Posted Mon Nov 6, 2006 at 10:35 AM PST by
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has added two titles to its December Blu-ray line-up, including the cult comedy 'Kung Fu Hustle' and the recent theatrical release 'All the King's Men.'
Though a rather high-profile flop in theaters this past September, Sony will debut 'All the King's Men' day-and-date with the DVD release on December 19, preceded by 'Hustle' one week earlier on December 12.
Both titles will be BD-25 single-layer releases with 1080p/MPEG-2 video transfers and uncompressed PCM 5.1 surround tracks.
Though extras have not been announced yet for 'All the King's Men,' 'Kung Fu Hustle' will come fully loaded with audio commentary, a TV special, deleted scenes and bloopers.
Sony has set a $38.95 list price for each.
The latest details have been added to our Blu-ray Release Schedule, and stay tuned for final specs and box cover art in the coming days.
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