According to [[Russell Mills]], who created the artwork, a live album was also planned as a companion to ''Closure'' and artwork was made for it, but the idea was scrapped. The unused paintings can be seen [http://www.permanence.de/millscat/nin/index.html here].
An improved DVD version was first announced to be released in late 2004, but due to issues with [[Interscope Records]], this has yet to happen. On December 20, 2006, two DVDs of ''Closure'' were leaked through the use of BitTorrent. Shortly after the leak, a message on [[Trent Reznor]]'s personal blog on [[The Spiral]] was posted possibly linking Reznor himself to the leak:
12/21/2006 : HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
This one is a guilt-free download.
(shhhh - I didn't say that out loud).
If you know what I'm talking about, cool.
The download is intended to be burned onto dual-layer discs. A single-layer version was eventually supposed to be uploaded, but it never materialized. ''Closure'': Part 1 and all of the bonus material from both parts of the DVD version have been uploaded to the official [[Nine Inch Nails]] Vimeo account.
Several years before this higher quality DVD was leaked, a bootleg DVD version of the original VHS titled "Rated 'R' - A Retrospective" was spread around. Aside from the main menus which were fan-created, it is virtually identical to ''Closure''.
An additional item is included on the DVD version:
*Behind-the-scenes footage documenting the creation of the "Closer" video with commentary by [[Mark Romanek]]