Sony Pictures Bows ‘House Bunny’ and ‘Pineapple Express’27 Oct, 2008 By: Chris Tribbey
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment closes the year with one comedy on home video, and opens 2009 with another.
On Dec. 23 (prebook Nov. 20) Anna Faris (Scary Movie) appears in The House Bunny, the story of a clueless Playboy bunny who’s kicked out of the mansion and takes a gig as housemother to a group of socially awkward sorority girls.
The film will be available on DVD at $28.96, Blu-ray Disc at $39.95 and UMD at $24.94. Special features for the Blu-ray and DVD include deleted scenes, a music video, several featurettes and more.
Jan. 6, 2009, (prebook Dec. 4) will see home video offerings for Pineapple Express, Judd Apatow’s tale of hapless stoners on the run from hired killers.
It will be available as a single DVD in both rated and unrated versions at $28.96, an unrated two-DVD set at $34.95, on Blu-ray at $39.95 and UMD at $24.94.
The DVD and Blu-ray options have a commentary, extended and alternate scenes, a gag reel and a making-of featurette. The two-disc unrated DVD edition and Blu-ray also have fifteen more featurettes, more deleted scenes and a digital copy. Exclusive to the Blu-ray is a “Ride the Express” game, where viewers can play the main characters, avoiding pineapples and hired killers while retrieving their “personal property.”