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Chicken Little ----> 3/14/06

Old 12-14-05, 07:39 AM
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Chicken Little ----> 3/14/06

From thedigitalbits.com:

Anyway, I've got a couple bits of new DVD information for you this afternoon. First, Disney has officially announced the release of the animated Chicken Little for 3/14. Extras on the disc will include deleted scenes, 3 alternate openings, music videos by The Cheetah Girls and the Barenaked Ladies, a karaoke sing-along option, the Where's Fish trivia game and more.
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Old 12-14-05, 07:43 AM
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But but do we get the 3-d glasses?
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Barenaked Ladies on a Disney DVD? I'm outraged!
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Old 01-23-06, 07:27 PM
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From dvdactive.com:

Title: Chicken Little
Starring: N/A (Animation)
Released: 21st March 2006
SRP: $29.99

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Disney Home Video has officially announced Chicken Little which features the voices of Zach Braff and Joan Cusack. The animated flick will be available to own from the 21st March, and should set you back around $29.99. The film will be presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen, along with an English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround track. DVD extras will include three alternate openings (featuring a “Chicken Little Storybook” concept, and another where Chicken Little is a girl), a "One Little Slip" Music Video, “One Little Slip” Karaoke, a “One Little Slip” Sing-Along, a "Shake Your Tail Feather" music video, and a Hatching Chicken Little: The Making Of The Movie feature (includes The Incubation Period: The Story Behind The Story, Cracking New Ground, Birds Of A Feather: The Voices Behind The Characters, Rock-A-Doodle-Doo: The Music Of Chicken Little and Ruling The Roost: A Day In The Life Of The Director). Artwork is attached:




I don't know why Disney didn't stick to the original cover:



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The new cover seems to incorporate elements from the poster for the 3-D version.

I didn't stay for the entire end credits when I saw the 3-D version in theatres, and I hear there was a tag at the end of the crawl that was not there in the flat showings. Hopefully that will appear on the DVD, if only in flat form.

I wasn't that impressed with the film, but it wasn't as bad as many said it was. The digital 3-D projection was awesome and the main reason I was interested; I don't think I'd buy a flat version.
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Originally Posted by Steve Phillips
The new cover seems to incorporate elements from the poster for the 3-D version.

I didn't stay for the entire end credits when I saw the 3-D version in theatres, and I hear there was a tag at the end of the crawl that was not there in the flat showings. Hopefully that will appear on the DVD, if only in flat form.

I wasn't that impressed with the film, but it wasn't as bad as many said it was. The digital 3-D projection was awesome and the main reason I was interested; I don't think I'd buy a flat version.
I agree, no sale for me.

the only thing I remember from the end credit crawl were the recognition for ILM's 3D work for the 3D version.
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when I went to check this out, I noticed that there is no mention of widescreen/foolscreen on the packaging. The only reference is a "1.78:1 aspect ratio." Why would they do this? People who don't know the numbers would have no clue as to which version they were purchasing (providing there are different versions)
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Originally Posted by achau9598
when I went to check this out, I noticed that there is no mention of widescreen/foolscreen on the packaging. The only reference is a "1.78:1 aspect ratio." Why would they do this? People who don't know the numbers would have no clue as to which version they were purchasing (providing there are different versions)
There is only 1 version currently.

(and people who don't "know the numbers" need to learn them anyway)
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It's the "Family Friendly Widescreen" format, meaning everybody is happy!
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