Posted Fri Oct 19, 2007 at 12:36 PM PDT by
Bypassing a planned theatrical release, Universal will bring the 'White Noise: The Light' directly to HD DVD this January.
A sequel to the original 2005 sleeper hit, 'White Noise: The Light' was initially expected to hit theaters early next year, but now Universal has confirmed it's bringing the Nathan Fillion-starrer directly to HD DVD and standard DVD January 8 instead, the same day the original 'White Noise' is set to make its high-def bow (as the studio announced earlier this week).
There are no tech specs available yet for 'White Noise: The Light,' but bonus features will include the "Journey into Madness" and "Exploring Near-Death Experience" featurettes and deleted scenes.
The disc will also be web-enabled, though contents are still to be announced. We'll keep you posted.
Retail for the HD DVD is $39.98.
You'll find disc details for 'White Noise: The Light' linked from our HD DVD Release Schedule, where it is indexed under January 8, 2008, along with 'White Noise.'
We've also set up dedicated threads for both 'White Noise' flicks in our Forums area -- click the following links to discuss the 'White Noise' HD DVD release and the 'White Noise: The Light' HD DVD release.
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