Project X gets an extended cut
Even though the number of extended cuts for recent theatrical films has been reduced in the past, some blockbusters still get the longer version for the home cinema releases. The found-footage party movie Project X generated solid cash at the box office and gets the extended treatment.
Warner Home Entertainment didn't announce a release date for the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray yet, but submitted the extended cut to the MPAA already. Just like the theatrical version, the longer cut received an R rating. The reason that Warner submitted the 2nd version of the film to the MPAA can be found in the label's politics that state that they don't release unrated products anymore.
As of now, no details regarding the extended cut are public. What seems likely and quite Warner-ish is the strategy to release the theatrical version on DVD and include both cuts only on Blu-ray.
Release: May 05, 2012 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey - Source: MPAA
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