The most recent home video release of this movie is April 12, 2011. Here are some details…
Blu-ray Notes: The Incredibles
Release Date: 12 April 2011
The Incredibles release to Blu-ray in a Four-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy package. Bonus materials include:
- The Incredibles Revisited: Filmmakers Roundtable
- Paths to Pixar: Story Artists
- Studio Stories: Gary’s Birthday
- Ending With a Bang!: Making the End Credits
- Interactive! “The New Nomanisan” Island: A Top Secret Redevelopment Plan
- Plus the classic DVD features
DVD Notes: The Incredibles
DVD Release Date: March 15, 2005
Invite this family of superheroes into your home on a two-disc set, which offers commentary by writer/director Brad Bird, producer John Walker, and some of the movies’ animators. A making-of documentary introduces you to the zany genius behind the blockbuster. With as much energy as the characters of his script, Bird discusses deleted scenes and an alternate opening (which defends motherhood as a career choice). Additionally, there are seven featurettes describing the artistic process involved in making 3D computer-animation. (Some of the participants use mild profanity and terms of deity as expletives.)
Other bonus features include “Jack-Jack Attack” (where the babysitter talks about her experiences with the child who was too hot to handle), “Top Secret NSA Files on all the Supers” (learn more about the heroes incidentally mentioned in the movie), “Mr. Incredible & Pals”(a mock low-budget, Saturday-morning-style cartoon that becomes funny when you listen to the commentary provided by Mr. Incredible and Frozone), and Vowellet (an interview with Sarah Vowell, the voice talent behind Violet.)
Of course the usual Pixar extras are provided, such as a small collection of bloopers and “Incredi-Blunders” and the short film that ran before The Incredibles when it played in theaters. “Boundin,” is the story of a sheep whose pride is shorn with his wool. A jack-elope teaches him happiness can be found in more than his outward appearance. Bud Lucky, who created this piece, provides a commentary track.
The DVD is available in Digital 5.1 EX, with audio tracks in English, French and Spanish, with English subtitles.