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Mars Needs Moms (US) in August

Disney have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Mars Needs Moms on 9th August 2011. Robert Zemeckis directs this family adventure which tells the story of a young boy’s intergalactic adventure to find his Martian-nabbed mother.

The film will be available on standard DVD ($29.99 SRP), 2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray 2D + DVD / $39.99 SRP) and 4-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray 2D + DVD + Digital Copy / $49.99 SRP).

Bonus Features:
Blu-ray 3D:
Everything on the Blu-ray & DVD plus….

  • Mom-Napping (All-new 3D Exclusive) –There’s more than meets the eye during the Martian abduction of Milo’s Mom. This alternate scene — completely finished in 3D — tells all.

Blu-ray 2D:
Everything on the DVD plus…
  • Extended Opening - The movie begins… but wait, there’s more. See it here.
  • Life On Mars: The Full Motion-Capture Experience – Go way behind the scenes to the ‘space’ where the actors’ performances are captured. This feature-length, picture-in-picture viewing mode also lets you listen to director Simon Wells and actors Seth Green and Dan Fogler give a fun and insightful look into creating the movie.
  • Deleted Scenes with Simon Wells introductions – 7 deleted scenes of which four are exclusive to the Blu-ray 2D release. Some cool scenes ended up on the cutting room floor. Now you can see them with introductions by director Simon Wells.
  • “Flower Power” Easter Egg – the name of the show that Ki watched and learned English from is entitled “Freaks on the Street.”

  • “Fun With Seth” - The cast and crew had a galaxy of fun making Mars Needs Moms, thanks to the on-set antics of Seth Green and Dan Fogler. Watch them do the ROM dance see them compete to see who can do their verbal ROM the fastest, and much more.
  • Martian 101 – Do you speak Martian? Go behind the scenes and see how the producer and cast came up with their own unique Martian language. Then learn how to speak it yourself with lessons from a leading Martian language expert.

The Blu-ray features English 7.1 DTS-HD MA with additional French, Spanish and Portuguese language/subtitle options.
The DVD features English DD5.1 with additional French and Spanish language/subtitle options.


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