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Risky Business 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition: Tom Cruise’s Breakout Classic Debuts September 16 On DVD and Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def

“A movie of new faces, inspired insights and genuine laughs” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
BURBANK, Calif. — On September 16, in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Risky Business, Tom Cruise again grabs his air guitar, cranks up Bob Seger’s “Old Time Rock and Roll” and dances his way back into the hearts of millions in the film that launched him into superstardom. Warner Home Video will be releasing two sexy new versions of the Risky Business 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition. Packaged in a new o-sleeve, the standard definition will sell for $19.97 SRP and the Two-Disc Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def for $28.99 SRP. Order due date is August 12.

Both versions of the Risky Business 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition have been restored and remastered with 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio and boast special bonus content including an all-new 25th anniversary retrospective documentary The Dream is Always the Same: The Story of Risky Business in both standard and high definition formats as well as screen tests and the director’s cut of the final scene. An in-depth audio commentary with Tom Cruise, Paul Brickman and Jon Avnet is available on the DVD only. Also available exclusive to the Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def Edition is a video commentary with Tom Cruise, Paul Brickman and Jon Avnet and a digital copy of the film compatible with iTunes(R) and Windows Media devices(TM) which allows consumers a single non-transferable download of the full-length feature to their PC or iPod.

Risky Business started it all for Cruise who has since been nominated for three Academy Awards(R) and six Golden Globes(R), winning three of the latter (Best Performance by an Actor for Born on the Fourth of July and Jerry Maguire plus Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for Magnolia). His other memorable starring roles include All the Right Moves, Top Gun, Rain Man, Days of Thunder, A Few Good Men, Interview with the Vampire, the Mission Impossible series, Collateral and War of the Worlds. (Source: Centre Daily Times)

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