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Hop on Blu-Ray and DVD

Mar 22, 2012

The Easter Bunny comes early when HOP hits the shelves on Blu-Ray and DVD March 23, 2012.

About the Movie

He was destined to be the Easter Bunny, but all he wanted to do was rock! When teenager E.B. leaves for Hollywood in pursuit of his dream to become a rock star drummer, he meets Fred, and out-of-work slacker with his own lofty goals. Together the two encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and misadventures and in the end help each other recognize the important of family. 

 

Special Features

HOP is available on Blu-Ray and DVD Combo Pack March 23, 2012. Some of the special features include:

  • Phil’s Dance Party – An all-new mini movie starring fan-favorite chicks Phil and Carlos. Phil eats so much candy that he crashes, leaving Carlos to perform a solo of the big dance finale.
  • The World of HOP – Explore an interactive map of Easter Island to experience the making of HOP.
  • All Access with Cody Simpson – The best selling teen heartthrob performs the film’s catchy theme song “I Want Candy” and attends the HOP world premiere.
  • Russell Brand: Being the Bunny – A wacky look at what happens in Russell’s brain as he prepares to become the Easter Bunny.
  • Carlos on Carlos – Experience the world premiere of HOP from the point of view of Carlos. Viewers are given a guided tour of the party, where they can meet celebs and see all the fun!
  • E.B.’s Candy Challenge – The first one to the finish line in this virtual board game wins! There are some challenges along the way, including mini games like Picture Challenge, 2 Egg Monte, and Candy Fix.
  • Drum Along – E.B. can hit some tasty beats. Viewers compete to keep up with him as he plays a sequence of rhythms on four drums.

A ton of other special features are also included, like more interviews, games and a digital copy of the film.

Sneak Peep: "Phil's Dance Party"

It's an all-new mini-movie starring fan-favorite chicks Phil and Carlos. Phil’s enthusiastic dance moves are a knock out in more ways than one!

 

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EmilyUser

EmilyUser wrote:

Love this movie - was so funny and cute!
commented: Wed Apr 04, 2012

fools101

fools101 wrote:

I think this Movie was funny !! ~Jess~
commented: Mon Mar 26, 2012

ettam

ettam wrote:

megan love: lol
commented: Fri Mar 23, 2012

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