Blu-ray, DVD Release: Get Him to the Greek

Get Him to the Greek movie scene with Jonah Hill and Russell BrandComedy Get Him to the Greek, starring Russell Brand (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and Jonah Hill (Funny People), arrived on DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 28, 2010, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

The movie, which grossed $60.5 million in theaters, is from the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Nicholas Stoller) and the producer of Superbad and Knocked Up (Judd Apatow). In the film, British comedian Brand stars as Aldous Snow, an out of control rock star who makes life very difficult for mild-mannered record company employee Hill. Hill has been given the task of getting Brand to the Greek Theater in time for a concert.

Also starring Sean Combs and Rose Byrne (TV’s Damages), Get Him to the Greek features cameos by such music stars as Pink and Christina Aguilera as well as talk show host Mario Lopez.

The movie was released as a two-disc Blu-ray, two-DVD set and a single DVD.

The Blu-ray offers these exclusive special features:

  • additional and extended scenes
  • musical performances from The Today Show and VH-1 Storytellers
  • karaoke for 15 songs
  • audition footage for co-stars Byrne, Elisabeth Moss, Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari and T.J. Miller
  • Social Blu app, allowing viewers to connect with friends on social networks while they watch the movie
  • Pocket Blu app, which allows viewers to use their mobile phones as remote controls and to unlock bonus content for their phone

Both the Blu-ray and two-DVD sets contain these special features:

  • gag reel
  • “Line-O-Rama”
  • “Blind Medicine” promo for the new TV series of Forgetting Sarah Marshall‘s Sarah Marshall
  • commentary with Stoller, Hill, Brand, Byrne, Moss and producer Rodney Rothman
  • “Getting to Get Him to the Greek” documentary
  • “Getting in Tune With the Greek” documentary
  • “The Making of ‘African Child'” documentary
  • five music videos featuring the movie’s fictional Aldous Snow, Infant Sorrow and Jackie Q
  • musical performances from Infant Sorrow’s 1999 Greek Theater Concert and 2009 Comeback Concert, plus a peek at their World Tour and 2002 London Concert
  • deleted, extended and alternate scenes, including an alternate intro and ending
  • and a downloadable digital copy of the movie.

Here’s the film’s trailer:


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