Original SPIDER-MAN Trilogy Coming To BLURAY

Spider-Man Bluray 2012

Just in time for this summer’s highly anticipated release of “The Amazing Spider-Man,” in theaters July 3, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is re-releasing “Spider-Man,” “Spider-Man 2″ and “Spider-Man 3″ on Blu-ray with UltraViolet on June 12. Each edition includes new, collectable O-Ring packaging, as well as a code for owners to enter at a movie ticket redemption site (www.sonymoviecash.com/ASM), where they can see a sneak peek of “The Amazing Spider-Man” and print their free movie ticket offer*. The “Spider-Man” Blu-ray includes two never-before-seen bonus features “Spider Sense Over Movie Trivia Game” and “The Spider-Man Cutting Room.” The “Spider-Man 2″ Blu-ray includes both previously released theatrical and extended versions of the film, with additional footage and fight sequences not seen in theaters.

UltraViolet is included on each edition, allowing owners of the Blu-ray to add the films to their Digital Right Library, enabling them to download or instantly stream the film. 

The critically-acclaimed trilogy based on the Marvel Comics characters, which boast a combined worldwide box office gross of almost $2.5 billion, stars Tobey Maguire (“Seabiscuit,” “The Great Gatsby”) as Peter Parker (alias Spider-Man), Kirsten Dunst (“Meloncolia”) as Mary Jane Watson, and James Franco (“Rise of the Planet of the Apes”) as Harry Osborn. All three releases are directed by Sam Rami (“Evil Dead” trilogy). The series also features spectacular villains, with Willem Dafoe (“The Boondock Saints”) as Green Goblin/Norman Osborn in “Spider-Man,” Alfred Molina (“The Da Vinci Code”) as Doc Ock/Dr. Otto Octavius in “Spider-Man 2,” and Thomas Haden Church (“Easy A,” “Sideways”) as Sandman/Flint Marko and Topher Grace (“Predators”) as Venom / Eddie Brock in “Spider-Man 3.”

New to the “Spider-Man” Blu-ray:

  • “Spider Sense Trivia Challenge” — Rise to the ultimate web-slinging challenge as you test your “Spider-Man” movie knowledge in this over feature trivia game. Do you have the spider sense to achieve the highest score?
  • “The Spider-man Cutting Room” — Create and share your own video using clips and music from the movie!
  • New collectible O-Ring packaging

“Spider-Man” Blu-ray Bonus Features Also Include:

  • Filmmakers and Cast Commentary Sam Raimi, Laura Ziskin, Grant Curtis, and Kirsten Dunst
  • Visual Effects Designer & Crew Commentary John Dykstra & Special Effects Crew
  • Tobey Maguire and J.K. Simmons Commentary
  • “Spider-Man: The Mythology of the 21st Century”
  • HBO Making of “Spider-Man”
  • “Spider-Mania” an E! Entertainment Special
  • Director Profile: Sam Raimi
  • Composer Profile: Danny Elfman
  • Costume Design Featurette
  • Seven Behind The Scenes of “Spider-Man” Featurettes
  • Screen Tests with Tobey Maguire, J.K. Simmons, and CGI Spider-Man   
  • Costume and Makeup Tests       
  • Gag/Outtake Reel
  • Six Muti-angle Webisodes
  • Music Video: “Hero” performed by Chad Kroeger and featuring Josey Scott. Performed by Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, Saliva vocalist Josey Scott, Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron, and Theory Of A Dead Man guitarist Tyler Connolly
  • Music Video: “What We’re All About” performed by Sum 41

New to the “Spider-Man 2” Blu-ray:

  • New collectible O-Ring packaging

“Spider-Man 2” Blu-ray Bonus Features Also Include:

  • Commentary with cast and crew (Theatrical Version)
  • Technical commentary (Theatrical Version)
  • Commentary with Producer Laura Ziskin and Screen Writer Alvin Sargent (Extended Version)
  • Blooper Reel
  • 12 Part Making of — Making the Amazing Featurette
  • Hero in Crisis Featurette
  • Ock-Umentary Featurette
  • Five-Part Visual Effects Breakdown

New to the “Spider-Man 3” Blu-ray:

  • New collectible O-Ring packaging

“Spider-Man 3” Blu-ray Bonus Features Also Include:

  • Commentary with Director and Cast
  • Filmmaker Commentary
  • Bloopers
  • Concept Gallery: Sketches
  • Concept Gallery: Paintings
  • Concept Gallery: Sculptures
  • Photo Gallery: Special Effects
  • Photo Gallery: Director and Cast
  • Music Video: “Signal Fire” by Snow Patrol

“Spider-Man” has a run time of approximately 121 minutes and is rated PG-13 for stylized violence and action. “Spider-Man 2” Theatrical version has a run time of approximate 127 minutes and is rated PG-13 for stylized action violence. Extended version “Spider-Man 2.1″ has a run time of approximate 136 minutes and is NOT RATED. “Spider-Man 3″ has a run time of approximate 139 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence.

*Up to $10 at participating theaters.