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The 22nd movie in the James Bond franchise, Quantum of Solace, will be arriving on DVD and Blu-ray high definition disc on March 24, 2009.
Starting shortly after Casino Royale ends, Daniel Craig returns as James Bond, betrayed by the woman he loved and determined to find those responsible for her death. His pursuit and determination lead him deeper into the criminal organization known as “Quantum” and into the company of Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), an environmentalist using his wealth and power to help overthrow a government in exchange for a barren piece of desert land that will allow him to control the country’s water supply. Forced to work without the help of MI6, Bond partners with Camille (Olga Kurylenko), a young woman on her own quest for justice, and together they travel across the globe in order to stop Greene and seek retribution.
The movie opened in theaters on November 14, 2008, which means that the home video release is coming 130 days after theatrical opening. Casino Royale was released on home video on March 13, 2007, so Bond must like March!
Single-Disc DVD Special Features
- "Another Way to Die" Music Video
- Theatrical Trailers
Two-Disc Special Edition DVD Special Features
Includes all of the above single-disc content plus additional bonus features:
- "Bond on Location" 24-minute special feature
- Start of Shooting
- On Location
- Olga Kurylenko and the Boat Chase
- Director Marc Forster
- The Music
- Crew Files
Blu-ray DVD Special Features
Includes all of the above two-disc special edition content in hi-definition.
Source: MGM / Twentieth Century Fox Press Release
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