If you’ve been reading FanboyNation long enough, you know that we on occasion do giveaways of new Blu-ray releases. This next giveaway that we’re doing thanks to our good friends at Universal Pictures Home Entertainment means that you’re not just going to win a copy of Breaking In, the Gabrielle Union starring action-thriller, but also copies of Kidnap and The Boy Next Door, the latter being a wildly entertaining piece of trash cinema. That’s right, dear reader, we’re giving away three movies in conjunction with Breaking In‘s debut on Digital HD today, July 24th, and Blu-ray/DVD on August 7th. That’s three movies for the price of none! What a deal!
So how do you get into the action for this Breaking In giveaway? It’s incredibly simple. All you have to do is fill out the form below and we’ll select a winner at random. Fear not, dear reader, we won’t be retaining or using your personal information for anything other than this particular giveaway. No spam. No collection of data to know where you live in order to keep your children captive within your own home while you’re locked out. None of that nonsense. We’ll be accepting entries until July 31, 2018 at 12:00pm Pacific Time.
Good luck to all who enter and thank you for reading FanboyNation.
The special features on the Breaking In Blu-ray:
Alternate Opening –The Gas Station with Commentary by Director James McTeigue and Scriptwriter Ryan Engle.
One Bad Mother – Gabrielle Union shows that there is no limit to what a threatened mother will do to keep her children safe, and why a woman on a mission should never be underestimated.
A Filmmaker’s Eye – The crew explores what makes Director James McTeigue’s vision and style uniquely valuable when it comes to creating the right mood for the film.
A Lesson in Kicking Ass – A behind-the-scenes look at how physically demanding the role of Shaun was for Gabrielle Union, and the steps production took to ensure the most convincing execution of the stunts throughout the film.
A Hero Evolved – An inspiring account of how leading roles are shifting to embrace the qualities that more diverse actors can bring to the table.
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Feature Commentary by Director James McTeigue and Scriptwriter Ryan Engle