Alien: Covenant will be bursting out of shelves on DVD Blu-Ray and Digital starting August 15th, 2017 and we've got the rundown on what to expect from the Prometheus sequel's home entertainment release! There are a number of versions of the film which will be available, ranging from DVD to collector edition Steelbooks so be sure to read on for information about them all.
The special features include theatrical trailers for the film, an audio commentary by Ridley Scott, nearly 18 minutes of footage from 12 Deleted and Extended Scenes, David's illustrations from his time on Paradise, 5 Featurettes which were used throughout Covenant's marletint; Meet Walter, Phobos, The Last Supper, The Crossing and Advent. There is also a special Master Class: Ridley Scott featurette which clocks in at nearly an hour.
Target have announced their own limited edition exclusive Blu-Ray pack which includes a booklet containing various imagery and artwork from the film:
Best Buy are also offering a sweet Steelbook Blu-Ray version which comes with an alternative cover featuring an infant Neomorph:
You can also order your copy of Alien: Covenant on DVD, Blu-Ray or Steelbook through online retailers such as Amazon.
Unfortunately there does not seem to be any plans to release a Director's Cut of the film, nor a behind-the-scanes "making of" documentary like they did with Prometheus back in 2012. As new details arrive however, we'll be sure to keep you posted!
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The Alien franchise is taking a dramatic turn at 20th Century Studios, now owned by Disney. Currently there are two major Alien projects in development - a new Alien TV series by Noah Hawley and a new, stand-alone Alien movie being directed by Fede Alvarez. Both of which will be taking the franchise in a new direction - moving away from the Alien prequel direction Ridley Scott set out to pursue back in 2012.
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Loving the special features! Btw, what is the Master Class featurette? I'll either get the Target one for the booklet but if it's art work already in the Art and Making and Collectors book I'll opt for the steel case. Either way, stoked for the release!
Just when I said I was hoping for a behind the scenes do***entary close to what Prometheus gave us, it is confirmed that it doesn't exist... That's okay though! I won't get the Target version, I have enough Art and Making of stuff.
Is there any information on the Amazon 4k edition? It has Blu-ray, 4K, and the DVD, but there is no information on the page about what special features are on it (if any). I don't need 4k yet, but sometimes it is good to have it before 4k TVs and disc players take over
Too bad that Fox and Ridley again dont offer us an extended cut with those 18 minutes. I'm not sure whether i buy this movie on DVD / blue ray during release but rather wait until the retail price drops.
A79, I wonder if Ridley has set contracts where he controls what can be modified etc for a directors cut type stuff. I just hope the commentary has the writers doing it too as Ridley kinda mumbled a lot in the Prometheus commentary.
The Target exclusive book looks like it's 200+ pages in the picture but it seems like they just put David's lab image on a blank book template rather than a picture of the actual book. See full size picture here:
I hated Prometheus but still bought the bluray praying for the extended scenes to save a little bit of the mess. This time, I pass. Covenant was far too dumb to be saved by anything and there's no way I give any more money for this joke. If I could go back in time to prevent me to buy my ticket in the movie theater, I would! To me theses movies will never be a part of the Alien mythology... I have too much on my plate trying to forget them. F*ck off Ridley, f*ck off Fox. I juste hate you both.
I'm interested in the Wal Mart set that includes the "Alien Day" T Shirt. Might have to get that one unless the Target version includes photos/art not included in the big hard bound book: "The Art and Making of Alien Covenant."
Prometheus was imaginative and interesting. But Covenant is beyond dumb and undid anything remotely interesting that the series could have carried on with. Will not buy. Sadly if even Ridley Scott can't do the Alien franchise right, it just needs to die. I hate saying that, but now it's done. It's dead. There's no recovering from the failure that is Covenant.
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