Exclusive: 'Oppenheimer' Reveals Sensational Release Date for Digital and 4K Blu-ray – A Must-See Masterpiece!

Exclusive: 'Oppenheimer' Reveals Sensational Release Date for Digital and 4K Blu-ray – A Must-See Masterpiece!

Revisit the fascinating world of 'Oppenheimer' as hosts Maggie and John delve into Greg Daniel's thoughts on 'The Office' reboot and Ridley Scott's response to the new 'Alien' Collider Dailies presents an insightful exploration of these intriguing topics

The Big Picture

Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer will be released digitally and on 4K Blu-ray on November 21.

Our hosts delve into not only the topic of Oppenheimer but also share insights on the reputed The Office reboot through Greg Daniels' noteworthy remarks. Lastly, they explore Ridley Scott's response to Fede Álvarez's director's cut of the currently titled Alien: Romulus.

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In today's episode, hosts Maggie Lovitt and John Aljets discuss the exciting news about the release date of Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer in digital and 4K Blu-ray format! To discover what they are most thrilled about regarding this upcoming release, please watch the episode in the video located at the top of this article. Alternatively, you can listen to it as a podcast below.

Oppenheimer, Nolan's three-hour biopic, has been playing in theaters and IMAX for four months now. However, the wait to watch it at home is almost over. Starting from November 21, the film will be available for digital purchase as well as on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. The at-home release will come with over three hours of bonus features, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look. In anticipation of this release, Maggie and John discuss their excitement for owning a physical copy of the film and also share memories of visiting Best Buy. This leads them to ponder the future of physical media and whether it is on the decline.

Moving on, there is news related to an interview from September in Puck. During an interview with Our website's Steve Weintraub for Prime Video's Upload, creator Greg Daniel's addressed rumors about a popular NBC series that he had previously worked on as a showrunner. Daniel's comments about a potential reboot of The Office were highly positive. This sparks a discussion between our hosts about their feelings towards reboots in general and what TV series they would love to see make a comeback.

In other exciting news, director and co-writer Fede Álvarez has finished his director's cut of Alien: Romulus, which is the ninth installment in the iconic Alien sci-fi horror franchise created by Ridley Scott in 1979. Although there is no trailer available yet, Álvarez has revealed that Scott has viewed his cut and commented, "It's fucking great." Maggie and John share their thoughts on this development in today's episode of Our website Dailies. You can read their conversation in the podcast below or at the top of this article.

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Our website daily shows are broadcasted live on the Our website Extras YouTube channel every weekday at 10am PT. These discussions are hosted by Senior Producer Perri Nemiroff and Video Producer John Aljets, who are joined by panelists Steve Weintraub, the editor-in-chief of Our website, and Lead News Editor Maggie Lovitt. Each conversation lasts for 15 minutes and provides top-notch, informative, and captivating analysis of entertainment news.

If you can't catch the show live, you can watch the playback on the Our website Extras YouTube channel or listen to each episode in audio form right here on the Our website Dailies podcast channel.



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