Originally, it was said that there would be no single-disc DVD version of Eclipse, but Walmart has that very item listed on their website as available for pre-ordering. This edition probably doesn’t come with any of the 2-disc edition’s extras, but it is a widescreen version of the picture, and it is listed for $16.96.
Target, on the other hand, has a “Collector’s Edition Blu-ray/DVD” of Eclipse listed at $34.99 and available for pre-ordering. According to their site, the Collector’s Edition includes all of the features found on the “Special Edition” (six-part making of documentary, deleted/extended scenes, two audio commentaries with Stephenie Meyer/Wyck Godfrey and Robert Pattinson/Kristen Stewart, Jump To features, etc.) as well as “exclusive deluxe packaging and six collectible photo-cards.”
The Spanish DVD special edition of Eclipse has also been unveiled, and this should prove interesting to global fans because it includes a list of the extended and deleted scenes (with and without director David Slade‘s commentary), translated as follows:
- Deleted Scenes
- It is not life or death
- I have wanted to see what you do now
- Extended scenes
- Keep the window closed
- From now on I am Switzerland
- Someone is creating an army
- Bella, I envy you
- What I said to keep confidential?
- Jacob thinks very high
Rough translation, obviously, but it should give some idea of what the titles for U.S., et al editions may be. How do these compare with some of the ones discussed here?
They’ve also got one that comes with a book of some sort. Not sure what the exact nature of the book is, but it looks to be similar to the Official Illustrated Movie Companion.
Source: Twilight Examiner