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The ‘Breaking In’ Twitter Party RECAP

The ‘Breaking In’ Twitter Party RECAP

Okay, so you’re bummed that you missed the Breaking In twitter party that happened tonight.  No worries!  We’re here to give you a quick recap of what happened and fill you in on some of the hilarious tweets we saw online.

If you haven’t realized already, today is the DVD + Blu-Ray + Digital release of the Universal Pictures thriller Breaking In starring Gabrielle Union. BGN hosted a live-tweet of the feature film along with presenting some trivia to fans about the movie.

Parenting bloggers and social media influencers received a fancy promo pack to be able to view the film and have it available just in time for the party!

Lucky winners of the trivia questions also will get an opportunity to receive this promo pack as well! However, the highlight of every Twitter party are the funny and snarky tweets that appear on the timeline while watching the film.  Here’s a highlight of a few tweets:


However, the best highlight was seeing Breaking In’s own executive producer and writer Jaime Primak!

If you want to check out more tweets from the party, just search the #BreakingInMovie hashtag.

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Plan to get the DVD combo pack? Here’s what you can expect:

  • Alternate Opening –The Gas Station with Commentary by Director James McTeigue and Scriptwriter Ryan Engle.
  • One Bad Mother – Gabrielle Union shows that there is no limit to what a threatened mother will do to keep her children safe, and why a woman on a mission should never be underestimated
  • A Filmmaker’s Eye – The crew explores what makes Director James McTeigue’s vision and style uniquely valuable when it comes to creating the right mood for the film.
  • A Lesson in Kicking Ass – A behind-the-scenes look at how physically demanding the role of Shaun was for Gabrielle Union, and the steps production took to ensure the most convincing execution of the stunts throughout the film.
  • A Hero Evolved – An inspiring account of how leading roles are shifting to embrace the qualities that more diverse actors can bring to the table.
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Feature Commentary by Director James McTeigue and Scriptwriter Ryan Engle

Breaking In is available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, and Movies Anywhere.

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