‘OTJ’ is set to become the first Pinoy film in Blu-ray

 

 


The critically acclaimed movie “On the Job” is set to become the first Filipino film released in Blu-ray high-definition format.

 
Director Erik Matti posted on his Twitter account a link indicating February 18, 2014 as the US release date of the crime thriller’s Blu-ray and DVD versions, with Amazon.com accepting pre-orders for $16.98 and $14.98, respectively, as early as now.

Filipino fans will have the chance to get their hands on the “OTJ” DVD earlier, with Star Cinema releasing it locally on Dec. 19, Matti announced during a recent screening of the film’s “international cut.”

And while he pointed out that the US and local release will present two different forms, the filmmaker said that both home video versions will have “director’s commentary, special features and lots of deleted scenes.”

The film will be remade into a Hollywood movie.  

Universal Pictures has optioned the rights to Star Cinema crime thriller “On the Job,” with Baltasar Kormakur on board to write and direct and Scott Stuber on board to produce.

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