According to the BBFC classification body in the UK, the upcoming Mick Foley “For All Mankind” WWE DVD for April will have a total runtime of 6 hours and 15 minutes.
The documentary portion (the main feature of the set) is slated to be 2 hours and 14 minutes in length. No word just yet on the runtimes of the Blu-ray exclusive content.
For those wondering how to get the version of the Foley DVD and Blu-ray which contains a Mr. Socko puppet attached, the answer to this was confirmed today. The two extra Amazon listings we’ve been reporting about have now been updated to “Limited edition premium packs” which will no doubt have the item included. These are while supplies last.
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We’re hearing about even more sightings of the new Bret Hart DVD on sale early at FYE stores. This time in New York City, and the Blu-ray version was also spotted. It’s officially released next Tuesday and is available to pre-order from $19.99 by clicking here.
The opening of the “Dungeon Collection” is a segment with Bret discussing the unreleased match concept of the DVD, which is shown on screen even before the WWE signature video.
As heard in the trailer, the DVD is a co-presentation by WWE and Bret Hart.
News for the UK and Europe now. This week FremantleMedia released the WWE Live in the UK: November 2012 DVD, and next week they will be releasing the Best PPV Matches 2012 DVD and Blu-ray. You can grab either title at WWEDVD.co.uk.
They also recently revealed the planned artwork for their version of the Elimination Chamber 2013 DVD and Blu-ray, as shown below. The release date for those is May 6th.
We learned this week that WWE Studios movies in the UK are handled by a different licensee.
As we’ve mentioned, there is a new UK and European licensee for TNA Wrestling DVDs. That’s Queensway Digital Ltd, who are are operating now through TNADVD.co.uk.
Bound for Glory 2012, Turning Point 2012, and Final Resolution 2012 are currently available to buy from the website. The Genesis 2013 DVD will follow shortly.
Now that they have three titles up, the “Buy 3 Save 10%” deal is in effect. We hear they are creating their own cover artwork for some of the TNA PPVs, as you can see above with Final Resolution 2012. There are plans to sell a small number of past TNA DVD releases from the old licensee at sale prices, which are due on the website within the next week. On the subject of older titles, certain DVDs from the back catalogue will be re-released, so if have any ideas of what you’d like to see brought back then let them know through their social media accounts – “TNADVDUK” on Twitter and Facebook.