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Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Yay! More DVD news before bed!

Circle October 18 on your calendar. That's the day that they finally, finally release the 2-disc super special edition of Tim Burton's Batman. In fact, on that day, they also release 2-disc special editions of Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin.

They're still kind of vague on bonus materials. Each set will have a wide array of featurettes, each film will have its respective music videos (Batdance by Prince on Batman, Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me by U2 on Forever, The Beginning is the End is the Beginning by Smashing Pumpkins on & Robin). Oh, and Batman and Batman Returns will have Tim Burton running commentaries, and Batman Forever and Batman & Robin will have Joel Schumacher running commentaries.

Also, these four films will be released in a boxed set called The Batman Anthology: 1989-1997.

October 18!

Oh, and some more rumors on the Titanic special edition coming out this winter. It was originally proposed that they'd do a 2-disc special edition for the casual fan, and a 4-disc ultimate edition for the hardcore fan. Well, the rumor is now that they decided not to do this. Instead, they're just splitting the difference and doing a 3-disc special edition.

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