“Arielle” is coming to Disney+ soon. When will the film come out on DVD and Blu-ray?

You can already watch “Arielle” in the comfort of your home cinema. Soon, the film will finally start streaming on Disney+ and will also be available on DVD and Blu-ray.

Disney has been re-releasing some of its animated classics as live-action adaptations in recent years, and “The Little Mermaid” has joined that list. For those who are undecided about the Disney remakes or want to enjoy the new “Arielle” with children who might not be able to sit through the entire 135-minute cinema experience, the film can already be purchased as a digital download (for example, on Amazon or the Sky Store) for home cinema viewing. “Arielle” will soon begin streaming on Disney+, and the release date for the DVD and Blu-ray versions is not too far away either.

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“Arielle”: The live-action adaptation will start streaming soon on Disney+ Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a trend of relatively quick streaming releases for films, especially on Disney’s in-house streaming service. On average, a Disney film is now expected to be available for streaming around two months after its theatrical release. However, with “Arielle,” almost three months will have passed since its cinema release on May 25th, as the remake is set to start streaming on Disney+ on September 6th, 2023.

“Arielle” on DVD and Blu-ray For those who prefer a physical copy or are looking for a gift for a mermaid fan, the film will be available in disc format in a few weeks. “Arielle” is scheduled for release on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K on October 13, 2023. The film can already be pre-ordered online from various retailers and electronics stores, such as Amazon and MediaMarkt, so that it can be delivered to your doorstep upon release.

In comparison to the cinematic version, the home cinema edition also offers value in terms of bonus materials, including previously unreleased extras and featurettes, such as:

  • The featurette “Hot Rhythms Down in the Sea”
  • A special feature about the singers
  • More information about the songs
  • A wide selection of songs
  • Behind-the-scenes glitches and outtakes
  • A segment about Arielle’s friends

Our colleagues from familie.de had the opportunity to speak with director Rob Marshall and composer Alan Menken about the project.

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