Sony Pictures will release new Blu-ray editions of 2000’s Charlie’s Angels and 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle Oct. 22. Both films will include a preview of the Charlie’s Angels reboot film due in theaters Nov. 15.
The films, based on the 1976-81 “Charlie’s Angels” TV series, star Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu as a crime-fighting trio who are masters of disguise, espionage and martial arts.
The first Charlie’s Angels film will be released as a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray combo pack for the first time. The 4K disc will include the film’s trailer and an extended clip from the 2019 film. The regular Blu-ray in the combo pack will include archival extras: commentary with director McG and cinematographer Russell Carpenter, six featurettes, bloopers, deleted scenes and music videos. The combo pack will also include a digital copy.
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle arrives on standard Blu-ray for the first time and will include a digital copy, the preview of the 2019 film, and archival extras including telestrator commentary with McG, a writer’s commentary, an Angel-Vision trivia track, a music video, theatrical trailer, a “Full Throttle Jukebox,” and several making-of featurettes.
Shout! Factory’s horror imprint, Scream Factory, will release the four-disc The Poison Ivy Collection on Blu-ray Feb. 12.
The set includes the theatrically released erotic thriller Poison Ivy (1992) and its direct-to-video sequels Poison Ivy II: Lily (1996), Poison Ivy: The New Seduction (1997) and Poison Ivy: The Secret Society (2008), all making their Blu-ray debuts. The set includes the rated and unrated versions of each film.
Poison Ivy stars Drew Barrymore as a teenager named Ivy who befriends introverted teen Sylvie (Sara Gilbert) and seduces her father (Tom Skerritt). Poison Ivy 2 features Alyssa Milano as a college student named Lily, who finds Ivy’s diaries and is inspired to pursue a life of uninhibited sexual risk-taking. In The New Seduction, Ivy’s sister, Violet (Jaime Pressly), seeks revenge on the family the betrayed her mother. In Secret Society, a college freshman (Miriam McDonald) is invited to join an exclusive campus sisterhood, whose cold-blooded ambition causes the group to seduce, blackmail or do away with anyone that gets in their way.
The set includes a new commentary on the theatrical version of the first film with co-writer/director Katt Shea, plus trailers for each film.
According to Shout! Factory’s press release, the unrated versions of the first three films were created by inserting standard-definition footage into the HD rated version.