I Am Number Four
April 10, 2011 by Post Team
I Am Number Four, Disney (in a joint venture with DreamWorks) has plans for 2011 of Michael Bay produced, DJ Caruso directed sci-fi / action film “I’m the number four,” starring Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant on Blu-ray on 24 May. Technical specifications for the 1080 version include high definition video and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 sound. The title will be released in two configurations, first single-disc version of “standard” and a second three-disc combo. Both are available for pre-order at Amazon and 22.99 and 26.99 and the price tags (respectively, in that order). Raw materials set to be included – apart from the DVD and digital copy that are unique to the “combo”
I’m number four, the action movie teen sci-fi was the first film in the new DreamWorks, did not do as well as expected when it was released in February, grossing only $ 53 million and on a budget and about 60 million.
James Fry, focusing on a strange young man who flees from a race war, as if trying to fit into a school, bases the film, originally announced with much fanfare with Michael Bay producing, on the young adult novel co-written. The book was the subject of scrutiny from their works controversial book.
And while it was not the success it should have been, which also served to support the actress Teresa Palmer, who stole the show as a butt-kicking warrior. Palmer has been getting on the list of high profile projects since then.
Four have the opportunity to reach a wider audience when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD on 24 May. (The Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy is the way forward, if you ask me.)
Display versions in the household do not have any comments or too many extras, although Blu-ray version will have five deleted scenes, plus an extended scene.
The zenith and the nadir of fashion Chuck Norris may have been the Hanna-Barbera Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos cartoon.
The 1986 series was Chuck express themselves and Fun fact: there was Jack Kirby and Gil Kane as creative consultants.
The series comes to DVD for the first time this week, Warner Records, which has the lesser-known titles from Warner Bros (read: movies that just maybe, might not be able to be up there in the quality department, but still have their defendants), and brings home entertainment.
Also this week two Abbott and Costello, 1952 Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd and 1942 Rio Rita. The films are being released on DVD for the first time.
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