NOMINATED FOR THREE ACADEMY AWARDS® INCLUDING BEST PICTURE,
PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON’S COMING-OF-AGE LOVE STORY
IS AVAILABLE TO OWN ON BLU-RAY™ & DVD FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN BONUS CONTENT, A REVERSE SLEEVE AND
LIMITED-EDITION ART CARDS
OWN IT ON BLU-RAYTM & DVD FROM 6TH JUNE 2022
FROM METRO GOLDWYN MAYER (MGM)
AND UNIVERSAL PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Alana Haim, from the Grammy® nominated musical group HAIM, and Cooper Hoffman deliver incredible star-making performances inLICORICE PIZZA, available to own for the first time to Download & Keep now and on Blu-ray™ and DVD 6th June, 2022 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. From multi-Oscar® nominated director, writer, producer and cinematographer Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Phantom Thread), the Rotten Tomatoes Certified Fresh film received an impressive score of 90% and is hailed by critics as “The best film of the year” (Time Out) and “Filmmaking perfection” (Little White Lies). A delightful depiction of one of life’s most treasured feelings, MGM’s LICORICE PIZZA on Blu-ray™ and DVD includes limited-edition art cards and a double-sided cover art. Additionally, viewers can go behind-the-scenes with all-new bonus features such as camera tests, a deleted scene and in-universe commercials featuring cast and crew exclusively on the Blu-ray™ and DVD.
Showcasing an all-star, Critics Choice Award® nominated ensemble cast, LICORICE PIZZA stars Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Academy Award®winner Sean Penn (Mystic River, Milk), Academy Award® nominee Tom Waits (Seven Psychopaths, The Dead Don’t Die), Academy Award® nominee Bradley Cooper (A Star is Born, Silver Linings Playbook) and Benny Safdie (Pieces of a Woman, upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi).
LICORICE PIZZA is a timeless story of Alana Kane (Haim) and Gary Valentine (Hoffman) growing up, running around, and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley in 1973. Nominated for over 180 awards to-date including three Academy Awards®, eight Critics Choice Awards, and a total of 22 Best Picture nominations, the film is “a joyously nostalgic coming-of-age tale” (The Observer) that “crackles with genius” (Metro).