Blockers, a comedy by director Kay Cannon, is out on Blu-ray, and it’s bringing supplemental content with it to spice up the package. Here’s a look at one such bonus, an extra scene that didn’t make the cut.


Blockers is about a group of teenagers and their parents, where the latter are trying to prevent the former from losing their virginity on the evening of their prom. The film, which was initially released in theaters this past April, went on to garner acclaim from critics, including one of our own.

The bonus scene, titled “Old’s Blocking The Beam,” shows three of our protagonists arriving at a hotel, though they’re taken aback by how large the establishment is. Lisa Decker (Leslie Mann), whose grandmother is staying on the top floor, hurriedly leads the trio to the elevator.

While it arrives within her ten-second allotment, it doesn’t close because of her cohorts, Mitchell (John Cena) and Hunter (Ike Barinholtz). The two fathers – the “olds,” as they’re dubbed – are shooed off the elevator for blocking its beam, preventing it from closing. They relent and leave the elevator, its door closing behind them as the 1:10-minute clip ends.


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Blockers is currently available to purchase on Blu-ray, and it also includes a copy of the film on DVD. You may also enter for a chance to win a copy here at uInterview.

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