New details on several Blu-ray titles have been announced, including John Frankenheimer's Seven Days in May and Woody Allen's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex.
Release dates and other details have been revealed for upcoming Blu-rays from 20th Century Fox, Broad Green Pictures, Well Go USA, Kino, Twilight Time, and Warner Archive.
Here's a full rundown of the new titles:
First up, Fox is set to release Table 19 starring Anna Kendrick, Craig Robinson, June Squibb, Lisa Kudrow, and Stephen Merchant on June 13. Supplements will include: Deleted Scenes, Featurettes, and Gallery.
Broad Green Pictures will bring director Terrence Malick's Song to Song to Blu-ray on July 4. No other details have been announced yet.
Kino has announced a June 6 release date for Arthur Hiller's The Man in the Glass Booth. The Blu-ray will include: Interview with Director Arthur Miller; Interview with Producer Edie Landau; Edie Landau: In From of the Camera - A Promotional Film For The American Film Theatre; and Gallery of "The American Film Theatre" Trailers.
Likewise, the label will release Zaza starring Gloria Swanson on June 6 as well. Supplements will include: Piano score composed and performed by Jeff Rapsis, adapted from the original 1923 cue sheet; Audio commentary by Frederic Lombardi, author of Allan Dwan and the Rise and Decline of the Hollywood Studios; and Booklet essay by film historian Imogen Sara Smith.
Meanwhile, Laurence Olivier's Three Sisters will hit Blu-ray on June 13. The release will feature: Interview with Star Alan Bates; Interview with Producer Edie Landau; and Gallery of "The American Film Theatre" Trailers.
In addition, Kino is preparing Hal Ashby's 8 Million Ways to Die starring Jeff Bridges and Rosanna Arquette for Blu-ray on June 20. Supplements will include: Interviews; Audio commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Nathaniel Thompson; Trailer Gallery; and Reversible Cover Art.
And rounding out Kino's announcements, the distributor is bringing three more titles from the Pink Panther series to Blu-ray on June 27. Titles include: Inspector Clouseau, Curse of the Pink Panther, and Son of the Pink Panther. No other details have been announced yet.
Twilight Time has revealed its upcoming slate of Blu-rays set for release on July 18. The lineup includes: Samuel Fuller's The Crimson Kimono, Woody Allen's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*but were afraid to ask), Don Taylor, J. Lee Thompson's Tom Sawyer / Huckleberry Finn, and Jose Ferrer's State Fair. Each title will be limited to 3,000 copies. No other details have been announced yet.
Warner Archive is preparing John Frankenheimer's Seven Days in May for May 2. Supplements will include Audio Commentary with director John Frankenheimer and Original Theatrical Trailer.
Meanwhile, Lawrence Kasdan's The Accidental Tourist is set for release on May 9. The Blu-ray will feature Introduction by Lawrence Kasdan; Lifted Scenes; Scene Specific Commentary by Geena Davis; Featurette "It's Like Life"; and Original Theatrical Trailer.
Likewise, Tony Richardson's The Loved One will hit Blu-ray on May 9 as well. The release will include: Trying to Offend Featurette and Original Trailers.
Finally, Warner Archive will release Harold Becker's Vision Quest on May 16. The disc will feature Original Trailers.
You can find the latest specs for all of the titles above linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule.