Little Miss Sunshine / Man on Fire
Sunday 8th February 2009
Bring some sunshine into your life this winter with the heart-warming, hilarious, and highly original Little Miss Sunshine, released to buy for the first time on Blu-ray on 9th February 2009 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Also exploding onto Blu-ray on the same date is Man on Fire, the gripping, action-packed suspense thriller, starring two time Academy Award® winner Denzel Washington. This high-definition award-winning double-act includes something for everyone, with all the stars, action and adventure you could wish for!
Starring Steve Carell, Greg Kinnear, Toni Collette, Abigail Breslin and Alan Arkin, Little Miss Sunshine tells the poignant yet funny story of the dysfunctional Hoover family, as they are thrown together on a cross country road trip filled with mishaps. The Hoovers squeeze into the family's temperamental old VW van to drive the 800 miles from their home after seven year Olive (Breslin; Signs) has qualified, by default, for the finals of the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant in California. With no shortage of setbacks and challenges along the way, the road trip is a mix of comedy highs and lows and tragic revelations that bring the family together for the journey of their lives.
Panic is rising in Man on Fire as Mexico City is becoming overrun by organised crime, and kidnappings are out of control. With compelling supporting performances by Christopher Walken, Mickey Rourke and Radha Mitchell, Man on Fire stars Denzel Washington (Training Day) as ex-CIA operative and assassin John Creasy, who has lost faith in humanity. Things begin to change for him when he is hired to protect a wealthy couple's nine-year-old daughter Pita (Dakota Fanning; Uptown Girls), but suddenly take a turn for the worse when Pita is snatched from Creasy's watch.
As he starts to tear away at the underworld's infrastructure, Creasy takes apart all involved and exposes the ugly truth that the city is run by a corrupt and sophisticated organisation which he must destroy. Directed by acclaimed director Tony Scott (True Romance, Enemy of the State), Man On Fire on Blu-ray is guaranteed to take you on a high-definition heart-stopping rollercoaster ride of revenge and betrayal, while Little Miss Sunshine is set to become a favourite Blu-ray that will bring a smile to your face over and over again! With both discs boasting a host of fantastic special features including exclusive new High-Def content, prepare yourself for these exceptional adventures and be sure to capture a copy on Blu-ray!
Special Features - Little Miss Sunshine
- Audio Commentary by Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
- Audio Commentary by Screenwriter Michael Arndt with Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Screenwriter Michael Arndt with Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
- Do You Wanna Talk? This is the Gag Scene (1 min 9 secs)
- Alternate Endings with Optional Audio Commentary by Screenwriter Michael Arndt with Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (5 mins 9 secs)
- On the Road with The Hoovers: The Making of Little Miss Sunshine (18 mins 6 secs)
- We're Gonna Make It: A Session with Mychael Danna and DeVotchka (2 mins 46 secs)
- Who Are The Hoovers? (17 mins 10 secs)
- No-one Gets Left Behind: The Music of Little Miss Sunshine (10 mins 7 secs)
- 13 Webisodes (25 mins 1 sec)
- Poster Gallery (Stills)
- Til the End of Time Performed by Devotcka from the Little Miss Sunshine Soundtrack (3 mins 51 secs)
- Soundtrack Spot
Special Features - Man on Fire
- Audio commentary by Director Tony Scott
- Audio commentary by Production Lucas Foster, Brian Helgeland and Dakota Fanning
- Vengeance is Mine: Re-inventing Man on Fire Documentary
- 15 Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Director Tony Scott (29 mins 27 secs)
- Pita's Abduction: Multi-Angle Sequence with Optional Commentary by Director Tony Scott (24 mins 14 secs)
- Pita's Abduction: Tony Scott's Storyboards (53 stills)
- Pita's Abduction: Script Excerpt (8 stills)
- Photo Gallery (60 stills)
- Music Video: Kinky 'Oye Como Va'
- Theatrical Trailers
- None or TBC
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.