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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jeremy Conrad, Jun 11, 2002.
No SNAPPER!!!! RIP Snapper!
Wohoo! Way to go Newline... 1st Rush Hour 2, now Blade 2! hehe Chris.
So when is this to be released?? I can't wait...
No doubt that Alliance is going to put it's ugly emblem and bilingual garbage on the Canadian version. Other than that, it should be a great set.
awesome all i can say, thanks for posting the cover, i'll be picking this movie up when it comes out
Nice. I so cannot wait for this.
The canadian spine might be saved though... Thank god... I think "Blade II" is "Blade II" in french. Or maybe they need to write it twice so everyone will know what it is.
So it is.. it must have changed. Anyway, I updated my personal release page here
Thanks for the heads up!
hey in case you didn't know already, and you probably do, here are the specs for the Blade 2 release: Two disc set: 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS audio. Here are the special features: Disc One: Commentary track with director Guillermo Del Toro and writer David Goyer Commentary track with producer Peter Frankfurt and Wesley Snipes Isolated score Disc Two: Production Workshop: Director's Notebook: Interactive reproduction of director's notes with an intro by Del Toro A Pact in Blood: Interactive collection of original documentaries -- various docs on production, story and other subjects Art gallery Original theatrical press kit Deleted/alternate scenes Blade II video game survival guide Music video: Cypress Hill and Roni Size "Child of the Wild West" Theatrical trailers DVD ROM: Script-to-Screen Original Website
Why no Infinifilm? Because 2 discs? I would think this would be a must. Doug
He does look a little silly in that akward position, doesn't he?
Is this cover from the poster art used to promote the film? Chris S.
This disc is gonna be great, but I wonder why they didn't just go all out and make it an Infinifilm.
Thanks for posting the pic! BTW - that silly pose is a martial art position from any number of the martial arts Wesley knows. Most likely, it's from a Wushu form, which Donnie Yen probably influenced. Matt