It's only been ten days since the release of Batman V Superman: The Dark Knight, but already there is plenty of buzz surrounding the impending release of the sequel to the most successful film of the last decade, Batman V Superman: The Day After. While the movie hype machine was running full force with interviews with director Chris Evans and stars Henry Cavill, many moviegoers have been left hanging when it comes to seeing what exactly they're getting into. Luckily, I've been able to find a pretty good pre-production pictures and photos of the actual day-to-day workings of the production. Here are the first two pictures in my review of the film...
As far as this week's release date goes, the second installment of Batman in Superman: The Day After is finally here. Even if you are not very busy poring over that four-hundred-and-forty-minute blockbuster, there is still a lot of other interesting and entertaining movies to watch including SAS: Red Notice. Directed by Greg Berlanti, who is also responsible for the hit ABC series Lost, Red Notice takes place ten years after the events of the Dark Knight. In this movie, titled simply SAS: Red Notice, Cavill again stars as the titular Wayne County district attorney, while Anne Hathaway plays the young woman of his love. Following a case where a war veteran kills his own lover, it is suggested that the two pursue an arrangement where the war veteran gets visitation rights to his son.
The big question on everyone's mind now is whether there will be a DVD release date for SAS: Red Notice. While there's no definite answer yet, one thing we do know for sure is that Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. will be releasing the film in early fall of 2021. No specific date has been set for the DVD release yet, but considering how much hype there's been for the movie online and off, we expect it'll arrive before Thanksgiving break. That's when most people are picking up their PSPs and getting ready to root for Batman and Superman once more. If there is a release date, it will most likely be announced during that time.
For those of you eagerly waiting to find out if there will be a DVD release date, the good news is that there is one. It will be made available through the home entertainment unit market and the iTunes store. In addition to having the usual DVD bonus features such as extras, it will also include the movie in its original dubbed form. Extras include a synopsis of the movie, actor background and a gallery of photos. While we can't verify your ticket today, it s great to know for the future. If a theater doesn't have it in stock, you can always order yours online.
The movie itself is based on the famous "SAS: Red Alert" article of battle, which was written by George Soulet and illustrated by him. The story centers on a group of heavily armed war criminals who are transported to an island and placed under a red notice. If these war criminals don't leave the island, then the United States military will rain down hellfire upon them. Because of this, Sam Heughan, a Navy captain, must lead his ragtag band of comrades into battle to defend the island and get out alive.
In the meantime, Heughan and his men must also plan their next move and decide if or when they should trust their leader. If they don't, they could very well be wiped out before the military even gets a chance to protect them. This film is loaded with action and a great script. I can't wait until it hits theaters. I can only see it three times though. When it comes to entertainment value, it is hard to surpass.