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Big: 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray Combo Pack in December

Fox Home Entertainment has officially announced they will be releasing Big: 25th Anniversary Edition on  Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack December 10, 2013 just in time for the holidays. The release will feature special collectible sound chip packaging that plays “Heart & Soul”, the extended cut of the film, and additional bonus features on disc. The package will retail for a SRP of $19.99. See below for further details.

 

Tom Hanks Shines in his First Oscar®-nominated Performance

When the BIG: 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Arrives on Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack December 10

Featuring Collectible Sound Chip Packaging That Plays “Heart & Soul”

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Two-time Oscar® Winner Tom Hanks* received his first Best Actor Nomination for his disarming turn as a 12-year-old man-child in Penny Marshall’s timeless, “hilarious” (Newsweek) delight. Tired of being a kid, Josh Baskin wishes he was big. When he wakes up the next day, he’s an adult! Now, Josh must hold down a job – and please a new boss (Robert Loggia). Tougher still, he must convince his best friend that he’s still himself, and explain to a beautiful woman (Elizabeth Perkins) who falls for him, that he’s not. Soon, Josh just wants to be a kid again, but can he? As exhilarating as it was during its acclaimed debut, the “warmhearted” (The Washington Post) Big is available as a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack!

*Actor: 1993, Philadelphia; 1994, Forrest Gump

Special Features

Big Extended Cut

  • Big Brainstorming Audio Documentary by Writers/Co-Producers Gary Ross and Anne Spielberg
  • Deleted Scenes, Including 5 with Intros by Director Penny Marshall
  • Big Beginnings
  • Chemistry of a Classic
  • The Work of Play
  • Hollywood Backstories: Big
  • Carnival Party Newswrap

BIG: 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack

  • Street Date:    December 10, 2013
  • Screen Format:    Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Audio:  English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (Blu-ray) / English Stereo (DVD)
  • Subtitles:    English / Spanish
  • Total Run Time: 104 minutes
  • U.S. Rating:   PG
  • Closed Captioned:   Yes

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