Two recent classics will make their way to 1080p this May. Seabiscuit and Inside Man will both be released on Blu-ray on May 26. Both titles were previously released in the discontinued HD DVD format. We have no cover art or pricing details as of yet, but we'll be sure to update this story as soon as we have more information. In the meantime, take a look at the special features for both titles below.
From Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment, Seabiscuit, an American epic of triumph and perseverance set during the Great Depression, is based on the best-selling book that was one of the most popular and widely read non-fiction books of recent years. It is the story of three men - a jockey (Maguire), a trainer (Cooper) and a businessman (Bridges) - and the down-and-out racehorse that took them and the entire nation on the ride of a lifetime.
- Feature Commentary with Director Gary Ross and Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh
- Bringing the Legend to Life: The Making of Seabiscuit
- Anatomy of a Movie Moment
- Seabiscuit: Racing Through History
- Photo Finish: Jeff Bridges' On the Set Photographs
- Seabiscuit vs. War Admiral, The 1938 Match Race
- Winners' Circle: The Heroes Behind the Legend
- The True Story of Seabiscuit
- HBO First Look
The Inside Man takes places during a hostage situation in which a tough cop matches wits a clever bank robber, who sets to pull the the perfect heist.
Washington stars as New York police detective Keith Miller, a tough, street-smart cop fighting for a promotion while trying to live down accusations of misconduct connected to his last case. When he and his partner are dispatched to the scene of an in-progress bank robbery and hostage crisis, Miller must face off against a well-educated criminal (Owen) masterminding a concisely plotted operation. As negotiations grow more strained, a powerful lawyer with mysterious ties (Foster) becomes involved in the crisis... and Miller slowly begins to realize that in this ultimate game of cat and mouse, rules are arbitrary, all roles are up for grabs and the black-and-white of right an wrong has blurred to a shadowy landscape of gray.
Dafoe will be playing the role of a police captain while Ejiofor plays a detective in the film.
- Feature Commentary with Director Spike Lee
- Deleted Scenes
- The Making of Inside Man
- Number 4