The Transporter and Something About Mary from Fox

Fox

have announced an April 15th release date for the R1 edition of The Transporter that carries a $27.95 retail price. Presented on a DVD14 disc (double sided - dual-layer one side, single layer the other) you will find the following features present....

Side One - 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen version of the film with an audio commentary by director Corey Yuen and 15 minutes of an unrated, never-before-seen extended action scene.
Side two - Full Frame version of the film, the same audio commentary, a making of featurette and the Theatrical Trailer.

Both sides feature English DD5.1 along with French and Spanish DD2.0 surround tracks.

Also coming from Fox is an all-new 2-disc special edition release of the Farrelly Brothers There's Something About Mary. Arriving on May 13th you will find separate Anamorphic Widescreen (for the first time on R1 DVD) and Fullscreen versions on sale, each with the following bonus features...

Disc One

  • 3 Audio Commentaries:
    • 1 - Audio commentary by the Farrelly Brothers (taken from the previous DVD)
    • 2 - An all-new commentary by the Farrelly Brothers
    • 3 - Commentary by writers Ed Decter and John J. Strauss
  • 13 deleted and extended scenes with commentary accessible via seamless branching
  • The original claymation opening credits
Disc Two

  • "Getting Behind Mary" documentary with diary footage
  • AMC Backstory: There's Something About Mary
  • Comedy Central's Reel Comedy featurettes:
    • Best Fight: Ben Stiller and Puffy the Dog
    • Up a tree with Jonathan Richmond
    • Franks & Beans: A Conversation with W. Earl Brown
    • Exposing Themselves: Ben Stiller Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon, Chris Elliot
    • Touchdown: A Conversation with Brett Favre
    • Interview Roulette with Harland Williams
    • Puffy, Boobs and Balls
  • "Mary Marketing" still gallery
  • foreign language clips
  • "Everyday Should Be A Holiday" music video
  • Outtakes
  • Karaoke version of "Buttercup"
  • "Behind the Zipper"
  • Trailers and 13 TV spots

Retail is $26.95 each.

Source: DVDFile.com

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