‘Prince Caspian’ DVD/Blu-ray Releasing Dec. 2

Disney will be releasing Prince Caspian to DVD and Blu-ray on December 2nd, 2008 — right in time for the holidays! Blu-ray.com states that the release will include audio commentary with cast and crew members, behind-the-scenes documentaries, deleted scenes, interactive games, outtakes, and BD-Live functionality. You can read the article here. Thanks Bow&Arrow for the heads-up!

Prince Caspian on DVD and Blu-ray

Prince Caspian on DVD and Blu-ray

UPDATE: Blu-ray.com writes: “Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has revealed that they will offer two versions of the upcoming Blu-ray release of ‘Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian’, which is due on store shelves December 2nd, day-and-date with the DVD release. The standard version will be a two-disc release featuring 2.4:1 1080p AVC video accompanied by a 7.1 24-bit PCM soundtrack. The second version will be a three-disc release featuring a digital copy of the film. The digital copy version is expected to cost about $5 more than the standard version. The digital copy will work on most digital video players, including iPods.”
Although the LWW Blu-ray received excellent reviews, some were surprised that it did not include a 24-bit audio track. So Blu-ray owners should be happy to see that the Prince Caspian Blu-ray will have it.

Disc 1
* Audio Commentary with Director Andrew Adamson
* BD-Live (Blu-ray exclusive)
* Circle-Vision Interactive: Creating the Castle Raid (Blu-ray exclusive)

Disc 2
* The Bloopers of Narnia
* Deleted Scenes
* Inside Narnia: The Adventure Returns
* Sets of Narnia: A Classic Comes to Life
* Big Movies Comes to a Small Town
* Previsualizing Narnia
* Talking Animals and Walking Trees: The Magical World of Narnia
* Secrets of the Duel
* Becoming Trumpkin
* Warwick Davis: The Man Behind Nikabrik

Disc 3
* DisneyFile Digital Copy

The movie is also available for pre-order at Amazon: (2-disc BD) (3-disc BD) (1-disc DVD) (3-disc DVD)

We’ll continue to bring you more information as it becomes available.

Read our review of the LWW Blu-ray Disc