Get Him to the Greek (R1/US BD) in September
Universal Studios Home Entertainment have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Get Him to the Greek on 28th September 2010. This comedy from writer and director Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and producer Judd Apatow is a spin-off of 2008’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall which reunites Jonah Hill, playing a low-ranking record-label employee, and Russell Brand, the ultimate larger-than-life rock-star Aldous Snow.
Available on 2-Disc Blu-ray, 2-Disc DVD Collector’s Edition and single disc DVD, all versions include the theatrical (109mins) and new unrated (114mins) cuts of the film and a digital copy of the film.
2-Disc CE DVD & Blu-ray Disc Extras
- Gag Reel
- Blind Medicine – a promo for Sarah Marshall’s new TV series
- Feature Commentary with director Nicholas Stoller, cast members Jonah Hill, Russell Brand, Rose Byrne, Elisabeth Moss and producer Rodney Rothman
- Getting To Get Him to The Greek Documentary
- Getting In Tune With The Greek Documentary
- The Making Of “African Child” Documentary
- Five Complete Music Videos featuring Aldous Snow, Infant Sorrow and Jackie Q
- Musical Performances from Infant Sorrow’s triumphant 1999 Greek Theater Concert and 2009 Comeback Concert, plus a peek at their infamous World Tour and the 2002 London Concert.
- Deleted, Extended and Alternate Scenes including an Alternate Intro and Ending
- Digital Copy
Blu-ray Exclusive Extras
- Additional and extended scenes not available anywhere else
- Musical performances from The Today Show and VH-1 Storytellers
- Karaoke - Sing along to 15 Outrageous Songs
- The Actual Auditions that landed Rose Byrne, Elisabeth Moss, Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari and T.J. Miller their roles
- Instant access to stream a bonus movie by choosing one of three hilarious comedies: Uncle Buck, Dazed and Confused or Life via BD-Live or a smartphone (offer extends through March 31, 2011)
- BD-Live, pocket BLU & social BLU
The DVD is presented in anamorphic widescreen with English, French and Spanish audio (DD5.1) and subtitle options. The Blu-ray is presented in 1080P with English (5.1 DTS-HD MA), French and Spanish (5.1 DTS) audio and subtitle options (English subtitles are SDH). Both versions also include English DVS DD2.0 (audio description).