Blu-ray Release: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

Blu-ray Release Date: Oct. 22, 2019
Price: Blu-ray $9.96
Studio: Sony

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, the so-so 2003 sequel to 2000’s action comedy Charlie’s Angels starring Cameron Diaz (Sex Tape), Drew Barrymore (Everybody’s Fine) and Lucy Liu (Kill Bill Vol. 1), has just arrived on Blu-ray (just as the original has just make its 4K Ultra HD debut.

Both the throttle Blu-ray and the 4K Ultra HD of the original include archival bonus materials, along with an all-new sneak peak of the new 2019 Charlie’s Angels film (with an extended clip).

Here’s the breakdown on everything:


  • Special Features on 4K Ultra HD
    • ALL-NEW: Sneak peek at the new 2019 Charlie’s Angels film with an extended clip from the film
    • Theatrical Trailer
  • Special Features on Blu-ray:
    • Commentary with Director McG and Cinematographer Russell Carpenter
    • Six Featurettes
    • Bloopers
    • Deleted Scenes
    • Music Videos


  • Special Features on Blu-ray:
    • ALL-NEW: Sneak peek at the new 2019 Charlie’s Angels film with an extended clip from the film
    • Telestrator Commentary with Director McG
    • Writer’s Commentary
    • Angel-Vision Trivia Track
    • Full Throttle: The Cars of Charlie’s Angels
    • Dream Duds: Costuming an Angel
    • Angels Makeover: Hansen Dam
    • Designing Angels: The Look of Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
    • Learn Why: There’s No Such Thing As a “Short Shot”, Only an Overworked Producer
    • Music Video: Pink Featuring William Orbit “Feel Good Time”
    • Cameo-Graphy
    • Turning Angels into Pussycats Dolls
    • Rolling with the Punches
    • XXX-Treme Angels
    • Full Throttle Jukebox
    • Angel Scouts: A Look Into the Gorgeous Locations
    • Theatrical Trailer


Buy or Rent Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

About Laurence

Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.