The forthcoming “extended cut” DVD of Terrence Malick‘s The New World will run 172 minutes, or just shy of three hours. The press release says this will amount to “more than 30 minutes of never-before-seen footage.” That’s only if you’re comparing it to the 135-minute version that New Line gave a semi-wide release to after the initial 150 minute version, which was seen (or so I recall) in a limited big-city release. So the extended cut will actually include 22 minutes of never-before-seen footage…right? (The IMDB lists another 125-minute version that played at the Mar del Plata film festival.) The 172-minute DVD will be released on 10.14.