New From Paramount Home Entertainment: BABYLON and DRAGONSLAYER

New From Paramount Home Entertainment: BABYLON and DRAGONSLAYER

BABYLON and DRAGONSLAYER

BABYLON

If Damien Chazelle’s film La La Land was a romantic love letter to Hollywood, then Babylon is a darker, jaded look at the seedy side of the industry. In theaters/Oscar winner Damien Chazelle’s fourth film is a sprawling epic telling multiple narratives at a time in Hollywood that saw big changes as it said goodbye to silent films and welcomed in the talkies. Chazelle opens the film with a massive party, one with drugs, alcohol, an elephant, and a big orgy. In attendance is anyone who’s anyone and everyone who wants to be someone. Brad Pitt stars as Jack Conrad, a popular silent film star who goes from one relationship to the next. Margot Robbie pulls up to the house as Nellie LaRoy. She’s an aspiring actress who tells Diego Calva’s character Manny that she’s already a star despite not having an agent or contract. This party leads to pure chaos but finds Manny taking Jack to set the next day as Nellie arrives hoping to be noticed. Chazelle’s three-hour film spans decades testing his characters every step of the way as silent film stars didn’t always transition to the talkies easily. The film also stars Jean Smart as a gossip columnist and Jovan Adepo as trumpet player who also finds his career and identity shift in the industry.

Nominated for 3 Academy Awards: Best Production Design, Original Score, Costume Design

The Special Features include:

Disc One: 4K Ultra HD Feature Film

Disc Two: Blu-Ray Feature Film

Plus: A Panoramic Canvas Called Babylon

The Costumes of Babylon

Scoring Babylon

Deleted and Extended Scenes

DRAGONSLAYER (1981)

The epic fantasy flick starring Peter MacNichol and Ian McDiarmid is on 4K Ultra HD for the first time!

Special Features

Commentary by Matthew Robbins and Guillermo del Toro

Screen Tests

The Slayer of All Dragons

Original Theater Trailer

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