Say Anything...When is it on DVD Format?

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  1. Dakota_D

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    Just wondering if anyone can inform us of Say Anything... coming to DVD in the near future. It would help me justify the expense of our home theatre to my wife. hehehe. She loves that movie.
    Thanks in Advance.
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    The older threads on this don't show up in search, so I'll summarize. Earlier this year a thread in this section recorded well over 100 requests for this classic. After this, Fox's Peter Staddon announced that Say Anything had been added to their DVD release list. It was one of HTF's finest hours!
    No date has been set yet. It will be a special edition, and these things take time to prepare. I believe one of the holdups is that they want director Cameron Crowe to be involved and he has been busy this year making Vanilla Sky.
    Be patient, we know our friends at Fox will deliver a great disc.
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    Anyone have an update on Say Anything coming to DVD?
     
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    In this thread Peter Staddon posted the following -
     
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    Absolutely can't wait for this title, either...between this and Better Off Dead, I don't know which is my favorite Cusack film...
     

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