With the summer winding down, and its biggest release, The Dark Knight, winding down as well, some details have been revealed about what we might expect from the highest-grossing film of the year's DVD rollout. JoBlo was sent some images from a scooper that reveal the various different DVD packaging The Dark Knight will be released in.
According to the site, the film will be released in a two-disc DVD edition, a a steelbook two-disc special edition, a Batpod collectors edition, a Batman mask special edition and the Blu-Ray edition. No details have surfaced on what special features will be released on these discs, but apparently rumored release dates of either December 2 or December 9 have been floating around. Click below to enlarge these new images.
We'll definitely keep you posted on any and all details surrounding these hot releases.
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