Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Dolittle out now on Digital, Blu-Ray and DVD ((GIVEAWAY))



After losing his wife, he hermits himself away behind the high wall of his manor but is forced to set sail on an epic adventure when the queen falls gravely ill. Helping Dolittle in search of a rare cure are his rambunctious animal friends—including Chee-Chee (Malek), an anxious, self-conscious gorilla; Dab-Dab (Octavia Spencer, The Help), an enthusiastic but bird-brained duck; the bickering duo of cynical, neurotic ostrich Plimpton (Kumail Nanjiani, The Big Sick, “Silicon Valley”) and chilly-but-chill polar bear Yoshi (Cena); as well as a headstrong parrot named Polynesia (Thompson). 


BONUS FEATURES ON 4K ULTRA HD™, BLU-RAY™, DVD AND DIGITAL:
  • TALK TO THE ANIMALS – Dolittle is surrounded by a motley cast of characters. Take a peek at all the fun the cast had giving each of the animals their unique voice.
  • ROBERT DOWNEY JR. & HARRY: MENTOR AND MENTEE – Acting opposite a legendary actor like Robert Downey Jr. can be an intimidating experience, but Harry Collett handled it like a pro. See the unique bond the two actors formed on-set, and how Downey took the film’s young co-star under his wing.
  • BECOMING THE GOOD DOCTOR - See the process of how this team of talented artists brought this film to life, and how Robert Downey Jr. transformed into the iconic Dolittle.
  • ANTONIO BANDERAS: PIRATE KING - Antonio Banderas discusses what attracted him to the project, his experiences working with Robert Downey Jr., and what he brought to the role of King Rassouli.
  • THE WICKED DR. MÜDFLY - Who is the nefarious villain Dr. Blair Müdfly? Michael Sheen dives into his character's motivations for being Dolittle's foil.
  • A MOST UNUSUAL HOUSE - It takes a special home to accommodate humans and animals alike. Explore the unique rooms and modifications that allow Dolittle to house anyone or anything - big or small.





Giveaway is CANADA ONLY

12 comments:

  1. I do not have any pets

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  2. We have a cat and dogs at our placce.

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  3. We currently have no pets but I can't wait to get a new dog.

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  4. No pets, but we're pet-sitting the class gecko. We may have it for several months at this point!

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  5. No pets. But we use to have a little dog a couple years ago, a female Shih Tzu named Sissie. But she became ill with Mast Cell tumor growth that spread after removal of a single Mast Cell tumor. Sadly, we had to put her to rest within two months after the removal of the initial tumor because she began showing signs of complications. It was the absolute worst day of my life. She was a great family pet and companion. At least she lived to a decent age of 13 years & 4 months old the time of her passing.

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