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Real Steel on Blu-Ray and DVD

Jan 23, 2012

Hugh Jackman hits home TV screens on January 24, 2012, with the release of Real Steel on Blu-Ray and DVD.

Real Steel is set in the not so distant future where boxing has gone high-tech and 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall steel robots have taken over the ring. It is the inspiring tale of washed-up boxer Charlie (Hugh Jackman), who scrapes by as a small-time robot fight promoter as he tries to make a comeback. Against all odds he eventually succeeds, at least in the eyes of his son Max (Dakota Goyo). 

 

Special Features

The movie will be available on Blu-Ray, DVD and Blu-Ray Combo Pack. The DVD copy includes:

  • Making of Metal Valley
  • Building the Bots
  • Bloopers

 

The Blu-Ray and DVD two-disc version includes:

  • Real Steal Second Screen
  • Countdown to the fight – The Charlie Kenton Story
  • Sugar Ray Leonard: Cornerman’s Champ
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Plus all DVD Bonus Features

The three-disc Blu-Ray Combo Pack has the most value and includes a Blu-Ray disc, a DVD and a digital copy of the film. It also has all of the bonus features listed above.

Behind The Scenes & Concept Images

 

Making of the Bots Concept Art

 

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