Criterion’s April titles include Coppola’s Rumble Fish and Wim Wenders’ Buena Vista Social Club https://t.co/1PmfiylRaB
In announcement news today, Millennium Entertainment has just set Peter Landesman’s JFK assassination drama, Parkland, for release on Blu-ray and DVD on 11/5 (SRP $24.99 and $19.99). The film stars Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton and Paul Giamatti. Extras will include deleted scenes. You can find the cover art below.
Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox has set a Futurama: The Complete Series DVD Gift Set for release on 12/10, along with Futurama: Volume Eight on both Blu-ray and DVD that same day. Volume Eight will include audio commentary on all episodes and 3 featurettes (Precious Trimmings: A Compendium of Deleted Scenes, Futurama University and Inside Futurama: The Writers’ Room of Tomorrow). The Complete Series will include all eight volumes, all the feature-length adventures and an exclusive “2014/3014” calendar.
Sony will release The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones on Blu-ray Combo pack, DVD and Digital on 12/3. Extras will include deleted scenes, 2 featurettes (Bringing Them to Life and Descendants of the Cup), a music video and (on Blu-ray exclusively) the Interactive Lineage Tracker and 3 more featurettes (Deadly Attraction, Entering the Shadow World and Into the Shadows: From Book to Screen).
Warner Home Video has set a Million Dollar Baby: 10th Anniversary Edition for Blu-ray release on 2/4/14 (SRP $19.98). Additional details will follow.
Also, Shout! Factory and Scream Factory have confirmed the 12/17 Blu-ray release of The Beast Within and Crawlspace.
Lionsgate has set Living by the Gun for release on DVD and digital on 1/7/14.
Arc Entertainment has set Bounty Killer for release on Blu-ray and DVD on 10/29.
And Anchor Bay Films has set Jayne Mansfield’s Car for Blu-ray and DVD release on 12/10.
Here’s a look at the Blu-ray cover artwork for Millennium’s Parkland, Fox’s Futurama: Volume Eight and Futurama: The Complete Series DVD Gift Set (we’ll post a larger image of the box when we have it), and Sony’s The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones...
- Bill Hunt