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Superman is the brainchild of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster who first envisioned the character in 1932 and later had his first appearance in Action Comics #1 in June 1938. What Jerry and Joe did not know at the time was that they had created a character that would become the signature icon of DC Comics and the most universally recognized hero in human history.

Since 1938, the character of Superman/Clark Kent has appeared in every imaginable media form including television, film, novelizations, and even a Broadway show.

Being Superman is the childhood fantasy of every little boy and girl (they of course want to be Supergirl). He is an enduring emblem of the American dream, the young immigrant who comes to the United States, embraces the culture and makes something of himself and enriches his adopted nation. He is a classical hero in the modern age who fights criminals, rescues the helpless and has a sense of morals and justice as strong and unshakeable as he is.

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The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, TX will host a special screening of "Superman: II - The Richard Donner Cut" on Sunday, August 23rd at 7:30PM (CT).

Golden Globe-nominee Christopher Reeve ("The Remains of the Day", "Deathtrap"), Academy Award-winner Gene Hackman ("The Birdcage", "Unforgiven") and an all-star cast are back again in this sequel to the boxoffice smash that continues the great adventures of the Man of Steel. Superman enters the battle of his life when he fights to save the planet Earth from three intergalactic arch-criminals whose powers are as fantastic as his own. Spectacular action, unlimited surprises abound, as Superman again faces a cosmic confrontation between good and evil. Amidst it all is the will-they-or-won't-they romance of the ever-flirtatious Lois 'n Clark. Co-starring Margot Kidder ("Amityville Horror") as Lois Lane, Ned Beatty ("Deliverance") as Otis, Sarah Douglas ("Conan The Destroyer") as Ursa, Jack O'Halloran ("Dragnet") as Non, and Academy Award-nominees Valerie Perrine ("ER") and Terence Stamp ("The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert").

Tickets to the screening are $10.25 per person with all proceeds being donated to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

For more information or to purchase reserved tickets, please visit DraftHouse.com.

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In order to avoid a costly legal battle with DC Comics, a New Zealand based tire shop is changing its superhero logo which bears a strong resemblance to that of Superman.

The New Zealand Herald reports that the owners of Super Tyre Guy, Marie and Gene Young, are in the process of changing the logo after receiving a letter from DC's legal department requesting that they, "immediately and permanently stop using the Super Tyre Guy character".

"I have always loved superheroes and we didn't think of anything based off Superman itself but we just thought of a superhero image and that it was a strong and positive image to portray our business. That is how we do things in our local community," stated Mr. Young.

"We have to redress him to get away from the case and also change the symbol on his chest. It is better for us to totally redress him and get away from any kind of Superman features."

In compliance with changing the logo, DC has stated in their letter that the company would forgo any claims to costs or damages.

Source: New Zealand Herald

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Actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum ("American Horror Story", "The Playboy Club") has been cast in the role of Lucy Lane in the upcoming CBS television series "Supergirl".

The Witches of East End alum will recur as Lucy Lane, who is as brash, funny and beautiful as her older sister Lois Lane. Lucy is strong, smart and successful in her own right. She’s got a history with Jimmy Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) and she’s come to town to right a previous wrong.

Dewan-Tatum will star in episode three of the series which will also see actor Chris Browning's debut as the DC Comics villain Reactron.

"Supergirl" stars actress Melissa Benoist in the title role and is scheduled to premiere at 8:30PM (EST) on Monday, October 26th on CBS.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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The Hauser & Wirth Gallery in New York City, NY will host an exhibition entitled "The Kandors" by the late-artist Mike Kelley which features a collection of sculptures based on the miniaturized and bottled former capital city of Superman's home planet Krypton.

Entering the exhibition, visitors encounter a group of vitreous sculptures glowing in a dimly lit room. Cast in resin, these miniature metropolises representing the city of Kandor create an optically dazzling spectacle rendered in a palette of refracted colors. Visitors continue through the space to find ‘Kandor 4’ (2007), in which Kelley has abstracted and reinterpreted the narrative of the fictive city in a complex amalgamation. ‘Kandor 4’ comprises three cities standing on a plinth, illuminated from beneath, with their towering architectural skylines bathed in tones of yellow, red, and blue. The fantastical cities are juxtaposed with an ultraviolet glass bottle resting on a yellow base, connected to a gas tank and hose intended to evoke the life sustaining vapors Superman used to keep the citizens of Kandor alive beneath their glass bell jar. In the final component, a video projection depicts ‘Bottle 4’ with an array of swirling atmospheric and light effects inside it, accompanied by an otherworldly soundtrack composed by Kelley.

The exhibit officially opens to the public on Thursday, September 10th and runs through Saturday, October 24th. Admission is free but donations are welcomed.

For more information, please visit http://www.hauserwirth.com/.

Source: Artlyst.com

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We have partnered with Warner Home Video to offer one lucky individual the opportunity to win a re-release of the 2007 animated film "Superman: Doomsday" on Blu-ray which also features a copy of the 1992 "Death of Superman" graphic novel.

The most shocking showdown in Superman history! When Lexcorp accidentally unearths the intergalactic serial killer Doomsday, Superman battles the creature head on in the fight of his life...literally. The world collectively mourns their fallen hero; humanity realizes it will never feel truly safe again. Superman's enemies rejoice all but Lex Luthor, who grieves the loss in his own demented manner, setting off a chilling chain of events that even he couldn't have foreseen. Inspired by the bestselling graphic novel of all time, DC Comics' The Death of Superman, this feature-length animated adventure boasts exciting action sequences that rivals anything you've ever seen starring the Man of Steel!

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What happens when you combine Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the Justice League with the art of origami? You get the most incredible collection of paper-folding projects ever assembled.

Capstone Publishing presents "DC Super Heroes Origami" which features 46 models, meticulously designed by internationally renowned origami master John Montroll, which are guaranteed to amaze and keep any superhero fan entertained for hours.

The book is truly wonderful and comes complete with simple squares of paper which transform into Batarangs, S-Shields, Invisible Jets, Green Lanterns, and so much more. Also included in the back of the book are 96 sheets of specially illustrated folding papers to make your DC creations truly come to life.

Even if you have never tried your hand at origami before, "DC Super Heroes Origami" will make you a master of the ancient art of paper folding in a manner of minutes. Designs based on the iconic characters of the DC Universe are featured in progressive levels of difficulty with step-by-step diagrams and instructions.

With all the eye-popping designs and artwork featured in the book, there is no risk of becoming bored with just a few scattered photos and a lot of nearly useless line drawings which, unfortunately, is typical of many other origami books.

Another key factor that "DC Super Heroes Origami" demonstrates is that many different origami designs actually start from the same beginning folds, which makes it easier to learn all the new ones and eventually create your own original designs.

Even though it may be targeted at ages 8 - 12, all-in-all "DC Super Heroes Origami" will make a great addition to any DC Comics or superhero fan's collection regardless of age or experience with origami.

Be sure to pick up a copy of "DC Super Heroes Origami" for only $14.95 when it hits store shelves on September 1st, 2015. After a few days of polishing your paper folding skills, your friends will believe you're the one with super powers. Just keep in mind that, with 46 DC Comics designs, you may have a problem deciding where to put all your origami creations.

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Nicolas Cage Talks "Superman Lives!"

Posted on July 31, 2015 by Neil Cole

In a recent interview with Yahoo! Movies about his latest film "The Runner", actor Nicolas Cage also talked his role as the Man of Steel in director Tim Burton's failed project, "Superman Lives!". Here's an excerpt:

"I would've loved to have seen it, but I feel that in many ways, it was sort of a win/win because of the power of the imagination. I think people can actually see the movie in their minds now and imagine it and in many ways that might resonate more deeply than the finished project.

"Tim is the total artist, a pure artist with a real vision, and I’ve often said that he can create worlds and that’s exactly what he does. I saw some of the tests of different characters and costumes for Krypton and they were just so surreal and so magical and beautiful. He’s definitely one of my favorite filmmakers because of his originality, because of his vision."

Jon Schnepp's documentary "The Death of 'Superman Lives': What Happened?", which delves into the history of the film, is now available for purchase at http://www.tdoslwh.com/.

Source: Yahoo! Movies

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According to a new rumor from Latino Review, actress Jena Malone ("The Hunger Games", "Sucker Punch") will portray Barbara Gordon in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".

The site states that it is not known at this point whether she will also appear as Batgirl or Oracle. This is all contrary to initial reports that Malone would be playing the character of Carrie Kelley from Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns" storyline who becomes the first female version of Robin.

The rumors and speculation about Malone's role in the film all started after the actress was spotted on set with director Zack Snyder in August of last year.

At this point, there has been no official word from Warner Bros. in regard to this latest news and it should be treated as strictly rumor until such time that an official announcement or confirmation is released.

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to hit theaters and select IMAX locations worldwide on March 25th, 2016.

Source: Latino Review

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An original Superman costume worn by Christopher Reeve in the 1978 blockbuster film will be featured in the Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction at the ODEON BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London on Wednesday, September 23rd.

The costume features only the blue tunic, "S" shield, and red trunks and was used in the sequence from the first film where Superman struggles under water in Lex Luthor's lair after having a piece of Kryptonite placed around his neck by the iconic villain.

Over 450 lots of original props, costumes and rare production material from more than 150 films and television shows will be featured in the auction. The spectacular live event will feature an interactive webcast with bidding available online, by phone or in person.

Prop Store and ODEON will also present a 2 week, museum-grade, free-to-enter exhibition showcasing over 250 of the auction lots. This display will allow visitors the opportunity to get up close with these incredible pieces of entertainment history.

For more information, please visit PropStore.com.

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Following Empire Magazine's recent release of a new series of photos from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", the latest issue of the publication covering the highly anticipated film has finally hit newsstands.

Not only does Empire reveal quite a few new details about the movie, but also new information on the DC Cinematic Universe including "Justice League" and "Wonder Woman".

Fair warning, what could be classified as minor spoilers follow...

In regard to Batman's background in the movie, we learn that Bruce Wayne is 45 or 46 years old and has become a bit jaded after taking on the mantle of the Dark Knight for 20 of those years. Wayne Manor is abandoned and in a state of decay while Bruce now resides in a lake side residence - referred to by Zack Snyder as the "Glass House" - which is off the grid.

There has been at least one Robin over the years - as featured by his tattered costume in the film's trailer - and Commissioner Jim Gordon was once Bruce's friend, but both are now gone.

"He has lost those near and dear to him, and not necessarily from old age or disease," states producer Charles Roven.

As for Superman, he has fully taken on a career as his alter-ego Clark Kent at the Daily Planet and shares an apartment in Metropolis with Lois Lane who, of course, knows his true identity as the Man of Steel.

We learn that Wonder Woman's role in the film is key to shifting the story towards the formation of the Justice League. It is also revealed that five actresses auditioned for the Wonder Woman role opposite Ben Affleck, but it was Gal Gadot who blew everyone in the room away.

The stand-alone "Wonder Woman" is scheduled to open June 23rd, 2017, and will star Gadot alongside Chris Pine whose casting as Steve Trevor was officially announced a few days ago.

The Empire article also states that Jason Momoa's Aquaman role in the film will be featured as an "elusive" cameo with Snyder adding that, "You will understand he exists."

Pick up a copy of the September issue of Empire Magazine to read more about "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and Warner Bros. plans for all the upcoming films in the DC Cinematic Universe.

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" opens March 25, 2016 followed by "Suicide Squad" a few months later on August 5th, 2016.

Production work on "Justice League: Part One" is set for Spring, 2016 with a premiere date of November 17th, 2017 followed by "Part Two" hitting theaters on June 14th, 2019. Both films will feature the return of Gadot as Wonder Woman, Cavill as Superman, Affleck as Batman, and Momoa as Aquaman.

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DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation have partnered with La-La Land Records to release the "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" official soundtrack (limited edition 1000 units) exclusively at www.lalalandrecords.com on August 11, 2015. Composer Frederik Wiedmann ("Field of Lost Shoes," "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis") composed the music for the DC Universe Animated Original Movie which is currently available on DVD and Blu-ray.

“I was super excited to get to work on Justice League: Gods and Monsters with Bruce Timm, our second project together (after Green Lantern – The Animated Series),” said Wiedmann. “When I first saw the footage, I was blown away by how different everything was. Nothing was like I expected. It was a very unique, new take on our favorite superheroes, an invitation for me to reinvent myself a little bit from a musical perspective, which is a very exciting place to start a new project.”

Witness a divergent reality where the Justice League protects the planet - but answers to no one but themselves. Employing methods of intimidation and fear, this Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman deal brute force in the name of justice. From the creative genius of executive producer Bruce Timm and co-producer Alan Burnett comes an original story where the world’s greatest triumvirate of super heroes has distinctly different origins. Superman was not raised by the Kents in Smallville, the Caped Crusader is not Bruce Wayne, and Wonder Woman is not an Amazon warrior of Themyscira. They are as likely the world’s saviors as Earth’s despotic rulers. When a group of famed scientists experience untimely “accidents,” a government task force follows the trail of clues to the Justice League – but is there a more powerful player operating from the shadows? It’s a high stakes game of intrigue, mystery and action that asks the question: How do you serve justice to those above the law?

“Our three main heroes all have a very dark past, and as we get to learn about their backstory the music follows the tragic events of their journey beat by beat,” Wiedmann described. “We recorded a wonderful group of 30 strings at East West Studios in Los Angeles (conducted by Hyesu Yang), giving the emotional aspects of the score the depth and warmth it deserves. You will also hear an array of dulcimers and guitars, as well as ethnic woodwinds (performed by Chris Bleth), mostly complimenting Wonder Woman’s backstory and giving it a slightly ethnic flavor (“In Another Life”).”

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The Book & Blanket Players Youth Theatre will present a one-night-only production of "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman" on Saturday, August 15th at 7:00PM (EST) in the Keene Central School auditorium in the Adirondacks town of Keene Valley, New York.

The play will feature a cast of 25 students ranging in age from age 8 to 18 from all areas of the North Country and beyond.

With a tongue-in-cheek script by Robert Benton and David Newman (who went on to write Bonnie and Clyde and the blockbuster Superman film) and a fabulous, much-lauded score by Bye Bye Birdie's Charles Strouse and Lee Adams, the musical pokes fun at the American superhero whose unwavering morality, fidelity, and loyalty make him a bit of a dull cracker.

The original production was directed by Harold Prince; choreographed by Ernest Flatt and starred Jack Cassidy, Bob Holiday and Linda Lavin. It opened at Alvin Theatre on March 29, 1966 and ran for 129 performances.

"It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman" is appropriate for all ages and admission is free. Donations are welcome.

For more information, contact Kathleen Recchia at bookinnjay@aol.com or 518-946-8323.

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As we previously reported, the DC Comics villain Reactron will be featured in the third episode of the CBS television series "Supergirl".

Now comes official word from Entertainment Weekly that actor and "Sons of Anarchy" star Chris Browning has been cast in the role.

Browning has been tapped to play Ben Krull, aka Reactron, a deadly adversary of Superman’s from Metropolis, who wears an armored suit powered by nuclear energy.

Unfortunately, being the cousin of the Man of Steel comes with its drawbacks. Since Krull has never been able to defeat his rival, he’ll venture to National City to get revenge on Superman by trying to kill Supergirl.

The series version of the character will differ somewhat from that of the comics which, in one instance, saw Reactron kill Supergirl's birth parents, Zor-El and Alura during the "Superman: New Krypton" storyline.

"Supergirl" stars actress Melissa Benoist in the title role and is scheduled to premiere at 8:30PM (EST) on Monday, October 26th on CBS.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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DC Heroes Height Comparison

Posted on July 28, 2015 by Neil Cole

CostumeCollection.com.au has put togther the following chart which compares the heights of a number of superhero characters from the DC Comics universe.

Marvel characters have been sized up before but there hasn't been any way to compare the heights of our favourite DC Comics superheroes. Until now.

By thoroughly researching the DC Wikia database and other sources, we've been able to accurately compare 21 different superheros on an infographic hand-drawn in the classic comic book style. And yes, Superman IS taller than Batman. By one inch.

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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment offers an all-new official clip from “Justice League: Gods & Monsters,” an original animated film featuring Bruce Timm's new vision of the world's greatest super heroes.

The clip features Superman (voiced by Benjamin Bratt), Wonder Woman (Tamara Taylor) and Batman (Michael C. Hall) preparing for battle with the U.S. Army … and a question as to whether or not this trinity will be perceived as saving or ruling the planet. The clip also includes the voice of Tahmoh Penikett as Steve Trevor.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, “Justice League: Gods & Monsters” arrives on Blu-Ray Combo Pack and DVD this Tuesday - July 28, 2015.

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"Justice League: Gods & Monsters" is the 23rd film in the DC Universe Animated series and features an original plot written by Alan Burnett, directed by Sam Liu, and executive produced by Bruce Timm and Sam Register.

In an alternative universe, Superman is Hernan Guerra - the son of General Zod, who was rocketed to Earth as a child and raised by a family of Mexican migrant farmers, leading him to become short tempered and withdrawn from humanity.

Batman is Kirk Langstrom, a scientist who has inadvertently transformed himself into a form of pseudo-vampire in an attempt to cure his cancer, feeding on criminals to satisfy his hunger after it begins to eat away at his humanity.

Wonder Woman is Bekka - child of Ares, the God of War and wife of New God, Orion. An altercation results in her leaving Apokolips and eventually traveling to Earth using a sword conjoined to a mother box.

When these dark heroes form an alliance, the question everyone asks is will they save the world, or rule it?

The film kicks off with the Justice League's accountability being challenged by the world's governments following a series of suspicious deaths of renowned scientists, including Victor Fries being found drained of blood in the Arctic, Ray Palmer's car crushed with a woman's bootprint in the door, and Silas Stone burned alive by heat vision, along with his son Victor Stone.

With sole blame being mounted against the Justice League, President Amanda Waller requests that the team members cooperate with the Government's investigation into the murders. Wonder Woman speaks to Steve Trevor to learn what the Government knows, while Superman invites Lois Lane to the League's HQ, where he tells her of his goals to try to help humanity, and also reveals how little he knows about Krypton or his heritage.

Meanwhile, Batman's independent investigation leads to the discovery an email on Silas Stone's computer, that was sent to a number of scientists including Will Magnus - Batman's college roommate who helped him during his transformation into the pseudo-vampire. Batman asks Magnus about 'Project FairPlay', which involved all the scientists under Lex Luthor's employ. After Magnus refuses to reveal any information, Batman locates all the remaining scientists discussing the threat over their heads, when they are attacked by the assassins, who travel via Boom Tube.

Despite the combined efforts of all the League members intervening, the assassins slaughter the remaining scientists and 'Boom' out, with only Magnus left as the sole survivor.

The overall animation of "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" is pretty solid but does lack the punch and smooth style of previous DC Universe Animated films such as "All-Star Superman", "Batman: Under the Red Hood" and the more recent "Batman vs. Robin." My only other complaint would be the film's overall run time of only 72 minutes which results in a somewhat rushed storyline.

However, the script is well written and just enough time is spent on establishing the origins and background of each League member as this is the first time any of these characters from this alternate universe have been seen before.

Easily the best aspect of "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" is the voice casting. While the familiar cast from the Justice League animated tv series has understandably been replaced with new voice actors, each individual does a superb job of making their respective characters their own as opposed to tryin to mimic or copy what has come before.

Benjamin Bratt does a wonderful job establishing his role as Hernan Guerra/Superman offering a completely different take on the iconic character than that of Tim Daly who is well known for voicing the Man of Steel for many years. Michael C. Hall and Tamara Taylor are also phenominal in their debuts as the respective voices of Kirk Langstrom/Batman and Bekka/Wonder Woman.

Rounding out the "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" primary cast are Paget Brewster as Lois Lane, C. Thomas Howell as Dr. Will Magnus, Jason Isaacs as Lex Luthor/Metron, Dee Bradley Baker as Ray Palmer, Eric Bauza as Ryan Choi, Larry Cedar as Pete Ross, Richard Chamberlain as Highfather, Trevor Devall as Emil Hamilton, Dan Gilvezan as Pat Dugan, Grey Griffin as Tina/Platinum, Daniel Hagen as Doctor Sivana, Penny Johnson Jerald as President Amanda Waller, Josh Keaton as Orion, Arif S. Kinchen as Michael Holt, Yuri Lowenthal as Jor-El, Carl Lumbly as Silas Stone, Jim Meskimen as Victor Fries, Taylor Parks as Victor Stone, Khary Payton as John Henry Irons, Tahmoh Penikett as Steve Trevor, Andrea Romano as Jean Palmer, Bruce Thomas as General Zod, Lauren Tom as Lara, and Kari Wahlgren as Karen Beecher.

In the end "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" is pretty solid, but not remarkable. It plays very well but, as I stated before, could have been a bit longer to encompass more of a storyline and increase the fight sequences which are easily the strongest points of the movie. Although the film does have a PG-13 rating due to vilolence and language, it is nothing more than what one would expect to see in any of the prior releases in the DC Universe Animated series.

All-in-all, I'd rank this film as one of DC's best in the series so far and is one release you will defintely want to add to your movie collection..

Bonus Content

  • ALTERNATE REALITIES: Infinite Possibilities - Justice League: Gods & Monsters falls into a category of storytelling where our well-known characters and the worlds they inhabit are re-imagined. This documentary explores the various attempts by writers to have a little fun and tinker with the characters, resulting in exceptional storytelling that posed thought-provoking questions to audiences.
  • CALCULATED RISKS: The Making of Gods and Monsters – Justice League: Gods & Monsters was an idea that pushed the boundaries. It began with that challenging question writers face: “What haven’t we seen before?” Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett audaciously answered that challenge, resulting in a fresh and exciting film that forces us to think differently about the DC Universe.
  • The New Gods – Encore presentation of 2010 documentary about Jack Kirby’s New Gods.
  • A Sneak Peak at DC Universe’s Next Animated Movie – An advance look at the next DC Universe Original Movie.
  • Bonus cartoons from the DC Comics Vault
  • Justice League: Gods & Monsters DVD contains the following special features:

  • A Sneak Peak at DC Universe’s Next Animated Movie – An advance look at the next DC Universe Original Movie.
  • Produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the all-new "Justice League: Gods & Monsters" arrives July 28th, 2015 from Warner Home Video as a Blu-Ray Combo Pack and DVD and for Download. Both the Blu-Ray Combo Pack and DVD will include an UltraViiolet™ Digital Copy.

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