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The Last Mimzy (R1) in July

New Line Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of The Last Mimzy on 10th July 2007 priced at $28.98 SRP. Based on the acclaimed short story “Mimsy Were the Borogroves” by Lewis Padgett, The Last Mimzy follows Emma and Noah Wilder as siblings who discover a mysterious box filled with what they believe to be toys. Soon, however, they learn that these “toys” have set them on a crucial mission that will change the future of all humanity. The film also stars Timothy Hutton, Joely Richardso, Rainn Wilson and Michael Clarke Duncan.

Available in separate Widescreen and Full Screen infinifilm editions features include:

  • Dolby Digital 5.1 EX Surround Sound, Stereo Surround 2.0
  • “All-Access Pass” features:
    • Feature-length audio commentary from director Bob Shaye
    • Roger Waters – “Hello (I Love You)” music video
    • Deleted scenes with an introduction and audio commentary from director Bob Shaye
    • “Adapting the Story”
    • “Bob Shaye: Director Profile”
    • “Casting the Kids”
    • “Production Design and Concept Art” with optional commentary by director Bob Shaye and production designer Barry Chusid
    • “Real is Good: The Visual Effects”
    • “Editing and Music”
    • Theatrical trailer
  • Beyond-the-Movie featurettes:
    • “The Mandala: An Imaginary Palace”
    • “The Looking Glass: Emma and Alice”
    • “Sound Waves: Listening to the Universe”
    • “DNA: The Human Blueprint”
    • “Nanotechnology: The Human Revolution”
    • “Wormholes: Fantasy or Science”
  • Interactive game

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