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"Old Christine," "One Tree Hill," "Superbad" New DVD Releases

By admin Published: October 9, 2007


Some details after the jump. ...

In brief, from press releases:

Airing on CBS on Monday evenings, The New Adventures of Old Christine has become a huge fan favorite drawing in over 10 million viewers each week to watch Julia Louis- Dreyfus' hilarious and insightful performance as the title role. The first Seinfeld cast member to return to TV with a huge hit, Julia Louis-Dreyfus earned the 2006 Emmy as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her portrayal of Christine as well as a SAG and Golden Globe nomination. Now, viewers can relive the moments when Christine Campbell, a single working mom learns that her ex is dating a much younger woman with the same first name, as Warner Home Video (WHV) gets set to release The New Adventures of Old Christine: The Complete First Season on January 15, 2008 for $29.98 SRP. The laugh out loud DVD set includes all 13 episodes and bonus features in a 2-disc collection. ...

This holiday season consumers will be drawn into the beautiful and deeply emotional episodes that comprise the fourth season of One Tree Hill when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases One Tree Hill: The Complete Fourth Season on December 18, 2007. Timed for release in conjunction to the show's upcoming new season premiere in January 2008, this engaging DVD collector's set will include six discs, featuring 21 episodes and loads of bonus features that will keep any One Tree Hill fan entertained for hours. The DVD set will retail for $59.98 SRP. ...

The gut-busting coming-of-age comedy for a new generation, SUPERBAD debuts unrated on Blu-ray(tm) High-Def and a two-disc DVD December 4, 2007 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Available for the SLP of $34.95 (two-disc DVD) and $43.95 (two-disc Blu-ray(tm) High-Def), the unrated edition struts onto the scene with additional footage deemed too raunchy for theaters and a bevy of bonus material, including "Line-o-rama," a running tally of obscenities; "TV Safe Lines," a series of alternate lines from various scenes in the film; "Everyone Hates Michael Cera," a funny faux-featurette where cast and crew dish about why they hate "nice guy" Cera; "On-Set Diaries"; deleted scenes; audition footage; a gag reel; hilarious menus featuring the doodles of young Seth; running commentaries with Judd Apatow, Seth Rogren, Greg Mottola, Evan Goldberg, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and much more. Also, unique to Blu-ray, is the Super-meter which allows viewers to keep tally of all the lewd and crude lingo in the film. SUPERBAD will also be available as a single-disc DVD in both rated and unrated versions for the SLP of $28.95.

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