G-Force Rolling onto Blu-ray in December; First Look Cover Art

Jerry Bruckheimer’s $100 million guinea pigs will find their way under many a Christmas tree when Disney Home Entertainment releases G-Force on Blu-ray Disc and DVD December 15.

Though G-Force on home video will not include the eye-popping 3D that helped make its theatrical run so successful, the Blu-ray edition will include what should be sharp 2.4:1 1080p video and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio 48kHz/24-bit.


The Blu-ray edition will span three discs with the second and third disc being dedicated to a digital copy and DVD version. The first disc will include the theatrical cut of the film, all the bonus features found on the two-disc DVD edition as well as a trio of Blu-ray exclusive features.

  • Digital copy
  • DVD version
  • G-Farce – Bloopers and Flubs
  • Deleted scenes
  • Music videos
    • “Jump” by Flo Rida featuring Nelly Furtado
    • “Ready to Rock” by Steve Ruston
    • “Go G-Force”
  • Blaster’s Boot Camp – High-tech G-Force training
  • G-Force Mastermind – Producer Jerry Bruckheimer and CG wiz/director Hoyt Yeatman reveal the inspiration behind the movie
  • G-Force Cine-Explore – Darwin, Blaster and Hoyt Yeatman reveal the secrets behind G-Force covert operations (BD exclusive)
  • Bruckheimer Animated – a retrospective of Bruckheimer’s groundbreaking CG work, and a top-secret peek at the magic behind G-Force (BD exclusive)
  • Access Granted – Inside the animation lab (BD exclusive)

Disney has set an SRP of $44.99 for G-Force on Blu-ray though Amazon.com pre-ordering for G-Force has not gone live yet (the link will appear on our main Blu-ray pre-order page when it does). In the meantime, enjoy a sneak peek at the O-Sleeve cover art below.

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