An update of the 80s classic Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Don’t Cost A Thing will make its way to DVD this April from Warner Brothers Home Video.
High-school senior Alvin Johnson is a brilliant, likable outcast who has come to regret the years of intellectual endeavors that prevented him and his un-hip friends from socializing, getting girlfriends and hanging out with the super-cool kids. When the most popular girl in school, Paris Morgan, wrecks her mother’s car, Alvin offers to help her if Paris agrees to convince the school that they’re dating. The question is: will Alvin realize that being real is more important than being popular?
The DVD will include additional scenes and an alternate ending, music videos and a making of documentary.
April 27th is the day and the suggested retail price is $27.95.