Universal Pictures’ Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw has been released early to Digital HD/UHD, three weeks ahead of the Blu-ray, 4k Blu-ray and DVD editions hitting stores on November 5th. Here’s where you can buy ‘Hobbs & Shaw’, what it costs, and what formats are available.
‘Hobbs & Shaw’ is available in three different digital formats: SD, HD, and UHD depending on the digital retailer purchased from. Interestingly enough, neither iTunes or Google Play seem to offer the HD version: Apple is offering either SD or 4k, while Google is selling the movie only in 4k. Could this be an early indication of a one-price, all-formats future for digital movies?
In Digital UHD, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is available with HDR (Dolby Vision or HDR10) and Dolby Atmos sound from most digital retailers. Your Blu-ray player, media player, and/or TV must support 4k/HDR/Dolby Atmos in order to enjoy those technical specifications.
Extras can include an alternate opening, deleted scenes, feature commentary from Director David Leitch, and several featurettes. Apple iTunes seems to be the only service offering all the possible extras. (See more details below.)
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is selling for $19.99 in either SD, HD, or UHD. And, each retailer listed below shares titles with the Movies Anywhere database, including Microsoft who recently joined. That means you can watch the movie on your preferred platform after purchasing once through a Movies Anywhere partner.
- Amazon Prime Video – $19.99 (SD/HD/UHD)
- Apple iTunes – $19.99 (SD/HD/4k) + iTunes Extras
- FandangoNow – $19.99 (SD/HD/UHD)
- Google Play – $19.99 (UHD)
- Microsoft Video – $19.99 (SD/HD/UHD)
- Movies Anywhere (directs customers to most services listed here)
- Vudu (Walmart) – $19.99 (SD/HD/UHD) + 1 Featurette
Bonus Material (with some retailers)
- Johnson & Statham: Hobbs & Shaw
- Progress of a Fight Scene with Director David Leitch
- Practical Action
- The Bad Guy
- The Sister
- Hobbs’ Family Tree
- The Matriarch
- New Friends
- Elevator Action
- Stunt Show and Tell
- Keeping it in the Family: A Conversation with Roman and
- Blind Fury
- Dwayne and Hobbs: Love at First Bite
- Feature Commentary with Director David Leitch
Note: We did not include Comcast or Verizon.