Jurassic World Is Headed To Blu-ray, But You Can Watch This Behind-The-Scenes Extra Now
While the Blu-ray and DVD game isn’t what it used to be, chances are the third highest-grossing film of all time (1.6 billion worldwide and counting) will sell a sizable sum of shiny round discs when Jurassic World releases on both formats, in addition to Blu-ray 3D, October 20.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has shared the film’s box art and, more importantly, details on extras that will appear on the home video release. If you don’t care about any of that noise, rest assured knowing the film hits the Digital HD market October 1.
Not only did Universal provide written deets of what to expect in the extras department, but IGN was able to share this dino-mite mini featurette included on the upcoming Blu-ray:
And now, here’s the full list of bells and whistles that are exclusive to the Blu-ray edition, and available on both formats:
BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO BLU-RAY
WELCOME TO JURASSIC WORLD: An in-depth take on the creation, look and feel of Jurassic World. Director Colin Trevorrow and Steven Spielberg discuss how the idea of the film came together and how the casting was decided with actors’ commentary on their roles and filming locations.
JURASSIC WORLD: ALL-ACCESS PASS: Chris Pratt and Director Colin Trevorrow discuss key moments in the film, supported by behind-the-scenes footage and VFX breakdowns.
INNOVATION CENTER TOUR WITH CHRIS PRATT: Chris Pratt gives a tour of the Innovation Center, a museum/exhibit, built just for the movie.
JURASSIC’S CLOSEST SHAVES: Clips from all films in the franchise showing “near death” or extremely scary encounters with dinosaurs.
BLU-RAY AND DVD BONUS FEATURES
DINOSAURS ROAM ONCE AGAIN: Behind the scenes look at the making of Jurassic World’s visual effects, how the dinosaurs came to life, and actors filmed scenes.
CHRIS & COLIN TAKE ON THE WORLD: Chris Pratt and Colin Trevorrow (Director) interview each other and discuss Jurassic World as well as the other Jurassic Park movies.
Don’t you dare think we forgot about the snazzy cover art: