So, anyway, I think it's the best superhero film of all time. An adaptation of the Ted Hughes book The Iron Man: A Childrens Story In Five Nights into American Cold War paranoia by Brad Bird resulting in The Iron Giant.
It flopped on release but as become more appreciated over the years, especially with Bird's rise into Pixar.
The Signature Edition on Blu-ray will cost $14.97 with both the Signature Edition of the film and the original theatrical version in high definition and the new documentary, The Giant's Dream, a definitive look at the making of The Iron Giant.
The Giant's Dream is the dramatic story about a rare moment in movie history that allowed a first-time director to make one of the world's greatest animated films, "The Iron Giant." Using stylized animatics, archival footage, original concept art, and revealing interviews, The Giant's Dream charts the incredible ups and downs, industry firsts, and amazing history behind this iconic film, and its rebel director, Brad Bird.
And for $74.99, The Ultimate Collectors Edition will include the Signature Edition and the original theatrical version in both high definition and standard definition, The Giant's Dream documentary, a hardcover art book on The Iron Giant, collectible Mondo art cards, a 4-inch plastic articulated Iron Giant statue, and a letter from director Brad Bird.
A personal letter from director Brad Bird
"The Iron Giant: Signature Edition" trailer
Theatrical version commentary by Brad Bird
Additional scenes, including alternate opening
Mini documentary segments
Teddy Newton The X Factor
Duck and Cover sequence
The Voice of the Giant
Brad Bird trailer
You pays your money you takes your choice