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The Iron Giant: Signature Edition

It’s 1957 in the small town of Rockwell, Maine. Hogarth Hughes is just a normal nine-year-old boy: headstrong and imaginative, always on the lookout for adventure. When Hogarth overhears a tall tale about a giant metal man falling into the sea, Hogarth sets out exploring to find the enormous robot. What he finds is a 50-foot giant with an insatiable appetite for metal and a childlike curiosity about its new world.

As rumors fly about everything from an alien invasion to a Russian secret weapon, the paranoia of the town escalates and the possible destruction of Rockwell looms. Hogarth turns to his friend, the Iron Giant, who ultimately finds its humanity by unselfishly saving the town.

From Brad Bird, director of The Incredibles and Ratatouille. Starring Jennifer Aniston (voice of Annie Hughes) and Christopher McDonald (voice of Kent Mansley).

When “The Iron Giant” arrived in theaters in 1999, it was hailed as an “instant classic” by Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal and the world soon learned another “giant” had arrived as well: filmmaker Brad Bird, who made his stunning directorial debut with this film and has gone on to win two Oscars, as well as worldwide acclaim for his work on both animated and live-action features. This is the remastered version of the 1999 classic, featuring two all new scenes and a special video intro from director Brad Bird.

" involving story that has something to say."

Roger Ebert

"A LOVELY and TOUCHING daydream"

Entertainment Weekly

"director Brad Bird's tale of a small-town boy and his outer-space robot is hip and entertaining without pandering, or condescending, to the kiddie set."

Steven Rea, Philadelphia Enquirer

"The Iron Giant remembers the wonder of being a child and understands how to convey that"

Kenneth Turan, LA Times

"Brad Bird fills the screen with wit and beauty in this modern fairy tale."

New Yorker

"deliciously FUNNY and deeply AFFECTING...BEAUTIFUL, oh so beautiful, as a work of coherent art."

Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal