Twenty-two-and-a-half years after it’s theatrical debut, we are very pleased to announce the Blu-ray debut of Cameron’s second film, Singles. In addition to cover art that harkens back to the original theatrical poster, the blu is packed with tons of goodies including extensive deleted/extended scenes, complete live performances and more. Here are the details:
The Singles Blu-ray will be released on April 7th, followed by the Vanilla Sky Blu-ray on May 5th (more on that coming soon)…
Pretty wild, huh? Singles turns 21 years old today. We are still hard at work on the Singles Blu-ray and hope you’ll be watching it in your living room sometime next year. More on that later. In case you missed it, here’s the nine deleted scenes we added to the site a couple of years ago. Enjoy!
A Singles sing along, plus free pizza and beer? Sounds good to me!
Greg here. Since I live in Seattle and with today marking Singles 20th anniversary, I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the filming locations and how they look now. I’ve included stills from the movie along with recent pictures that I’ve taken. It’s crazy how many locations are gone or completely changed, while others have stood the test of time. We hope you enjoy Part 1 of this trip down memory lane.
Tidbit: The fountain was created out of styrofoam for the film and the building is only two stories, so there’s not actually an elevator. In reality, Cliff’s apartment was in the laundry room and storage area (located in the basement of the apartment complex).