The package offers four cuts of the Harold and Kumar features - the extended editions of the three pictures, plus the theatrical cut of A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.
Note: The set does not contain A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas in 3D.
Each film will be presented in its original aspect ratio - 1.85:1 for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay and 2.39:1 for A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas - with accompanying 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio tracks. The distributor has also revealed the inclusion of the following bonus materials:
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle -
Audio commentary with director Danny Leiner and actors John Cho and Kal Penn
Audio commentary with writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg
"Extreme" commentary with Danny Bouchard
John Cho and Kal Penn: The Back Seat Interview
The Art of the Fart
Cast and Crew: Drive-Thru Bites
A Trip to the Land of Burgers
John Cho and Kal Penn's induction into the "White Castle Craver's Hall of Fame"
Harold & Kumar 2 red band trailer
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle trailer and red band trailer
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay -
Dude, Change the Movie interactive feature that allows the viewer to select new and alternate scenes to change the course of the film
Commentary with the directors and stars
The World of Harold and Kumar featurette
Twenty-seven additional scenes
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas -
Through the Haze with Tom Lennon
Bringing Harold & Kumar Claymation to Life
In addition, Warner's Ultimate Collector's Edition encases the Blu-rays in a "collectible tin, ideal for stashing the movies and any other necessities a Harold and Kumar fan might have. The 'highly flammable' three-movie set will also feature fun premiums, including White Castle-scented car fresheners and White Castle-scented drink coasters."
The Harold & Kumar: Ultimate Collector's Edition streets on November 13th.
Wow... after each "Harold and Kumar" movie, the bonus features list drops down a few feet every time... so I expect by the time they get to the fifth movie, there won't be any place for the film on the disc... great job on NOT selling me to it.
Doesn't look like there are any new features and since Christmas is missing the 3D version not sure what's ultimate here? Considering the first two have sold for under $10 each and I'm sure the tin will be big and unnecessary, I think I'll just stick with the regular versions and superior 3D Christmas.