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Really (said in my best Dr. Evil voice).
Really? Blah
We got both. We had the cut featuring the Statute of Liberty romantic scene, whereas places like Hong Kong got a truncated version of the planetarium scene and incomplete special effects...
Huh, so the R2 got that but R1 didn't? Here, there's is no single disc release, just the 2-discer.
theres a 2 disc version? Oh c**p
I got the single disc extended edition and the Silver Surfer featurette is the only thing that you get with it.

What's this Wolverine insert thingy that is mentioned?
Where exactly is this "Silver Surfer" featurette? I looked over the first disc and it's not there...
Mark Lim wrote: Re-released as a feature-packed Two-Disc Extended Edition just before Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer hits US Cinema screens most of the bonus material found on the second disc will be familiar to anyone who bought the two-disc edition available outside of the USA, but the extended cut is so far exclusive to this edition.
I got the HK Gift Set LE that came w/ 2-Disc so that means it's the same disc 2 then. I also got the BestBuy Tin that signified that R1 has a 2-Disc before this, but I never play the 2nd disc so I don't really know what it is?

Well, I'll get this anyway doesn't really matter!
Here is the full details regarding the Extended Edition...

Fox Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Fantastic Four (Extended Edition) for 5th June 2007 priced at $26.98 SRP. Starring Chris Evans (Cellular), Jessica Alba (Sin City, Into the Blue), Ioan Grufford (Hornblower) and Michael Chiklis (The Shield), Fantastic Four is the tale of four ordinary people who become the most fantastic superheroes the world has ever known.

Re-released as a feature-packed Two-Disc Extended Edition just before Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer hits US Cinema screens most of the bonus material found on the second disc will be familiar to anyone who bought the two-disc edition available outside of the USA, but the extended cut is so far exclusive to this edition.

The new extended cut is promoted as being 20-minutes longer than the theatrical version.

Please not the details for Disc 1 are reproduced verbatim from the info supplied to retailers by Fox, and are therefore a little raw with no real context supplied at this point…

Disc 1: Main Feature
2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
English DD5.1 & DTS 5.1 Surround
English, French & Spanish subtitles
US Theatrical Version & Seamlessly Branched Extended Cut
Cast Commentary by Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba and Michael Chiklis (Theatrical Version)
Director/Producer/Writer Commentary by Tim Story, Avi Arad, Kevin Feige, Michael France, and Mark Frost (Theatrical & Extended Versions)
Extended & Deleted Scenes:
Scene 2: "Icy Reception" (aka:Doom's Lobby)
Scene 35: "Fan 4 Wake-Up" (aka: Post Cosmic Storm)
Scene A40: "Push into Plant" (aka: Flower)
Scene 104: "Ben's Birthday" (aka: Watching B-day Tape)
Scene 111: "Sue Cloaks Envelopes"
Scene 119: "Reed Tests Plant"
Scene 110: "Victor/Sue's Dinner"
Scene XX1000: "Hot Elevator Girl" (aka: Johnny w/ Girls)
Scene A98: "Storage Room"
Scene 124: "Victor Takes Over"
Commentary for U.Se 130 & 131: "Art Gallery"
Scene A131: "Johnny and Victor in Limo"
Scene 133: "Art Show"
Scene150: "Thing on a Bench"
Scene 151: "Johnny's Bar Tricks"
Scene 132: "Planetarium With Kiss"
Scene R132: "Walk and Talk"
Scene 180: "Proposal with Stretch"
Main Title: Alternate Version 1
Main Title: Alternate Version 2
Insert Scene 132: "Wolverine Bit - Alternate Insert"
Theatrical Teaser
Theatrical Trailer
TV Spots
Fantastic 4 Rise of The Silver Surfer trailer
Silver Surfer featurette

Disc 2: Extra Features
Heroes Are Born: Making of Fantastic Four – Feature-length documentary
The Baxter Building: Declassified
Multi-angle Animatic to Scene Study
FF hit by cosmic storm
Brooklyn Bridge
Ben hits Johnny
Reed and Doom fight
Johnny chased by missile
The Thing and Doom fight
Featurettes:
The World's Greatest Comic Magazine
Jack Kirby – Storyteller
Collectibles:
Visiting the Stately Ross Museum
Gallery (50 stills)
From Comic Book to Film
Still Galleries:
,li>Behind the Scenes
Character Sculpts
Characters
Concept Art
Costumes
Human Torch Flame Tests

See the cover art here...
http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid...
This is a movie that has grown on me with time and viewing it on the mvie channels.  It still feels like a made for tv, afternoon special for superheros.  I thought all the actors were fine (Torch was best, agreed,)Thing was fine, Alba and Stretchy were decent enough (except Doom, he sucked in general).

I do look forward to the next one far more than I ever looked forward to this one.  Is 5 minutes more movie going to make it better or worth double dipping... I am unsure at the moment.
The best thing in FF was Chris Evans as the Human Torch, he made the movie worth watching for me. The movie could have been a lot better, it had massive potential. Like the end battle, it felt rushed.
Ravenwood wrote: Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: Yay! 5 more minutes of wasted celluloid!  This was the second worst Marvel adaptation I've seen (first is, of course, DareDevil). The Thing's subplot was the only good part about it.

I thought Elektra was the worst. I enjoyed FF and the sequel looks like it might be better. I'm glad this DVD is finally being released.


I didn't waste my time on "Elektra". Granted "Fantastic Four" wasn't THAT bad, it just went nowhere slowly. It was 2 hours of an origin story with a weak climax.
Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: Yay! 5 more minutes of wasted celluloid!  This was the second worst Marvel adaptation I've seen (first is, of course, DareDevil). The Thing's subplot was the only good part about it.

I thought Elektra was the worst. I enjoyed FF and the sequel looks like it might be better. I'm glad this DVD is finally being released.
Well, due to the trauma I suffered during the theatrical version, I was less than enthusiastic to check out the DC, how does it compare?
Chris Gould wrote: The director's cut was good, but the theatrical cut sucked.

I agree on the DC being superior, but I didn't mind the hyper-stylization of the theatrical version as much as I did in, say, Ghost Rider (Same director.... I know).
The director's cut was good, but the theatrical cut sucked.
Wy everybody gotta hate on Daredevil? I thought it was an excellent adaptation. A hell of a lot better than The Punisher or X3.
Well more curvy Jessica Alba, who can blame them...?
I loved the movie so much that I thought it ended sooner than it was supposed to.. time flew!

Glad I waited for the DVD..
Yay! 5 more minutes of wasted celluloid!  This was the second worst Marvel adaptation I've seen (first is, of course, DareDevil). The Thing's subplot was the only good part about it.
Fantastic Four: Extended Cut
For those of you out there who hold out on the purchase of Fantastic Four, here's some good news:

"20th Century Fox Home Entertainment just announced that they will be releasing Fantastic Four: Extended Edition on June 5th. This two-disc set includes the 106min theatrical version and a new 111min extended cut presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic with Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS Surround tracks. Bonus materials include an audio commentary track, deleted & extended scenes, “Heroes Are Born: The Making of Fantastic Four,” “Jack Kirby: Storyteller,” “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine” featurettes, animatics, art and photo galleries, trailers, TV spots and a look at the upcoming sequel “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.” Retail is US$26.98"