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The Expendables Blu-ray adds features

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A close to $250 million juggernaut at the box office worldwide, Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables looks to kick the competition's ass on home video when it hits store shelves this November.

At the end of August, Stallone tweeted about a documentary that was being made about the making of The Expendables. He also mentioned a director's cut was in the works.

Director’ss Cut will be in about six months and Inferno, which is the documentary, will be out soon – its hard core – everybodys on it.

He has also done a commentary track for the DVD and Blu-ray.

“Turned out great, think you’ll like it.”

Lionsgate will unleash The Expendables on DVD and Blu-ray on November 23, 2010.

With some of the greatest action movie stars from the '80s to today, the film includes Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke, as well as Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger in one hard-hitting adventure!

Full specs are still to be revealed, but this is what we do know. The Blu-ray release will be a combo pack with a Blu-ray disc, DVD disc and Digital Copy. Special features are set to include: Audio commentary with Sylvester Stallone, From the Ashes: Post-production documentary, deleted scene, gag reel, and marketing archive (trailers, TV spots, etc.).

Exclusive to Blu-ray: The Expendables: Ultimate Recon Mode: in-movie BonusView where Stallone and the other Expendables provide a multi-layered, all-access look at the making of the film as it runs, ComicCon 2010 panel, Inferno: feature-length making-of documentary, Metamenu remote and BD Touch enabled, and D-BOX motion control enabled.

The Expendables Blu-ray release carries a suggested list price of $39.99. The DVD has a SLP of $29.95.

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