From Universal Studios Home Entertainment: Neighbors
SETH ROGEN AND ZAC EFRON STAR IN THE #1 COMEDY BLOCKBUSTER NEIGHBORS
WITH AN EPIC ALTERNATE OPENING GUARANTEED TO BRING NEW LAUGHS
BE THE FIRST TO OWN IT ON DIGITAL HD AUGUST 12, 2014
BRING HOME THE BLU-RAY™ COMBO PACK INCLUDING BLU-RAY™, DVD & DIGITAL HD WITH ULTRAVIOLET™ SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
Good fences aren’t nearly enough to keep things neighborly when a non-stop rager breaks out in the suburbs next door to sleep-deprived new parents in the comedy blockbuster, Neighbors, available on DIGITAL HD August 12, 2014 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. The outrageously funny comedy will arrive on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack including Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital HD with UltraViolet™ and On Demand September 23, 2014. Both the Digital HD and Blu-ray™ include a never-before-seen uproarious Alternate Opening that Yahoo! Movies’ Kevin Polowy hails as “explosively funny.” The Alternate Opening reveals just how the boys of Delta Psi Beta came to suburbia. The Neighbors Blu-ray™ Combo Pack will also include additional bonus features including a Gag Reel, Line-O-Rama, Behind The Scenes interviews and more.
Bonus Features Exclusive to Digital HD and Blu-ray:
Alternate Opening: Uncover the mystery of how the original Delta Psi Beta house was destroyed and how the neighbors became neighbors.
On the Set with…: Dave Franco provides a tour around the frat’s fundraiser (aka dildo sale), while Christopher Mintz-Plasse talks about and demonstrates his special “prop”.
Blu-ray and DVD Bonus Features:
Gag Reel: The entire cast contributes to these hilarious on-set flubs.
Line-O-Rama: The laughs continue take after take in this improvisational extended scene!
An Unlikely Pair: Take a behind-the-scenes look at the unlikely pairing of comedic veteran Seth Rogen and heartthrob Zac Efron.
Partying with the Neighbors: Parties, babies and crazy friends; these three elements lead to some of the funniest moments on the screen and on set.
The Frat: Learn more about Delta Psi Beta – the current frat brothers, the legends of Delta Psi that came before, and current whipping boy, Ass-Juice.
Your part in 22 Jump Street is pretty unforgettable… Yes. I can confidently say that it’s the weirdest thing I’ve ever done on film-and I’ve done a lot of strange things.
Your Funny or Die videos are a riot. What cracks you up? Christopher Mintz-Plasse- no one makes me laugh harder than he does. Also, my two enormous cats. They are 17-pound tabbies who love to spoon. There’s a lot of cat incest going on in my house.
If you were on Tinder, what would your tagline be? “I go to sleep every night with 34 pounds of cat on top of me.” That would probably scare off 90 percent of the Tinder community, but for the 10 percent that embraces it, I’ve got nothing to hide from there.
Would you ever date one of James’s exes? No, It’s a lose-lose situtation. Either I’m dating the girl he used to date and it ends up horrible, or it ends up great, we get married, and then have awkwardness for the rest of our lives when James is around.
Can we talk about dick pics-have you ever sent one? I don’t think I’ve ever sent a full-on dick pic. Maybe a bulge pic? Like pressing up against those jeans. But never full-skin, graphic, close-up dick pic. I don’t think any girl wants to see that! Bulge pics are the new black.
James Franco has found the man to play actor Greg Sestero in his forthcoming adaptation of Sestero‘s 2013 book The Disaster Artist, which details the author’s involvement in the cult film The Room. Not that Franco had to look very far: According to 3 News, Franco’s brother Dave attended a Los Angeles screening of The Room over the weekend and, during a Q&A with the film’s mercurial writer-director-star Tommy Wiseau, asked him, “How do you feel about me playing Greg Sestero in the movie?” Wiseau responded by declaring, “That’s what I say: It’s a good choice.” James Franco seemed to confirm the casting news when he tweeted a photograph of Wiseau with his brother, which you can see above.
It was announced last February that James Franco would direct an adaptation of The Disaster Artist. Franco’s production company Rabbit Bandini is producing the film in cahoots with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Point Grey Productions. In May, Rogen said that James Franco “might” play Wiseau himself.
The Room was originally released in 2003. Over the past decade, it has become beloved as a so-bad-it’s-hilarious cult classic. In a review of The Disaster Artist which James Franco wrote for VICE, the Oz the Great and Powerful star described Wiseau as “a lonely little boy who wants love. He, like so many people with stars in their eyes, sees film not only as a medium of expression, but the gate to acceptance. It is the place where his work will find like-minded people who will learn to love him through his work, not only because of it. This is the hope of most artists, and the book turns Tommy’s sometimes ridiculous struggle into a paradigm for those wishing to be creative in a world where it is usually too hard to be. In so many ways, Tommy c’est moi.”