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Toy Story 4 coming to Blu-ray, DVD and 4K on 10/8, plus Anna and The Wizard of Oz 4K!

August 22, 2019 - 10:33 pm   |   by
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We’ve got just a quick update for you here at The Bits today, but it’s a good one...

First, Disney has just officially announced the Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD release of Toy Story 4 on 10/8, with the Digital release expected a week earlier on 10/1.

The 4K disc (and digital release) will include Dolby Atmos audio, while the Blu-ray will feature 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio. Expect the physical to offer HDR10 high dynamic range, while the digital 4K has Dolby Vision. Extras will include audio commentary with director Josh Cooley and his team, 4 featurettes (Toy Stories, Woody & Buzz, Bo Rebooted, and Let’s Ride with Ally Maki), a collection of mini-docs on the film’s characters called Toy Box, 6 deleted scenes with optional commentary (including Scamming Playtime, Bo Knows Hippos, Desperate Toys, Knock-Offs, Recruit Duke, and She’s the One) and more. [Read on here...]

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The Digital release will also include a pair of exclusive features (Anatomy of a Scene: Prologue and the additional Bonnie’s Playtime deleted scene).

Here’s a look at the trailer for the release...

And here’s the cover artwork for both Blu-ray SKUs...

Toy Story 4 (4K Ultra HD) Toy Story 4 (Blu-ray Disc) Anna (4K Ultra HD)

As you can see, we added one more 4K title there... Lionsgate has just made Luc Besson’s new action film, Anna, official for Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD release on 9/24 (SRP $24.99, $19.98, and $29.99, respectively), with the Digital release expected on 9/10. The 4K will include both Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio. The regular Blu-ray will also include Atmos. Extras on both versions will include 4 featurettes (Dressing a Doll: Costumes of Anna, Anatomy of a Scene: Restaurant Fight, Unnesting a Russian Doll: Making Anna, and Constructing the Car Chase).

Oh, we’re not done yet... it hasn’t been officially announced yet but we have final cover artwork and a street date for Warner’s long-awaited 4K Ultra HD release The Wizard of Oz! Look for it to street on 10/29, as expected. And here’s the final wide-release cover art (click to pre-order the title on

The Wizard of Oz (4K Ultra HD)

We’ll post the details as soon as they come in from the studio, which should be anytime. Naturally, we’ve updated our 4K Ultra HD Release List here at The Bits accordingly.

And finally here at the site, we have two more new Blu-ray reviews, including Tim’s take on Alice, Sweet Alice from Arrow Video and Dennis’ thoughts on Alfred Hitchcock’s Murder! (1930) from Kino Lorber Studio Classics. Enjoy!

Back tomorrow with more. Stay tuned...

-Bill Hunt

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