Eat, Pray, Love DVD and Blu-ray Debuts on November 23rd

The new Julia Roberts movie Eat, Pray, Love will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 23. The standard DVD will be priced at $28.95 Srp while the Bd will cost $34.95 Srp. Both version will also include an extended cut of the movie, which stars Julia Roberts, Javier Bardem, Billy Crudup, Viola Davis and James Franco. You can take a look at both the DVD and Blu-ray cover art and the special features below:

Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a modern woman on a quest to marvel at and travel the world while rediscovering and reconnecting with her true inner self in Eat Pray Love. At a crossroads after a divorce, Gilbert takes a year-long sabbatical from her job and steps uncharacteristically out of her comfort zone, risking everything to change her life. In her wondrous and exotic travels, she experiences the simple pleasure of nourishment by eating in Italy; the power of prayer in India,
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Box Office Beat Down: The Expendables Rules with $35 Million!

Weekend Box Office

1The Expendables$35 million2Eat, Pray, Love$23.7 million3The Other Guys$18 million4Inception$11.3 million5Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World$10.5 million6Despicable Me$6.7 million7Step Up 3D$6.6 million8Salt$6.35 million9Dinner for Schmucks$6.31 million10Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore$4.07 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10

As predicted last week, director Christopher Nolan's Inception was finally knocked out of the top spot after almost a month by newcomers The Other Guys. But with three highly anticipated new movies entering the box office this weekend including the testosterone-filled action movie The Expendables, the comic book based rock-opera Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World and the Julia Roberts-vehicle Eat, Pray, Love, which is based on the popular book, it was inevitable that the buddy-cop comedy would fall after only a week on top of the charts.

Debuting at number one this week is the new action film The Expendables from writer/director and star Sylvester Stallone.
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Box Office Predictions: Can The Expendables Wage War on the Box Office This Weekend?

Predicted Weekend Box Office

1The Expendables$32.3 million2Eat, Pray, Love$24.5 million3The Other Guys$18.3 million4Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World$17.6 million5Inception$12.1 million6Step Up 3D$6.7 million7Salt$6.1 million8Dinner for Schmucks$5.8 million9Despicable Me$5.7 million10Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore$3.3 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10

As predicted last week, the much-talked-about new buddy-cop comedy The Other Guys became the first film to knock the reigning champ, Christopher Nolan's Inception, out of the top spot at the box office since that film debut almost a month ago. But the Will Ferrell spoof will have a hard time remaining the top cop at the box office for a second week in a row with tough competition from three new films this weekend including the testosterone-filled action movie The Expendables, the comic book based rock-opera Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World and the Julia Roberts-vehicle Eat, Pray, Love, which is based on the popular book.
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Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love

Directed by: Ryan Murphy

Cast: Julia Roberts, Billy Crudup, James Franco, Javier Bardem

Running Time: 2 hrs 13 mins

Rating: PG-13

Release Date: August 13, 2010

Plot: Liz (Roberts) decides she needs to find herself, so she leaves behind the people in her life and goes to eat in Italy, pray in India, and love in Bali. Based on the memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert.

Who’S It For? Want to watch Julia Roberts show you around the world? Otherwise, you need to be a woman who feels she needs to “find” herself. Having your own issues is key coming into this movie.

Expectations: I was a little worried I would be watching a rich person have a rich person’s problem. Historically though, Roberts and Javier Bardem always deliver.

Scorecard (0-10)


Julia Roberts as Liz Gilbert: The big problem with this film comes in the beginning when we are getting to know Liz.
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Movie Review: Eat Pray Love (2010)

Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love

Photo: Columbia Pictures Based on the best-selling memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat Pray Love already has its very own built-in audience, the question is whether or not anyone outside of that audience is going to want to eat what this film is cookin'. It seems to me most women that have read this book either love it or hate it, some seeing Gilbert as a self-centered whiner and others taking notes when it comes to her soul-searching world travels. As a male that hasn't read the book, I have no opinion on these matters.

My only goal was to watch with an open mind and evaluate it solely based on what's on screen. Unfortunately what's on screen is an up-and-down story that seems entirely unsure of itself, and that comes primarily as a result of the story's structure and a shoddy second act.

Julia Roberts
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Movie review: 'Eat Pray Love'

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When the movie breaks away from trying to be a typical romantic-comedy, Eat Pray Love is an inspiring story one can enjoy.  Not sure anyone will need to bring the tissues but a bleacher pad may be a good idea since this sucker runs 133 minutes.  Adapted from Elizabeth Gilbert's best selling memoir, the flick does stay fairly close to the written word ( at least that's what they tell me).

Portraying Liz Gilbert is in the capable hands of Julia Roberts.  We pick up with Liz celebrating another successful novel at a lavish party.  Moments after the gathering, Liz is feeling empty.  After saying her first ever prayer, she decides to end her marriage with Stephen (Billy Crudup).  Stephen tries to convince her to stay, but Liz wants out.  She briefly rebounds with struggling actor David (James Franco) who she falls in love with.  However, her tank
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Eat Pray Love Movie Review

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Eat Pray Love Movie Review
Title: Eat Pray Love Directed By: Ryan Murphy Starring: Julia Roberts, Billy Crudup, Viola Davis, James Franco, Tuva Novotny, Luca Argentero, Richard Jenkins, Javier Bardem, Hadi Subiyanto Like Glee? Sorry, but this film’s not for you. Despite the fact that Eat Pray Love is directed by the show’s writer-director Ryan Murphy, it’s absolutely nothing like it. It’s got some fantastic music selection, ones that would be nice to hear the William McKinley High School kids revamp, but other than that, Eat Pray Love is exactly the opposite, dreary, no fun and unmemorable. Eat, pray, love? More like eat, pray, snooze. Julia Roberts stars as Liz, a woman whose life changes after meeting [...]
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'Eat Pray Love' Fortuneteller Falls Ill, Admitted to Hospital

In an unpredictable and unfortunate turn of events, the Balinese fortuneteller who plays a large role in Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love has been admitted to the hospital. Ketut Liyer offered the American traveler guidance during her around the world  trip.      The palm reader has been hospitalized to treat a heart ailment, his doctor told the Associated Press. Since the publishing of Eat Pray Love in 2006, Ketut Liyer has been a tourist attraction in his town of Ubud in Indonesia. Julia Roberts even paid him a visit during the filming of 'Eat Pray Love' and used his home as an authentic location for numerous scenes in the based on a true story movie. Wayan Puspita Sari told the AP that her 96-year-old grandfather is "exhausted by all of this attention" leading up to the movie's release. He's been asked to appear in commercials and ads. "It may have affected his health,
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Exclusive Video: Eat, Pray, Love Cast and Crew Interview Featurette

Everyone loves Julia Roberts! From modern classic films like Pretty Woman, Steel Magnolias and The Pelican Brief to box office smashes like My Best Friend's Wedding, Ocean's Eleven and Ocean's Twelve, not to mention her Oscar winning role in Erin Brockovich, she is by far one of the most popular on-screen actresses of all-time. So it only makes sense that when director Ryan Murphy (Glee) decided to adapt author Elizabeth Gilbert's internationally famous book, Eat, Pray, Love into a film, which opens on August 13th, that he would hire the former Pretty Woman for the lead. In addition to Roberts the film boasts an extraordinary group of actors including fellow Oscar winner Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men), Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins (The Visitor), Golden Globe winner James Franco (Spider-Man) and Billy Crudup (Watchmen). We recently had a chance to travel to the Napa Valley in Northern California and sit down with Julia Roberts,
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Exclusive: Director Ryan Murphy Discusses Eat, Pray, Love!

The creator of Glee and Nip\Tuck talks about his new feature film starring Julia Roberts based on the internationally popular novel

Writer/director/producer Ryan Murphy is best known for creating some of the most popular shows on TV including the WB's cult-classic Popular, FX's award winning and groundbreaking series Nip/Tuck and Fox's current runaway hit Glee. But Murphy is also an accomplished filmmaker having made the 2006 film Running with Scissors based on the memoirs of Augusten Burroughs and starring Annette Bening, Alec Baldwin, Gwyneth Paltrow, Evan Rachel Wood and Brian Cox. Now Murphy returns once again to the big screen with his new film, Eat, Pray, Love, which is based on the extremely popular novel by author Elizabeth Gilbert and stars Oscar winners Julia Roberts (Erin Brockovich) and Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men), as well as Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins (The Visitor), Golden Globe winner
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Exclusive: Billy Crudup Talks Eat, Pray, Love

Billy Crudup discusses his new role opposite Julia Roberts in the film based on the popular book by author Elizabeth Gilbert

Actor Billy Crudup made a name for himself in the late '90s in a series of gritty and dramatic roles in such films as Sleepers, Inventing the Abbotts, Without Limits, Hi-Lo Country and Jesus' Son but it was his breakout role in Cameron Crowe's semi-biographical film Almost Famous that made him a household name. Since then the actor has wisely transitioned his career from leading man to that of an accomplished character actor taking on supporting roles in high profile films with exceptional directors such as Tim Burton's Big Fish, J.J. Abrams's Mission: Impossible III, Robert De Niro's The Good Shepherd, Zack Snyder's Watchmen and Michael Mann's Public Enemies. Now the veteran actor is teaming up with director Ryan Murphy (Glee) and
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