If you missed the Opening Ceremonies for the 2012 Olympic Games, you won't have to scour YouTube for clips before the IOC finds them or find a way to go back in time.
The Guardian is reporting that director Danny Boyle will turn his iconic opening ceremonies into a feature-length DVD movie.
Boyle said the DVD will include all of the original music featured in the show by Underworld, The Chemical Brothers, High Contrast, The Pet Shops Boys, and Dizzee Rascal. It also feature the pre-filmed bits used in the ceremony such as Daniel Craig's "James Bond" cameo with Queen Elizabeth II and Rowan "Mr. Bean" Atkinson poking some fun at the theme and iconic beach running scene from "Chariots of Fire."
The DVD will also show some of the movie scenes that had to be cut for time. Boyle said these clips will explain some of the fleeting references and sights that the viewers might have missed in the live version. Boyle promised, "It will make more sense in this version."
The best part is that the DVD will speed up the very looooong procession of the athletes.
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