When the topic of DVD double-dipping comes up, Terminator 2: Judgment Day quickly is held up as the most blatant example. During a six-year period, Lionsgate went to the well three times, releasing a bare-bones edition in 1997, an Ultimate Edition in 2000 and an Extreme Edition in 2004. But there's a new champ in the wings:

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that on June 6 it will release the "Extended Cut" edition of Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down, the fourth time the studio has issued the Academy Award-winning war movie on DVD. Sony said the film has been "completely digitally remastered for the best-quality picture and sound" and features eight additional minutes not seen in the theatrical cut -- or the three previous DVD versions, for that matter.

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Brian B.