Easter egg: On Disc 2 of the limited edition DVD, select the Clock icon on the main menu. When you get a series of questions, pick C for all of them, until you get 4 pics of a woman changing her tire, then put the pics in reverse order. If done right, the credits will start to play backwards, then the movie plays in the correct order with the phone call scenes being first.
Easter egg: In the deluxe widescreen dvd, go to deleted scenes and keep pressing down until the reaper's face is highlighted and press enter.
Easter egg: Insert the second disc from the 2-disc set and then select 'Video and Stills Gallery' from the main menu. Once there, highlight the 'Raft Escape' menu entry and hit the Left arrow key on your remote. A winged symbol will appear on the screen. Press Enter now and in an audio clip director Robert Zemeckis will reveal to you the contents of the unopened FedEx package.
Easter egg: From the disc's main menu, go to the 'Special Features' section. On each of the three Special Features menus that are in this section a hidden feature can be found. On the first page, highlight 'G'ed up' and then press the 'Right' arrow to highlight Cameron Diaz's mid section. Press 'Enter' now and you will see a 20 second montage clip of the girls. On the second page of the 'Special Features,' highlight 'Wired Angels' and then press the 'Left' arrow key on your remote control. This will highlight a box on Bosley's chest and pressing 'Enter' now will give you some behind-the-scenes footage featuring Drew Barrymore as she's having a plaster cast made of her face. The third Easter Egg can be found on the third 'Special Features' page. Highlight the arrow pointing left on the menu screen and then press the 'Right' arrow key on your remote control. This will highlight another box, which will give you access to short behind-the-scenes sequence, including a more than passable impression of Christopher Walken by Sam Rockwell.
Easter egg: On the 2nd disc go to storyboards. Go to the 2nd page and select rhino fight under Deleted Sequences. Press up once to select the rhino and press enter. This will get you to a section called What Happened to the Rhino.
Easter egg: Go to the first page of the "special features" menu. Once there, highlight any one of the special features on the page and press right once to see a short clip of how the filmming crew put on make-up.
Easter egg: An easter egg on the Spanish edition of the DVD. Don't know if it exists on other editions. On the menu, select Extra Features, then, scroll down to the Menu Option and press right on your remote. You'll see a new option where you can watch an old music video from Dio.
Easter egg: On the "Special Edition" DVD there are little clips at the bottom that start to play a scene. If you wait through all of the clips twice, then there is a message that pops up and says "Charlie, did you take your medicine?". If you click "No", then you switch to Hank's screen, which is pretty funny to look at, and has a few little different clips and icons.
Easter egg: On the Region 1 DVD (Only the Canadian Collector's Edition or Special Trilogy boxed set edition, not on the standard American version) at the main menu, highlight the top option and press up to highlight a hidden option that takes you to see storyboards of various scenes.
Easter egg: This feature is found in disc 2. On the main menu highlight the first item on the list. Push up and then push right it will take you to a fun montage.
Easter egg: On the Special Edition, select any of the four features on the disk's main menu, then go to the special features menu and hit enter. Next, go to the bottom of the screen, down to where it says "More," and hit enter. On this second page, there should be a white angel picture of Elizabeth Hurley. Hit the right arrow key on the DVD remote. Now a little red devil should have appeared on Elizabeth Hurley's shoulder, which you must click on. This reveals a hidden wish of being a drug-using rock star that was once in the movie, but was edited out for the Big Mac and a large Coke wish, because it would have made the movie rated R instead of PG-13.