Thursday, January 08, 2009

Burton's "Batman" Movies on Blu-Ray in March

Tim Burton's two Batman movies -- Batman and Batman Returns -- and Joel Schumacher's two additions to the franchise will be released on Blu-ray disc in the "Batman - The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997" collection on March 10th, 2009.

The movies will only available on Blu-ray disc in this collection (at this point in time), selling at $129.95. The five-disc set will also come with with a digital copy of Batman, which will enable viewers to watch the 1989 blockbuster in standard edition on a PC or iPod.

The special features look to be the same as those found in the special edition DVD release of these movies from a few years ago, packed with deleted scenes, profiles, commentary tracks from the directors, documentaries, music videos, and much more. (More details to come in future press releases). also stated that "these four movies will also be available on DVD as Singles ($12.97 SRP) and 2-Disc Special Editions ($26.99 SRP) on February 10, and as a Collection ($79.92 SRP) on March 10."

More information to come in the near future!


Anonymous said...


You can thank me later

Matt S.

Anonymous said...

According to this link, Stephen Fry is in the film! (Dont worry, I doubt he is the cheshire cat!)

If you don't know who he is, you need to watch "Black Adder Goes Forth" and "V for Vendetta."

This is what he looks like:

With his talent, he would make a nice asset to Wonderland. LOL I can't wait!!!

Anonymous said...

LOL They did a spoof of "Sweeney Todd" on "Good Eats!"


Anonymous said...

New News about Tim Burton's upcoming "Alice in Wonderland" from Disney:
Anne Hathaway talks more about her role as White Queen.