and, The Bits' synopsis of today's official press release:
The studio has just officially set the title for release on Blu-ray/UltraViolet on 3/6 (SRP $19.99). The only difference from what we reported back then is that this is not a 35th anniversary edition. It looks like the extras we posted back on 1/6 were exactly right, as the list includes audio commentaries by Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones (plus "General Complaints and Back-Biting by John Cleese, Eric Idle and Michael Palin"), The Quest for the Holy Grail Locations documentary (featuring Palin and Jones), the Japanese version, the LEGO version, a cast directory photo gallery, 3 "Mindless Sing-Alongs", the How to Use Your Coconuts (An Educational Film) short, 8 featurettes (BBC Film Night, Meanwhile, King Arthur & Sir Bedevere..., Elephant & Castle, Run Away!, The Tale of Sir Robin, The Tale of Sir Lancelot and Henry 4th) and Blu-ray credits. But that's not all: According to Sony's official press release, exclusive to the Blu-ray will be the The Holy Book of Days Second Screen Experience, Lost Animations with introduction by Terry Gilliam and Outtakes & Extended Scenes with introduction by Terry Jones. The film will also be remastered for high-definition in quality never before available. The Holy Book of Days is accessed via an iPad app that costs $4.99 in the Apple store, but for a limited time Sony will offer a $5 rebate for those who purchase the BD and the app together. Android users are apparently out of luck.