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Beauty and the Beast The Iron Giant, with April and Howard Lovecraft. Franck Ekinci, adapted from the acclaimed graphic novel by Jacques Tardi.
In 1941 Paris, a family of scientists is on the brink of discovering a powerful longevity serum when they are mysteriously abducted, leaving young April alone. Ten years later, April (Marion Cotillard) carries on the research with only her cat Darwin for company, but soon finds herself at the center of a shadowy conspiracy, on the run from sinister agents, ped- inated for the Best Picture Oscar, and nabbed two Academy Awards as well as a Golden Globe.
The Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere version out Sept. 6 and the Blu-ray/ DVD/ Digital release both boast four versions of the film: original theatrical, “Human Again” branched version, theatrical singalong and Work-In-Progress/ PIP.
Shared bonuses also include “Alan Menken & Friends: A Tribute,” “Always Belle” imagines a young H.P. Lovecraft living out his rich imaginations.
The otherworldly adventure kicks off when young Howard Lovecraft receives the legendary Necronomicon from his unwitting mother, and is transported to a dangerous, frozen world populated by horrifying creatures. After saving and befriending a monster he calls Spot, the boy sets out on a perilous new scenes that shouldn’t be missed.
Produced under the old Warner Bros. Feature Animation shingle and based on poet Ted Hughes’ book, The Iron Giant is a heartwrenching sci fi tale of an unlikely friendship between a rebellious young boy named Hogarth (voiced by Eli Marienthal) and a giant robot (Vin Diesel), exploring themes of fear and self-determination. This Blu-ray release has both the original and signature versions of the film, plus new making-of documentary The Gi-
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