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article imageMeryl Streep scores Oscar as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady Special

By Earl Dittman     Mar 20, 2012 in Entertainment
In The Iron Lady, Meryl Streep portrays the formerly well-loved (by the Conservatives) and equally-disliked (by the 70s "punks") British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Maggie thrived in UK politics by sticking to her motto - Never compromise.
The Iron Lady is a surprising and intimate portrait of Margaret Thatcher, England's most tough and tenacious female Prime Minister of The United Kingdom. She would become one of tne 20th century's most famous and influential women, Thatcher came from nowhere to smash through barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male dominated world. A hit across the globe, the motion picture, The Iron Lady takes a look back through a now elderly Thatcher's career, through her own eyes and her remembrances of her deceased husband, Denis Thatcher (Jim Broadbent), while packing away his old clothes and belongings. Maggie often called Denis her rock when she first decided to find and win a seat in Parliament. But her success didn't stop there. When she joined the directorial elections for the leadership of the Conservative Party, it would culminate in her eventual premiereship.
On this early Sunday brunchtime, looking incredibly like a much younger, hipper Maggie Thatcher, Meryl explains what she had to go through each day and the hours on the set it took to look like Maggie.Thatcher, Streep, as a mother, explains how she related to Thatcher, she gives her own views on woman in politics, admits if it is easier portraying a real person that was once alive or is it more freeing completely portraying a fictional character and explains the amount of research that she went through to play Thatcher, talks about the make-up she wore for the role of Julia Child versus Margaret Thatcher, and thinks back to her days in the theater and how it prepared her for films. Meryl, who garnered her third Academy Award performance for her brilliant performance, comments on being considered a gay icon and she explains what it was like working with Mamma Mia costar Phyllida Lloyd again in The Iron Lady.
Meryl Streep wins another Academy Award for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatche...
Meryl Streep wins another Academy Award for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
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Meryl, I understand you spent like four hours or five hours a day with the makeup for Margaret Thatcher.
"No, no, no. We got it down to under two."
I wonder if you ever worried though with a character who is in so much makeup like that if it will obscure your performance, or conversely be the performance.
"Interestingly, in the process of developing the older Margaret we ended up taking away, taking away, taking away. There were certain elements that the genius prosthetics designer, Mark Coulier, was able to achieve. He created something that was tissue-thin so that I felt very free and I felt like I was looking at a member of my family, if not me, and so it actually made acting easier."
How did your background in theater enhance your experience in this particular film?
"I think for me to imagine myself in different ways comes from my beginnings in the theater. People are more accepting of when you go apparently wildly afield from who you are or where you brought up. Otherwise, I would always play people from New Jersey, which limits the career. So yes, I felt like I had freedom to try to step into these very small, tight, big shoes."
On the campaign trail...
On the campaign trail...
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Could you tell me how did you relate to Margaret Thatcher being a mother yourself?
"Well, I got in inkling, I have an inkling of the size of the day that she fulfilled. I looked at her daily calendar and I tried to imagine that. I’m a mother and I work in spurts throughout my career, so I’d work for four or five months and then not, so I was home a lot. And I tried to imagine 11 ½ years of this kind of, you know she was unhappy if there were 10 minutes of free time anywhere in her day that was wasted, wasted time. And so I imagined trying to be in the lives of your children to the degree that I try to be in their lives, and I think it would have been very difficult."
Gay men obviously love strong women like yourself, and Margaret Thatcher was a fierce lady. It’s been said that she would be a gay icon. What do you think? Do you think she has what it takes to be a gay icon?
"You know, I don’t know. I just recently found out I’m a gay icon from that show where they do little arias from all my movies. I haven’t gotten up the nerve to go. I don’t know. I think that she stirs very strong feelings, even today, 20 years after leaving power, and she remains divisive. The film will enter a landscape of a world where she continues to cause controversy. I can’t answer the question about whether she’s a gay icon. That’s a difficult one for me."
You said you admire the fact that Margaret Thatcher was unafraid to lead and knew how to lead. Yet, that seems to be so hard for more women than men, especially in politics. Can you comment on that?
"Well, I’m in awe of the sort of all the things that were arrayed against her succeeding to get to the top of her party and then to lead the country, and to be the longest serving prime minister in the 20th century. The array of obstacles that stood before her in England at that time were enormous and I think she did a service for our team by getting there. Even though you might not agree with the politics, just the fact of her determination, her stamina, her courage to take it on. I think anybody that stands up and is willing to be a leader who is prepared as she was and as smart as she was, it’s admirable on a certain level because you really sacrifice a great deal. All of our public figures do."
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Obviously, you didn’t interact with your older or younger counterparts on screen, but I don’t know if you had interaction behind the scenes in talking about the character and how they evolved. Could you talk a little about that and would you explain how you directed them in relation to their younger or older counterparts?
"For me, just to see Harry and Alex. On that same day you danced through the dining room while Jim and I were dancing, and I was completely overcome, I just broke down because it was like seeing actually your life flash before your eyes. I mean I’d been so immersed in my age and ability and then to see this glorious couple come through and free and that music, and Phyllida played it right through and they did the whole thing. You only see a flash of it in the picture, but it did anchor something emotionally in me that was very important, very important. And then of course when I saw the movie I completely fell in love with Harry Lloyd and could see why she did."
What do you think was the turning point for Margaret Thatcher in terms of her decision to lead the life of a politician? And what was the turning point for you in your own life when you decided "I want to make it as an actress"
"I’m sure that Margaret Thatcher was forged within her family, in a family of two girls, in a time when sons were favored, and a man that had no sons had no ambition, really, no place to put his ambition. Her father was the mayor of Grantham, very engaged politically, but also he was a lay-Methodist minister, and he preached, and he liked to be up front speaking. And he discovered that of his two daughters he had one that was uncommonly bright and uncommonly curious, and maybe this could be his boy. That’s what I think. But I could be completely wrong. But I think that in that time it was a disappointment to have a family with two girls, and it remains that in many parts of the world. So we can understand this, it’s not that alien of a landscape, although I can’t imagine it. I think that she fulfilled a promise, and she was uncommonly curious, had a prodigious appetite for learning and for doing things right, and he infused in her the courage to get up and out I suppose. Not only is she the first female prime minister, but she’s the first chemist to be elected prime minister. She took her degree in Oxford in chemistry, and then took the law boards. Yes, I think she had a lot of promise and she wanted to live up to it. For me I never really decided. I’m still ambivalent. But being an actor lets me be a million different things, so I don’t have to decide."
What kind of research, I mean obviously this performance has much more to do than the outside appearance, but did you get to meet with Margaret? The way that you pitched yourself forward, Meryl, what points of that were the director, in the writing of the script, in just your general observation?
"I did observe lots of newsreel footage of her, and the biggest challenge for me was just accomplishing the long lines of thought that she would launch into without taking a breath. Even with all the drama school that I’ve had I had a lot of trouble managing that, matching to it. And that has something to do with who she was as a person, just the galvanizing energy and the drive and the capacity to follow through with a conviction all the way to the end of your breath until you can’t go any further. And not to let anybody interrupt. And by the way, and go on from there. It was masterful the way she could manage these interviews. I’m taking notes on that."
A take-off of a Thatcher election poster from the  80s used to promote the movie
A take-off of a Thatcher election poster from the '80s used to promote the movie
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How do you choose a character like Thatcher who’s still alive and might be able to see it, as opposed to Julia Childs, who will never be able to see things? Do you have it in your head that someday she might see it and comment?
"Yes. I did not meet her. I did see her once at my daughter’s university, at Northwestern. We went to see her lecture and that made an indelible impression on me, in about 2001, 2002, I can’t remember. But the question as to the special responsibility to playing someone who lives and potentially could see this, we have come under criticism for portraying someone who is frail and in delicate health. Some people have said it’s shameful to portray this part of a life, but the corollary thought to that is if you think that debility, delicacy, dementia is shameful, if you think that the ebbing end of life is something that should be shut away, if you think that people need to be defended from those images, then yes, if you think then it’s a shameful thing. But I don’t think that. I have had experience with people with dementia, I understand it, and I think it’s natural. We are naturally interested in our leaders and we tell stories about ourselves through the stories of important people. I mean going back to Lear and deciding questions of existence through Hamlet. We’re not talking about Hamlet’s politics or whether Lear was a good leader; we’re talking about the loss of power, because it’s interesting."
Did you meet her daughter?
"No, I haven’t."
I was just wondering what it was like working together again after Mamma Mia! and if you had developed a shorthand with Phyllida Lloyd?
"Yeah, I loved working with her the first time. But yes, we had a shorthand, and we had to because we had $14 million to shoot a movie that takes place over the course of six decades, right? Something like that. That’s basically no money. That’s less than a tenth of what Hugo cost. So 10 movies of the scale of Margaret Thatcher. You can’t spend time missing cues. We did discuss things on the run and all of us understood through a process of a year before we began shooting what we were wanting from this piece. That it was going to be not a docudrama, not a chronicling of Margaret Thatcher’s political life, that it would be a very particular look back through her own eyes at selected memories. Not in chronological order, in a jumble of memory, we grant glory days that it would all be a part of a reckoning at the end. So we had many discussions before we got onto the game field, and then once we got on we just went."
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When you play a character like Margaret Thatcher, obviously people know her, she's in the public record, and we have an impression of her. Do you prefer playing real people or fictional characters where you can have more interpretation of that fictional character?
"Well since a good 40% of the film I’m playing a Margaret Thatcher no one has seen or knows and we can’t know, it’s an imagined journey that we were taking. So I felt a lot of freedom, I did. I felt completely free, and that’s a testament to the director and the strength of that vision that we were taking three days in the life of an old lady and using the turbulence of those days, the moving out of her husband’s things, as a trigger to a lot of memories, and disorientation, and a feeling of being thrust back and forth between the past and the present." (Available April 10, 2012)
Games Of Thrones
Game of Thrones, one of the most elaborate and visually striking series on television, has made its highly-anticipated Blu-ray, DVD and digital download debut. Based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling series A Song of Ice and Fire, the sweeping fantasy saga instantly became one of HBO's biggest hits. Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season contains a monumental array of bonus materials and interactive features that will thrill fans of the series and new viewers alike. Game of Thrones has been labeled "tantalizing," "excellent" and an "HBO Triumph" that won two 2011 Emmy® awards including Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage). The drama follows kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars and noblemen as they vie for power in a land where summers span decades and winters can last a lifetime. Two powerful families are engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. As betrayal, lust, intrigue and supernatural forces shake the four corners of the Kingdoms, their bloody struggle for the Iron Throne will have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences. Bonus Features: The Blu-ray and DVD bonus materials included in Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season are as epic as the show it represents. A full length, 60-minute Anatomy of an Episode, extensive In-Episode Guides, meticulous histories and fascinating behind-the-scenes featurettes all detail the exceptional storytelling, superb acting and stunning visual effects that went into making this sprawling production. Content includes: Blu-ray - includes all DVD features plus: "Blu-ray Complete Guide to Westeros" - an interactive compendium of the noble houses and lands featured in season one, plus 24 exclusive histories of the Seven Kingdoms as told by the characters themselves done with animated illustrations that provide more information on the background of Game of Thrones. "In-Episode Guide" -- in-feature resource that provides background information about on-screen characters, locations, and relevant histories while each episode plays. "Anatomy of an Episode" - an in-episode experience that explores the creative minds and colossal efforts behind episode six, "A Golden Crown."; "Hidden Dragon Eggs" - find the hidden dragon eggs to uncover even more never-before-seen content. DVD: "Complete Guide to Westeros"; "Making Game of Thrones" -- an exclusive 30-minute feature including never-before-seen footage from the set and interviews from the cast and crew; "Character Profiles" - profiles of 15 major characters as described by the actors portraying them. "Creating the Show Open" - an inside look at the creation of the Emmy®-winning opening title sequence for Game of Thrones; "From the Book to the Screen" -- executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss along with author George R.R. Martin talk about the challenges of bringing Martin's epic fantasy novel to life on HBO. "The Night's Watch" - an in-depth look at the unique order of men who patrol and protect the Wall, a 700 foot ice structure that separates the Seven Kingdoms from the darkness beyond. "Creating the Dothraki Language" - an insightful glance into the comprehensive language created for the Dothraki people in Game of Thrones; Audio Commentaries - Seven audio commentaries with cast and crew including David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, George R.R. Martin, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Mark Addy, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Bryan Cogman, Harry Lloyd, Daniel Minahan and Alan Taylor.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Gary Oldman leads a stunning all-star cast in this masterful updated, adaptation of John Le Carré's bestselling novel that redefined the spy thriller. At the height of the Cold War, a precarious operation goes deadly wrong, and the head of British Intelligence wonders if a double agent is leaking vital secrets. Brought out of retirement to expose the potential mole, master spy George Smiley (Oldman) is the only one who can be trusted to expose one of their own. Or can he? As the emotional and physical tolls mount on the high-ranking suspects, Smiley will be forced into the ultimate international spy game where everyone's motives are in question. Filled with stunning performances by Academy Award winner Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, John Hurt, Toby Jones, Mark Strong, Benedict Cumberbatch and Ciarán Hinds, it's the powerful and deeply resonant spy tale that Ebert Presents at the Movies hails as "hands down the best new thriller this year. Written by Bridget O'Connor and Peter Straughan and directed by Tomas Alfredson, Bonus Features: on Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy include Interviews with Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Author John Le Carre and Director Tomas Alfredson & Co-Screenwriter Peter Straughan; Deleted Scenes; "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: First Look" and More!
Snow White: A Deadly Summer
A killer twist on a classic fairytale debuts on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand with the release of the Lionsgate release Snow White: A Deadly Summer. The horror film stars Maureen McCormick (The Brady Bunch), Eric Roberts (The Expendables) and Shanley Caswell (The Middle), as "Snow." Devastated by her father's remarriage, Snow (Caswell) begins to act out towards her new stepmother (McCormick). Given an ultimatum by his new wife, Snow's father (Roberts) sends his daughter off to a summer camp, unaware of its dark past. Snow soon learns that the camp was the site of a murders several years ago, and that the suspect fled into the woods, never to be seen again. Not long into her deadly summer, campers begin dying off and Snow feels as though a killer is watching her. Snow's stepmother uses the camp's troubled history as an excuse to get Snow out of the picture. She's been killing the campers one by one and now Snow is next! The DVD premiere Bonus Features Audio commentary with director David Decoteau and actors Chase Bennett & Jason-Shane Scott, also a Stills Gallery.
This hard-edged BAFTA-winning crime drama makes its U.S. debut starring Tom Bell (Prime Suspect) in a BAFTA-nominated performance along with Brian Cox. After an eight-year prison stint for a failed bank heist, Frank Ross returns to his old gangland haunts to find the snitch who sent him to jail. The smooth, streetwise ex-com quickly adjusts to the new attitudes of the disco-tinged '70s but discovers that although neighborhoods change, old grudges never go out of style. Played with steely intelliegence by Bell, Ross doesn't hesitate to pull a gun or swing a fist if it suits him. Bonus Features: Episode commentaries on the first and final episodes by the writer, director and producer.
The Muppets
The Muppets domination continues with its hilarious new movie from. Jason Segel, Academy Award nominee Amy Adams (Best Performance By An Actress In a Supporting Role, Junebug, 2005, Doubt, 2008, The Fighter, 2010) and Academy Award winner Chris Cooper (Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role, Adaptation, 2002) join everyone's favorite Muppets and an all-star celebrity cast in a comic adventure for the whole family. While on vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, his brother Gary, and friend Mary uncover the diabolical plot of a greedy oil millionaire to destroy the Muppet Theater. Now, the Muppet-loving trio must reunite Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and their friends to stage the greatest Muppet telethon ever and save their beloved theater. The gang is back together again in a must-own movie full of irresistible music and family fun. Bring home the biggest Muppet adventure ever on Disney Blu-ray and DVD! Written by Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller and directed by James Bobin, The Muppets also stars Rashida Jones, Bonus Features: "Scratching the Surface: A Hasty Examination Of The Making Of The Muppets" - A surprisingly shallow but profoundly absurd look at The Muppets and humans working together to make cinematic history; Deleted Scenes; "A Little Screen Test On The Way To The Read-Through" - The Muppets bring the wocka wocka wocka to a routine camera test; "Explaining Evil: The Full Tex Richman Song"; Unreleased Theatrical Spoof Trailers - And More!; Audio Commentary - with Jason Segel, James Bobin and Nicholas Stoller; Disney Intermission - Pause the movie and see what happens!; "The Longest Blooper Reel Ever Made (In Muppet History**) **We Think - Includes Muppets! Stars!; And one ridiculously long chicken joke! What more do you need? Visit Yahoo! Movies to see the newly released The Muppets parody trailer. "Like" The Muppets on Facebook:!/muppets
A quietly powerful story with a rock and roll spirit and a showcase for the outsized acting talents of Ron Eldard, Bobby Cannavale and Jill Hennessy. Director Michael Cuesta beautifully evokes Forest Hills (Queens), balancing neighborhood bluster with nostalgia and tough love. Starring Ron Eldard (Super 8, Black Hawk Down) in a valiant performance and set to an infectious soundtrack featuring some of rock and roll’s most celebrated bands, Roadie turns up the music. Hailed by industry as gritty, honest, and uncategorizable after it’s debut at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, Roadie also stars Emmy winner Bobby Cannavale (The Station Agent), Jill Hennessy (Crossing Jordan, Law & Order) and Tony Award winner Lois Smith (True Blood, Twister). A film about lost dreams and coming home, Eldard is magnetic and heartbreaking in his portrayal of Jimmy, a longtime roadie for the legendary Blue Oyster Cult. After touring with the band for over 20 years, he is unceremoniously fired. Broke and desperate, he has no other choice than to move back in with his mother (Smith) in Forest Hills, Queens. Soon he meets up with some of his hard-partying high school friends (Cannavale and Hennessy) who show him how little things can change. From writer/director Michael Cuesta (Twelve And Holding), Roadie features music by Blue Oyster Cult, Jethro Tull, Robin Trower, The Ramones, LA Guns and The Counting Crows (who recorded Jackson Browne’s “The Load Out” specifically for the film). The Roadie Bonus Features: HDNet: "A Look At Roadie" and Photo Gallery.
A new holiday tradition has begun this year with the family comedy hit from the creators of Despicable Me Start a new holiday tradition with the family animated/live action comedy -- HOP. The Easter Bunny’s hare apparent leaves his ancestral home on Easter Island to pursue pop superstardom in the outrageous comedy HOP. Blending state-of-the-art CGI animation with live action, HOP is a non-stop, rockin’ adventure packed with humor and hijinks as rebellious young rabbit E.B. (voiced by Russell Brand), strikes up an unlikely friendship with Los Angeles underachiever Fred (James Marsden) en route to becoming a rock star drummer. Directed by Tim Hill (Alvin and the Chipmunks) and produced by Chris Meledandri (Despicable Me), HOP presents an all-new comedy about candy, chicks and rock ‘n’ roll! He was destined to be the Easter Bunny, but all he wanted to do was rock! When teenager E.B (voiced leaves for Hollywood in pursuit of his dream to become a rock star drummer, he meets Fred (James Marsden), an out-of-work slacker with his own lofty goals. Together the two encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and misadventures and in the end help each other recognize the importance of family. The perfect Easter gift, the HOP Blu-ray/DVD Combo Packs deliver perfect hi-def picture and perfect hi-def sound and include an all-new, never-before-seen, music-filled mini-movie, extensive bonus features and interactive games, adding hours of entertaining fun for parents and children alike. The Combo Packs also contain a Digital Copy of the film for a limited time, compatible with iTunes, iPad, iPhone, iPod™ touch, Android or online retail partners. Also included is an UltraViolet™ copy. View the trailer at: Combo Exclusive Bonus Features: "Phil’s Dance Party —An all-new mini-movie starring fan-favorite chicks Phil and Carlos. Phil eats so much candy that he crashes, leaving Carlos to perform a solo of the big dance finale…the Merengue!; "The World of HOP" —Explore an interactive map of Easter Island to experience the making of HOP. "All Access with Cody Simpson -- The best-selling teenage heartthrob performs the film’s catchy theme song, “I Want Candy” and attends the HOP world premiere, his first Hollywood movie red carpet event; "Russell Brand: Being the Bunny" -- A wacky look at what happens in Russell’s brain as he prepares to become THE Easter Bunny; "Russell Brand’s Kid Crack Ups" -- Russell Brand interviews kids with comedic results; "Carlos on Carlos: The Premiere According to Carlos—Experience the world premiere of HOP from the POV of Carlos. Viewers are given a guided tour of the party, where they can meet celebs and see all the fun! "Emotion in Motion: The Dance of Ken Daurio" -- Writer Ken Daurio sits down to discuss his inspiration for everyone’s favorite dancing chick and reveals just how hard it was to teach Phil those awesome moves; "Post Coup Commentary: Carlos & Phil Tell All" -- Actor Hank Azaria reveals the truth about Carlos’ and Phil’s relationship, and how they imagined Easter Island would be if their coup had been successful. Digital Copy – Viewers can redeem a digital version of the full-length movie to watch on an array of electronic and portable devices. UltraViolet;U-Control; BD-Live; uHear: pocketBLU; Advanced Remote Control, Video Timeline, Mobile-To-Go, Browse Titles, Keyboard: Entering data is fast and easy with your device’s intuitive keyboard. Games: E.B.’s Candy Challenge including mini-games like Picture Challenge, 3 Egg Monte, and Candy Fix; Drum Along; Pink Beret Skill Tester includes test memory, observations skills and logic as players earn the rank of Pink Beret, Carlos’ right hand chick, or Phil’s intern. Visit for more.
Come Fly With Me: Season One
Written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams of Little Britain fame, the comedy duo play almost 50 characters between them in this hilarious mockumentary series set in an airport terminal. From flight crew to check-in, from paparazzi to passengers, and from catering staff to immigration, Come Fly With Me takes a side-splitting view of Britain’s busiest airport and the people who work in and pass through it every day. The series, which earned a 2011 BAFTA nomination for Best Comedy Program and boasts a range of guest stars including David Schwimmer and Rupert Grint.
The Sitter
From the director of Pineapple Express comes an adventure in babysitting that is definitely not for the entire family as Jonah Hill (21 Jump Street, Moneyball) steps in as The Sitter. Defiant, vulgar and envelope-pushing, The Sitter will be available in the “totally irresponsible” edition offering a hilarious and even raunchier unrated cut of the film. When Noah (Hill), the suburban slacker, is watching the neighbor’s kid he gets a booty call from his girlfriend in the city. To hook up with her, Noah takes to the streets, but his urban adventure spins out of control as he finds himself on the run from the maniacal drug lord. Raunchy laughs and insane action – it’s all in a night’s work for The Sitter. With hilarious supporting performances from J.B. Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Ari Graynor (What’s Your Number?) and Sam Rockwell (Cowboys & Aliens), The Sitter is a totally irresponsible and hysterical comedy. Bonus Features: “Totally Irresponsible” Edition Blu-ray Special Features; The “Totally Irresponsible” unrated edition; Deleted & Extended Scenes; Noah Goes Downtown – Extended; Noah and Slater Talk About Twins – Extended; Getting the Minivan – Extended Karl’s Back Room – Extended; Karl Hugs It Out – Deleted; Kids on the Curb – Deleted; Meeting Karl in Chinatown – Extended; Noah Calls Stephanie – Deleted; Brooklyn Party; Scenes – Deleted; Alternate Ending: Carousel Fight; Gag Reel; “Totally Irresponsible” outtakes; “For Your Consideration” with Blythe featurette'; “The Making of The Sitter” featurette and “Jonah the Producer.” featurette.
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