Shout! Factory Sets Home Release Dates for ‘Standing Up, Falling Down’

Shout! Factory has set a March 31 home release date for Standing Up, Falling Down, a comedy film directed by Matt Ratner and written by Peter Hoare.

Starring Billy Crystal, Ben Schwartz, and Eloise Mumford, the film premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival and will be available to home audiences on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and digital on demand.

After years of chasing his stand-up comedy dream in Los Angeles, 34-year-old Scott (Schwartz) crashes and burns. Left with little money and a failed career, he has no choice but to regroup and return to his parent’s house in Long Island. Trying to figure out what to do next, he pines after his ex (Mumford), a successful photographer who had since married a former mutual friend. During a night out at the bar, he meets an eccentric dermatologist (Crystal) who, having regrets of his own, helps Scott find the courage to face his failures.

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Bonus features include the theatrical trailer, audio commentary with director Ratner and stars  Crystal and Schwartz, and a three-part look at the making of Standing Up, Falling Down.

Shout! Factory Celebrating 30th Anniversary of ‘When Harry Met Sally’ With Special-Edition Blu-ray Jan. 8

Shout! Factory will release a 30th anniversary collector’s edition of the iconic romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally on Blu-ray Jan. 8.

The release features a new transfer restored from a 4K scan of the original camera negative, and includes a new bonus interview with director Rob Reiner and star Billy Crystal.

The Blu-ray is being released through the Shout Select imprint, which focuses on special editions of classic and cult-favorite films.

The film stars Crystal and Meg Ryan as buddies who deal with the question of whether sex will ruin a perfect friendship between a man and a woman. The cast also includes Carrie Fisher and Bruno Kirby.

The When Harry Met Sally: 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray also includes legacy bonus content from earlier Blu-rays such as a Reiner audio commentary; a commentary with Reiner, Crystal and screenwriter Nora Ephron; the “How Harry Met Sally” Documentary; deleted scenes; a Harry Connick Jr. music video; the theatrical trailer; and additional vintage featurettes.