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Sandra Bullock Makes a Proposal on Blu-ray

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The Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds romantic comedy from director Anne Fletcher (27 Dresses), The Proposal, about a hard-nosed executive (Bullock) who talks her overworked assistant (Reynolds) into a marriage of convenience will be arriving on Blu-ray day-and-date with the DVD on October 20, 2009 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment. The Proposal is available in Two-Disc Blu-ray and DVD editions, as well as Single-Disc DVD and Blu-ray editions. Bonus features include filmmaker commentary, bloopers and an alternate ending. Both Two-Disc DVD and Blu-ray versions also include a Digital Copy of the movie that can be viewed on an array of electronic devices.

The Blu-ray release will come with a 2.35:1 high definition transfer and English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio 48kHz/24-bit sound at suggested retail price of $44.99 (US) and $51.99 (Canada) for 2-Disc Blu-ray with Digital File and $44.99 (Canada) for the 1-Disc Blu-ray.

Bonus Features for The Proposal:

  • Set Antics: Outtakes and Other Absurdities From The Proposal — Bloopers and light moments on set with the cast and crew of The Proposal
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Audio Commentary by director Anne Fletcher and writer Peter Chiarelli
  • Alternate Ending[amazon-product]B001PR0Y6C[/amazon-product]
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