Disc one has a few extras. “Road Trip” is a short featurette going over the steps to create Eagle Eye. There’s also three minutes of deleted scenes which don’t really add much to the plot.
The second disc is where you’ll find the majority of extras. There’s an alternate ending lasting about a minute which doesn’t change the ending and is worth skipping. “Asymmetrical Warfare: Making of Eagle Eye” expands upon themes touched in “Road Trip” and gives more in-depth detail about them. “Eagle Eye on Location: Washington D.C.” goes over which scenes were filmed on a set and those that were actually filmed in Washington, D.C.
“Is My Cellphone Spying on Me?” goes over the various spy technologies used throughout the film. Various actors appear who give their thoughts on the monitoring technology and how they feel exploited. There’s also discussion about a proposal to ban security cameras and how some people feel our Constitutional rights are being violated by these devices.
“Shall We Play a Game?” has director D.J. Caruso in a conversation with his mentor, director John Badham. Badham was the director of War Games. During the featurette the duo discuss the differences between the two films and the process of making each film.
There’s also a gag reel and photo gallery to round out the extras on the disc. There’s no commentary, but it might be better that one wasn’t included since Caruso can’t deny that he was influenced by War Games.