Jul 19, 2006 12:59 PM EST

Butterfly Effect 2 Coming To DVD This Fall

What if you could go back into your past and change it? Altering history, though, can carry unforeseen consequences in the present as the psychological thriller The Butterfly Effect 2 premieres on DVD on October 10, 2006, from New Line Home Entertainment. The highly-anticipated, thematic sequel to the 2004 hit The Butterfly Effect, follows Nick Larson (TV's The L Word, TV's Modern Men) as he turns back the clock to alter the fate of his girlfriend, Julie (Erica Durance, TV's Smallville, TV's Tru Calling), and his best friends after a deadly car crash. However, time-travel has a way of catching up with him, and the future is not always what is seems. Directed by John Leonetti (TV's Providence, Mortal Combat: Annihilation), the DVD features a filmmaker commentary and a behind-the-scenes featurette. The Butterfly Effect 2 is available at a $19.97 SRP with an August 29, 2006, order due date. Nick Larson (Lively) is on his way to making his dreams come true. He is in love with his girlfriend, Julie (Durance), and he's in the running for a career-making promotion at work. But tragedy strikes on the drive back from a hiking trip, killing Julie and their two best friends and leaving Nick as the sole survivor. Unable to cope with their deaths, Nick discovers that he has the ability to transport himself back in time by focusing on photos from the past. In an attempt to alter the events of that tragic accident, Nick travels back to the day of the crash to change the fate of those he loves. Unbeknownst to Nick, however, changes to past events carry unforeseen consequences in the present – and the future is always a mystery.

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• Audio commentary from director John Leonetti
• Behind-the-scenes featurette
• 16x9 widescreen (2.35:1) presentation of the film
• Dolby Digital 5.1 EX, Stereo Surround 2.0
• English & Spanish subtitles
• Closed captioned
• Animated menus

*DVD special features subject to change.
Source: New Line Cinema
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