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As they rev up for the release of The Breaking Dawn — Part 1 Extended Edition and Breaking Dawn — Part 2 on Blu-ray and DVD on March 2 new images are coming out. Behind the scenes at the nightmare wedding at EW!
Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the last screening of Austenland at the Sundace Festival. Austenland was submitted for the U.S. Dramatic competition and even though it didn’t win in its category, the film was picked up by Sony Entertainment for worldwide distribution after its premiere. Knowing that it in advance, I was expecting a great show. Having had read the book when it first came out in 2008, some of the details were a little blurry in my mind; but as I watched the film I was glad for it, because I couldn’t remember how it was supposed to end, which just added extra excitement to the plot. I am one that is hard to please when it comes to casting. But the cast couldn’t have been better. Director Jerusha Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) said that when Kerry Rusell was tied to the film, she immediately knew she had to be Jane, the main character. Hess was a big fan of Rusell back in the Mickey Mouse days and of course, the TV show Felicity. With household names like Jane Seymour, Jennifer Coolidge, etc. The film was highly anticipated and nobody disappoint. Since I had read the book I knew that this would be a romantic comedy but I’m not sure if other people in attendance knew what was coming. Everyone in the theater was double over with laughter almost the entire time. Every single character took their role to the next level and delivered funny line after funny line flawlessly. I was utterly impressed by their ability to film their scenes with a straight face. However, I predict a lot of out-takes and reel bloopers when the DVD comes out. Shannon Hale, author of Austenland was also in attendance and along with Jerusha Hess, they both answered a few questions after the film. Shannon talked about writing the screenplay along with Hess and how after that, Hess took it all from there. They talked about the chemistry among the cast members and some of the difficulties of filming abroad in 39 days. Overall, it is my impression that the small budget film will surprise moviegoers this summer. It will definitely delight Austen (and Hale) fans, and it is definitely the perfect debut for Stephenie Meyer’s Fickle Fish Production company.
Check out this great clip from the upcoming DVD.
For full details in the product. Check out the article from our friends over at Hypable. It specifically details the product at Target.
One again, the various bonus footage you will get with your DVD/Blu-Ray copy of Breaking Dawn Part 2 will vary depending upon where you buy it. Here is the break down for the versions at Target and Walmart.
At Target, if you pre-order the film you will get a free 30″ x 40″ Breaking Dawn Part 2 movie poster which Target is valuing at $9.99. The 2 disk Blu-Ray and 3 disk DVD will come with the 7 part behind the scenes feature, the director’s commentary, and a digital copy. The Blu-Ray is priced at $22.99 and the DVD at $17.99.
Over at Walmart there is no gift with purchase, but the price is lower. The Blu-Ray is going for $19.99 and the DVD for $14.96. Both of these versions appear to be the same as what you will get at Target from the look of the box cover, including the digital copy.
However Walmart is going one step further and offering something Target doesn’t have. You can order Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2 together which includes the extended edition. There are no details on the site as to the bonus features on this combined set, but Hypable is reporting that the combo set does not come with the extra features. We’re currently checking with Summit/Lionsgate for this info. The DVD is priced $22.96 at and the Blu-Ray at $24.96.
Lastly, we’ve seen many of you asking about deleted scenes from Breaking Dawn Part 2 and the concern over having to buy the film again in 6 months just to get those deleted scenes. We voiced your concerns to Summit/Lionsgate and were told that there wasn’t much footage from Part 2 that was cut – at least not enough to include a deleted scenes section on the DVD or a future extended edition. It also appears from the footage of the 7 part behind-the-scenes documentary that we might see some deleted moments in there. It might not be the answer you are looking for, but we wanted you to know that we have made sure Summit/Lionsgate has heard your concerns.
The rumors have been circulating and today we have confirmation: Breaking Dawn Part 2 will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray on Saturday March 2. Included will be an audio commentary provided by Bill Condon. There will also be a seven part behind the scenes documentary with even more new footage and interviews. For more information, visit Yahoo!Movies.
EW has a never before scene from Breaking Dawn Part 1, which will be part of the extended version on DVD/Blu Ray set to release in March. The scene takes place after Bella and Edward make love for the second time. It’s the morning after scene just before the crew comes to clean up the house. We’ve seen the image previously, but this is the first time we’ve seen the footage.
From Yahoo!Movies: Here is the chance to discover even more of the blockbuster film when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Extended Edition, featuring eight minutes of never-before-seen footage, debuts only on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital Copy and UV), DVD (plus Digital Copy and UV) and Digital Download on Saturday March 2nd from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE company. Now with eight minutes of new and extended scenes added back into the film by Director Bill Condon, along with his optional audio commentary, fans can delve deeper into the epic series they adore.Experience the timeless romance and drama in a whole new way when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Extended Edition, featuring the original theatrical version and the all-new extended edition with optional audio commentary from the director, arrives on Blu-ray Disc and DVD for the suggested retail price of $29.99 and $22.98, respectively.
“As Twilight series devotees know, there was a lot of ground to cover in adapting Breaking Dawn to the screen,” said Condon. “Between the wedding, the honeymoon, the birth, and everything in between, naturally there were things that didn’t make it into our final cut. But I wanted to make sure that for all the Twihards out there, there was a chance to see some of these cut scenes – several of which are fan favorites from the book.”
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Extended Edition now featuring additional footage, presents the marriage, honeymoon and the birth of a child that brings unforeseen and shocking developments for Bella and Edward and those they love, including new complications with werewolf Jacob Black.