Universal Studios Home Entertainment is mining its catalog from the last decade for Blu-ray releases on May 1. About a Boy, starring Hugh Grant (Love Actually), Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: First Class), and Toni Collette (United States of Tara, The Sixth Sense) will be released May 1. The movie is based on the novel by Nick Hornby.
Bonus features include: Spotlight on Location: The Making of About a Boy; Feature Commentary with Directors Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz; Deleted Scenes; “Badly Drawn Boy” Music Video; English to English Dictionary; Theatrical Trailer; Production Notes; Cast and Filmmakers; DVD-ROM Features (seriously?!); Now Showing; and Universal Showcase.
Rachel Weisz (The Mummy) stars in both About a Boy and Definitely, Maybe. In Definitely, Maybe, she plays a former love interest in a string of women political consultant Will Hayes (Ryan Reynolds) tells his daughter about when he explains his romantic history when he goes through a divorce. Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) plays Reynolds’ daughter.
Blu-ray bonus features include: Creating a Romance; The Changing Times of Definitely, Maybe; Feature Commentary with Director Adam Brooks and Star Ryan Reynolds; and My Scenes.
When Death comes knocking on your door, you might be scared. When Death decides to take a vacation and spend time with you and your family, be gracious while you have time to make your peace before you go. In Meet Joe Black, Brad Pitt plays Joe Black, or Death, who comes to claim William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins). Joe Black takes a break from his duties for a brief romance with Parrish’s daughter, Susan (Claire Forlani).
Special features include: Spotlight On Location: The Making of Meet Joe Black; Production Photographs Montage; and My Scenes. A new DVD version also has Cast and Filmmakers and Theatrical Trailer listed as bonus features.