The real fun starts with Click in October

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has just released details about the upcoming Adam Sandler comedy Click, which is scheduled for a multi-format release in October.

In Click, Michael Newman (Adam Sandler) is a family man with a busy career as an architect leaving minimal time for his wife Donna (Kate Beckinsale) and two kids. Unable one day to determine which of his many remotes turns on the television, he decides that a universal remote control will solve all of his problems. On Michael’s search for the perfect device, he meets Morty (Christopher Walken), who gives him a one-of-a-kind remote with magical powers that allow him to perform TiVo-like functions. As Michael fast-forwards through annoying quarrels with his wife and mutes the barks and begging of Sundance, the family dog, he begins to feel in control of his career and personal life. However, when the remote starts to override his choices, Michael begins to truly appreciate and embrace the life he already has – the good, the bad and the ugly.

“Click” will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray and for the PSP on the same day. Featuring an anamorphic widescreen transfer the DVD will contain a wealth of bonus materials, including a Commentary Track by Adam Sandler, director Frank Coraci, executive producer Tim Herlihy and writer Steve Koren, as well as a selection of Deleted Scenes. Further a Featurette called “Car of the Future” will be included, offering viewers a closer look at the cars of the future that were created for the movie. Also look for the “Design My Universe” Featurette covering the film’s production design, and the behind the scene featurette “Dog, Dog, Duck.” Other featurettes on the disc are “Director’s Take” and “Fine Cooking” as well as “Make Me Old, Make Me Fat” and “The FX of Click.”

Available on , the “Click” Special Edition DVD and UMD version for PSP will carry a $28.95 suggested retail price, while the Blu-Ray disc will cost you $38.95. Fortunately, at that price, the Blu-Ray version will also include all of the extras found on the DVD version.

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