'Joker' DVD and Blu-ray extras revealed as release date confirmed

Tom ButlerSenior Editor
Joaquin Phoenix in Todd Phillips' <i>Joker</i>. (Warner Bros.)
Joaquin Phoenix in Todd Phillips' Joker. (Warner Bros.)

After earning rave reviews and grossing $1 billion at the box office, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker is coming home.

Warner Bros. has today announced that Joker will be available on 4K, Blu-ray, Limited Edition Amazon Exclusive 4K & Blu-ray Steel Book, Limited Edition tradewide 4K & Blu-ray Steel Book, and DVD on 10 February 2020.

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Fans can also own Joker early on Digital Download from 27 January 2020

The Blu-ray release doesn’t include any deleted scenes by the looks of it, but does comes with four special features: Joker: Vision & Fury, Becoming Joker, Please Welcome… Joker! and Joker: A Chronicle of Chaos.

We fully expect these to be standard talking heads-style, behind the scene featurettes, but will inevitably find out more closer to release.

Read more: Joker sequel plans are in ‘early stages’

Joker writer-director Todd Phillips has previously stated he’s not a fan of deleted scenes or extended cuts.

“I hate f***ing extended cuts. I hate deleted scenes,” Phillips told Collider. “They’re deleted for a reason. The movie that exists is exactly the movie I want it to be and I will never show a deleted scene.”

The full release specs are listed below.

Not final art (WB)
Not final art (WB)

BLU-RAY AND DVD ELEMENTS

JOKER 4K, Blu-ray, Limited Edition 4K & Blu-ray Steel Books contain the following special features:

  • Joker: Vision & Fury

  • Becoming Joker

  • Please Welcome… Joker!

  • Joker: A Chronicle of Chaos

The DVD contains the following special features:

  • Please Welcome… Joker!

BASICS

EST Date: January 27

4K, Blu-ray, Steel Book and DVD Date: February 10

DVD Languages: English, Spanish, French

BD Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French

DVD Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

BD Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, Portuguese, French

Running Time: 122 minutes

Rating: Rated 15 for strong bloody violence, disturbing behaviour, language and brief sexual images

DVD: DLBY/SURR DLBY/DGTL [CC]

4K/Blu-ray: Dolby ATMOS

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