Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Details of Enterprise Season 2 on bluray, and movie DVD releases

TrekCore have posted details of the special features coming with Enterprise, Season Two, on bluray. As we've come to expect with these new season box sets, there will be a three part documentary, this time called “Uncharted Territory”. They describe it as follows:
...a three-part retrospective providing an inside look at the challenges faced by the writing staff and creators during the creative development of the second season, which ultimately inspired the controversial Xindi story-arc that kicks off in the season finale, “The Expanse.”
Another regular feature on these sets will be a reunion, “In Conversation: The First Crew” reunites the Enterprise cast for this set:
...a look at an intimate and candid discussion with members of the main cast and recurring guest stars, who reveal their most memorable stories from the set and their favorite behind-the-scenes moments. The reunion is moderated by series co-creator/executive producer Brannon Braga.
As with previous sets, the existing DVD features are also included. In addition there are a few new audio commentaries:
  • Carbon Creek, with Chris Black and Mike and Denise Okuda.
  • Regeneration, with John Billingsley and Bonita Friedericy.
  • First Flight, with Chris Black and Mike and Denise Okuda.
See TrekCore for a full disc contents lists. In other home video news, Amazon have added loads of new DVD and bluray listings, all coming in September. The most original sounding is Star Trek: The Original Series - Origins. There is no information on what exactly this is; at about $25 I would guess a two-disc highlights set. Origins is a pretty flexible title, could be key character episodes, introductions to Star Trek species, or concepts in Star Trek? Sure we'll find out soon enough.

Also coming is the Stardate Collection, on DVD and bluray. This is the latest release of all ten prime movies, exactly the same as the sets already released in Europe earlier in the year.

Finally all the prime movies are also getting individual DVD releases. The most popular films got separate releases back in 2009, and now it seems the rest of the series is being filled out. Additionally they are releasing all ten films as five two-movie sets.



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