Randall Wallace’s 1998 film, “The Man in the Iron Mask,” adapts elements of Alexandre Dumas’s 1847-1850 novel, “The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later,” the final book in the D’Artagnan Romances series that began with “The Three Musketeers.” The film sees the four Musketeers – Aramis (Jeremy Irons), Porthos (Gérard Depardieu), Athos (John Malkovich), and D’Artagnan (Gabriel Byrne) – later in life, with Athos’s son Raoul (Peter Sarsgaard) hoping to join the group. Amid romantic intrigues, the Musketeers infiltrate the Île Sainte-Marguerite prison and free a prisoner wearing an iron mask. They discover that he is Philippe, King Louis’s twin brother (both portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio), secreted away so as not to conflict with Louis XIV’s claim to the throne. The Musketeers teach Philippe to act as Louis in order to replace the despotic king. The film is somewhat brooding, focusing on elder Musketeers who find their ethics in doubt with the passage of time. In this way, it works as a pseudo-sequel to Stephen Herek’s 1993 film, “The Three Musketeers,” which featured the characters at an earlier point in their lives. Bonus features on this Blu-ray include a new 4K scan, new interviews with Producer Paul Hitchcock and production designer Anthony Pratt, audio commentary by Randall Wallace, and featurettes about “Myth and the Musketeers,” “Director’s Take,” and the original behind-the-scenes look. This Blu-ray is a great way to add this film to your collection.