3 Days to Kill Gets Extended Cut on Blu-ray
Looks like director McG hasn't made false promises when he talked about putting a longer version of his action thriller 3 Days to Kill out on home video when he was asked during the promotion campaign for the film's theatrical release. His hints now became a certainty when 20th Century Fox announced the DVD and Blu-ray for the movie.
While the film with leading actors Kevin Costner and Amber Heard had its theatrical run with the mass-appealing PG-13 rating, there's hope that the Extended Cut might add a little something in the violence department as it is usually the case with action films produced by French filmmaker Luc Besson (Taken, Colombiana, ...). While the Blu-ray will have the theatrical and extended version on board, the DVD buyers only get the PG-13. Some sources say that the Unrated will have about 5 more minutes and we sincerely hope that Amber Heard gets some nice additional scenes. Honestly, who doesn't.
The home video releases of 3 Days to Kill have their US release date on May 20th, 2014. You can order them at Amazon.com.
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