Operating under the assumption that by procuring alcohol for an upcoming party they will finally be able to break their longstanding losing streak with the fairer sex, socially inept high school seniors Evan (Michael Cera) and Seth (Jonah Hill) set out to secure the adult beverages that could get them off of the geek list before they even attend college orientation. Evan is a bright young student whose outward sweetness belies his suffocating fear of heading off to college without his lifelong best friend Seth -- a hormone-driven mischief-maker who wasn't accepted to the same school as Evan. But Evan and Seth both know that college is a place of personal reinvention, and that if they are able to make that first leap together they will have forged a bond powerful enough to last a lifetime. Meanwhile, Evan and Seth's friend Fogell (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) acquires a hastily rendered fake I.D. that instantly endears him to a pair of truly irresponsible cops (Bill Hader and Seth Rogen). Penned by co-star Rogen in collaboration with former Da Ali G Show co-writer Evan Goldberg, the semi-autobiographical SuperBad was produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Greg Mottola -- who previously helmed episodes of Undeclared and Arrested Development. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
- Surround Sound
- Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
- Blu-ray region A (North America, Central America, South America, Japan, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia)
- Unrated footage not seen in theaters
- Menus featuring more of Seth's Doodles
- Deleted and extended scenes
- Gag reel
- Cop Car Confessions - Ride along with Clark County's finest
- The making of Superbad
- Original table read 2002 - Seth Rogen reads the part of "Seth"
- Commentary with filmmakers and cast!
- Pineapple Express: Exclusive first look!
- Cast audition footage
- Press Junket Meltdown
- The music of Superbad
- Everyone Hates Michael Cera - The unfortunate true story
- On-set diaries
- And more!
- Blu-ray exclusive: Superbad SuperMeter - Keep tally of all the lewd and crude lingo found in the film
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