Both as well as the single-disc DVD include commentary by the director Jon Favreau while the 2-disc DVD includes 16 minutes of Deleted Scenes (which includes Natalie Wears the Gauntlet and an Alternate Opening), two Featurettes (Creating Stark Expo and Practical Meets Digital) and Music Video: Shoot to Thrill featuring AC/DC. The 3-disc Blu-ray includes everything on the 2-disc DVD as well as Ultimate Iron Man: The Making of Iron Man 2 (4-part documentary), Illustrated Origins: Nick Fury, Black Widow, War Machine, Working with DJ AM, Concept Art Gallery, and a copy of the DVD.
Believe me, you and I have the same reason to get Iron Man 2 DVD — to view the deleted scene of Natalie a.k.a. Black Widow with Tony Stark titled "Natalie Wears the Gaunlet".
Just make sure you get the 2-disc DVD or 3-disc Blu-ray.
Avatar continues to dominate the movie industry with sales of 6.7 million DVDs and Blu-ray disks in the first four days, having sold more than 4 million total DVDs on the first day itself.
Twentieth Century Fox announced that James Cameron’s sci-fi epic has sold 2.7 million Blu-rays and 4 million DVDs since April 22 with a combined sales of $130 million and hence becoming the fastest-selling Blu-ray of all time.
At the moment, there is no announcement on a 3D DVD release just yet.
The Last Supper is a Japanese movie that emulates the cannibalism in “The Hannibal” series. Dr. Yuji Kotorida (Masaya Kato) is a well-respected plastic surgeon, but beneath the surface the good doctor’s a serial killer with a taste for human flesh. He keeps a diary online in which he describes his experience with eating dead young women, on how he came to this, from first frying up some fat from one of the women he liposuctioned, to finding a woman hanging in the park who became his first real entrée. But one day a detective discovers his secret. Will this be the end for our cannibal friend?