Just announced from Warner Bros and MK2 is The Chaplin Collection Vol. 2 This boxed set includes newly remastered versions of The Circus, City Lights, The Kid, A King In New York/A Woman of Paris, Monsieur Verdoux, The Chaplin Revue and the documentary feature Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin. All two-disc sets feature digitally remastered fullscreen transfers from restored vault elements under the supervision of the Chaplin family estate, along with remastered DD 5.1 and original mono tracks. The new releases will also feature plenty of bonus materials, including never-before-seen footage, behind-the-scenes glimpses and exclusive family home movie footage. The Chaplin Revue is a 1959 recut compilation of the silent comedies "A Dog's Life," "Shoulder Arms" and "The Pilgrim" (including Chaplin-added music, narration, and connecting material). The new two-hour documentary Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin, directed by Richard Schickel and narrated by filmmaker Sydney Pollack, features interviews with a multitude of Chaplin admirers, including Woody Allen, Richard Attenborough, Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr, Milos Forman, Andrew Sarris, Marcel Marceau, and Martin Scorsese. The Chaplin Collection Vol. 2 will be available on March 2nd with a retail of $99.92. The titles within the set will also be available individually (except for the documentary) with a retail of $29.98. Monsieur Verdoux will retail $24.98.