Dive Deeper When Underwater hits Blu-Ray Next Month

Kristen Stewart stars in Twentieth Century Fox’s “Underwater”.

This morning, details on the home entertainment release of science fiction/monster movie Underwater have arrived!

If you missed out on Underwater when it hit theaters late last Fall, you’ll get your chance to enjoy the tense thriller from the comfort of your couch next month. Disney/20th Century have announced the film will hit Digital/Blu-Ray/DVD on April 14, 2020. It’ll be coming with a slew of bonus features, including an alternate ending!

Kristen Stewart gives a powerful performance in this action-packed sci-fi thriller. The crew of the Kepler undersea mining rig knew there would be hardships on their current mission, but nothing prepared them for the terrors they’re about to face. The heart-stopping adventure begins when a devastating earthquake damages the rig, including its communication devices and escape vehicle. Although quick-thinking mechanical engineer Norah Price (Stewart) manages to temporarily stave off imminent disaster, the need to evacuate escalates quickly. Their only hope is to walk across the ocean floor to an abandoned vessel, in hopes that its communication equipment still works. As if their journey isn’t treacherous enough, they begin to sense that they’re not alone in the murky ocean depths. Also starring Vincent Cassel, Jessica Henwick, John Gallagher Jr., Mamoudou Athie and T.J. Miller, Underwater is a chilling, suspenseful adventure that’s filled with nonstop action from start to finish.

UNDERWATER Blu-ray and Digital Special Features:
Alternate Ending with Optional Commentary*

Deleted Scene with Optional Commentary:

Rock Garden

Extended Scenes with Optional Commentary:

Crew Suit Up
Gantry Exit
Baby Clinger
Midway Station
Ocean Floor Walk
Smith Departure

Featurettes:

Real Bunny Montage
Making Underwater
Design
Production
Creatures & Visual Effects

Feature Audio Commentary by William Eubank, Jared Purrington and Phil Gawthorne
*Alternate Ending available on Digital only.

Will you be picking up Underwater on blu-ray when it hits next month?

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