Did you perhaps miss the premiere of Blue Beetle in NA theaters on August 18, 2023? Or perhaps movie theaters aren’t your cup of tea in the first place? Maybe you would have to stay at home and watch films on your TV or PC monitor? Well, now you won’t have to worry about not seeing that latest DC superhero film in theaters for much longer. Because Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has your back here.
Blue Beetle: Home Video Release Details
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is proud to announce that they’re finally bringing Blue Beetle to home video. Featuring Ángel Manuel Soto (Charm City Kings) as the director and starring Xolo Maridueña (Cobra Kai) as Jaime Reyes/Blue Beetle, this first-ever standalone feature film for the titular DC comics superhero can soon finally be yours to own as a permanent premium. That’s not all, though. This home video release will come with a whole bunch of special features, as you might expect for a home video release. You can find a full list of those special features below:
- “Generations: Blue Beetle” – 4-part documentary: Told in distinct chapters, explore the journeys of actors and filmmakers bringing “Blue Beetle” to the big screen for the first time ever. Audiences will be immersed in the POV of filmmakers who showcase their experiences on set and in their creative studios making the story of this DC character a reality.
- Nana Knows Best – featurette: Witness Nana’s transformation from an adorable ‘abuelita’ into a machine gun-wielding revolutionary, and stop in for a few of her most fun moments on set throughout production.
- Scarab Vision – 2-part featurette: Xolo Maridueña hosts this series of scene study walk-throughs that showcase how the scarab works and the role it plays in some of Blue Beetle’s most epic moments.
Blue Beetle will become available on October 31, 2023 on 4K UHD ($29.99), Blu-ray ($24.99), and DVD ($19.99). However, if you’re fine with the digital version, then you can download it much earlier on September 26, 2023 for either early Premium Digital Ownership ($24.99) or 48-hour rental via PVOD ($19.99).