Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt experience the ultimate case of deja vu in Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow, a well-received Sci-fi alien invasion action flick with a Groundhog Day twist that was the victim of a horrid marketing campaign in North America. Here’s hoping the second time’s a charm when Warner Home Video delivers Edge of Tomorrow to Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on October 7, with an early Digital HD on demand bow on September 9.
Edge of Tomorrow cost an estimated $178 million to produce and never found its footing at the box office despite a rash of glowing reviews from the nation’s critics. A $28.7 million opening weekend fell well below estimates, and to date it has yet to cross the $100 million mark, sitting at $99.3 million. International ticket sales have helped to the tune of $264.1 million bringing its worldwide total to $363.5 million.
There will be two editions of Edge of Tomorrow on Blu-ray, each also including the film on DVD and Digital HD, with the more expensive of the two including the Blu-ray 3D version as well. Below you will find the bonus features in their entirety, including nearly seven minutes worth of deleted scenes.
- On The Edge With Doug Liman (40:50)
- Operation Downfall: Adrenaline Cut (2:21)
- Storming The Beach (8:33)
- Weapons Of The Future (8:01)
- Creatures Not Of This World (5:20)
- Deleted Scenes (6:53)
- SUIT UP (1:02)
- THE BATTLE (1:22)
- THE GARAGE (41s)
- THE GIFT (47s)
- GROUP LOAD (1:11)
- OVER THE FENCE (55s)
Edge of Tomorrow on Blu-ray combo is available to pre-order for $22.99 at Amazon.