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Wizards Of Waverly Place: The Movie :: Extended Edition DVD

Wizards Of Waverly Place The Movie Extended Edition
Courtesy Of Disney

Great news for all you Wizards Of Waverly Place fans! If you loved Wizards Of Waverly Place: The Movie then you’ll be excited to know that it’s out in Extended Edition just in time for the holidays on December 15, 2009!


Magic Movie

Embark on a supernaturally exciting adventure as the Russos, your favorite family of wizards-in-training, join together on a quest full of heart-stopping action and hilarious magical mishaps! While on vacation, Alex (Selena Gomez) accidentally casts a spell that threatens her family’s existence! Max (Jake T. Austin) tries to keep his parents together while Alex and Justin (David Henrie) use every trick they know as they search for the Stone Of Dreams to reverse the spell and save their family. You won’t want to miss one extraordinary moment of this extended, magic-filled and action-packed movie!


Exciting Extras

So why’s it called an Extended Edition? Because it features exclusive footage, behind-the-scenes bonus and awesome extras that take you deeper into the mysterious world of wizardry:

  • Color-Changing Wishing Stone With Clip: Comes with the DVD for a limited time only
  • Insider’s Exclusive: On Location! Your Favorite Stars Reveal: Special Effects; Movie Stunts; Magical Props; Animal Actors & More!

Video: The Stunt Rocks! (Bonus)


Video: Ruby (Bonus)


Video: Wildlines (Bonus)


Video: Switching Mom (Extended Scene)


Video: Wrong Spell


Video: Welcome To Paradise


Video: Rescue Mission


Video: Stone Of Dreams


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