for the people who wanted to ban me for trolling. Boo to you! You'd only be banning me because I have a different opinion than you.

Pinnochio is a classic, and I'd lve to own it. Did I say that already.

Oct 20 - 07:47 PM

Some guy you dont know

Bruce Campbell

Wait... Does the three disc version of Hulk have the ''70ish'' minutes of extra footage that the director reported along time ago?

Oh and 43 is clearly above avarage. What about the days when people used math?

Oct 20 - 07:55 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Hugh- " I can't put my stuff on the internet. That's just wrong."

Seriously, he's wierd.

Oct 20 - 07:55 PM

inactive user

Jared King

43 clearly above average? It's less than half

Oct 20 - 08:07 PM

inactive user

Jared King

I'm not knocking The Strangers though. One of my favorite movies only has 45 percent. But then again, you never said you like it, Bruce Campbell.

Oct 20 - 09:03 PM

AntonChigurh

Chris Scharlau

Im gonna get hulk next week, the strangers was lousy and i'll never see it agian.

Oct 20 - 09:07 PM

RamALamADingDong

That Guy

I pre-ordered my 3-Disc Hulk on Amazon and got it today. To bad I sent it to my mother's while I'm off to college for the week. I get it a day early and I can't enjoy it till a day after.

Oct 20 - 09:52 PM

ZenFan

Dylan Hair

I loved both The Incredible Hulk and The Strangers. I was real bummed Hulk didn't do better than it did. It should have been a more mega-hit. It was well made, and had a very nice dramatic sub-plot that showed in scenes like that amazing cave scene, I'm getting it. The Strangers scared me actually cause of the ending, it was just weird, and very effective, I think that director is going to have a good career. Anyway I'll be getting those two, two of my favorites this year

Oct 20 - 10:02 PM

DivineCC

Bill Pyle

The author is not saying that 43% is above average in general and for everything. The author is saying that 43% is above average for the horror genre. Was that really that hard to grasp?

Oct 20 - 10:06 PM

blattman

Mike Greenblatt

How can you say that. The 80's brought tons of great horror such as Poltergeist, John Carpenters The Thing just to name two. The 80's were a great era for horror.

Oct 20 - 11:46 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

Also Halloween!

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

ProducerPaul

Paul Barrett

Actually, Jokerboy, Halloween was 1978. I'm just saying.

Oct 22 - 07:12 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

Random_Jake

Joshua Mills

I realize what the author was saying. I was saying if above average is 43% for the horror genre hollywood clearly has too much fake blood to go around.

Oct 21 - 07:34 AM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

Also Halloween!

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

ProducerPaul

Paul Barrett

Actually, Jokerboy, Halloween was 1978. I'm just saying.

Oct 22 - 07:12 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Oct 21 - 07:56 AM

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