Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga (US - DVD R1 | BD RA)
Hey Twilight fans! Summit and Lionsgate have something else you need to buy!
Starring: Sparkling Vampires
Released: 5th November 2013
SRP: $74.99, $64.98
Just when you thought your Twilight collection was complete, Summit and Lionsgate are celebrating the 5th anniversary of the first film's release with a big ol', multi-film box-set.
Twilight Forever: The Complete Sagawill be available as a 10-disc Blu-ray set (plus Digital HD UltraViolet) and as a 12-disc DVD set (plus Digital UltraViolet) on November 5 and includes over two hours of brand new exclusive content.
The new extras (available on both the Blu-ray and DVD versions) will include
- Retrospective cast interviews.
- The Twilight Saga: Breaking Character, which showcases previously unreleased behind-the-scenes moments on set.
- An exploration of the epic’s 'Twilight FAN-omenon.'
- Twilight Forever: Edward’s Saga.
- Twilight Forever: Jacob’s Saga.
These new features will be available alongside the 10-plus hours of bonus material released via previous home entertainment editions that includes multi-part 'making of' documentaries, behind-the-scenes featurettes, cast and crew interviews, deleted and extended scenes, photo galleries, red carpet footage, music videos and more.
The deluxe packaging arrives in a double-sided box that highlights beloved characters, one side featuring Edward and Bella and the other side featuring Jacob; and the discs are held in a commemorative photo album highlighting the most iconic moments from the entire saga (as seen below):
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