'The Edge of Seventeen' To Hit Blu-ray In Late January

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Experience teenage life as never before in the hilarious and heartfelt critically acclaimed comedy, The Edge of Seventeen, coming to Digital HD on January 31, 2017 and Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on February 14, 2017 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Produced by Academy Award(R) winner James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, "The Simpsons") The Edge of Seventeen joins the ranks of classics like Clueless, Mean Girls and Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Edward Douglas, Den of Geek), and has earned a "Certified Fresh" seal on Rotten Tomatoes with a remarkable score of 94%!

Starring Academy Award nominees Hailee Steinfeld (Pitch Perfect 2, True Grit) and Woody Harrelson (True Detective, The Hunger Games) along with Golden Globe winner Kyra Sedgwick ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "The Closer"), The Edge of Seventeen Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD are bursting with witty bonus content that includes a gag reel and deleted scenes giving fans even more laughs to bring home.

The STX Entertainment film is nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Actress (Hailee Steinfeld).

The Edge of Seventeen is an honest and hysterical look at what it's like to grow up as a young woman today. Nadine (Steinfeld) and Krista (Haley Lu Richardson, "Ravenswood") are inseparable best friends attempting to navigate high school together. But then Nadine's world gets turned upside down when she finds out that Krista has been secretly dating her popular older brother (Blake Jenner, "Glee") behind her back.

Now with her best friend as her worst enemy, Nadine has to deal with being an awkward loner, while discovering that what may feel like the end of the world is really just the beginning of growing up.

Also starring Woody Harrelson and Kyra Sedgwick, see the film critics are calling "an instant high school movie classic" (David Ehrlich, Indiewire).