The Great Gatsby comes out on DVD this week, and even if you were underwhelmed by Baz Luhrmann's glittery adaptation in theaters, there are a few reasons to check out the movie again, in the privacy of your own home — even without the 3D. Check out the extras below to see what you get when you bring home Leonardo DiCaprio as the rich, sexy, man-with-a-party-plan Jay Gatsby.
- Deleted scenes. The running time of The Great Gatsby is almost two and a half hours long. Aren't you curious to see what didn't make it?
- An alternate ending. There's an alternate ending included on the DVD; though I can't imagine Luhrmann would alter F. Scott Fitzgerald's original ending much, I'm curious to find out how the other ending is different.
- A fashion-focused extra. DiCaprio gets to talk costumes in "Razzle Dazzle: The Fashion of the ’20s," an extra that sheds some light on the costumes of the movie.
- Music insight: In "The Swinging Sounds of Gatsby" extra, Luhrmann breaks down his music choices for the soundtrack, and how he used '20s-era music combined with pop.