Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
According to SlashFilm.com, the Blu-Ray for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues will feature three different cuts of the film.
Anchorman 2 came into theatres at the end of last year and will be back in theatres this coming weekend (February 28th, 2014) with an R-Rated version of the movie with 763 new jokes, and now we’re learning that there will be a third version that will be released on the Blu-Ray.
The third version of the movie will be a completely unrated cut. With the Blu-Ray will also be hours of bonus footage, including a reported 90 minutes of additional alternative takes.
Here’s the info from SlashFilm.com:
Blu-ray Disc 1
- Feature film in high definition (Unrated Version)
- Commentary by Adam McKay, Judd Apatow, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd & David Koechner
- Feature film in high definition (Theatrical Version)
- Behind-the-Scenes: Newsroom—Inside the making of the film
- Gag Reel, Parts 1 & 2
- Line-O-Rama, Parts 1 & 2—Non-stop alternate lines from the film
- Welcome to the Dolphin Show—Ron Burgundy takes on the crowd
- Catfight—Christina Applegate vs. Meagan Good with hilarious one-liners
- News-O-Rama—Ron and the News Team bring you the headlines
- Kench-O-Rama—Mashup of Kench Allenby’s most Australian moments
- Cast Table Read
Blu-ray Disc 2
- Feature film in high definition (Super-Sized R-Rated Version)
- Anchorman 2: The Musical—A look at the musical sequel that almost was
- RV—Dissecting the RV tumble
- Baxter & Doby—The lovable animals of Anchorman 2
- News Fight—Inside the biggest, baddest all-star celebrity brawl
- Deleted Scenes
- Extended & Alternate Scenes
- Previsualizations—RV, Shark Attack and News Fight sequences
- Auditions—Featuring Meagan Good, Dylan Baker and Amy Poehler
- Benefit for 826LA: “Spoiler Alert”—A special tribute to Anchorman 2
· Feature film in standard definition (Theatrical Version)
Anchorman 2 will be on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and VOD on April 1. The Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version will also be available digitally on March 11.
Any thoughts on how many versions of the film there will be? What did you think of the sequel? Are you going to see the R-Rated version this weekend?
Let us know below!
2/26/2014 – 2:20 am