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Note, this pre-order title is scheduled for release on 10/11/16
- Rush Hour
- Rush Hour 2
- Rush Hour 3
- Bonus Featurettes Disc
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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray Rush Hour: Trilogy. The the four-disc Blu-ray box set will be available for purchase on October 11.
The action-packed martial arts comedy series involving two very different international policemen who collide with each other on calamitous criminal investigations pulled in a combined theatrical box-office gross of nearly a billion dollars worldwide.
The Rush Hour Trilogy, which will be available for $24.98 SRP, will feature new custom artwork from the popular limited edition artist group Mondo, available exclusively for this release.
ABOUT THE FILMS:
Rush Hour (1998)
The fastest hands in the East meet the biggest mouth in the West when legendary martial arts daredevil Jackie Chan teams with comedic powerhouse Chris Tucker.
When Hong Kong police detective inspector Lee's (Chan) favorite pupil is kidnapped in America, the dedicated cop and martial arts genius travels to the United States to find her. Unhappy to have a meddling outsider, the FBI assigns reckless, arrogant and infuriating LAPD detective James Carter (Tucker) to baby-sit Lee, and keep him away from the investigation. But these two very different cops will stop at nothing to find the missing girl.
Brett Ratner directs the cast which features Tom Wilkinson, Philip Baker Hall, Mark Rolston, and Tzi Ma.
A Piece of the Action: Behind the Scenes of Rush Hour
Dru Hill "How Deep Is Your Love?"
Heavy D & The Boyz "Nuttin' But Love"
What Ever Happened to Mason Reece
Music Only Track
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
Martial arts superstar Jackie Chan and wisecracking comedian Chris Tucker are back in action.
While vacationing together in Hong Kong, fast-talking LAPD detective Carter (Tucker) and Hong Kong Police inspector Lee (Chan) investigate a bomb explosion at the American embassy, killing two secret agents on the trail of a ring of smugglers.
Brett Ratner again directs the cast which this time features John Lone, Zhang Ziyi, Roselyn Sanchez, Harris Yulin, and Alan King.
Special Features: ·
Commentary with Director Brett Ratner and Writer Jeff Nathan
Attaining International Stardom
Culture Clash: West Meets East
Evolution of a Scene - Chicken Chop
Evolution of a Scene - Slide for Life
Evolution of a Scene - The Bomb
Fashion of Rush Hour 2
Introduction by Visual Effects Supervisor Kevin Lingenfelse
Jackie Chan's Hong Kong - Introduction
Kung Fu Choreography
Lady Luck With Commentary By Brett Ratner
Making Magic Out of Mire
Visual Effects Deconstruction
Rush Hour 3 (2006)
The third time's a charm as Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan return to their respective roles as LAPD detective James Carter and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee. Set in Paris, Rush Hour 3 finds Tucker and Chan's misfit partners from West and East battling a wing of the Chinese organized crime family of the Triads -- with their trademark mix of great action and big laughs. From dazzling Parisian nightclubs to the city's high-fashion runways, Rush Hour 3 promises more action, more comedy and more hilarious adventure than ever!
Max von Sydow and Roman Polanski also appear in this pop culture classic.
Making Rush Hour 3
Visual Effects Reel
"Le Rush Hour Trois": Production Diaries
NEW. Brett & Jackie: A Look Back at Rush Hour - The director of Rush Hour reflects on his favorite scenes, lines, and moments from the film. (25 min)