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A Christmas Story 2 Blu-ray

Posted August 11, 2012 08:44 AM by Josh Katz

Warner Bros.In October, Warner Home Entertainment will bring A Christmas Story 2 to Blu-ray. This sequel to the beloved 1983 holiday favorite finds Braeden Lemasters (Easy A) stepping in for Peter Billingsley as young Ralphie Parker, a 1940s-era Midwestern teen who experiences one misadventure after the next during the Christmas season.

From Warner's official synopsis:

"The original, traditional, one-hundred-percent, red-blooded, two-fisted, All-American Christmas continues five years later with Ralphie (Lemasters), Randy (Valin Shinyei, This Means War), Mom (Stacey Travis, Traffic), and the Old Man (Daniel Stern, Home Alone). This time, Ralphie has his eyes fixed on a car. But trouble is sure to follow."

Warner's Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet Digital Copy combo pack presents the film in its 1.78:1 aspect ratio with a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. The disc's supplementary specifications are still unknown.

A Christmas Story 2 streets on October 30th.


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

News comments (73 comments)



Rudeboy2025
  Aug 11, 2012
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You burn in hell Warner Bros. You don't make a sequel to a legendary film.

Kaiju
  Aug 11, 2012
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Destined to be a classic.
deadmonkey
  Aug 11, 2012
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Your movie is (going to be) bad and you should feel bad.

Is this even based off of Jean Shepherd's writing?

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Torgon
  Aug 11, 2012
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Stop the insanity!

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wnicholas76
  Aug 11, 2012
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Seriously?! Uncalled for, Warner!! Definitely uncalled for!!

Meeklo
  Aug 11, 2012
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The Mayans were right!

ChuckT43
  Aug 11, 2012
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Another original idea. Film writing has really evolved over the last few years.

Atreyu
  Aug 11, 2012
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A sequel???? Didn't Warner think this was a bad idea from the get go?

Buffmovie
  Aug 11, 2012
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This is a joke. Right? Right? Is it April?

Memnoch
  Aug 11, 2012
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Um ... WTF?

Meathead
  Aug 11, 2012
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They put this out yet a lot of Clint Eatswood's WB catalog is still not on blu?
*sigh*
tommyblah
  Aug 11, 2012
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Haven't they heard? You can't make a sequel like this without calling it a remake or reboot!

I can't believe the lack of ideas these days. There was so much more creativity in this industry 30 years ago. But we now live in a society where being awesome at something doesn't mean you have any chance of getting a job doing it. It shows in everything America produces.
scottevil50
  Aug 11, 2012
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Why? I mean everything has it's fans but why? So many films not even on the the format.
Simonbergeron
  Aug 11, 2012
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Since Warner won't care to read, here goes: there are many talented filmmakers the world around that, if given the budget this potential turd may have cost, could become the next Christopher Nolan, David Yates or Peter Jackson. It's called taking a risk.

That said, it appears that instead of investing in a hypothetical future (which may be too big a risk), you choose to revel in past glories, based on marketing strategies and numbers because THAT speaks louder than the word "hypothetical". Well, whatever happened to the old Warner mentality which claimed that "making films for money alone is the best way to fail"? Oh yeah, my bad, THAT can go down the drain because it's a 40's mentality.

Keep it up, Warner, I can't wait to buy Ace Ventura 12: When Seniles Strike Back.

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Cplhicks
  Aug 11, 2012
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Wait, this is a new movie? Ugh, what the heck? The sequel no one needed or wanted.
bodian26
  Aug 11, 2012
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There already was a sequel made, taken from Jean Shepherd's writing. It was called "It Runs in the Family" (aka "My Summer Story"). I expect better from Warner Bros but sometimes they do throw me for a loop. "Christmas Vacation 2" anyone?

crow2k5
  Aug 11, 2012
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Are you kidding me?

kong73
  Aug 11, 2012
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Are you out of your mind!!!!! You Don't make a sequel to A christmas story! Just looking at the cover makes me sick!!!

Morsoth
  Aug 11, 2012
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A sequel already exist: "My Summer Story" (1994) AKA "It Runs in the Family", based on the same book series... In fact, even "A Christmas Story" is a sequel to an older movie.
goodnitesteve
  Aug 11, 2012
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That's bullcrap

Lastchancerecords
  Aug 11, 2012
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

Bastards.
BrentLW
  Aug 11, 2012
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Rudeboy 2025, Do you mean sequels like My Summer Story, Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss, The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters, and The Phantom of the Open Hearth? This is only the first "in name" sequel

EVERYONE LIES
  Aug 11, 2012
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At least the artwork is better than A Christmas Story

kcuber
  Aug 11, 2012
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@ EVERYONE LIES, You Serious Clark?
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vsidhu
  Aug 11, 2012
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two words for this: mundane noodle

Bowers0813
  Aug 11, 2012
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look at the brightside, it's not a remake, and they didn't bother putting it in theaters. Maybe worth a Redbox rental, Daniel Stern's pretty funny
tomrule123
  Aug 11, 2012
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Well, something like that is bound to happen... 29 YEARS LATER. I'm skipping this. This is possibly one of Warner's newest lows.

vader4
  Aug 11, 2012
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Someone needs to die for this...

mikesncc1701
  Aug 11, 2012
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Man, it's sad to see that Daniel Stern has sunk this low. :[
Simple Lines
  Aug 11, 2012
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I guess Warner didn't get the memo: "You'll shoot your eye out!"
MoulinBlu
  Aug 11, 2012
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Sounds like this one is destined to fail sight unseen.

snakemaster7
  Aug 11, 2012
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WTH is this? Poor Daniel Stern...
Brian81
  Aug 11, 2012
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I wouldn't touch this with a ten feet pole. Well, unless it was stacked in front of something else I wanted in the store.

LloydChristmas
  Aug 11, 2012
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In a couple years we'll probably see Holy Bible II.
reanimator
  Aug 11, 2012
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maybe it'll have a cool slip cover

The Foog
  Aug 11, 2012
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No Jean Shepard? NO DEAL!!!!!!!

pixarforlife
  Aug 11, 2012
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Where's Brave? I want that one instead.

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Al_The_Strange
  Aug 11, 2012
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Holy crap, I didn't realize that they made a sequel! Ugh, the cover looks like a horrid, uninspired copycat of the original; I suspect the itself film is too.

I think I'll pass.

spf781
  Aug 11, 2012
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it hurts just to look at the cover.
WARRENSM
  Aug 11, 2012
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You'll shoot your eye out, WB!

mjcavinder
  Aug 11, 2012
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Go watch Daniel Stern on Kevin Pollak's chat show on youtube free...interesting "interview"

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Torgon
  Aug 11, 2012
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About the only thing that will resemble the original is if they use the original house.

lobo81865
  Aug 11, 2012
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There was another movie about those same characters that was released in 1988, although it didn't take place at Christmas. It was "Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss." It had a whole new cast though.

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Dellamorte13
  Aug 11, 2012
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OH....FUUUDDGGEE this is terrible! Either way, my children will only know of one A Christmas Story.

Debbie Downer
  Aug 11, 2012
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What's A Christmas Story? Never heard of it.
middleman6573
  Aug 12, 2012
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To paraphrase the Old Man: Sonsofbitches! WarnerBrothers!

MikeScott
  Aug 12, 2012
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I won't lie. I thought A Christmas Story was overrated. Maybe it's because I didn't see it until I was like 20 or 21, but I didn't find it to be anything special. It's probably more so if you saw it as a kid because it holds a special place in your heart. But a sequel still seems like a ludicrous idea.

ahoward1126
  Aug 12, 2012
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This movie is horrible, and should not be associated with the classic that is A Christmas Story

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thedarkangel1975
  Aug 12, 2012
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This is going to be just as good as Christmas Vacation 2. Yeah that good...

Morsoth
  Aug 12, 2012
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@ LloydChristmas : A sequel to "The Holy Bible" already exist, it's called "The New Testament" and add a lot of new characters.
Pilgermann
  Aug 12, 2012
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It's coming out just in time for Halloween!


:,(

ThatMovieNerd
  Aug 12, 2012
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Really? This is just horrible, just as horrible as Christmas Vacation 2... That was just made for the money (that they thought they were going to make). I really doubt this one will hold up to the overhyped original one that plays annoyingly over, and over on TBS...
FilmFan4277
  Aug 12, 2012
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You know Jean Shepard and Bob Clark are spinning in their graves, plotting the death of all things Warner Brothers for this turd. It's not even a Warner Brothers film. It's an MGM title (not that that makes any difference). Why not leave well enough alone? That can pretty much be said for every movie being remade unless the original was really that bad (usually if it's being remade, the original has a devoted following). For instance, we've got Robocop being remade, another Jack Ryan reboot on it's way, and now I hear that Sony is going to make a theatrical release out of the beloved '80s sitcom A.L.F. I'm reminded of a scene from the film HIGH FIDELITY, where Rob Gordon (John Cusack) is getting ready to make a mix tape for a fan when he stops himself, grabs the tape and yells, "WHEN IS THIS GONNA STOP!!!!" That's how I feel about the constant reboots, re-imaginings, remakes, prequels, sequels, three-quels. My mother told me, and I'm sure told many of you, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." I am simply saying to Hollywood in general, IF YOU CAN'T COME UP WITH SOMETHING ORIGINAL, DON'T MAKE ANOTHER MOVIE. WE DON'T NEED MORE OF THE SAME. WE CRAVE SOMETHING NEW AND FRESH. THESE IDEAS ARE ANYTHING BUT. SO PLEASE STOP. There, I said it nicely.

Moviemaniack1993
  Aug 12, 2012
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How about they actually re-release the ORIGINAL meticulously restored like The Wizard of Oz was.

dmarvin
  Aug 12, 2012
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This is absolute crap.

Vitto
  Aug 12, 2012
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What happened to you Daniel Stern? You used to be cool.

videohead
  Aug 12, 2012
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This sucks

dj_intrepid
  Aug 12, 2012
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I was just saying to someone I didn't know on the street that I needed a new B-movie Christmas party drinking game. Looks like I found it!

What's with the lipstick on the kids?
Guy Incognito
  Aug 12, 2012
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No, no, no, no, no, no, no-o-o-o-o!!

doctorD
  Aug 13, 2012
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This is really sad. In the immortal words of Chris Tucker, "The Boy is ruining a Classic"

Network23
  Aug 13, 2012
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I agree with the above sentiments, no jean shepherd or no bob clark, no WAY! Also They did the sequel with "A Summer Story" which was a damn fine film and had jean Shepherd / Bob Clark involved! I wish they would run both of these every year during the TNT marathon they do each Xmas!

Gosszilla
  Aug 13, 2012
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destined for failure

billzfan
  Aug 13, 2012
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Movie studio think tanks at their worst.......
TheNightWriter
  Aug 13, 2012
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Will BOYCOTT this will all my power and nullify its existence as if I never even read this news. Pure blasphemy. Wouldn't even watch the trailer if someone paid me $1,000.

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Foggy
  Aug 13, 2012
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I think the words in Se7en go "If we catch A Christmas Story 2 and it turns out to be a present from the devil, I mean a gift from Lucifier himself, but it's not a hellspawn, it's just a terrible movie"

At least that's how that speech will go on from now on...
blu-brent
  Aug 13, 2012
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<facepalm>
Jape
  Aug 13, 2012
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This is the porn version, right? I mean — just LOOK at that cover. Clearly porn.

Mr. Joshua
  Aug 13, 2012
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Will movie studios never learn. This is worse than two actresses playing Rachel Dawes... Continuity, continuity we need continuity...
supercutz
  Aug 13, 2012
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WB knows no shame.

killermike2178
  Aug 13, 2012
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"Sir, somebody over at Warner Bros. decided that the world needed a straight-to-video sequel to the classic movie, "A Christmas Story". In retaliation, fans of the original movie disembodied him and stuffed his body parts, along with unopened copies of the sequel, down the garbage chute."

"Well, you know what they say, Frank: Straight-to-video equals...

(•_•)

( •_•)>⌐■-■

(⌐■_■)

...straight-to-dumpster."

YYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAHHHH­­HHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

visual0ne
  Aug 14, 2012
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Childhood officially ruined! Epic fail WB!!

BluAtreyu
  Aug 14, 2012
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You know the worst part? This is going to be shoved down our throats on TBS every year from now on by WB INSISTING that this is some sort of new holiday classic just because they say so. I mean look at that tag line!!

BouCoupDinkyDau
  Aug 14, 2012
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Craptastic. How about remastering the original instead.


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