Walt Disney Pictures’ hit toon “Finding Nemo” will dive into the DVD waters Nov. 4.
Buena Vista Home Entertainment plans a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign for a two-disc collector’s set, priced at $29.99, that will top the push for “Monsters Inc.”
Disney/Pixar computer-animated film is the highest-grossing pic of the year so far, with more than $312 million in domestic box office. The DVD edition will include virtual aquariums that allow viewers to turn their TVs into fish tanks with sound effects and fish swimming.
Other extras will include the CGI-short “Knick Knack,” which ran before the film in theaters, an educational featurette about Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, set-top games, filmmakers’ commentary, deleted scenes, recording sessions, a making-of documentary, and a tour of Pixar Animation Studios.
Jennifer Netherby is a reporter for Variety sister publication Video Business.