You can enjoy all the drama of Oliver Stone's football opus in high-def this coming January. Any Given Sunday Director's Cut Collector's Edition will be released on Blu-ray on January 27. We have no cover art or pricing details as of yet, but we'll update this story as soon as we have more information. The film stars Al Pacino, Jamie Foxx, Dennis Quaid and Cameron Diaz.

Oliver Stone takes on professional football, a sport whose grace and delicacy are a good match for his filmmaking style. Tony D'Amato (Al Pacino), the head coach of the Miami Sharks, won back-to-back championships four years ago. But new team owner Christina Pagniacci (Cameron Diaz) has little enthusiasm for the finer points of the game and is concerned only with the bottom line. The longtime strongman of Tony's team has been "Cap" Rooney (Dennis Quaid), a 39-year-old quarterback, but Christina balks at renewing his contract. When Cap is injured during a game, third-string rookie quarterback Willie Beaman (Jamie Foxx) goes on in his place and becomes a major star. But Beaman is mostly interested in fame and money, and he has little regard for Tony and his teammates. Any Given Sunday also stars James Woods as the team's doctor, LL Cool J as a star running back, Jim Brown as a former football great turned Sharks' defensive coordinator, AnnMargret as Christina's alcoholic mother, Bill Bellamy as a wide receiver, Elizabeth Berkley as Tony's favorite prostitute, and Charlton Heston as the football commissioner.

Special Features:

- Commentary by director Oliver Stone

- Commentary by Jamie Foxx

- Full Contact: The Making Of Any Given Sunday HBO's First Look documentary

Jamie Foxx audition tape and screen tests

- Football Home Video

- Screen Test #1 "The Lunch"

- Screen Test #2 "Willie and Vanessa at the Cordoza Hotel"

- 14 deleted/ extended scenes with optional commentary by director Oliver Stone

- Madman's pre-game ritual

- Game 1 - Sanderson tunnel speech/Madman and angry fan

- Game 1 - Sharks tackle/Beastman's broken finger

- Game 1 - Press conference

- Viscaya party - Dr. Mandrake sets the rules for Dr. Powers

- Tony and son breakfast

- Game 3 - Butkus vs. referee

- Post Game 3 - Miami win over Crusaders

- Sharks locker room - Willie and Christian

- Sharks party - Hot tub scene/Willie meets Ray Fields

- J- Man at home/watching Willie

- Pre-game 5 -- J-Man makes up with Willie/Monte urges on the team

- Game 5 - Sanderson and Dr. Powers14

- Post Game 5 - Victory

- Gag Reel

- Football outtakes montage

- Miscellaneous landscapes and outtakes montage

- Extras

- Music-Only Audio Track

- "Rock and Roll Part 2" by Gary Glitter

- "Cruisin" by Smokey Robinson

- "Stompbox" by Overseer

- "My Niggas" by DMX

- "Take California" by Propellerhead

- "Revolution" by Kirk Franklin

- "Como Ves" by Ozomatli

- "Willie Beamen" by Jamie Foxx

- "Garciosa" by Moby

- "Twilight Zone" by 2 Unlimited "Use Me" by Bill Withers

- "Soul Sunday" by Goodie Mob featuring Outkast

- "Twisted Hair" by Robbie Robertson"

- Introduction from "Run Lola Run" by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil

- "My Weakness" by Moby

- "Any Given Sunday" by Jamie Foxx

- Instant Replay (direct access to exciting game moments)

- Hit on "Cap"

- Beam throws first TD

- Beam runs with the Football

- Beamen runs for a TD

- The Monsoon Bowl

- "Cap" runs for a TD

- Dallas game scoring drives

- 4th and 1 - Shark goes down

- Comanche

- 4 seconds left

- The Art of Selling - theatrical poster campaign and design exploration slide show

- Stills Gallery - production stills slide show with music

- Music Videos

- "Shut 'Em Down" by LL Cool J

- "My Name is Willie" by Jamie Foxx

- "Any Given Sunday" by Jamie Foxx

- Theatrical Trailer