The Twilight Saga

As previously advised, it has been confirmed by the distributors that the release date in Australia is 14 April... however, I also have information regarding the content of the DVD's/Bluray's

 

Here is the information I have received directly from the Australian distributors:

 

SINGLE DISC
·         Team Jacob vs Team Edward: The ultimate love triangle Featurette
·         Audio commentary with Director Chris Weitz and Editor Peter Lamber
 
2 DISC
·         EXCLUSIVE ECLIPSE- SNEAK PEEK
·         Team Jacob vs Team Edward: The ultimate love triangle Featurette
·         Becoming Jacob Featurette
·         Music Videos: x 4
·         Never-before-seen extended scenes
·         Never-before-seen deleted scenes
·         Audio commentary with Director Chris Weitz and Editor Peter Lamber
 
 
BD
·         EXCLUSIVE ECLIPSE- SNEAK PEEK

          The Journey Continues Featurette
·         Becoming Jacob Featurette
·         Team Jacob vs Team Edward: The ultimate love triangle Featurette
·         Music Videos: x 4
·         Never-before-seen extended scenes
·         Never-before-seen deleted scenes
·         Audio commentary with Director Chris Weitz and Editor Peter Lamber
 
EXCLUSIVE TO BD
·         Frame by Frame: Storyboards to screen Featurette
·         Fandimonium: A look at the die-hard fans Featurette

 

......

So, being that the Bluray has the most on it, and comparing it to the 3 disc version the US are getting, we are missing out on:

 

•  6-part Documentary: (65 min) Life After Twilight ..(unless that is what they meant by "The Journey Continues Featurette)
•  Introducing the Wolf Pack (9 min)
•  Shooting in Italy (7 min)
• Edward Fast Forward (30 min)
• Jacob Fast Forward (33 min)

• Interview with the Volturi (12 min)

And of course, who knows if we will get the full amount of deleted and extended scenes

 

BUT ECLIPSE SNEEK PEEK!!!!

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Thanks for that Kaysi... i first thought u needed a bullet for saying the acotrs were crap but uve turned out ok :)
hopefully we get the release that america do.... y does everyone forget about good ol aus??? we are the largest island for crying out loud!!! - hopefully that is right otherwise geography at school was a total waste of time!!!
I don't think the actors are crap, I just think they could be better :D

Ýeah, I'm okay, I can be pretty useful for tracking down info!

And get the one the US has? Hmm, we got the Twilight one nearly a year later.
Me too Suzi!

OK, I have worked out that the US has the most, but most expensive to order from as Target do not ship internationally... you would have to ship it to someone in the states, and get them to ship to you.

Or between Oz and UK versions, you get everything (plus the Eclipse peek) and UK Amazon should ship directly here.

Up to you
grrrr wish i had a region free dvd player so i could play overseas stuff grrrr can only play aussie stuff sometimes it can be soooo frustrating!!!!! grrrrrr
I have a region free player, but I don't know which one to get. I would love to know exactly what the 3 disc special has on it so that I can compare properly
what type of dvd player you got??? i went into JB the other day to buy a region free so i could start getting dvds from overseas but they reckon they cant tell you which are region free that its pretty much luck of the draw.... wot the???
I have a Panasonic Bluray... all those are region free for DVD

However, I have also heard that alot of cheap "no name" dvd players are region free.. that is luck of the draw I am afraid.
grrrrrr blue rays are expensivee arent they??? do they make that much diff to quality?
The cheapest bluray I have seen was $200.

And to be honest, for normal movies, it does not make too much difference.. but it certainly does for things with special effects or fast movements etc. There is a difference in the quality, but if its a normal movie, the quality difference isn't noticable.

To be honest, if you don't watch a lot of movies with effects or lots of action, I would say there would not be that much difference... for example, I watched Twilight on Bluray, and couldn't really see any difference, but something like Avatar, there would be a huge difference.

But I would definately recommened HDMI cables if your TV supports it.. that difference IS noticable! I have noticed a huge difference with that... DVD's were so much clearer, brighter and smoother movement etc.

And if you are wandering why if I don't personally think Blurays are overly fantastic, why I have one.. well I had to get a new DVD player, so I thought for the extra little bit, I may as well get the Bluray (to go along with the new TV etc).
Hey Bianca, we just bought a sony playstation 3 it plays blue ray and normal DVD and I play all my old UK DVD's on it from when we lived there no problem so I guess no region issues.
If you have a laptop and a HD tv you can use a HDMI cable and play anything from your computer. that's what I do, its great
Yes - or this option!

Be careful with this tho, some laptops will then lock the region to the one you have played a dvd from. This happened to my friend, and it will now only play a certain region.. although this is not common.

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