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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story [Blu-ray] - £13.49 at Zoom with code (3D version for £17.99)

£13.49 @ zoom
Not a bad price for the Blu-Ray of Rogue One. Use code SIGNUP10 for the discount. Pre-order for 10th April. Here's the link for the 3D version. Read More
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Not a bad price for the Blu-Ray of Rogue One. Use code SIGNUP10 for the discount. Pre-order for 10th April.

Here's the link for the 3D version.

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1 Like #2
Disappointing that Disney didn't include the deleted scenes on the sets. We all know there are so many from the trailers. Was looking forward to seeing the extra scenes with Darth Vader and how things changed at the end when we see the Tie Fighter vs Jyn and them running along the Scariff beaches amidst the conflict with the Death Star plans.

Edited By: biddilybah on Feb 23, 2017 12:26
1 Like #3
http://www.realorfake3d.com/
Unimpressive 3D at the cinema but heat for the 2D version :)
#4
biddilybah
Disappointing that Disney didn't include the deleted scenes on the sets. We all know there are so many from the trailers. Was looking forward to seeing the extra scenes with Darth Vader and how things changed at the end when we see the Tie Fighter vs Jyn and them running along the Scariff beaches amidst the conflict with the Death Star plans.
Are they not on there? That's disappointing. Apparently they shot quite a lot of extra stuff that wasn't used.

Hopefully at least the trailers will be included.
#5
My tipping point for blu-rays is still £10 so as usual, I will wait a while
2 Likes #6
DaveWallace
biddilybah
Disappointing that Disney didn't include the deleted scenes on the sets. We all know there are so many from the trailers. Was looking forward to seeing the extra scenes with Darth Vader and how things changed at the end when we see the Tie Fighter vs Jyn and them running along the Scariff beaches amidst the conflict with the Death Star plans.
Are they not on there? That's disappointing. Apparently they shot quite a lot of extra stuff that wasn't used.
Hopefully at least the trailers will be included.

The only announced bonus features are the ones listed above unfortunately. I'd be fine without their "test footage" but to not include the bits cut when Disney stepped in is disappointing. Especially when the trailers appear to show very different scenes. The cynical side of me thinks Disney didn't want them included for fear of a backlash (despite Rogue One still being a great film as it is now).

Maybe they plan to sell a Collector's Edition later in the year, including the scenes, once The Last Jedi hits the cinema. :)
#7
biddilybah
DaveWallace
biddilybah
Disappointing that Disney didn't include the deleted scenes on the sets. We all know there are so many from the trailers. Was looking forward to seeing the extra scenes with Darth Vader and how things changed at the end when we see the Tie Fighter vs Jyn and them running along the Scariff beaches amidst the conflict with the Death Star plans.
Are they not on there? That's disappointing. Apparently they shot quite a lot of extra stuff that wasn't used.
Hopefully at least the trailers will be included.
The only announced bonus features are the ones listed above unfortunately. I'd be fine without their "test footage" but to not include the bits cut when Disney stepped in is disappointing. Especially when the trailers appear to show very different scenes. The cynical side of me thinks Disney didn't want them included for fear of a backlash (despite Rogue One still being a great film as it is now).
Maybe they plan to sell a Collector's Edition later in the year, including the scenes, once The Last Jedi hits the cinema. :)
Oh, I'm sure there's a double-dip (at least) planned, just like TFA.
2 Likes #8
"This is a rebellion isnt it? I rebel." Cut!
1 Like #9
nathan3007
Don't know if it's any use to anyone, but Zavvi have the steelbook version

Yep, once final artwork was released I couldn't cancel that pre-order fast enough!
4 Likes #10

That's one lazy steelbook
#11
anyone having trouble with zoom of late? placed an order for a birthday presents on friday and went for 1st class delivery so it would get here in plenty of time and they have still not dispatched it, placed a order from the ebay store at same time for something else and they have not dispatched that as well and they just ignore any emails i have sent, hope its just a one off (or two off) and they aren't turing into the new zavvi!

Edited By: voyager123 on Feb 23, 2017 16:51
1 Like #12
fuzzydunlop
That's one lazy steelbook

the words are very badly photoshopped by a 4year old disney should sack the "designer"
1 Like #13
Don't pull the trigger too early. The extended edition is coming...
1 Like #14
Both the Disney films are woeful. Bored by both of em... don't know why they have bothered. Unoriginal, derivative and tedious...
#15
janner43
Both the Disney films are woeful. Bored by both of em... don't know why they have bothered. Unoriginal, derivative and tedious...
Yep, £3.3 Billion worth of derivative and tedious dross. Hmmmmm.(_;)
#16
mark9000
Don't pull the trigger too early. The extended edition is coming...
I don't think this is the case. The filmmakers have said multiple times that there won't be an extended version of the film.
#17


Sold out, luckily bought 10 for eBay
1 Like #18
lucas
Sold out, luckily bought 10 for eBay

the cancellations are happening thick and fast as we speak since artwork was announced on wednesday
i know i cancelled mine :D

if you wanna buy another 10 the cancellations will be back up at some point :D
1 Like #19
I hope for the Blu-ray release they cut out the scene where Darth minces onto set with some of the campest hip-wiggling from an intergalactic super villain ever.

It wouldn't have been a surprise if he'd finished the scene by saying n

"Ooooh look at her... "
#20
majoosta
janner43
Both the Disney films are woeful. Bored by both of em... don't know why they have bothered. Unoriginal, derivative and tedious...
Yep, £3.3 Billion worth of derivative and tedious dross. Hmmmmm.(_;)


Value is different to cost...
1 Like #21
janner43
majoosta
janner43
Both the Disney films are woeful. Bored by both of em... don't know why they have bothered. Unoriginal, derivative and tedious...
Yep, £3.3 Billion worth of derivative and tedious dross. Hmmmmm.(_;)
Value is different to cost...
And this franchise has enormous sentimental and entertainment value to many, many people. You are entitled to your opinion but why make unhelpful comments which are not in any way helpful regarding the deal?

If we all commented on stuff which we didn't like or weren't in the slightest bit interested in then there would be no point in having comments on deals.oO
#22
mark9000
Don't pull the trigger too early. The extended edition is coming...
I remember last year they released the 2D version and kept the 3D version back for Xmas release, so given the 3D versions coming out maybe there will be an extended version for Xmas?
#23
majoosta
janner43
majoosta
janner43
Both the Disney films are woeful. Bored by both of em... don't know why they have bothered. Unoriginal, derivative and tedious...
Yep, £3.3 Billion worth of derivative and tedious dross. Hmmmmm.(_;)
Value is different to cost...
And this franchise has enormous sentimental and entertainment value to many, many people. You are entitled to your opinion but why make unhelpful comments which are not in any way helpful regarding the deal?

If we all commented on stuff which we didn't like or weren't in the slightest bit interested in then there would be no point in having comments on deals.oO


I agree about the feelings folk have towards Star Wars. I saw the original releases when they first hit the UK cinemas. The opening scenes of Episode 4, when the cruiser looms overhead are, in my view, the most memorable in my entire cinema "personal history". In the top three along with the whole cinema shared experiences of white shark thrusting from the water in Jaws, (gasps and shrieks across the theatre) and the tear jerker in Love Story (cinema wide sniffs, followed by embarrassed giggles). I watched all three 4,5,6 back to back in one sitting in a cinema after Jedi was released. I have the BR copies of all six Lucas films. In other words, I don't need to be lectured on the value of the "franchise" - loathsome description that it is!

Disney have ruined Star Wars in my view. They have shamelessly monetised it & turned it into something that reeks of opportunism & greed. The films should not even be considered as 'canon' by anyone who loves Star Wars. In fact, Lucasfilms have stated they are not.

This from Bloomberg...
While the arrival of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a new beginning for the storied franchise, it’s a painful reminder of something else: More than 30 years of novel, toy, game, and comic book-tie-ins collectively known as the Star Wars Expanded Universe. In April 2014, Disney—which had purchased the series in 2012, when it bought Lucasfilm—announced that all such previous efforts would have no bearing on future Star Wars projects. It was, as Obi-Wan Kenobi might have put it, “as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.” In its place would be a new Expanded Universe, one crafted to complement Disney’s multiyear plan for the world’s most beloved space opera.


Have a nice day. :{

Edited By: janner43 on Feb 26, 2017 08:12: added italics to quote
#24
Anyone know when payment is taken?
#25
adhoward
Anyone know when payment is taken?
On despatch for pre-orders.
#26
janner43
Disney have ruined Star Wars in my view. They have shamelessly monetised it & turned it into something that reeks of opportunism & greed. The films should not even be considered as 'canon' by anyone who loves Star Wars. In fact, Lucasfilms have stated they are not.

This from Bloomberg...
While the arrival of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a new beginning for the storied franchise, it’s a painful reminder of something else: More than 30 years of novel, toy, game, and comic book-tie-ins collectively known as the Star Wars Expanded Universe. In April 2014, Disney—which had purchased the series in 2012, when it bought Lucasfilm—announced that all such previous efforts would have no bearing on future Star Wars projects. It was, as Obi-Wan Kenobi might have put it, “as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.” In its place would be a new Expanded Universe, one crafted to complement Disney’s multiyear plan for the world’s most beloved space opera.


Have a nice day. :{
I don't know if you've misunderstood what is being said in that quote, but it refers to the previous non-film Star Wars stuff. The whole point was to reset the continuity so that the new films (which are 'in canon') aren't bound by some minor plot point in a spinoff comic that was published in 1998 (or whatever).
#27
I don't mind how many spin-offs they make but please Disney, no more death star themes.

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