Turning to be best top-drawer of 2009 box office, Roland Emmerich’s ‘2012’ left the audiences awestricken with Goosebumps and adrenaline rush in their veins. Much alike the theatrical release, the home video didn’t have a great opening in USA with a cost of Rs. 1500/-.
With Sony Pictures taking up the rights over distribution of Home Videos in India, the price tag has special news for all. The DVD costs just Rs. 499/- that comes with a double pack Disc and stunning features.
Unlike it’s previous releases ‘Angels and Demons’ and ‘Taking of Pelham 123’, the film doesn’t give you an audio option of various regional languages, say – Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.
The Disc 1 goes inclusive of – Deleted Scenes, Alternative Ending, special feature – Roland Emmerich: The Master of The Modern Epic.
Disc 2 brings some of the exclusive look on behind the scenes – Designing the End of The World, Silence behind the Destruction, and The End of The World: The Actor’s Perspective…
According to the reports of a spokesperson in Landmark, the DVD sales have rapidly increased within a short span of time. On pars, the rental shops have ordered for more than 8 copies so as to manage the heavy demand of their library members.