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Extract Makes its Way to Blu-ray

Miramax announced they will be bringing Office Space director Mike Judge’s comedy Extract to Blu-ray on December 22, 2009 day-and-date with the DVD release. The film features an all-star comedy ensemble including Jason Bateman (Juno, Arrested Development), Mila Kunis (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Kristen Wiig (Whip It, “Saturday Night Live”), Ben Affleck (He’s Just Not That Into You), J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man), Clifton Collins, Jr. (Sunshine Cleaning) and even a cameo appearance by KISS frontman Gene Simmons.Extract Blu-ray

Both Blu-ray and DVD versions include an exclusive featurette that offer Judge fans a revealing glimpse inside the mind of this comedy original, but the Blu-ray edition also has extended scenes and a deleted scene not shown in theaters. Full technical specifications are not yet known, but the Blu-ray will come with a high definition 1.85:1 transfer, an English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz/24-bit) soundtrack and will sell at a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Bonus Features Include:
Blu-ray and DVD:

  • Mike Judge’s Secret Recipe—What are the ingredients of a classic Mike Judge film?  Go straight to the factory floor to uncover the writer and director’s secrets. From shooting in a real working factory to the unique cast of characters and situations, Mike Judge always seems to have the right recipe.

And only on Blu-ray:

  • Extended Scenes—5 scenes featuring extended portions with Joel, Dean and Brad that didn’t make the final cut of the film.
  • Deleted Scene—Straight from the factory floor, watch this exclusive deleted scene where Dean explains his rather abrupt departure from Willie’s party the night before and finds out Joel got punched in the face.

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