Before Real Steel hit theaters, I got to sit down with director Shawn Levy for an extended video interview. While I’ve already posted what he said about how the soundtrack came together and his goal for the film, Neighborhood Watch, what happened to his Flash movie, and what’s up with Night at the Museum 3 and The Hardy Boys, I’ve got one more bit and it concerns what he cut out of Real Steel and what will be on the eventual DVD/Blu-ray.
For fans of deleted scenes, Levy told me you can expect about 15 minutes to be on the DVD/Blu-ray and he explained why he cut out some of the footage. In addition, he says the home video release will have an extensive behind the scenes look at the making of Real Steel and he makes use of second screen (which is where you can use your computer or iPad to have a more interactive experience while watching the movie). Hit the jump for more.
Here’s what Levy told me about what to expect on the Real Steel DVD/Blu-ray: