‘The Adjustment Bureau’ Will Hit Blu-ray in June

The Adjustment BureauThe Adjustment Bureau may not have been the most accurate or detailed adaptation of the Philip K. Dick story of the same name, but it was a fun ride and its visuals were stunning. There’s no denying that. In June, you’ll be able to take home the film that finds Matt Damon running from his fate for the woman he loves, the beautiful Emily Blunt.

The DVD/ Blu-ray combo pack includes a digital copy and will be available on June 21. Special features include:

The Labyrinth of Doors: Interactive Map of New YorkAudio Commentary with writer/director George NolfiDeleted and Extended ScenesLeaping Through New York FeaturetteDestined to Be FeaturetteBecoming Elise FeaturetteBD-LivePocket Blu AppsSource: Blu-ray News

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