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Ratner's X-Men documentary

BrettRatner.jpgBrett Ratner is promising a lot for the DVD version of X-Men: The Last Stand (review), with a behind the scenes documentary promising around two hours of footage filmed by Ratner himself.

Comics2Film have the news through Cinematical:

"I have a two-hour documentary on the making of the movie that I shot," Ratner said. "It wasn't like EPK (electronic press kit) crews coming by and filming me going, 'Oh, today we're filming the...It was an in-depth making of the movie."...

..."I think if you're an X-fan or a fan of this movie, it's going to be mind-blowing," he said...

..."Probably 99 percent of the scenes I shot are in the movie, but there are other versions of it that were shot," he said. "Until I saw the movie, I wasn't sure in which direction I wanted to go. For instance, the Rogue scene. Should she get the cure or should she not get the cure? So there was a lot of variations."

Well that's not definite is it? There are a lot of variations but he shot ninety-nine percent? I think there's no doubt that we'll see some interesting extra footage on the DVD, and the documentary does sound interesting although I'm not a big fan of the marketing behind the scenes rubbish we usually see. This does sound like a buy.



I am getting the boxset, that's for sure.

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