Alpha and Omega
Monday 10th January 2011
Get ready to join wolves Kate, Humphrey and a host of new friends on the adventure of a lifetime as Alpha and Omega bursts onto Blu-ray and DVD from 21st February 2011, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Produced by Crest Animation Productions and Richard Rich, the director of Disney's legendary The Fox and the Hound, Alpha and Omega is a brand new and beautifully animated family adventure from Anthony Bell (Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys) and Ben Gluck (Bambi II, Home on the Range). It features a wealth of A-list voice talent, including Hayden Panettiere (TV's Heroes, I Love You Beth Cooper), Justin Long (Going the Distance, He's Just Not That Into You), Christina Ricci (Speed Racer, Penelope), Danny Glover (Death at a Funeral, 2012), and Dennis Hopper (Speed, Waterworld).
Kate (Panettiere) is an alpha wolf within her pack, dedicating herself to her responsibilities to the pack at large and spending her time focusing on duty and discipline. Humphrey (Long), on the other hand, is an omega wolf who lives for fun and friendship, without a care in the world. As Kate's father has promised her paw in marriage, to the son of another alpha wolf in an opposing pack with a view to preventing all-out war, she is never more keenly aware of her duties as when she and Humphrey are taken by rangers from their Canadian homeland and relocated in Sawtooth Park, Idaho.
With time running out before the planned marriage gives way to violence between the rival packs, Kate and Humphrey must deal with all manner of challenges in order to make it home in time and save the day. But one challenge that they didn't account for was the way their feelings have changed, and as returning home draws ever closer the pair must face up to their biggest challenge yet - that they have fallen in love with one another...
One of the most genuinely charming family adventures of 2010, the Blu-ray and DVD release of Alpha and Omega also marks the arrival of 2011's first must-have home entertainment experience for kids and their parents. And with the release timed perfectly for the February half term holiday, Alpha and Omega is also the perfect school holiday distraction!
- Making Of: Part 1 - The Alpha of Animation
- Making Of: Part 2 - Voicing the Wolves
- Making Of: Part 3 - From Alpha to Omega
- Wolves in the Wild featurette
- Deleted scene
- Animal Fun Facts Trivia
- Log Sliding interactive game
- Personality Test: Are You An Alpha Or An Omega?
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.