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Mars Needs Moms 2D and 3D Blu-rays (Updated)
Posted May 6, 2011 01:41 PM by Webmaster
In an early announcement to retailers, Disney has revealed 2D and 3D releases of Mars Needs Moms will arrive on Blu-ray on August 9th. The computer-animated family adventure marks the final film from Robert Zemeckis' studio ImageMovers Digital, and features the voice talent of Joan Cusack, Dan Fogler, Tom Everett Scott and more.
The 2-disc 2D edition is set to include Blu-ray and DVD copies of Mars Needs Moms, while the 4-disc 3D Combo Pack is set to include both 3D and 2D Blu-rays, as well as standard DVD and Digital copies of the film.
Special features are as follows:
Life On Mars, The Full Motion-Capture Experience: Go behind the scenes to the "space" where the actors' performances are captured. This feature-length, picture-in-picture viewing mode also lets you listen to director Simon Wells and actors Seth Green and Dan Fogler give a fun and insightful look into creating the movie.
4 Blu-ray Exclusive Deleted Scenes with introductions by Simon Wells
3 Additional Deleted Scenes with introductions by Simon Wells
Fun with Seth
"Flower Power" Easter Egg
All New 3D Exclusive Alternate Scene in 3D: "Mom-Napping"
All of the supplemental content included on the 2D Blu-ray releases
I don't see any way it could. It looks like the worldwide gross right now is around $40M. The budget was around $150M. I don't think the $150M includes it, so tack on another $30M for P & A and they're $140M in the hole right now. Even at $25 a pop, that's sales of 5.6 million dvds/blu-rays. I don't see that happening.
Wow... didn;t realize how terribly this film did in theaters till just now. A $150 mill budget and it made under $37 mill. Doubt DVD/Blu sales will even come close to making up that difference. Reviews for the film were quite bad too.
This was the studio's last movie and it bombed in the box office too. Pretty sad. I didn't watch the movie in theatres due to in part of the marketing being eh and unexciting. I still feel like watching this movie though as a big Disney fan.