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The Social Network Blu-ray Fast-tracked for January

Posted December 15, 2010 03:55 AM by Juan Calonge

Sony PicturesSony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced The Social Network for Blu-ray release on January 11, 2011. This movie about the creation of Facebook, directed by David Fincher, has earned wide critical acclaim and has just earned six Golden Globe nominations, including Best Drama. Enthusiasts who complained that this movie was not getting a special release by Criterion need not worry, as this BD will come in a 2-disc edition, with over three hours of bonus content.

Special features include:
  • Two audio commentaries:
    • David Fincher
    • Writer Aaron Sorkin and cast
  • How Did They Ever Make a Movie of Facebook?: a feature-length documentary in four parts
  • David Fincher and Jeff Cronenweth on the Visuals
  • Angus Wall, Kirk Baxter and Ren Klyce on Post
  • Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and David Fincher on the Score
  • Ruby Skye VIP Room: Multi-Angle Scene Breakdown
  • In the Hall of the Mountain King: Reznor's First Draft
  • Swarmatron





Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (38 comments)



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hardcorefrokid
  Dec 15, 2010
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I was actually just wondering when this would come out. I'll be pick this up for sure.
Maximum
  Dec 15, 2010
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First day purchase for me!!

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hobgoblin
  Dec 15, 2010
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Any idea of a UK release date? I'd like to get this in the UK, but don't know if I can wait. Plus there's the issue of whether or not this will be region-coded.

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SexyToad
  Dec 15, 2010
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First day for me, no question. Bets film of the year.

ArrestedDevelopment
  Dec 15, 2010
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One of the best movies of the year. Also day 1 for me.

K i r a
  Dec 15, 2010
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I knew this for about nearly two months. Still good to see the release detailed, and definitely will be a Day one pickup for me. Cannot wait to watch this again.

Bluyoda
  Dec 15, 2010
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Looks interesting

mishal
  Dec 15, 2010
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Definitely day 1 for me. Been waiting for this announcement for a long time.

Regarding the Criterion issue, the good thing is that we are guaranteed a "region free" disk from Sony, but the bad thing is that no company treats blu-ray transfers like Criterion.
kippy
  Dec 15, 2010
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"In the Hall of the Mountain King: Reznor's First Draft"

:O

Looks like Fincher's sitting down for video interviews again. Best part of the Button disc.

Mr. Cinema
  Dec 15, 2010
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Sony can put out great transfers as good as anyone, so no, it DIDN'T have to come from Criterion. WB's transfers of their classic titles are also as good as there is.

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hobgoblin
  Dec 15, 2010
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I would've thought that Fincher would oversee the transfer of this as he has done for most of his films on Blu Ray (I believe). Couple that with Sony releasing it and it should be a pretty good disc.

Phxsns1
  Dec 15, 2010
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YES!!

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Mignolafan9204
  Dec 15, 2010
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Wow, that WAS fast! Favorite movie of 2010, so... yeah, day 1!

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obriensg1
  Dec 15, 2010
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My friends and I really wanted to see this in theaters, one was even like (hey this is the modern day history we're living through) but compared to other films we ended up waiting for disc. Should be good. I'll likely blind buy. Love Aaron Sorkin

pixarforlife
  Dec 15, 2010
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This is a good movie but something I can save for a rental, given the fact that it's a movie that we have basically lived through. I was probably one of the last three to have gotten the last tickets to see the movie before it was sold out with two of my friends but it's not something I would want to own on DVD or on Blu-Ray. Best save it as a rental.

Although more importantly, I would rather watch it win some awards than watch the movie again.

Bowers0813
  Dec 15, 2010
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i'm glad it's coming out so soon, I skipped it in theaters due to the thinking "who wants to see a Facebook movie", but hearing all the positive reviews towards this movie i'm intrigued and most likely picking it up day one.

jwoodwar
  Dec 15, 2010
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Watched it yesterday. Great movie. Day 1-3
Fost
  Dec 15, 2010
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Sony is pushing this movie really hard for the awards season. I can't wait to watch this in HD

BluPix
  Dec 15, 2010
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@ mishal: that's true a out Criterion but Sony is also quite reliable when it comes to a.v. quality. Just a little consolation.

rmainhammer
  Dec 15, 2010
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The Academy Award for Best Picture will go to this movie.

Minimejer05
  Dec 15, 2010
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Wow! cool to see it coming so fast.
scarface16
  Dec 15, 2010
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Great movie, one of the best of the year, however it's not THE best movie of the year.

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wnicholas76
  Dec 15, 2010
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Missed this in the theaters. Day one blind buy for me!!

Hunk Golden
  Dec 15, 2010
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Oustanding flick that I didn't expect to like that much going in. Love Fincher. So-so on Eisenberg (liked him in "Squid"...ended up thinking he was vanilla, same in everything, too similar to Cera), but he was outstanding in this. Garfield is a stud (was outstanding in "Lions 4 Lambs"). Sorkin rocks the most. Can't wait to buy this one. Hope it's loaded with goodies.

brazilduluwita
  Dec 15, 2010
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A very easy no.

Alkaline
  Dec 15, 2010
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"Regarding the Criterion issue, the good thing is that we are guaranteed a "region free" disk from Sony, but the bad thing is that no company treats blu-ray transfers like Criterion."

Plenty of distributors' transfers rival those of Criterion. Among them, SONY...

impreza32
  Dec 15, 2010
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Saw it in the theatres, definitely buyin it on the first day!

dmarvin
  Dec 15, 2010
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A Criterion would have been super awesome but I'll be buying this one instantly anyway. What a terrific film. It's been sweeping up all the critics awards so far and hopefully will win many statues before all is said and done. A significant film which will be remembered long after many of its peers from this year have been forgotten.

RichardP
  Dec 15, 2010
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How has no one mentioned the extremely atrocious artwork? God, that looks awful.
snickerskicker
  Dec 16, 2010
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I don't think that's the official cover RichardP. I did a google image search for the official artwork and didn't come up with anything other than the one sheet.

mishal
  Dec 16, 2010
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They should put my facebook profile page as the cover artwork. It would sell like cupcakes.

ambientcafe
  Dec 16, 2010
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Oh David Fincher....how far you've come since your directorial debut in the agonizing & abysmal 'Alien 3'....

steve599
  Dec 16, 2010
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Hideous artwork. Great movie. Day one for me.

photograph17
  Dec 16, 2010
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Criterion? Why? So they can charge you more money at the register?
John_Edwards
  Dec 18, 2010
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I'll buy this on the first day. Saw it in a lousy cinema where the lights were still on for half of the show and where the projector was mis-alligned or so producing a very blurred picture. Still, the movie was ABSOLUTELY GREAT!

This IS modern history we're seeing. Mark is -such- a jerk and at the same time such an amazing guy.

Can't wait to see this in decent quality.
A-K87
  Dec 19, 2010
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I just pre-ordered the HMV exclusive artwork version (I don't even know what it looks like yet!!).

Great film and I firmly believe that movies shot with RED ONE cameras produce exemplary Blu-ray transfers (Book of Eli, District 9 and Wallander are good examples). The Social Network looked glorious in the theatre and hopefully that will follow at home.

Extras look good and I really hope this becomes a classic on Blu-ray the way Se7en and Fight Club are on DVD.
robm
  Dec 19, 2010
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New guy here. Are these features Blu-Ray exclusive? The wording leads me to believe so, and I can't find any information elsewhere about what features are or aren't on the DVD.


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