Transform & Roll Out With "Transformers: The Movie"

Official Press Release

New York, New York, June 21, 2006 - The homeentertainment group of SONY BMG Music Entertainment isreaching out to TRANSFORMERS fans around the worldasking for their input on the TRANSFORMERS: The Movie20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD – due outNovember 2006.

Fans can log onto the official Web sitewww.TRANSFORMERSthemovieDVD.com to submit "fun facts"or interesting trivia about the movie for possibleinclusion on the DVD. Submissions of twelve words orless along with the movie scene or scenes they relateto, will be considered.

Visit www.TRANSFORMERSthemovieDVD.com for moreinformation and guidelines.

TRANSFORMERS: The Movie 20th Anniversary SpecialEdition DVD will tap into the huge, multi-generationalTRANSFORMERS fan base. The special edition DVD willpower into retail stores across North America inNovember 2006 -- just in time for the holiday giftgiving season.

Packed with premium features, TRANSFORMERS: The Movie20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD includesnever-before-seen footage, exclusive interviews, aninteractive game and collectible packaging. The filmfeatures the voice of Orson Welles in his final role,as well as stars Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, LeonardNimoy, Casey Kasem, Robert Stack, John Moschitta,Peter Cullen, and Frank Welker. The DVD also featuresa winning soundtrack featuring the iconic theme "TheTRANSFORMERS" performed by Lion, and the popular "TheTouch," performed by Stan Bush.

For more information on TRANSFORMERS: The Movie 20thAnniversary Special Edition DVD log ontowww.TRANSFORMERSthemovieDVD.com


SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT is a global recordedmusic joint venture with a roster of current artiststhat includes a broad array of both local artists andinternational superstars, as well as a vast catalogthat comprises some of the most important recordingsin history. SONY BMG is 50% owned by Bertelsmann A.G.and 50% owned by Sony Corporation of America.

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