by Brad Pitt High-speed train is moving to home video very soon.
As the film hits cinemas around the world this week (and has now been released in the UK), Sony is confirming its plans for a physical release in December 2022.
Via Zavvi there are several options with price reductions during the pre-order period – a standard DVD is now £11.99 (save £8) and a Blu-ray is £15.99 (save £9).
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Then two different 4K Steelbooks are available. The standard 4K Ultra HD Steelbook will cost £32.99 while Bullet Train Limited Edition Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ultra HD Steelbook costs £34.99.
The latter is limited edition as it comes with eight art cards from the film, as well as all the bonus features and exclusive artwork ordered for the Steelbook. Both steelbooks also include a Blu-ray copy of the film.
John Wick director David Leitch is behind another full-throttle assassin battle – only this time the world’s deadliest killers are all trapped on the same bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto.
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Based on the novel Maria BeetlePitt’s Ladybug is ready to give up the mercenary life after one last job but her last gig is complicated by the arrival of her rivals Prince (The kiss Standby Joey King), Lemon (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseby Brian Tyree Henry), Yuichi (Warrior(Andrew Koji) and Hornet (To jokeit’s Zazie Beetz).
The film received mixed reviews ahead of its release, but is on course to be a modest box office hit due to a lack of new big-budget contestants this weekend.
High-speed train has now been released in UK cinemas and arrives in the US on Friday August 5th.
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