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Catch Me If You Can Blu-ray Detailed (Pre-order Available)

Posted September 7, 2012 02:26 PM by Webmaster

ParamountParamount Home Media Distribution has officially announced and detailed its upcoming Blu-ray release of director Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can (2002), starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks and Christopher Walken. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation December 4th.

The Catch Me If You Can Blu-ray release includes a digitally remastered version of the film plus over an hour of bonus features that delve into the casting, filming and real-life story of the man who inspired the movie. In addition, the disc includes a look at the musical score, an exploration of the FBI's perspective on Frank Abagnale and multiple photo galleries.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks star in this crime-caper by Steven Spielberg, based on the true story of Frank W. Abagnale Junior. As a teenager, Abagnale (DiCaprio) discovers he has a talent for impersonating officials, beginning with posing as a substitute teacher. Finding solace in his new gift - his mother leaves his father (Walken) after she discovers he is heavily in debt to the IRS - Abagnale goes on to impersonate airline pilots, doctors and even a lawyer, whilst also managing to con banks out of over $2 million. However, his escapades soon attract the interest of FBI agent Carl Hanratty (Hanks) who seems to be always one step behind. That is until Abagnale decides to settle down and discovers that his future father-in-law (Martin Sheen) is the D.A of New Orleans. The real Abagnale appears in a cameo and, after serving time in prison, now works as a consultant for preventing forgery and fraud.

Special Features:
  • Catch Me If You Can: Behind the Camera
  • Catch Me If You Can: The Casting of the Film
    • Leonardo DiCaprio as "Frank Abagnale, Jr."
    • Tom Hanks as "Carl Hanratty"
    • Frank's Parents: Christopher Walken and Nathalie Baye
    • The Strong Family: Martin Sheen and Amy Adams
    • Jennifer Garner as "Cheryl Ann"
  • Scoring: Catch Me If You Can
  • Frank Abagnale: Between Reality and Fiction
    • Meet Frank Abagnale
    • Frank Becomes a Pilot
    • Frank's Careers
    • Frank Gets Caught and Turns His Life Around
  • The FBI Perspective
  • Catch Me If You Can: In Closing
  • Photo Galleries
    • Cast
    • Behind-the-Scenes
    • Costume Design





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

News comments (41 comments)


cmay13
  Sep 07, 2012
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Finally! Loved this movie.

kdo
  Sep 07, 2012
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I want the 1989 Stephen Sommers directed "Catch Me if You Can."

MisterLeadFoot
  Sep 07, 2012
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I been waiting for this! Such an excellent film.

wjasoncul
  Sep 07, 2012
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+1 Pre-ordered!

Verbal
  Sep 07, 2012
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Finally...this one should have been out years ago.

rafaelsalguero
  Sep 07, 2012
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I hope this comes with Slipcover
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TheDean
  Sep 07, 2012
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No Trailer?! Thatís what i was looking forward to the most! Road to Perdition got its trailer on blu after it didn't on dvd. Why not Catch Me if you Can? I am much less likely to buy this now. Paramount, you have let me down. the biggest disappointment since you sold your marvel distribution rights to disney.
jeremycarrier
  Sep 07, 2012
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The most flat-out fun Spielberg movie he's done in the post Saving Private Ryan era of his career. Can't wait!
pixarfan88
  Sep 07, 2012
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So excited for this! What a wonderful year for those of us that love Spielberg and blu-ray!

Sky_Captain85
  Sep 07, 2012
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With its very lush and colorful palette this will probably look gorgeous in hi-def.

PBateman87
  Sep 07, 2012
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Cool, I hope Munich is next.
mredman
  Sep 07, 2012
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Awesome now give us MUNICH

lordmorpheus72
  Sep 07, 2012
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Very cool, such a great film. Really love Christopher Walken in this film.

The Bluray King
  Sep 07, 2012
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day 1 this film is fantastic.

movieman1979
  Sep 07, 2012
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And Spielberg's "year in blu" concludes in fine fashion

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megafan999
  Sep 07, 2012
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I haven't seen this one since it was released on theaters, can't wait to watch it again in HD!

DanzG
  Sep 07, 2012
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@movieman1979 - Well almost in fine fashion. It has been a damn good year for Spielberg films but was disappointed when Empire Of The Sun was postponed. Hopefully that will make it out by the end of the year.

haines3
  Sep 07, 2012
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Now how about "The Terminal", "K-Pax", "One Hour Photo"

mreagan88
  Sep 07, 2012
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I can't wait this is long overdo!
insomniac013
  Sep 07, 2012
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I love this movie! Too bad they couldn't use the original poster art, you know the one with blurry chase going on? That was cool. With this cover art it looks like they're partners in crime, which really isn't true.

Oh yeah, and i was hoping some new extras like a retrospective or something, since it's already been 10 years since it came out... Ehh, just glad we get on blu!

4Dblu
  Sep 07, 2012
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about time......
michinman
  Sep 07, 2012
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Great News! JAWS, Raiders, and now CMIYC! Munich please.

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wnicholas76
  Sep 07, 2012
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Glad they didn't change too much of the cover art on the BD release. Can't wait!! Probably the most fun Spielberg film ever!!

SleeperAgent
  Sep 07, 2012
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Great news. Now let's get The Terminal on blu. More Tom Hanks!

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Gardenofstone10
  Sep 07, 2012
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I love this movie so much! I agree with an above poster, we need Munich now

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Beard Esquire
  Sep 07, 2012
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I concur, we need Munich.

Do you concur?

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CrazyEightyNine
  Sep 07, 2012
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I like the old DVD cover more but I'm not gonna complain because I love this movie!
jeremycarrier
  Sep 07, 2012
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2013 marks the 20th anniversary of Schindler's List, they better release that one

TheManInBlu
  Sep 07, 2012
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Already pre-ordered Now I want Always and Sugarland Express and a single release of Raiders
michinman
  Sep 07, 2012
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@ TheManInBlu - Yes, a single release of Raiders would be nice (probably to come in about a year), but I will probably break like most and buy the set.

@Beard Esquire - Yes, I ABSOLUTELY concur - LOVE Munich

@jeremycarrier - Also agree - Schindler's List stands alone. It came out when I was in uni. and it was a deeply moving experience when I saw it. It's Spielberg's love letter to his mom (and of course the victims) so I'm sure it will get the best treatment and yes, you're probably right, will be around for it's 20th Anniversary. WOW. I'm really that old??

That said, I'm still giddy with my JAWS Digibook
Lambent
  Sep 08, 2012
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Day 1 purchase for me... been waiting for this one for a while.

mseeley
  Sep 08, 2012
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YAY!!! loved this movie!!!!
rpistus
  Sep 08, 2012
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Great news, another Spielberg film coming to blu-ray.

I hope Schindler's list, Duel, The Sugarland Express. 1941, Always, Amistad, The Terminal are coming soon too.
insomniac013
  Sep 08, 2012
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Did i forget to mention that freaking Amy Adams is in this?! Yeah! She's the adorable chick with the braces that Leo screws over, aww.

Coincidently started my lifelong crush on Amy Adams
Jokerman
  Sep 08, 2012
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Adams who?

RONDALLAS
  Sep 08, 2012
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I know its crazy to say but this is the first movie that made me see that Leo is a good actor. Been a fan of his since then. No I never seen Basketball Dairies. Awesome movie also.

Minimejer05
  Sep 09, 2012
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Have yet to see this. I'll blind buy.

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Badas
  Sep 09, 2012
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Another DVD bites the dust. Getting there only 30 more to replace on blu. Ta Dono

Lino11
  Sep 09, 2012
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s'about time!

chad_1138
  Sep 10, 2012
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Great news!! But I miss the original cover art...

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MikaLove
  Sep 10, 2012
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Totally a port over release. Pity. It could perhaps at least benefit from those extras in HD. Or something new.
I like this movie. Not love it, but it's definitely worth watching every now and then. So it's not a "day 1", until it is reasonably low priced and has a really good transfer. I already own the SE DVD and it's sufficient until a BD with excellent AQ/PQ comes along. Seeing it's Paramount releasing it, there's hope.
I'm holding out for a review. No need to rush unless this BD has something special to offer, more than just the movie on a newer format, but with the exact same extras and probably all in 480p/SD.


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