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January 23,2007

Based on the true story of Hollywood's most notorious unsolved mystery,Hollywoodland is a tale of glamour, scandal, and corruption in 1950's LosAngeles. When George Reeves (Ben Affleck), star of TV's Adventures ofSuperman, is found dead in his home, millions of fans are shocked by thecircumstances of his death. The police and the studio bosses want the caseclosed as a suicide, but rumors linger. Louis Simo (Adrien Brody), a privateinvestigator, picks up the trail and begins to piece together the actor'slast, tension-filled days. Who pulled the trigger? Was it the seductive yetscheming fianc, the spurned lover (Diane Lane), the enraged husband (BobHoskins), or was it Reeves himself?Bonus Features:The Hollywoodland DVD contains more than a half-hour of exclusive bonusfeatures including:* Deleted Scenes * Recreating Old Hollywood - In this piece, the production team demonstrateshow they re-created the glamour of the Hollywood of yesteryear. Interviewsinclude ones with the film's production designer, set decorator, costumedesigner, make-up artists and hair stylists.* Behind the Headlines - Director Allen Coulter, screenwriter Paul Bernbaum,and other members of the creative team reveal which elements of the filmstory are based on fact, and what creative liberties they had to take inorder to tell the story of the unsolved mystery surrounding George Reeves?death. * Hollywood Then and Now -- With help from historians, filmmakers, actorsand other experts, explore how Hollywood has changed in the last 60 years,as the similarities and difference between 'classic' Hollywood and today'sbig city are examined.* Feature Commentary with Director Allen Coulter

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