The Mummy released early to Digital HD & 4k UHD

sofia-boutella-the-mummy-1280pxIt makes you wonder why the makers of The Mummy (2017) couldn’t have figured out a more unique name than The Mummy (1999) starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz, but nevertheless the new action/thriller from Universal Pictures doesn’t let you down. In the film, Tom Cruise stars as Sargeant Nick Morton who discovers the ancient tomb of Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) and is possessed by her powers. The Mummy will be releasing to Blu-ray and Ultra HD Blu-ray in September, but if you’re excited about watching this at home right away the digital release is now available.

Availability

Popular services where you can buy The Mummy (2017) in digital formats including Amazon Video, Apple iTunes, Google Play, FandangoNow, Sony Entertainment Network, Microsoft Video, Verizon FiOS On Demand, and Vudu.

Bonus Material

iTunes has got the most extras including deleted and extended scenes, “Cruise & Kurtzman: A  Conversation,” “Life in Zero-G: Creating the Plane Crash,” “Cruise in Action,” “Becoming Jekyll and Hyde,” “Choreographed Chaos,” “Nick Morton: In Search of a Soul” and feature commentary.

Microsoft Video only includes the featurette “The Mummy – She Is Real.” As with everything, check with the service you’re thinking of buying from to be sure they offer all the extras you want.

4k UHD

Vudu seems to have missed out on the Digital UHD release of The Mummy (2017), as Google Play and Fandango have both got it for $29.99. But neither service offers any bonus material with the 4k purchase.

Price

Most popular video services are selling The Mummy (2017) Digital HD/SD for $14.99, or Digital UHD for $29.99 from Google Play and Fandango. Verizon FiOS On Demand is charging the most at $15.99 for the HD or SD version.

  • Amazon Video – $14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD)
  • Apple iTunes –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD) + iTunes Extras
  • FandangoNow –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD) $29.99 (UHD)
  • Google Play –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD) $29.99 (UHD)
  • Microsoft Video –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD) +Bonus
  • Sony Entertainment Network –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD)
  • Verizon FiOS On Demand –$15.99 (SD) $15.99 (HD)
  • Vudu (Walmart) –$14.99 (SD) $14.99 (HD)

*Prices at time of article publication
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