The Theory of Everything: Exclusive Deleted Scene & Commentary

Watch a new scene from the acclaimed Best Picture nominee, featuring Oscar frontrunner Eddie Redmayne.

William Bibbianiby William Bibbiani

 

When The Theory of Everything premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, CraveOnline was first line to praise the “fantastic performances” of Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, who play renowned physicist Stephen Hawking and his first wife, Jane Hawking. Six months later, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences agreed with us, nominated Redmayne and Jones for Best Actor and Best Actress, and bestowing The Theory of Everything with three more Oscar nominations, for Best Original Score, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture.

 

Check Out: Eddie Redmayne Talks ‘The Theory of Everything’ at TIFF 2014 (Exclusive Video)

 

If you missed The Theory of Everything in theaters, now’s your chance to catch up on the acclaimed drama from Oscar-winning director James Marsh (Man on Wire). The film arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on February 17th with special features including a director’s commentary and deleted scenes, and in this CraveOnline exclusive clip, we’re showing off a bit of both.

 

Check Out: Felicity Jones Talks ‘The Theory of Everything’ at TIFF 2014 (Exclusive Video)

 

The above clip features a deleted scene of the Oscar-nominated actors, featuring a commentary track by director James Marsh about why the scene was necessary to shoot, but why it ultimately didn’t make the final cut of The Theory of Everything. Take a look, and be sure to check out The Theory of Everything when it hits home video on February 17, 2015!

Check Out: James Marsh Talks ‘The Theory of Everything’ at TIFF 2014 (Exclusive Video)

 

The Theory of Everything Blu-rayFrom the Press Release:

Love, family, and genius powerfully combine as the brilliant astrophysicist Professor Stephen Hawking and his courageous wife Jane live extraordinary lives against all odds in The Theory of Everything, an inspiring love story coming to Digital HD February 10, 2015 and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack including Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD with UltraViolet™, and On Demand February 17, 2015, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Based on Jane Hawking’s memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen and directed by Academy Award® winner James Marsh (Man on Wire), the acclaimed film is an unforgettable portrait of a singular marriage and the two exceptional souls who built it. The Theory of Everything is nominated for five Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay (screenwriter, Anthony McCarten).

Set to the music of Jóhann Jóhannsson, Academy Award® nominee and Golden Globe Award® winner for Best Original Score, The Theory of Everything stars Academy Award® nominee and Golden Globe Award® winner Eddie Redmayne and Academy Award® nominee Felicity Jones. The duo have dazzled critics and audiences alike with their stunning portrayals of one of the world’s greatest living minds and the woman who persevered for love. Once a healthy, active young man, Hawking receives an earth-shattering diagnosis at 21 years of age. With Jane fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen embarks on his most ambitious scientific work, studying the very thing he now has precious little of—time. Together, they defy impossible odds, breaking new ground in medicine and science, and achieving more than they could ever have dreamed.

To view trailer, visit: uphe.biz/TOETrailer

The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes a Blu-ray, DVD and DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet.  

  • Blu-ray unleashes the power of your HDTV and is the best way to watch movies at home, featuring 6X the picture resolution of DVD, exclusive extras and theater-quality surround sound. 
  • DVD offers the flexibility and convenience of playing movies in more places, both at home and away. 
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Bonus Features on Blu-rayand DVD 

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Becoming the Hawkings
  • Feature Commentary with director James Marsh