On November 18, Disney and Buena Vista Home Entertainment will release Wall-E on Blu-ray Disc, day-and-date with DVD.
Wall-E will be configured similarly to Disney’s Prince Caspian in two and three-disc packages. The third disc will include Disney File, aka a standard definition digital copy of the film. Unlike Prince Caspian, we expect the two-disc edition to include a slipcover.
Pixar films have always been given a royal treatment on home video and Wall-E is not about to break the trend. Like Cars and Ratatouille before it, Wall-E includes a number of Blu-ray exclusives including popular Cine-Explore. The remaining supplemental features are detailed below with Blu-ray exclusives noted.
- Digital Copy (Blu-ray 3-Disc exclusive)
- Burn-E: All-new animated short
- Burn-E with Boards – picture-in-picture (Blu-ray exclusive)
- Cine-Explor with director Andrew Stanton (Blu-ray exclusive)
- Axoim Arcade: retro suite of videogames with a twist (Blu-ray exclusive)
- Geek Track (Blu-ray exclusive)
- BD-Live Network (Blu-ray exclusive)
- Preston Animated Short
- Deleted Scenes
- Sneak Peek: Wall-E’s Tour of the Universe
- Animated Sound Design – Building Worlds from the Sound Up
- Audio Commentary with Director Andrew Stanton
- The Pixar Story by Leslie Iwerks
- Additional Deleted Scenes
- Wall-E’s Treasures and Trinkets
- BnL Shorts – Amusing peek into the inner workings of the Buy n Large Corporation
- Lots of Bots Storybook
- Making of Featurette
We don’t have technical specs to share yet but you can safely assume a minimum of 1080p video and 5.1 uncompressed audio.
The two-disc edition of Wall-E on Blu-ray will carry an SRP of $35.99 while the three-disc set will clock in at $40.99. We’ll pass along spec and additional artwork updates as received.
Click here to pre-order Wall-E (two discs) for only $24.95 from Amazon.com.
Click here to pre-order Wall-E (three discs) for only $27.95 from Amazon.com.