Win This Means War On Blu-ray Your chance to win the Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine action comedy
They say a good woman brings out the best in a man, but in this hilarious action-comedy watch as two fearless spies hold nothing back as they battle it out to win the heart of the same woman in This Means War, released on Blu-ray and DVD on 2 July from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Top secret agents FDR (Chris Pine, Star Trek, Unstoppable) and Tuck (Tom Hardy, Inception, Dark Knight Rises) are best friends who have never let anything come between their friendship until they are forced by desire to go head-to-head to win the affections of Lauren (Reese Witherspoon, Legally Blonde, Walk the Line) as they both inadvertently fall for her. Using their secret agent skills, advanced tactics and cool high-tech surveillance, they call a war between each other leaving Lauren in the very difficult dilemma of choosing between two very different but equally attractive romance propositions.
Directed by McG (Charlie’s Angels, Terminator Salvation) and produced by Will Smith (Men In Black, I am Legend) and lead star Reese Witherspoon, complimented by Chelsea Handler’s quick witted and naughty one liners, This Mean’s War is the raucous flick that everyone should own this summer.
Packed full with special features, enjoy three alternative endings, a raunchy Bachelorette Party featurette and too-hot-for-the-theater Deleted Scenes – including the clip above. As well as a comical Gag Reel several featurettes with exclusive commentary from McG.
This Means War is now available on Blu-ray and DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
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