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The Da Vinci Code Blu-ray Details Revealed

Sony has finally unveiled the  details for the long awaited Blu-ray release of the Tom Hanks and Audrey Tatou blockbuster The Da Vinci Code. Originally announced for release two years ago, the title was pulled from Sony’s release slate.

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The 2-Disc set is now confirmed for an April 28, 2009 release in the US with an SRP of $38.96 and a 9 May 2009 release in Germany with an SRP of 25.99.

Special features will include:

Disc 1:

  • CineChat
  • New Select Scenes Commentary with Director Ron Howard
  • Unlocking the Code Interactive Picture-in-Picture (I-PIP)

Disc 2:

  • Featurettes Include First Day on the Set with Ron Howard
  • A Discussion With Dan Brown
  • A Portrait of Langdon
  • Who is Sophie Neveu?
  • Unusual Suspects
  • Magical Places
  • Close-up on Mona Lisa
  • The Filmmakers’ Journey
  • The Codes of The Da Vinci Code
  • The Music of The Da Vinci Code
  • Book to Screen
  • The Da Vinci Props
  • The Da Vinci Sets
  • Re-creating Works of Art
  • The Visual Effects World of The Da Vinci Code
  • Scoring The Da Vinci Code
  • La Partie Francaise Du Da Vinci Code

Order The Da Vinci Code on Blu-ray Disc at Amazon.com

Order the German Release of The Da Vinci Code on Blu-ray from Amazon.de

Order The Da Vinci Code on Blu-ray from CD Universe

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