I'm way excited about the BW movie arriving on DVD the week of Halloween. Yes, I realize not a lot of people loved the movie, but I was in the minority who did love it, and I'm a HUGE BW fan. The cover art and extras are listed over at PlayUSA.com though this cover shot is from Amazon.com. Special Features: Director Nora Ephron Commentary Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary Witch Vision Trivia Track Eight Stars Shots Including: Nicole Kidman - Witch Star, Michael Caine, Shirley Maclaine *spit*, Will Ferrell Why I Love BEWITCHED Featurette BEWITCHED Trivia Game An Actor Prepares: The Penetrating Craft Of Jack Wyatt (I spit at shirley's name because she was absolutely TERRIBLE in the movie...it seemed like she was there simply to pick up a paycheck...) I believe that some of the deleted scenes will involve Jack and Isabel's wedding, their fooling around in a playpark and a scene with Dr. Bombay (played by Fred Willard). According to the official announcement from Sony regarding this release (courtesy of TVShowsonDVD.com), "while most copies of the DVD for the 2005 film will be the standard affair ("Bewitched - Special Edition), there will also be a special version they label as "Bewitched (Special Edition)/Bewitched TV Sampler 2-Pack Back to Back". The list price for this is the same as for the Bewitched - Special Edition ($28.96), but it seems that there will be a bonus disc with a "Bewitched TV Sampler" on it which makes this a "2-Pack". While no other details about that were available from Sony's initial announcement, the wording does seem to indicate that the disc will have some episodes of the TV show on it." I would assume that the sampler would include the episodes seen in the movie including Episode #1: "I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha" and Episode #41: "The Joker is a Card" plus an Aunt Clara episode and maybe even Episode #190: "Super Arthur" where we see Uncle Arthur break mirrors for the only time (Jack erroneously states that Uncle Arthur would do that every time he showed up on the show). I think the movie will do much better on DVD than it did in theaters.