X Men 3: mThe Last Stand



Century Fox Home Entertainment’s Box-Office Juggernaut Debuts
On DVD on October 2nd 2006

Three Alternate Endings, Deleted/Extended Scenes,

Director Audio Commentary Plus Two Distinct Menu
Viewing Options

The mutant
revolution is upon us! The lines have been drawn and now everyone
must choose a side as mutants clash and the final epic battle begins
in X-Men: The Last Stand, erupting onto 2-Disc Special
Edition DVD and UMD on October 2nd 2006 from Twentieth
Century Fox Home Entertainment (RRP ?4.99). The stunning
climax to the X-Men trilogy directed by Brett Ratner, X-Men:
The Last Stand
features a gripping storyline, compelling
characters and complex choices along with stunning special effects
that are brought to life in this must-own DVD. Featuring extensive
and exclusive DVD extras including alternate endings,
deleted/extended scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, galleries and
Easter eggs, X-Men: The Last Stand on DVD is certainly
worth taking a stand for!

Twentieth Century
Fox Home Entertainment will also be releasing on October 2nd
2006 a special X-Men: Collectors Edition 6-disc Trilogy box
set, including an exclusive Stan Lee comic book.
Featuring each of the three X-Men films, including all of the
special features and extras, this 6-disc trilogy box set is available
for a recommended retail price of ?4.99.


In X-Men: The Last Stand, a pharmaceutical
“cure” for mutancy threatens to alter the course of
history and the stability of the mutant community. For the first
time, mutants have a choice: retain their superhuman abilities,
though it isolates and alienates them, or give up their unique powers
to fit in as “normal.” The opposing viewpoints of
peaceful mutant leader Charles Xavier and his militant counterpart
Magneto, who believes in the survival of the fittest, are put to the
ultimate test – triggering the war to end all wars!

Returning X-Men
favourites Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Storm (Halle Berry), Rogue (Anna
Paquin), Iceman (Shawn Ashmore) and Professor X (Patrick Stewart) are
joined by a host of new faces, including Beast (Kelsey Grammer),
Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) and Angel (Ben Foster) to do battle against
their power-hungry counterparts led by Magneto (Sir Ian McKellen),
Mystique (Rebecca Romijn), Pyro (Aaron Stanford) and Juggernaut
(Vinnie Jones). Further complicating matters is the resurrection of
Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) as the all-powerful Phoenix… a force
that the X-Men must keep in check as the opposing Brotherhood seeks
to unleash her destructive power upon humanity.


X-Men: The
Last Stand
on DVD offers two distinct menu sets, allowing
viewers to choose whether they align themselves with the X-Men or The
Brotherhood. With each menu presenting a variety of different extra
options, this is an innovative and original DVD feature.

bonus materials include:

  • Brett
    Ratner’s production diary

  • ‘X-Men:
    Evolution Of A Trilogy’ featurette

  • ‘X-Men:
    The Excitement Continues’ featurette

  • ‘X-Men
    Up Close’ interactive gallery

  • ‘Anatomy
    Of A Scene: The Golden Gate Bridge’ featurette

  • Vignettes

  • Blogs

  • Previz
    Animatic Gallery

  • Character
    Still Galleries

  • Concept
    Art, Storyboards and Models Galleries

  • Audio
    commentaries by director Brett Ratner, Avi Arad

  • 21
    Deleted scenes

  • 3
    Alternate endings

  • Easter

  • Trailers

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