A quintet of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment titles will be going Blu this November. Blue Streak, National Security, MirrorMask, Southland Tales and Revolver will all be released on Blu-Ray on November 18. No cover art for any of these titles have been released yet, but each BD disc will be priced at $28.98 SRP. Details on these BD version of each film are below.

Blue Streak

All jewel thief Miles Logan wants to do is get his diamond back and then disappear for a while. But when he poses as one of the men in blue to retrieve his loot, he gets a rep as one of the boldest, baddest, funniest cops to ever flash an L.A.P.D. badge. If he isn't careful, he may get just what he deserves... a promotion.

Two years ago the shrewd, fast-talking Logan (Martin Lawrence) barely escapes with his life when his carefully planned heist of a $20 million diamond goes awry. Double-crossed by Deacon (Peter Greene), a greedy member of his crew, Miles makes a daring escape to a nearby building under construction and hides the gem in an air duct before being captured by the police. As he is taken away, he memorizes and repeats his location like a mantra: "Third floor, north side... Corner of Fifth and Grand."

Two years later and newly released from prison, Miles is about to take on the biggest challenge of his career, with hilarious results. He returns to his hiding spot, the corner of Fifth and Grand, only to discover that the unfinished building where he hid the diamond is now the new 37th L.A. Police Precinct. Undaunted by this ironic stroke of bad luck-and unable to infiltrate the precinct disguised as a bucktoothed pizza delivery man-Miles concocts an outrageous plan to con his way into the L.A.P.D. by impersonating a cop and, if everything goes according to schedule, to locate and retrieve the gem in a matter of hours.

Courtesy of forged transfer papers and self-taught police training via episodes of "COPS," Miles arrives as the highly decorated 'Detective Malone' at the 37th Precinct's burglary division walking the walk and talking the talk of a seasoned-not to mention boisterous and totally irreverent-police veteran. When Miles-looking for the diamond in an air vent in the men's room-inadvertently captures an escaping suspect, he comes to the attention of Captain Rizzo (Graham Beckel). Impressed with Miles' glowing "credentials," Rizzo partners Miles with Carlson (Luke Wilson), a newly promoted detective who is a bit green and eager to work with someone who has a little more experience under his holster.

Miles is immediately put to the test when he and his new partner are called out to a crime scene. He soon realizes that his expertise in theft has made him an ideal burglary detective. Though Miles and Carlson quickly strike up a rapport, the other detectives in their unit aren't accustomed to Miles' lively and unorthodox style of working. But it gets results, and soon Miles becomes the toast of the unit-a felon-out-of-water winning the admiration of his 'fellow cops' with his uncanny ability to 'think like a criminal.' Public defender Melissa Green (Nicole Ari Parker) remains the sole skeptic, but is nevertheless intrigued and amused by Miles' bravado.

Miles soon locates the diamond, but retrieving it is another matter. His bizarre antics and snooping around in the squad room begin to draw attention from his co-workers. Even worse, Miles' past threatens to catch up with him when his bumbling former partner-in-crime/getaway driver, Tulley (Dave Chappelle), resurfaces.

As if that's not enough, Miles becomes tangled up in department politics and a major drug trafficking case-both of which might foil his plan to reclaim the diamond. The reappearance of Deacon, who wants to lay claim to the jewel, further complicates matters, culminating in a wild desert stand-off complete with drug dealers, the FBI, L.A.P.D. and DEA all wanting to know the answer to one question: just who is this 'Detective Malone'?

Special Features

- 1.85:1 1080p AVC

- 5.1 Dolby TrueHD

- Featurette: Setting Up For The Score

- HBO First Look: Inside and Undercover

- "Hot Music Videos by Jay-Z, Tyrese featuring Heavy D and So Plush featuring Ja Rule"

National Security

EARL (Martin Lawrence) and HANK (Steve Zahn) have only one thing in common: they're both L.A.P.D. rejects. One just got kicked out, the other can't even get in. After confronting each other on opposite sides of the law during a traffic stop that escalates out of control, these two luckless individuals end up partnered as lowly security guards.

Despite being damned to the lowest rung of the law enforcement ladder, Earl and Hank uncover a sophisticated smuggling operation led by NASH (Eric Roberts) and his band of thugs. When Earl and Hank get their hands on some hot property, they go on the run from, first the bad guys, then the L.A.P.D. - led by LT. WASHINGTON (Bill Duke) and DETECTIVE McDUFF (Colm Feore). What these two unlikely partners do to law enforcement is a crime, but they just might save the day. That is, if they don't kill each other first.

Special Features

- 1.85:1 1080p AVC

- 5.1 Dolby TrueHD


MirrorMask centers on Helena, a 15 year old girl in a family of circus entertainers, who often wishes she could run off and join real life. After a fight with her parents about her future plans, her mother falls quite ill and Helena is convinced that it is all her fault. On the eve of her mother's major surgery, she dreams that she is in a strange world with two opposing queens, bizarre creatures, and masked inhabitants. All is not well in this new world - the white queen has fallen ill and can only be restored by the MirrorMask, and it's up to Helena to find it. But as her adventures continue, she begins to wonder whether she's in a dream, or something far more sinister.

Special Features

- 1.85:1 1080p AVC

- 5.1 Dolby TrueHD

- Director and writer commentary

- Neil Talks - Interview with writer Neil Gaiman

- Dave Talks about Film - Interview with director Dave McKean

- Beginnings - The Genesis of Mirrormask

- Cast & Crew Interviews

- Day 16 - Time lapse video of one entire day of production

- Flight of the Monkeybirds - Making the monkey bird sequence

- Giants Development - Design and creation of the giant sequence

- Questions & Answers - Q&A sessions from the San Diego Comic-Con

- Poster and Cover Art Gallery

Southland Tales

Southland Tales is an ensemble piece set in the futuristic landscape of Los Angeles on July 4, 2008, as it stands on the brink of social, economic and environmental disaster. Boxer Santaros is an action star who's stricken with amnesia. His life intertwines with Krysta Now, an adult film star developing her own reality television project, and David Clark, a Hermosa Beach police officer who holds the key to a vast conspiracy.

Special Features

- 2.40:1 1080p AVC

- 5.1 Dolby TrueHD

- Commentary with Writer/Director Richard Kelly

- Southland Tales: The Prequel Saga Graphic Novel Gallery

- USIDent TV: Surveilling the Southland featurette

- This Is The Way The World Ends Animated Short


Director Guy Ritchie (Snatch, "Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels") brings you this dark, psychological thriller featuring an all-star cast of gangster movie icons including Jason Statham (Snatch, The Transporter), Ray Liotta (Goodfellas), Vincent Pastore ("The Sopranos") and Outkast's André Benjamin (Four Brothers). A sleek and edgy film about mastering the rules of the game, Revolver is set in the world of fast-talking, sharp-suited criminals with a psychological twist that your mind may not be able to handle...

Gambler and conman Jake Green (Jason Statham) always ran with a bad crowd and it cost him seven years in jail. After his release, Jake becomes unbeatable at the tables using a formula for the ultimate con that he learned from two mysterious prisoners. Now he is ready to take his revenge against Dorothy Macha (Ray Liotta), the man responsible for his jail time. Macha is plotting to eliminate his ruthless rival, Lord John, and has staked his credibility on a huge drug deal with the all-powerful Sam Gold. Jake visits Macha at his casino and humiliates him publicly in a game of chance. Macha fearing more of the same medicine sends his goons to "take care of" Jake. His life is saved by enigmatic Zack (Vincent Pastore) who, with his equally inscrutable partner Avi (André Benjamin), offer Jake protection. Against his better judgment, Jake accepts. He soon finds himself playing the very last game he wants to be playing, and there is danger at every turn. But the biggest danger of all comes from a totally unexpected source... himself. It gradually transpires the real conman is in his head.

Special Features

- 2.35:1 1080p AVC

- 5.1 Dolby TrueHD

- Commentary with Writer/Director Guy Ritchie and Editor James Herbert

- Alternate Opening Sequence with Introduction by Guy Ritchie

- Deleted and Extended Scenes

- Alternate Ending

- Outtakes

- The Game: The Making of Revolver

- Revolver: Making the Music

- The Concept: An Interview with Guy Ritchie & Editor, James Herbert

- Music Trailer