The beloved fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk gets the big-screen treatment courtesy of director Bryan Singer (Valkyrie) and screenwriters Darren Lemke (Shrek Forever After), Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects), and Dan Studney in this fantasy adventure about a naïve farm boy who attempts to rescue a beautiful princess from a race of vengeful giants. When Jack (Nicholas Hoult) inadvertently opens a passageway that allows giants to cross into our reality, the towering titans stake their claim on the world of humans. Should they succeed, Jack's kingdom will be but the first of many to fall. Now, in order to save his people and rescue a noble princess, Jack must summon every ounce of bravery to drive out the invading giants.
Disc #1 -- Jack the Giant Slayer 1. Scene 1 [10:20] 2. Scene 2 [9:01] 3. Scene 3 [10:27] 4. Scene 4 [9:02] 5. Scene 5 [10:29] 6. Scene 6 [10:10] 7. Scene 7 [2:36] 8. Scene 8 [7:13] 9. Scene 9 [11:12] 10. Scene 10 [9:11] 11. Scene 11 [9:11] 12. Scene 12 [6:54]
Disc #1 -- Jack the Giant Slayer Play Scene Selections Languages Audio English Français Español Subtitles English (For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing) Français Español Subtitles: None Special Features Deleted Scenes Gag Reel
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