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  • Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November



    Home entertainment websites The Man Room and Blu-ray.com are reporting that Disney/Pixar's hit Ratatouille will be released on DVD/Blu-ray some time in November. Buena Vista Home Entertainment has not confirmed the exact release date, but it's expected the critically-acclaimed story of a rat chef will hit stores on November 6th to coincide with the release of the Pixar Short Films Collection on DVD.

    Source: The Man Room, Blu-ray.com
    Last edited by disneytim; 08-11-2007, 11:36 AM.
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    Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

    fabuleux!!!
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      Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

      That's coincidence, I buy a Blu-ray player (actually a PS3) and within a couple of hours they announce this! Cool! Now when are the others coming (Next summer, to help plug Wall-E?).

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        Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

        Cool. I'll also be able to upgrade my Pixar Shorts Laser Disc with a DVD ( I wonder if it will be the censored version of Knick Knack... The Disney released Laser disc was the original version, included with the Toy Story LD box set)

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          Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

          Originally posted by sailerm View Post
          Cool. I'll also be able to upgrade my Pixar Shorts Laser Disc with a DVD ( I wonder if it will be the censored version of Knick Knack... The Disney released Laser disc was the original version, included with the Toy Story LD box set)
          What'd they censor?

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            Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

            Amazing to think it will still be in cinemas here in the UK when it gets released on DVD in the USA
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              Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

              Originally posted by StrongStyle View Post
              Amazing to think it will still be in cinemas here in the UK when it gets released on DVD in the USA
              Tell me about it. SO glad I went to see it while at WDW.

              I suppose a UK Christmas DVD release might be asking a bit much?
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                Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                Am glad I've got to see it already as well and it looks like its the NTSC DVD on its way to me (no biggie) rather than wait.

                Does anyone know the french release date? With the Disneyland Paris park closing some nights at 7 during my visit in Sep, Im wondering if Ill be able to hit an evening performance while there (if they have in english)
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                  Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                  Originally posted by StrongStyle View Post
                  Does anyone know the french release date?
                  Ratatouille is already in French theaters and is breaking records:

                  http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=73958
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                    Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                    What'd they censor?
                    here's a link (in French) showing the re-rendering
                    http://www.dvdfr.com/news/news.php?id=2701)

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                      Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                      Huh... so the (biggest, heh) most obvious change they made was the ladies breast size... interesting...

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                        Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                        Video Business has confirmed that Ratatouille will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 6th, coinciding with the DVD/Blu-ray release of The Pixar Short Films Collection and the Blu-ray release of Cars.

                        This positions Ratatouille between other major holiday home video releases from Disney including The Jungle Book (10/2), Meet the Robinsons (10/23), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (12/4) and Walt Disney Treasures, Wave 7 (12/11).
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                          Re: Report: 'Ratatouille' Served Up on DVD/Blu-ray in November

                          Press release from Buena Vista Home Entertainment:

                          Cars and The Incredibles Ratatouille is an incredible adventure with something for everyone. It is the perfect recipe of comedy, heartfelt storytelling, and breathtaking animation. Experience Paris from the unique perspective of a rat named Remy, who dares to dream the impossible dream of becoming a gourmet chef in a five-star French restaurant. Bubbling over with bonus features, including an original animated short starring Remy and his brother, Emile, deleted scenes, and much more, Ratatouille Hi Def November 6, 2007.

                          Delicious DVD Bonus Features Include:

                          With introductions by acclaimed screenwriter/director Brad Bird.


                          Fine Food and Film: A Conversation with Brad Bird and Thomas Keller

                          Lifted

                          More Surprises!




                          Includes all the bonus features available on DVD plus:

                          All-new features only available on Blu-rayHi Def:
                          o bowl of ratatouille.
                          o Cine-Explore: An innovative, in-movie Java feature allows viewers to customize their own behind the scenes experience, which includes:
                          • Animation Briefings
                          • Documentary Shorts
                          • Deleted Shots: R.I.P.
                          • Deleted Scenes

                          The Incredibles) and the amazing storytellers at Pixar Animation Studios (Finding Nemo, Carsunlikely friendship's imaginable.

                          Last edited by disneytim; 08-28-2007, 06:45 AM.
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