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20th Century Fox have announced their line-up of titles due for release in October 2002.

20th Century Fox October releasesFirst up is the WWII drama starring Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell (of Minority Report fame). Here's a rundown of the film from the press release:

"When Col. William McNamara (Willis) is stripped of his freedom in a German POW camp, he's determined to keep fighting - even from behind enemy lines. Enlisting the help of a young lieutenant (Farrell) in a brilliant plot against his captors, McNamara risks everything on the most perilous operation of his career - a mission to free his men...and change the outcome of the war."

Look out for this disc, which includes a commentary track with Director Gregory Hoblit and Bruce Willis as well as 10 deleted scenes, from October 16, 2002.

Two rental titles are also slated for release on the same day. Firstly, Playing Mona Lisa is a feel good comedy starring Alicia Witt, Brooke Langton and Johnny Galecki. Described as being "filled with quirky characters, I've-been-there smiles and witty dialogue" the film might be well worth a look.

The other rental title due for release is the oddly titled, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. The film tells the story of a washed up hitman and stars Stellan Skarsgard ( Good Will Hunting), Chris Penn ( Reservoir Dogs) and Australia's own Jacqueline McKenzie. Another title take a peek at during October.

20th Century Fox October releasesBut the most anticipated Fox release has to be the animated smash-hit Ice Age, starring the voice talent of John Leguizamo, Ray Romano and Dennis Leary. This popular family flick is destined to sell well on DVD, particularly considering the massive line-up of extras on the disc. Here's a rundown of what to expect:

- Audio Commentary with Director Chris Wedge and Co-Director Carlos Saldohna
- Gone Nutty: Scrat's Missing Adventure
- HBO behind the scenes special
- 6 deleted scenes
- Multi-Angle sequences
- 6 mini featurettes and heaps more

Phew! You can look out for this promising DVD from October 16, 2002. Pre-order your copy today.  

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