Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 at 04:55 AM PDT by
In late-breaking news, Sony has informed retailers that it's planning a December Blu-ray arrival for the teen blockbuster 'Superbad.'
The sleeper hit of the summer, 'Superbad' has grossed over $120 million at the domestic box office (so far), and is among the most highly-anticipated titles due on high-def this fall. Fans won't have to wait much longer, however, as Sony has just told retailers to expect a December 4 street date for day-and-date Blu-ray and standard-def DVD versions of the film.
Early specs indicate that 'Superbad' will get some serious McLovin' in the extras department, with a two-disc set plus a never-before-seen Unrated cut of the film.
Note that Sony has yet to formally announce the title or issue a press release, so further tech specs remain TBA.
The studio has set a $43.95 MSRP for the Blu-ray.
While we await full specs, you'll find preliminary disc details for 'Superbad' linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it is indexed under December 4.
We've also set up a dedicated thread for Sony's latest in our Forums area -- click the following links to discuss the 'Superbad' Blu-ray release. Stay tuned...
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