If you're buying any sort of DVD or Blu-ray version of The Avengers, you're entitled to a snazzy free poster, then have the option to pay for three more (including this excellent "Puny God" design).
It may not be a Helicarrier, but Marvel's actual design for the nearly-$200 Cinematic Universe: Phase One collection is still glorious. Each disc contains poster-worthy silhouette art and a whole lot of bonus goods. If you can assemble the cash, it's going up for a limited time only.
Remastered and jam-packed with special features, the Blu-ray collection of the Indiana Jones trilogy (plus the other one) is coming September 18.
One can only beg that it hasn't been given the Star Wars treatment with edited scenes, new lines, and CGI Nazis. South Park might be responsible for that saving grace.
Late last year, Warner Bros. announced it would stop shipping new Harry Potter DVDs and Blu-Rays to stores, setting the stage for a later re-release of the 8-part movie series. Now they've revealed what they were planning: a massive 31-disc collection called the Harry Potter Wizard's Box.
According to a pre-order listing for the set that has popped up on Amazon, it will contain 18 movie discs and 13 discs of bonus features.
That covers every bit of Potter content previously released, and adds 5 hours of new special features. 3D versions of both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows films are also included.
There's no firm release date listed, but the box is due out sometime in 2012. You'd better go raid your vault at Gringott's, though, because this set is pricey. It will run you $349.99 with Amazon's pre-order discount, and retail for $499.