Thursday, March 31, 2005

"Phantom" DVD to Have Four Hours of Extra Features

Thursday, March 24, 2005

BROADWAY'S #1 MUSICAL OF ALL TIME THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA PERFORMS ON DVD & VHS MAY 3

Directed by Joel Schumacher, the Golden Globe Nominated Motion Picture Features Emmy Rossum, Gerard Butler, Patrick Wilson, Miranda Richardson, and Academy Award® Winner Minnie Driver

AVAILABLE IN A 2-DISC SPECIAL EDITION PACKED WITH SPECIAL FEATURES

On May 3rd, the critically acclaimed epic, The Phantom of the Opera, debuts on DVD and VHS from Warner Home Video. Exquisitely adapted from Andrew Lloyd Webber's world-renowned stage musical, The Phantom of the Opera features the acting talent and exemplary voice of Emmy Rossum (The Day After Tomorrow, Mystic River), Gerard Butler (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, Tomorrow Never Dies), Patrick Wilson (The Alamo, Angels in America), Miranda Richardson (The Prince and Me, Sleepy Hollow) and Academy Award® winner Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting).

Available just in time for Mother's Day gift giving, The Phantom of the Opera is available in a 2-disc Special Edition DVD for $29.95 SRP in widescreen format and in a single disc version for $27.95 SRP in widescreen and fullscreen formats. The Special Edition will include a second disc full of breathtaking special features including an in-depth look at the making of The Phantom of the Opera, the story of the musical's legacy, a hidden sing-a-long and an additional scene. The VHS will be priced for rental.



DVD special features that will capture your heart include:

"Behind The Mask" - The Story of The Phantom of the Opera
The Making of The Phantom of the Opera in 3 Spellbinding Acts:
Pre-production
The Director
Production
"No One Would Listen": Additional Scene
DVD-ROM PC Weblink to the Phantom's Online World.

Languages: English
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Running time: 143 mins
DLBY/SURR DLBY/DGTL [CC]

Friday, March 04, 2005

"Phantom" DVD to Hit U.S. Stores in May; International Release Dates Announced

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Patrick Wilson Interview