First off, we have Paramount Home Entertainment’s announcement of a December 21st street date for their pretty freakin’ interesting summer series offering The 4400: Season One Its episodes will be presented in anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Digital audio. The two-disc set will set you back a very reasonable $26.99.
Warner Brothers has announced the November 9th release of Friends: The Complete Eigth Season. The culmination of this strangely successful sit-com featured guest appearances include Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, Alec Baldwin, Marlo Thomas, Elliot Gould and Morgan Fairchild and you’ll find them all herein.
Its Bonus Features Will Reportedly Include:
• Commentaries on episodes “The One Where Rachel Tells...”, “The One With The Videotape” and “The One Where Rachel Has A Baby parts 1 & 2” from Producers Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane
• Friends of Friends Part III, a featurette that includes guest celebrity interviews with David Arquette, Bonnie Somerville, June Gable, Lauren Tom, Debra Jo Rupp and Teri Garr
• Joey’s Game Show Challenge
• Gag reel
• Gunther Spills the Beans teaser for Season 9
The set will retail for something like $44.99.
Meanwhile, MGM will be releasing a two-disc special edition of their Emmy Award nominated mini-series King on January 11th 2005. The film will presented in full screen with an English Mono audio track and will include two new documentaries featuring Ossie Davis and Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer -- "The Civil Rights Movement" and "The Struggle", as well as a Recreating History: The Making of 'King' featurette. The disc will run you around $19.99.
If you’re a film freak and you want to earn the right to keep calling yourself one, then you have to head out today and pick up Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst and Elijah Wood’s newest Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Available in seperate anamorphic widescreen and full screen editions, the disc’s extras include an audio commentary with Michel Gondry and Writer Charlie Kaufman, A Look Inside Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind featurette, a Conversation with Jim Carrey and Director Michel Gondry, deleted scenes, a Polyphonic Spree "Light & Day" Music Video and a Lacuna Commercial.