Just in time for Comic Con, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announces I, Robot will be released on Blu-ray on October 23, 2012! Fans of the movie can visit Booth 4313 to order a limited edition Robot head that includes the Blu-ray, DVD, and other goodies!
From 20th Century Fox:
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced today that I, ROBOT will be getting the Blu-ray 3D treatment and will be available at retailers nationwide on October 23, 2012. But for fans making the annual trek to San Diego for Comic-Con, Fox has created something special for you – a Limited Edition Collectible I, ROBOT Head, inspired by the film and jam-packed with goodies for robots and humans alike. The limited run of 250 serialized I, ROBOT heads is available for pre-order only at Fox booth #4313 for a special price of $99.99 and includes the all-new revolutionary 3D Blu-ray, a DVD version of the film and a bonus DVD disc chock full of extras
Synopsis of I, Robot:
In 2035, anthropomorphic robots enjoy widespread use as servants for various public services. They are programmed with the Three Laws of Robotics directives: Law I: They must never harm a human being or through inaction, allow any harm to come to a human., Law II: They must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders violate Law I., Law III: They must protect their own existence unless this violates the First or Second Laws.
I, ROBOT is directed by Alex Proyas (Dark City, “The Crow”), who creates an extraordinary future Chicago — circa 2035 — where robots are completely integrated into society. Bridget Moynahan stars opposite Will Smith (I Am Legend), as the robot psychologist Dr. Susan Calvin. Bruce Greenwood plays Lawrence Robertson, the corporate head of U.S. Robotics, and Chi McBride (Pushing Daisies, American Son) portrays Spooner’s boss and friend Lt. John Bergin. Actor Alan Tudyk’s (3:10 to Yuma) physical performance inspired the digital creation of the robot Sonny. James Cromwell (Becoming Jane, Surrogates) plays the pivotal role of the brilliant and reclusive scientist Dr. Alfred Lanning.