Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced today that “Year One” will make its home video debut on October 6th, when it is released on Unrated Blu-ray and DVD, plus a theatrical edition DVD and UMD for PSP.
Created by comedy legend Harold Ramis, Year One stars Jack Black and Michael Cera as an unlikely duo of primitive men who, after being exiled from their tribe, set out on a journey through the ancient world. Along the way, they encounter historical figures played by a variety of actors, including Hank Azaria, David Cross, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Oliver Platt, Paul Rudd and Horatio Sanz.
Exclusive to the Unrated Blu-ray Disc are the special features “Year One Cutting Room,” which lets viewers create their own video using clips and music from the film, and share it on BD-Live. Year One also includes the newest BD-Live feature from Sony Pictures: movieIQ, which lets viewers access real-time trivia information about the cast, crew, music and production, all while watching the movie. The Blu-ray version also features cinechat, which allows movie watchers to send on-screen instant messages to friends around the world while watching the movie and, finally, a Digital Copy for playback on PC, PSP, Mac or iPod.