Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be released as a home cinema version on April 30th, with DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and a high-resolution 4K version then available. But that's not all: All Star Wars films will be released in a new line, complete box included. The films can already be pre-ordered.


Critics and fans alike disagreed on the quality of JJ Abram's finale in the current Star Wars trilogy. As the Conclusion on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker even if it was unusual, the film marked the end of an epic journey that spanned decades. On April 30th, all of the strips will appear in a new look, as will the home theater version of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. If you are in a hurry, you can buy the film as a download version from April 17th. 

Bonus material, limited steelbook, revisions

The home theater version of a Star Wars film would be unthinkable without additional bonus material. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will also be enriched with additional content that fans can enjoy all over the world on TV at home:

  • The Legacy of the Skywalkers: The full-length making-of shows the making of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, in which the cast and crew take a final look at their masterpiece.
  • The speeder hunt for Pasaana: Immerse yourself in the genesis of the epic chase and discover how the spectacular scenery was brought to the big screen.
  • Filming in the desert: The feature explains how the Pasaana desert scenes were created - from the size and complexity of the shots to the vivid and colorful details.
  • DO: Keys to the Past: Explore the spaceship that links Rey to her missing parents and learn about the galaxy's newest droid addition.
  • Warwick & Son: Warwick Davis slips into the Ewok costume by Wicket again - this time together with his son Harrison.
  • The Creatures: In this feature you will meet Neal Scanlan's Creature Effects team as they introduce the diverse creatures in the film and reveal groundbreaking techniques that brought them to life.

This gives fans new insights into the making of the final part of the current Star Wars trilogy - including a two-hour making-of.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be available in four versions from April. Copyright: Disney

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be available in four versions from April. Copyright: Disney

All bonus features are available on the Blu-ray versions as well as from the digital providers Apple TV, Amazon Video, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV, Playstation Video, Chili TV and Videociety. Apple users also get two exclusive features: In the clip "Des Maestro's Finale", the award-winning composer John Williams leaves his complete works for the Star Wars Review saga. The clip "The End of a Saga" gives a look behind the scenes of the blockbuster.

Star Wars films in a new look - some as 4K UHD Bluray

The release of all previous Star Wars films in redesigned packaging should be no less exciting for fans. Also from April 30th, all stripes will be available in a revised, uniform design. 

Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are also appearing for the first time as 4K UHD Bluray and thus presumably offer film enjoyment in ultra-high-resolution image quality including HDR and also with Dolby Atmos sound. 

All previous Sta rWars films appear in the new "Line Look 2020". Copyright: Disney

All previous Star Wars films appear in the new “Line Look 2020”. Copyright: Disney

If you don't want to buy the films individually, you can use a new Star Wars complete box, styled in the Death Star look. The 4K UHD box contains a total of 27 discs (nine 4K UHD Blu-rays, nine Blu-rays and nine bonus discs), there are also book pages with drawings and set photographs, as well as a letter from Mark Hamill.

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There are also slimmed-down boxes: all films will also come on the market in two further complete box versions. The Skywalker saga's Blu-ray box contains 18 discs (nine films on Blu-ray and nine bonus discs), while the DVD box will be available with nine discs.

You may not be completely sympathetic to the new film, there is nothing to shake at the end of the saga: 42 years after the first George Lucas film, director JJ Abrams has brought the story to a controversial conclusion. All in all, fans are offered action-packed popcorn cinema with furious camera pans, quiet moments and the usual grandiose score by John Williams. 


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