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Monsters, Inc. Heading to Blu-ray

MonstersIncBlurayDisney-Pixar’s beloved animated classic Monsters, Inc. is coming to Blu-ray in a 2-disc set loaded with bonus features on November 10, 2009 at a suggested retail price of $39.99. The release will feature a 2.35:1 1080p/24 high definition transfer with English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 audio and  English SDH, French, and Spanish subtitles.

All new bonus features exclusive to the Blu-ray release include:

  • Filmmakers Round Table — Filmmakers Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, Darla Anderson, and Bob Peterson reflect on the creation of the film, and share their most memorable anecdotes.
  • Monsters, Inc Ride and Go Seek: Building Monstropolis in Tokyo — A sneak peak of the newest Monsters attraction in Tokyo Disneyland, with exclusive interviews of the artists and engineers behind the ride.
  • Roz’s 100 Door Challenge (Interactive Game) — Think you have what it takes to be a Monsters, Inc. employee? Roz will be the judge of that with her 100 Door Challenge. Deal with whatever is behind each new door. It could be a puzzle, a trivia question, a mini-game . . . it could be crazy! Do your best. Your future employment at Monsters, Inc. hangs in the balance.
  • BD-Live
  • DisneyFile digital copy for iTunes and Windows Media devices

Plus original DVD bonus features:

  • Academy Award® nominated short film “Mike’s New Car“ (With Audio Commentary By Directors)
  • Academy Award® winning short film “For the Birds” (With Audio Commentary By Director)
  • Banished Concepts
  • Storyboard To Film Comparison
  • Monster file
  • Animation Gag Reel 1: Sulley/Boo/Waternoose
  • Animation Gag Reel 2: Giraffe Gag
  • Animation Gag Reel 3: Sulley Bowling Boo[amazon-product align=”center”]B00168OIOE[/amazon-product]
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