Less than three months after its theatrical debut, Elektra flies to DVD in this widescreen edition from 20th Century Fox. Also available in a pan-and-scan edition, the film comes with an anamorphic 2.35:1 widescreen transfer and a 5.1 Dolby Surround track, both clear and dynamic, with a sharp picture and a loud, booming soundtrack. Since the film virtually died at the box office, it's not surprising that the disc is packed with extras that are virtually carried straight over from most of the promotion found on the Internet before its release. There's a 12-minute making-of along with a slew of "Inside the Editing Room" featurettes with director Rob Bowman explaining the editing process of some of the more complicated sequences. Add in an appearance by Jennifer Garner at a comic convention, plus the teaser and theatrical trailer, and you basically have footage that you might have seen before somewhere else. Probably the biggest hyped extra comes in the form of the deleted Ben Affleck scene in which Matt Murdock visits Elektra in a dream sequence and tells her that he'll always be there to wait for her, though it remains to be seen if the fans will after this movie. Missing is Marvel's usual featurette on the comic character, though one shouldn't be surprised considering the multiple obnoxious tie-ins from The Family Guy and American Dad TV series along with a cheesy commercial for the Elektra soundtrack packing the rest of the disc.