Avatar: The Last Airbender may not have garnered the mainstream acclaim of its predecessor, but it still managed to attract favorable reviews when it launched last December. It went on to gross over $2 billion during its theatrical run, making it one of the highest-grossing films of all time. Pre-orders are now finally open for Way of Water Blu-ray, which hits home theaters on June 20.
Several different formats will be available, including one that lets you enjoy 3D effects without leaving your couch. Here’s a look at pre-orders for Avatar: The Way of Water, as well as exclusive bonus content offered by select retailers.
Best Buy, Target, and Walmart are offering unique bonuses with your pre-order of Avatar: Way of Water. Fortunately, the movie and everything else on the disc remains the same regardless of pre-order location. However, it looks different for retailers.
Walmart sells the film in a case wrapped in lenticular graphics, Best Buy offers a steel book, and Target sells it in a standard case along with a limited-edition sticker for your water bottle, phone, or laptop. Whichever you choose, you’ll get the 4K Blu-ray version of the movie, along with a standard Blu-ray, a digital copy, and an extra disc with extra features.
Aside from the three retailers listed above, when you buy the 4K Blu-ray version of the movie, you’ll always get the same content. This includes 4K and standard Blu-ray, a digital copy of The Way of Water, and a bonus feature disc.
If you enjoyed the special 3D effects at your local cinema, consider picking up the Blu-Ray 3D version of Avatar: The Way of Water. These 3D effects are not available in the 4K version, so this is the only way to truly reproduce the jump effects on the cinema screen. The pre-order also includes the standard Blu-ray without 3D.
If you happened to miss the original Avatar, the 4K Blu-ray will also launch on June 20th. It will be sold as a three-disc set, offering a 4K version, a standard version, and a bonus content disc. You will also receive a digital copy with your purchase.
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