Scarlett Johansson's first comic book movie, the 2001 indie hit Ghost World, is going to be released as a deluxe edition Blu-ray and DVD this May through the famed Criterion Collection.
The disc will feature new cover art by indie comics icon Daniel Clowes, from whose graphic novel the movie was adapted.
Fans can pre-order the DVD for just under $25, or the Blu-ray for a shade over $30, now.
Criterion is known or its wealth of special features, high-quality image transfers, and focus on the vision of the filmmakers. As such, they've supplemented some of the material from the original MGM DVD (including a featurette, trailer, deleted scenes, and a music video) with a new commentary track by director Terry Zwigoff and comic book creator Daniel Clowes.
You can check out the full list of features below:
- New, restored 4K digital transfer, supervised by writer-director Terry Zwigoff, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
- Audio commentary featuring Zwigoff, comic-book creator and screenwriter Daniel Clowes, and producer Lianne Halfon
- New interviews with and actors Thora Birch and Illeana Douglas
- Extended excerpt from Gumnaam (1965) featuring the Bollywood musical number that appears in Ghost World's opening title sequence
- Deleted scenes
- PLUS: An essay by critic Howard Hampton
Ghost World: The Criterion Collection special edition comes to retailers on May 30, 2017.