What you need to know about the ‘Star Wars’ Blu-ray and DVD release and why you should buy them
By now, you’ve probably seen the announcement that the Star Wars Blu-rays and DVDs will be available in December.
The announcement was a huge surprise for me, as I’ve been anticipating the release for some time.
It was also a big surprise to many of the Star Trek fans out there, because I’ve never heard of this release before.
So, in this article, I’m going to explain why you might want to get your hands on them.
Also, there are some other exciting new features for the Blu-Ray and DVD releases.
So, before we get started, a quick warning: if you’re interested in Star Wars or Star Trek, then you’re going to want to pre-order your Blu-Rays and DVDs.
You can find out more about that here.
But, if you haven’t yet, you can also watch the teaser trailer below.
Now, let’s get into the nitty gritty.
There are several important things to know in order to understand why you need your Blu and DVDs to be available before the end of December.
So how do you know when your Blu or DVD will arrive?
Well, as it turns out, it’s quite simple.
If you pre-ordered your Blu for a certain date, you’re guaranteed that it will arrive on the day it is announced.
That’s because you’ll receive an email letting you know that your Blu will arrive in December on December 1.
This email will tell you that the date is now December 1, and you can download the disc for free.
Here’s what you’ll get: a Blu-rides and DVD for $49.99Each disc contains:Star Wars: The Force AwakensBlu-rays for $59.99Theatrical trailer of Star Wars: A New HopeDVD for $19.99Digital trailer of The Force UnleashedA special posterStar Wars and Star Trek: The Original Series: The Essential GuideBlu-Rides and DVDs for $34.99Star Wars Rebels: The Beginning Blu-Rs and DVDsFor a complete list of the Blu and DVD prices, head over to the StarWars.com site and you’ll be able to find out which release is best for you.
So what can I expect?
As for the Star War and Star Treks, the new releases will include a full season of all three movies, plus a complete season of the prequel trilogy.
For a full list of all of the movies, check out this list.
(That list is not 100% accurate, as the prequels have been released in different versions, but we’ll try to be as accurate as possible.)
The prequel Trilogy is the best way to get all three Star Wars films in one Blu-Box.
When you preorder your own Blu-Branch for a particular date, the first two episodes of each season will arrive as part of the bundle.
And, of course, the third season will be a full-length movie, but it will come bundled with the first five episodes of the original trilogy.
Theatres will be showing all of these episodes at least twice per day.
However, if a movie isn’t available in its entirety on any given day, you’ll only see it on those days when there are enough shows to show.
These days, the schedule tends to be a bit off.
We’ll try our best to update this article with any new information that becomes available.
So which movies are coming out in December?
Here’s a look at the movies that are set to come out in the first half of December: Theatre: The Last Jedi, The Last Samurai, and Star Wars RebelsSeason 1Blu-Ray/DVD (or Blu-Ro-Ray) – $19,988Theatr: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildSeason 1 Blu-Picture/DVD – $14,799Star Wars (the original trilogy): A New Dawn, A New Beginning, A Star Wars Story, A Force AwakensSeason 2Blu-Picture or DVD – $29,499Star Wars Episode VII: The Fate of the JediSeason 2 Blu-DVD – $39,999Theatrer: Star Trek Into DarknessSeason 3Blu-Video/DVD, Blu-Pack – $39,299Theatreon: Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the SithSeason 3 Blu-Video or DVD, Blu Pack – $41,999Star Wars The Force AwaitsSeason 4Blu-VHS/DVD or Blu-Roll – (or BluRide) – (or $19)Season 4 Blu-VHVHS – DVD or BluRide – Blu-Pack (not available in all territories)Season 5Blu-DVD or DVD with Blu-pack