Lightyear lands DVD, Blu-ray and Steelbook release date


Disney and Pixar Light year DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Steelbooks are launching into the stratosphere very soon.

With the toy story spin-off is slated to land on Disney+ starting Wednesday, August 3, home video options won’t be far behind, as they’ll be released on August 29, 2022.

All the standard options are available to pre-order with reduced prices in the UK – for DVD at £9.99 (was £17.99), Blu-ray at £14.99 (was £21.99) ) and 4K Ultra HD at £24.99 (was from £36.99). The 4K Ultra HD set also comes with a standard Blu-ray.


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The ultimate toy story fan will probably want it Light year 4K Blu-ray Steelbook Collection, available as part of a bundle from Zavvi for £40.99 where you also get a T-shirt. The standalone Steelbook costs £32.99 without the bundle.

This deluxe home video collection comes with many bonus features, including a filmmaker’s commentary track and Disney’s enhanced high-definition image to deliver the film in the highest visual quality.

Other special features include deleted scenes and documentaries Building the World of Lightyear, The Zap Patrol and Toyetic on the making of the Pixar movie.

peter sohn as sox, keke palmer as izzy hawthorne, chris evans as buzz lightyear, lightyear


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More importantly, the Steelbook was built using sustainable packaging, so it’s a more eco-friendly purchase.

The Chris Evans film is set outside toy story continuity, existing as the movie Andy would have seen that inspired his love for Buzz Lightyear as a child. It establishes the lore of Star Command and Buzz’s early battles with nemesis Zurg.

Light year has now been released in UK and US cinemas. The film will be broadcast on Disney+ starting Wednesday, August 3, 2022, plus the entire Toy Story series and shorts.

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