THE WORDS Blu-ray and DVD Release Date

THE WORDS, a thought-provoking romantic thriller from CBS Films and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD December 24th – both with UltraViolet™. Bradley Cooper (Limitless) stars as Rory Jansen, a young literary hopeful who risks it all to become a success. While on their honeymoon in Paris, Rory and his wife Dora, played by Zoë Saldana (Colombiana), step inside an antique shop where they find a briefcase that will later reveal the key to the career he has always desired… but the find comes with a steep price. This dramatic story within a story exposes the strong effects that life’s choices can have on us all. The film also stars Jeremy Irons (Margin Call), Dennis Quaid (The Day After Tomorrow), Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), and Olivia Wilde (TRON: Legacy).


DVD Extended Special Edition Includes:

Both the theatrical and extended versions of the feature film, plus two featurettes:

· “Unabridged: A Look Behind the Scenes of The Words”

· “A Gentleman’s Agreement” : A Look at how Bradley Cooper and the Filmmakers Found The Words

Blu-ray Extended Special Edition Includes:

DVD special features, both the theatrical and extended versions of the film, and two featurettes exclusive to the Blu-ray:

· “Clay and Daniella”

· “The Young Man and Celia”

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