Wednesday, January 4, 2012

What's Your Number DVD Release


An Outrageous Romantic Comedy
Arriving on Blu-ray and DVD January 10 as an All-New Unrated Ex-tended Cut

Colin (Chris Evans) makes a habit of hiding out from his many former flings in Ally's (Anna Faris) apartment. This playful feature will give the top five ways to avoid interacting with your ex, including funny and creative ideas like changing your appearance, hiding at a friend's apartment, and putting a fake name on Facebook.

After reading a magazine article that insists if a woman has slept with at least 20 people that they have already missed Mr. Right, marketing executive Ally Darling begins to panic, thinking that she will be alone forever.  With the help of her hunky new neighbor Colin, Ally starts tracking down all her ex-boyfriends, hoping to find her real true love while she helps him escape his latest fling.  Hilarious hijinks and adventure ensues as Ally goes on her wild search for the best “ex” of her life, only to find what she is looking for has been right in front of her all along.

Avoid Their Hangouts


If you’re looking to avoid your ex, the first thing you must do is avoid all of their hangouts, because the last thing you want is an awkward confrontation. This includes the area in which they live, their place of employment, and bars, parks, movie theaters, etc. that you know they frequent. Why run the risk of bumping into your ex at a restaurant you know they love? On a positive note, this gives you a chance to explore new places, make new friends, and potentially find that perfect replacement for your ex.

Put a Fake Name on Facebook



If your ex is starting to enter into stalker territory, you might want to consider putting a fake name on Facebook. This is, of course, assuming that you have already un-friended your ex and limited your privacy settings. To make yourself virtually untraceable to your ex on Facebook, change your last name to your mom’s maiden name, substitute a nickname, or just make up something crazy to throw your ex off your scent. If worse comes to worse, you can always deactivate your Facebook page too.
Hide At a Friend’s Apartment


If you live near your ex, or if they’re just really persistent and keep showing up at your house, consider hiding out at a friend’s place. Not only will your ex not be able to find you, but you will also get to spend some quality time with one (or many) of your friends.  Staying with a friend is a great way to make the best out of a bad situation.

Change Your Appearance


This is starting to get a little extreme, but if you need to, you can always change your appearance in order to avoid your ex. Not only will this confuse and bewilder your ex, but it might also boost your self-esteem! You can try donning a fake moustache, dying and cutting your hair, losing or gaining weight, changing around your wardrobe or, if you have the money, getting plastic surgery.

Move Out of Town


Moving out of town should be a last resort in trying to avoid your ex, but it is always an option. Moving to a different city is pretty much a surefire way to avoid your ex, because you’re physically picking up your life and taking it elsewhere. Of course, this drastic move has many, many drawbacks, including having to find a new job, being further from your friends and/or family, having to find a new place to live, and spending a good chunk of money on moving expenses. You need to be really dedicated (or crazy) to move out of town to avoid your ex.





An Outrageous Romantic Comedy
Arriving on Blu-ray and DVD January 10 as an All-New Unrated Ex-tended Cut

Ring in the New Year with a fresh and funny tale about dating, relationships and life as Anna Faris (Scary Movie Franchise, The House Bunny) and Chris Evans (Fantastic Four, Captain America) come together in a hilarious quest for “the one” in
WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? Unrated Ex-tended Cut, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD
January 10 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. 

After reading a magazine article that insists if a woman has slept with at least 20 people that they have already missed Mr. Right, marketing executive Ally Darling (Anna Faris) begins to panic, thinking that she will be alone forever.  With the help of her hunky new neighbor (Chris Evans), Ally starts tracking down all her ex-boyfriends, hoping to find her real true love while she helps him escape his latest fling.  Hilarious hijinks and adventure ensues as Ally goes on her wild search for the best “ex” of her life, only to find what she is looking has been right in front of her all along.

Featuring hysterical supporting performances from Chris Pratt (Moneyball,
“Parks and Recreation”), Joel McHale (“The Soup,” “Community”) and Andy Samberg (“Saturday Night Live,” Hot Rod), WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? is based on the book
“20 times a Lady” by Karen Bosnak and will be available as a Blu-ray combo pack and single disc DVD.  Flaunting an unrated extended cut of the film and loaded with laugh-out-loud bonus material including new expanded flashback dates and gag reel, the Blu-ray combo pack and single disc DVD will be available for an average retail price of $29.99 and $19.99 respectively. Prebook is December 14.
WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? Special Features
  • Extended Cut of Movie
  • Extended Flashback Dates and deleted scenes
  • Gag Reel

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WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? Unrated Ex-tended Cut Blu-ray (Catalog #2275113)
Street Date:                              January 10, 2012
Prebook Date:              December 14, 2011
Screen Format:                         16:9 (1.85:1)
Audio:                                     English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital,
French 5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles:                      English, Spanish
U.S. Rating:                 Unrated
Total Run Time:           106 minutes
Closed Captioned:       Yes

WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? Unrated Ex-tended Cut DVD (Catalog #2275111)
Street Date:                              January 10, 2012
Prebook Date:              December 14, 2011
Screen Format:                         16:9 (1.85:1)
Audio:                                     English 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 2.0 Dolby Surround,
French 2.0 Dolby Surround
Subtitles:                      English, Spanish
U.S. Rating:                 Unrated
Total Run Time:           106 minutes
Closed Captioned:       Yes

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