Paramount Home Entertainment will release Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" on DVD, HD-DVD & Blu-ray this December 12th.
The film will be available in five different editions: single disc full screen, single disc widescreen, 2-disc Commemorative Edition, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray.
The single disc editons will include: a "Commentary by Oliver Stone," a "Commentary by real-life survivor Will Jimeno and real-life rescuers Scott Strauss, John Busching and Paddy McGee," and "Nine deleted/extended scenes (Extended Locker Room, Extended Roll Call, Concerned Business Woman, Fireman Johnny, Original Hole Two Through Allison Making Lunch, Judy Gets Word Jay Is OK, John's Ghost, Barbeque Flashback, and Paramedic Tends To John) - each with optional commentary by Stone."
The 2-disc Commemorative Edition, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray Disc will include all of the above plus, a "Making-of featurette, which is split into three parts (Committing to the Story , Shooting in New York and Los Angeles, and Closing Wounds)," a "Two-part Common Sacrifices featurette (Rescue and Recovery)," "Building Ground Zero: a Visual & Special Effects featurette," "Oliver Stone's New York," a "Q&A with Oliver Stone," the "Theatrical Trailer," "Five TV Spots," and a "Photo Gallery."
For the HD-DVD and Blu-ray, all but the: Q&A, TV Spots and Gallery, are presented in high definition.