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Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 03 September 2010 10:33

With Inception still blazing a box office trail across the UK, Warner Home Video have announced details of Inception's impending DVD and Blu-ray release. Which will, of course, come with a big shiny silver briefcase. 

That's the limited edition version. The boxset will contain the expected Triple play pack (Blu-ray, DVD, plus digital copy) but also your own pretty Spinning Top, a Dream Machine Leaflet and FOUR (count 'em, four) art cards.

That whole bundle will set you back £39.99 when it hits shelves on Monday 6th December.

Need your Inception fix before then? Well, there's a somewhat special Q&A happening down at Apple's store on Regent Street. Visual Effects Supervisor Paul Franklin will be there to discuss the mind-blowing effects in Nolan's brain-bending blockbuster.

He's the co-founder of London-based Double Negative VFX, a company who really are at the heart of the industry - they've done everything from Cloverfield and Batman Begins to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Scott Pilgrim vs the World. Hell, Paul even got nominated for an Oscar for The Dark Knight.

That's happening Wednesday 8th September at 7pm - no tickets required, just turn up and drool at the iPads.

Meanwhile, would you pay £40 for a big shiny briefcase? Two people on Twitter have so far said yes. You can pre-order the DVD from today. Or beg them to borrow their spinning tops later.