Paramount Home Media Distribution has added to its Jan. 13 release calendar DVD and Blu-ray editions of writer/director Jason Reitman’s latest tale of human interactions in modern society, Men, Women & Children.
The ARR works out to 102 days and the box office gross from the film’s limited theatrical release stands at $668,001.
The Trubys, Don (Adam Sandler) and Helen (Rosemarie DeWitt), would seem to be your fairly typical suburban couple, except for all of the things sexual that spin around their family orbit. There are their affairs (even a “virtual” persona), which compensate for their own long-standings frustrations, and then there’s the addiction that their son Chris (Travis Tope) is suffering from … an overload of web porn.
Throw in cheerleaders, eating addictions and complex inner-connected relationships — both adult and teen-wise — and you have all the makings of a modern Peyton Place on steroids!
Bonus goodies, which are limited to the Blu-ray SKU, include a pair of featurettes — “Virtual Intimacy” and “Seamless Interface” — and deleted scenes.