NewsMVD Entertainment Announces ‘Rain Man’ 35th Anniversary Re-Issue Details

MVD Entertainment Announces ‘Rain Man’ 35th Anniversary Re-Issue Details


May 2 — United Artists’ 1988 Oscar-winning movie Rain Man is getting a new re-issue.

MVD Entertainment Group announced Tuesday, it is scheduled to re-issue the movie on a new 4K UHD/Blu-ray combo pack and separate standalone Blu-ray May 30. Starring Tom Cruise (Top GunTop GunMaverickMinority ReportDays of Thunder) and Dustin Hoffman (The GraduateHookTootsie) as estranged brothers Charlie and Raymond Babbit respectively. Charlie does not know he had a brother until he learns of the passing of his father, who had left his whole fortune to Raymond.

Charlie starts out the brothers’ cross-country road trip as a means to get his hands on some of the money, but as the journey takes place, Charlie’s view on his brother change, leading to an unexpected connection between the men and a moving finale for the story.

The movie’s 4K UHD/Blu-ray combo pack features three separate commentaries from director Barry Levinson, writer Barry Morrow, and co-writer Ronald Bass. There is also a standard “Making Of” featurette and separate featurette, “Lifting The Fog: A Look at the Mysteries of Autism” that examines what autism is and how it affects people who live with the mental disorder. Additionally, it also features a deleted scene and the movie’s original theatrical trailer.

MVD Entertainment Group’s forthcoming re-issue of Rain Man is part of the company’s “Marquee Collection.”

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