Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has confirmed an earlier report by Stitch Kingdom that Alice Through the Looking Glass will be available to own on Blu-ray, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere on October 18, 2016 (now available for pre-order).
Ahead of any official announcement, the British Board of Film Classification has detailed the bonus features anticipated on the Blu-ray release of Alice Through the Looking Glass, which have been outlined below.
Although his part in the Alice in Wonderland sequel was quite small — both literally and — well, literally — Alan Rickman’s impact on the moviegoing audience can never be overstated. Reprising his voiceover role as Absolem the once caterpillar and now blue butterfly who acts as Alice’s conduit back into Underland, Rickman is celebrated via a dedication of the film to his memory. In atypical fashion, the dedication — which reads ‘Dedicated to our friend Alan Rickman, 1946-2016’ — is presented just shortly after the end credits begin as a large title card, rather than scroll towards the end of the credits.
Available to own on June 17, 2016, day and date with Pixar’s Finding Dory, we have obtained the full tracklist for the film’s score by Thomas Newman, which you can find below. The soundtrack is currently available to pre-order from Amazon and iTunes.
Walt Disney Studios UK has released two new clips from Alice Through The Looking Glass (May 27, 2016) titled ‘Time Crashing In’ and a quasi-titular ‘Through the Mirror,’ as well as a featurette titled ‘Beyond Imagination,’ all of which you can find embedded below. The clip, titled ‘My Seconds’ finds Alice encountering some of Time’s minions.
Walt Disney Studios UK has released a new clip from Alice Through The Looking Glass (May 27, 2016), which you can find embedded below. The clip, titled ‘My Seconds’ finds Alice encountering some of Time’s minions.
Walt Disney Studios has released two new clips as well as provided us with a few new hi-res stills from Alice Through The Looking Glass (May 27, 2016), which you can find in our gallery
beheaded embedded below. The clips are titled ‘Tea and Time’ and ‘Save The Hatter,’ with the latter Hatter actually being an extended version of a previously released clip.
Coinciding with Disney Channel’s upcoming premiere of Adventures in Babysitting, its 100th Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM), Walt Disney Records will release a digital album of songs from chart-topping and certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum DCOM soundtracks, ‘Your Favorite Songs from 100 Disney Channel Original Movies.’ The album will be released at all online outlets on Friday, May 27, 2016, and is available for pre-order today on iTunes. Its centerpiece is a medley of iconic DCOM songs performed by Hollywood Records recording artists Forever In Your Mind; the band’s music video will debut Friday, May 27, during the ‘100th DCOM Celebration’ programming event on Disney Channel and will be available on DisneyMusicVevo immediately following its linear premiere. The music video will also be available same-day to all users of the Disney Channel app for smartphones, tablets and connected TVs.
Walt Disney Studios has provided us with 14 new hi-res stills from Alice Through The Looking Glass (May 27, 2016), which you can find in our gallery
beheaded embedded below.
Guests at the Disneyland Resort recently got more than they bargained for when checking out a digital billboard for Alice Through The Looking Glass (May 27, 2016). Among the still images of various characters from the film, the Mad Hatter turned out to actually be a live stream of Johnny Depp himself in full Mad Hatter regalia. You can find the publicity stunt embedded below.