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SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT GIVES FIRST LOOK AT MENU SCREENS FOR TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION DVD
Motion Menu Screen Features Favorite Classic Characters
New York, New York, September 12, 2006 — The home entertainment group of SONY BMG Music Entertainment today is providing fans a first look at the main menu page of the TRANSFORMERS: The Movie 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD. This two-disc set, a must have for TRANSFORMERS fans and collectors alike, will be released on November 7th.
Beginning today, fans can log onto www.TRANSFORMERSthemovieDVD.com and view a capture of the menu screen. The DVD will feature motion menus, with the most popular TRANSFORMERS characters making an appearance.
For the 20th Anniversary Edition, Sony BMG Home Entertainment completely re-mastered and color-corrected the film and will present Optimus Prime, Megatron and the rest of the star-studded Autobots and Decepticons in true splendor through three distinct versions: 16x9 Widescreen presentation, the Autobot Matrix of Knowledge presentation featuring trivia and fun facts about the movie itself; and a full-screen edition.
To further commemorate the 20th anniversary of the film, SONY BMG is providing fans with some extra-celebratory content that lets them track back to the true origins of the TRANSFORMERS, including original commercials for the toy line and movie.
Sony BMG Home Entertainment is expanding the DVD’s collectibility to the packaging itself. The company has commissioned fan-favorite artist Don Figueroa to create the imagery for a special “transforming” cover.
TRANSFORMERS: The Movie features the voice of Orson Welles in his final role, as well as stars Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Casey Kasem, Robert Stack, John Moschitta, Peter Cullen, and Frank Welker. The DVD also features a winning soundtrack featuring the iconic theme "The TRANSFORMERS" performed by Lion, and the popular "The Touch," performed by Stan Bush. The movie, set in 2005, chronicles the efforts of the heroic Autobots to defend their home of Cybertron from the evil Decepticons and Unicron, a huge robotic creature that devours planets.
For more information on TRANSFORMERS: The Movie 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD log onto www.TRANSFORMERSthemovieDVD.com
About SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT is a global recorded music joint venture with a roster of current artists that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars, as well as a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. SONY BMG is 50% owned by Bertelsmann A.G. and 50% owned by Sony Corporation of America.
Okay that menu's just luscious.10 times better then the menu on Rhino's Movie release.
Someone should make that as desktop wallpaper *hint hint*
Wow. I like it.
I like that a lot. It's got a nice, Cybertronian feeling to it; yet it's simple. Huge props to the designer.
shoulda used different optimus art >___>
Don's got to get his bread and butter somehow...
Meh, anything done by DON is okay by me.
looks like the death star trench.
"the force is strong this one."
The line art mixed with cheesey 3D is really not doing it for me.
Same thing I thought. "Star Wars:Transformers:The Movie!"
i think i see josh's point. the 2d character art clashes with the 3d background.
I like it! Better Optimus than Rodimus anyday!
dam right KA
that and i didnt care much for that pseudo masterpiece rendition of prime from the MTMTE book anyways xD looked rushed [plenty of other old art they coulda used besides]
They could have made a 3D Prime to go with the background. Like the kind used in the Season 2 DVDs.
However, I'll still buy it
Anyone know if this movie is cut or uncut?
One word: NICE!
The Autobot symbol looks off too. The symbol should have been embossed into the background. Still, it does look very nice. I'm looking forward to getting it and I already have the movie on DVD. I'm a geek that way.
Ironically the art there doesn't have Prime's EXTREMELY WEAK STOMACH. Just has a tire, which would probably not mortally wound him for no apparent reason if Megatron shot it.
Overwise Prime would have gone into stasis lock every time he went into the shop for a wheel balance.
I'd love a movie Prime figure with 'Extremely Weak Stomach that can take multiple hits while in vehicle mode' and Megatron's 'Convienient Lightsaber'.
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