Discussion in 'San Francisco, CA' started by JedHead1, Feb 19, 2009.
hmmm... midnight eh... hmmm...
From today's paper:
Tear yourself away from the multiplex and head for the Cartoon Art Museum, where the creative process of "Watchmen" is on view. Follow the work of Dave Gibbons, co-creator and illustrator of the epic graphic novels, from concept sketches and comic book pages to the props and costumes used in the movies. A bonanza for fans, it's an up-close-and personal making-of for the big-screen blockbuster.
Through July 19. 11 am - 5 pm. Tues - Sun.
665 Mission St., SF
Watchmen comes to DVD on July 21 in the form of a Director's Cut.
Best Buy has an exclusive pin set, with the Blu-Ray cover featuring none other than Dr. Manhattan (naturally).
Correction, both cuts, theatrical and Director's Cut versions will be available on DVD. The Blu-Ray will be the Director's Cut with a second disc of Extras and a third disc as digital copy.
And as far as exclusives, I think Amazon has the ultimate one, though a bit pricey: http://bit.ly/HGJB4
The blu-ray has the really cool feature of Maximum Movie Mode: http://bit.ly/pLf4N
Look for the double dip of the Ultimate Edition in December where the Tales of the Black Freighter comic animation will be inserted in the appropriate places as they were in the original serial comic. As of now, there are no plans for any additional extra features other than the Tales of the Black Freighter footage.
Blu Ray directors cut was leaked on the internets already...