batman-v-superman-dawn-of-justice-blu-ray-cover-447x600Because sitting through the nearly three hour film once certainly isn’t enough, right?

You know you want to watch an extended version of Snyder’s magnus opium with over half an hour of additional footage, right?

You know it’s cool that this “Ultimate Edition” is rated R, right?

Oh, and did we mention that the ultimate edition would be super ULTIMATE?

As originally reported by Collider, the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition will be released digitally on June 28th and physically on July 19th. It will be available on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack.  These 2-disc editions will feature the newly extended cut and the theatrical version of the film.  The extended cut of the film will feature many scenes and characters left on the editing room floor, including moments with Jena Malone, who plays Barbara Gordon sans-Batsuit.  The standard DVD will only feature the version shown in theaters.

The Ultimate Edition packages will include the following special feature vignettes:

  • Uniting the World’s Finest
  • Gods and Men: A Meeting of Giants
  • The Warrior, The Myth, The Wonder
  • Accelerating Design: The New Batmobile
  • Superman: Complexity & Truth
  • Batman: Austerity & Rage
  • Wonder Woman: Grace & Power
  • Batcave: Legacy of the Lair
  • The Might and the Power of a Punch
  • The Empire of Luthor
  • Save the Bats


  1. Alexander, perhaps in your rush to write up a few more snarky comments about Batman v Superman, the facts got lost along the way. Collider reported that the extended version of the film will be released *digitally* on June 28th, while the Blu Ray and DVD editions will be on sale starting July 19th.

    For the record, I liked the movie and look forward to seeing more of it.

  2. Egg on my face, you’re right and I’m wrong!

    I’m glad you enjoy the film. I didn’t, particularly. Not trying to take the piss out of anyone who likes it. I was really looking forward to it and was sorely disappointed, so I find my peace in criticizing the work. I won’t ever criticize its fans.

  3. What is with all this civil discourse and respectful communication, without the need to sacrifice one’s beliefs or viewpoints? I thought I was on the internet. It’s clear that I am not, so where the hell am I right now?

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