When This Means War, about most appropriate crony spys (Chris Pine as well as Tom Hardy) who move their present for disguise in to a dating universe when they both tumble for a same romantically-challenged gal (Reese Witherspoon), strike theaters, executive McG (Terminator: Salvation, Charlie's Angels) revealed in an interview which during a single time they had deliberate releasing dual versions of a film in theaters, any with a opposite attribute offshoot up during a end. Obviously which never happened, though those swap endings were in truth filmed, as well as right away which a film has strike Blu-ray as well as DVD, we can see what could have been.
More to a point, we can see what could have been right now. Well, partial of it during least.
Fox has since us a shave from a single of 3 swap endings for a film to share with you. Obviously if we haven't seen a film already, dire fool around next might spoil partial of a film for you– though is it unequivocally a spoiler if a events in subject didn't occur in a last chronicle of a movie?
This Means War is out upon Blu-ray as well as DVD today, May 22nd. The upon top of swap finale is frequency a usually special underline upon a disc:
Commentary by McG upon both melodramatic as well as lengthened versions
Alternate endings with discretionary McG commentary
Deleted scenes with discretionary McG commentary
Alternative opening concept: Previz with discretionary McG commentary
Bachelorette Party featurette
Uncensored wisecrack reel