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Disney To Supersize Star Wars: The Force Awakens in ‘Big Sleeve Edition’


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DISNEY LAUNCHES BRAND NEW FORMAT FOR MOVIE RELEASES 
  • Disney classics get a supersized update in ‘Big Sleeve Editions’
  • Stunning 12” vinyl style sleeves to be launched for selected DVD and Blu-ray releases 
  • Releases include Finding Dory, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Aladdin 
  • Available for pre-order 7th October 2016 

The Walt Disney Studios continues to lead the way in collectables, as six of the nation’s best loved movies release on a new, never before seen format. The brand’s latest offering, 'Big Sleeve Edition', will feature collectable packaging, the movie on both DVD and Blu-ray plus a set of beautiful bespoke artworks.

Launching in time for this Christmas, Disney’s unique Big Sleeve Editions can be pre-ordered online from the 7th of October and will hit shelves nationwide on the 28th of November.

A mix of classics and new releases, Disney’s Big Sleeve Edition will launch with six titles including Cinderella, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Beauty and the Beast, Guardians of the Galaxy, Aladdin and Finding Dory with further releases planned next year. 

Viewers will have the chance to see behind the scenes footage, deleted and alternative scenes and gain an insight into each story through jam packed audio commentary from directors and stars.

Ben Loades Head of Commercial Development at Disney comments; “We’re thrilled to be launching Big Sleeve Editions this Autumn. We think it’s a great way for collectors, film lovers and families to treasure the movies they love and bring both Disney's beautiful artistic cinematography and children’s imaginations to life at home."

Disney’s Big Sleeve collectables are available for pre-order online from Friday the 7th of October, launching on shelves nationwide from the 28th of November.  

Big Sleeve Editions can be pre-ordered at a range of online retailers from the 7th of October 2016

Big Sleeves will be available at select stores throughout the United Kingdom from the 28th of November 2016

BIG SLEEVE CONFIGURATIONS

Finding Dory
3 Disc: DVD, Blu-ray + Bonus Disc
Guardians of the Galaxy
2 Disc: DVD & Blu-ray

Star Wars: The Force Awakens
3 Disc: DVD, Blu-ray + Bonus Disc

Aladdin
2 Disc: DVD & Blu-ray

Beauty and the Beast
3 Disc: DVD & Blu-ray + Bonus Disc

Cinderella Live Action
2 Disc: DVD & Blu-ray




‘Big Sleeve Editions’ star wars

‘Big Sleeve Editions’ star wars



‘Big Sleeve Editions’ star wars


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