You can bring home the latest animated classic from revered filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki on DVD and Blu-ray in February. Ponyo will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 2, 2010. The standard definition DVD will be priced at $29.99 SRP while the BD will go for $39.99 SRP. We have no cover art images at this time, but we'll update this story as soon as we have the images. The film stars the voices of Noah Lindsey Cyrus, Frankie Jonas, Cate Blanchett and Liam Neeson.

Walking on the beach near his home, a five-year old boy named Sosuke (voiced by Frankie Jonas) finds a beautiful goldfish trapped in a bottle. He releases the tiny creature and, sure that she is no ordinary fish, names his new friend Ponyo (Noah Lindsey Cyrus). As Ponyo and Sosuke grow closer, she reveals to him that she is the daughter of a powerful wizard (Liam Neeson) and a sea goddess (Cate Blanchett), and magically transforms herself into a real human girl. But by crossing from her watery world onto land, Ponyo has created a dangerous imbalance in nature. As the moon begins to draw closer to the earth, sea levels rise and a giant tsunami threatens to destroy Sosuke's home. Ponyo's father marshals all his might to find his missing daughter, as the two children embark on an adventure of a lifetime to try and save the world.

Special Features:

  • The World of Ghibli- Allows fans to immerse themselves in the amazing worlds from each film created by legendary filmmaker, Hayao Miyazaki in this multi-layered interactive experience. Lands to explore include:
  • - PONYO'S Land
  • - KIKI'S Land
  • - CASTLE'S Land
  • - TOTORO'S Land
  • Behind the Studio- Unprecedented access to all the background, inspiration and process behind he making of Ponyo and the inner workings of Studio Ghibli through a series of documentaries. They include all new interviews with Hayao Miyazaki, and composer Joe Hisaishi. Also included in this feature are:
  • - Creating Ponyo
  • - Ponyo & Fujimoto
  • - The Nursery
  • - Behind the Microphone: The Voice of Ponyo
  • - Producers Perspective: Telling the Story
  • - Scoring Miyazaki
  • - The Scenery in Ghibli
  • - Original Japanese Trailer