Disney's animated video game feature film Wreck-It Ralph will come to DVD and Blu-ray in two multi-disc packages filled with bonus features on March 5, 2013, Disney Home Video announced today.
Prior to the disc-based releases, Disney will make "HD Digital" and "HD Digital 3D" versions of Wreck-It Ralph available for download on Feb. 12.
Wreck-It Ralph will be released in March as a two-disc Collector's Edition release (DVD and Blu-ray) and a four-disc Ultimate Collector's Edition release (DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and digital copy). A standalone, frills-free DVD release will also be available. The combo packs and the HD Digital releases will include the following special features, according to a release from Disney.
- Bit by Bit: Creating the Worlds of "Wreck-It Ralph" — Fans of the film will get a look at five new worlds created for "Wreck-It Ralph." The short takes viewers into Game Central Station with the artists who brought Sugar Rush, Hero's Duty and Fix It Felix Jr. to life.
- Alternate & Deleted Scenes — Four separate scenes are highlighted with an introduction and optional audio commentary from director Rich Moore.
- Video Game Commercials — Viewers can check out the commercials created for the video games featured in the film - Fix It Felix Jr., Sugar Rush, Hero's Duty and Fix It Felix Hammer.
- "Paperman" — This animated short film played in theaters before "Wreck It Ralph." It tells the story of a young man in an office who sees the girl of his dreams in a skyscraper window across the street. But how can he get her attention?
The Wreck-It Ralph Blu-ray will also include the bonus feature "Disney Intermission: The Gamer's Guide to Wreck-It Ralph." The special feature stars Chris Hardwick who guides viewers through video segments that highlight the various video game and Disney references scattered throughout Wreck-It Ralph.
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