The latest adventures of Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt have charted a course to home video with the impending arrival of Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One. Digital HD and 4K formats drop October 10th, while 4K Ultra HD (with separate Steelbook option), Blu-ray, and DVD formats arrive on October 31st.
- Pre-order Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One on 4K Steelbook at Amazon
- Pre-order Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One on 4K at Amazon
The Digital and physical 4K presentations will include Dolby Atmos audio.
Bonus features includes a series of featurettes and a commentary track with two of the filmmakers.
- Commentary by director Christopher McQuarrie and editor Eddie Hamilton—McQuarrie and Hamilton take viewers through each compelling scene with in-depth commentary.
- Abu Dhabi—Explore the exotic filming locations in the desert and at the international airport and discover how each thrilling sequence was shot.
- Rome—Take a behind-the-scenes look at the thrilling car chase through Italy’s historic capital, as Tom Cruise’s driving skills are pushed to the limit while handcuffed to Hayley Atwell!
- Venice—See the breathtaking city of Venice as it’s never been shown on film. Plus, witness the cast’s dedication and commitment to their training as they prepare to get “Mission Ready.”
- Freefall—An extended behind-the-scenes look at one of the biggest stunts in cinema history. Watch never-before-seen footage of the rigorous training as Tom launches a motorcycle off a cliff.
- Speed Flying—Join Tom and the crew as they explain the various training techniques involved in pulling off the dangerous speed flying stunts in the film.
- Train—See how the climactic train sequence was captured on film. From building an actual train from scratch to crashing it using practical effects, you don’t want to miss this!
- Deleted Shots Montage—Director Christopher McQuarrie and editor Eddie Hamilton share some of the breathtaking, never-before-seen footage that didn’t make the final film.
- Editorial Featurette: The Sevastopol—Director Christopher McQuarrie and editor Eddie Hamilton take viewers through the intense opening scene.