Shout! Factory will release Four Weddings and a Funeral: 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray Feb. 12 through its Shout Select premium imprint.
A new 4K scan and a new interview with the Director of Photography are among the many special features on the release.
The 1994 romantic comedy, which was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar, focuses on the relationahip between Charlie (Hugh Grant), a charming bachelor and frequent best man at the string of weddings he attends with his friends, and Carrie (Andie MacDowell), an enchanting American who catches his eye just as she is about to marry the wrong man.
The cast also includes Kristin Scott Thomas and Rowan Atkinson.
The Blu-ray includes new 4K scan of the film from the original camera negative, and the “The Wedding Photographer,” a new interview with director of photography Michael Coulter.
Additional extras include an audio commentary with director Mike Newell, producer Duncan Kenworthy and writer/co-executive producer Richard Curtis; “The Wedding Planners” documentary; “Four Weddings and a Funeral … In the Making” featurette; “Two Actors and a Director” featurette; deleted scenes; promotional spots; and the theatrical trailer.
Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) returns as an accidental secret agent in Johnny English Strikes Again, the third installment of the comedic spy series, arriving on digital Jan. 8 and Blu-ray, DVD and on demand Jan. 22 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
English (Atkinson) and his sidekick Bough (Ben Miller) are back. When a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, English is called out of retirement to find the mastermind hacker. A man with few skills and analog methods, he must overcome the challenges of modern technology.
The cast also includes Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace), Jake Lacy (Carol) and Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks).
Bonus features on disc and digital include:
- “The Comedy Genius of Rowan Atkinson,” a look at Atkinson’s comedic talents;
- “The Johnny EnglishLegacy,” in which the cast and filmmakers discuss how the character has evolved;
- “Virtual Reality Johnny EnglishStyle”;
- “The Gadgets,” in which Atkinson leads viewers through his notable collection of gadgets;
- “The Cars,” about the use of autos in the film;
- “Locations and Design,” covering the film’s set designs and locations;
- “A Cast of Characters,” about the supporting cast; and
- feature commentary with director David Kerr.