5 December 2012 4:43 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Woody Allen.s a pretty prominent director, who has made some critically relevant flicks over the years. However, the 77-year-old director has also been so prolific during his time as a director that many of his films haven.t made their way on to Blu-ray, yet. In January, however, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has plans to add two of Allen.s flicks to the Blu-ray lineup. Sleeper and Hannah and Her Sisters will hit Blu-ray on January 15. Released theatrically in 1973, Sleeper follows a Allen as a cryogenically frozen man who returns to the world 200 years after an accident in a hospital, only to find people living a topsy-turvy existence led by an evil dictator. Sleeper is also notable for Diane Keaton.s first appearance in a Woody Allen movie. She would later go on to star in such classics as Love and Death and Annie Hall. Hannah and Her »

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