On January 26th, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will release Bruce Willis’ sci-fi action thriller Surrogates on DVD. To celebrate the release, FilmFetish is giving away two copies of the DVD edition of Surrogates to readers.
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More about Surrogates
Action superstar Bruce Willis (the Die Hard franchise) headlines another spectacular thrill ride in the gripping film Surrogates, coming to Blu-ray Hi-Def and DVD on January 26, 2010 from Walt Disney Studios. Directed by Jonathan Mostow, Surrogates is a heart-pounding futuristic tale of splintered identity, treachery and murder. The DVD edition comes with an array of bonus features that not only invite viewers to delve deep into the darkly imaginative world of Surrogates, but describe how this futuristic idea is not such a far-off reality.
Based on the enormously popular graphic novel created by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele, Surrogates also stars Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill), Ving Rhames (Mission Impossible), James Cromwell (Spider-Man 3) and Rosamund Pike (An Education).
FBI agent Tom Greer (Bruce Willis) lives in a world where robotic surrogates stand in for people, protecting them from violence, contagion—and the appearance of aging. These picture perfect, real-life avatars—fit, good-looking, remotely controlled machines that assume their operator’s life role—enable the population to experience life vicariously from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Greer and his partner, Agent Peters (Radha Mitchell), are called in to probe the mysterious death of a college student, whose life ended when his surrogate was destroyed. When Greer’s surrogate is damaged in the investigation, he ventures out of his apartment for the first time in decades. In a world of masks, Greer must decide who is real and who can be trusted.
Bonus Features include commentary with director Jonathan Mostow (U-571, Terminator 3) and “I Will Not Bow” Music Video by Breaking Benjamin.
Check out this exclusive video clip promoting the upcoming release.