Warner Bros will be releasing Clash of the Titans (without a quickie 3D conversion) on Blu-ray and DVD on July 27th. The Blu-ray version (and possibly DVD, too) will contain the usual behind the scenes extras, however it is thought that it will also contain a sneak peek of Green Lantern.
Check out the artwork and specs below:
Warner Home Video has officially announced and detailed the 2010 version of Clash of the Titans, which is set for release on a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack on July 27. The Blu-ray will exclusively feature an alternate ending, plus Warner’s Maximum Movie Mode. A Blu-ray 3D version has not been announced at the time.
Special features include:
– Maximum Movie Mode with Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and director Louis Leterrier: includes enhanced scene breakdowns, enhanced VFX breakdowns, on-the-spot vignettes, close-up views of the Kraken, the Scorpiochs, Medusa, stuntwork, filming locales and more.
– Sam Worthington – an Action Hero for the Ages: a dedicated actor morphs into a lean fighting machine for a mythic movie
– Alternate ending: Perseus confronts Zeus on Mount Olympus
– Deleted Scenes
The first footage from Green Lantern is expected to debut a few days before Clash of the Titans arrives on Blu-ray at the San Diego Comic-Con, but Warner Bros. are using it as an incentive for people to buy Titans on Blu-ray. (I suppose we could just wait for the inevitable YouTube version).
You can pre-order Clash of the Titans via these links: