80s classic “Top Gun” is getting a 4K Steelbook release in November

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With the long-awaited sequel delayed but still on the way – hopefully – this year, you’ll also be able to pick up this new 4K steelbook edition of the first film, which is currently due for release on November 23rd.

Pre-orders are live right now, and we’ll add more links as we get them.

Thanks to reader Geoffers for the headsup!

Pre-order: Zoom | Amazon UK

Top Gun – newly remastered in 4K UHD with HDR, including new bonus features for this edition. This steelbook features new never-before-seen illustrations.

Disc 1: 4K Ultra HD Feature Film + Special Features

    • 4k Special Feature: The Legacy Of Top Gun
    • On Your Six – Thirty Years Of Top Gun
    • Commentary By Filmmakers And Naval Experts

Disc 2: Blu-Ray™ Feature Film + Special Features

  • Danger Zone: The Making Of Top Gun (6-Part Documentary)
  • Commentary By Filmmakers And Naval Experts
  • Tom Cruise Interviews
  • Multi-Angle Storyboards
  • Best Of The Best: Inside The Real Top Gun
  • Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
  • Survival Training Featurette
  • And More…

Leading a phenomenal cast including Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards, Meg Ryan and Tim Robbins, Tom Cruise soars as Maverick, the young, in-your-face U.S. fi ghter pilot with a need for speed, a lot to prove, and even more to learn.

Forever ranking with the best action films of all time, Top Gun remains a high-octane adrenaline rush.

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44 Responses

  1. I’m more intrigued about this?……maybe 4K steelbooks

  2. I feel the need…. the need, to spend! I know its terrible but I couldn’t resist 😊

  3. Paul Mooney classic 👌

  4. Stuart says:

    Steelbook blu Ray News, is zavvi going to have this as well

  5. Graham Head Graham Head says:

    I feel the need to ask why we, in the UK, don’t get digital codes with our discs any more? Online companies already try to dazzle us with smoke & mirrors by quoting a vastly inflated price but will sell you at a lower (but still very high) price even when it’s exclusive to them. Might as well say the price is £100 but we can have it for £29.99 – yep, the old “under £30.00” guff. It’s about time we got value for money.

    • In the UK, most studios used to do digital copies mainly via Ultraviolet, but that shut down a couple of years ago.

      In the US, some of them use Movies Anywhere, which covers Disney/Fox, Sony, Universal and Warners, but they haven’t launched in the UK. Who knows if they will.

      So then it’s really up to individual studios/labels what that want to do. Most offer disc OR digital (via itunes, Amazon video, Google Play, etc) purchases.

      One label who DO still include digital codes is Lionsgate, who provide a code that you can redeem on either iTunes or Google Video.

      All down to the studios and labels – nothing to do with the retailers

    • Graham Head Graham Head says:

      Steelbook Blu Ray News You say it’s nothing to do with the retailer, but a code that I got with a disc last week from Zavvi (Rampage) was out of date. When I contacted Zavvi, they asked for a picture of the code and said THEY don’t supply discs with codes anymore.
      Ultraviolet shut down on 31st July last year, but digital download availability has been sparse for a lot longer.
      As you say, in the USA, it’s available with the disc. Here it’s available as another purchase. It doesn’t matter which way it’s coloured, we get stuffed in this country.

    • John Pearse John Pearse says:

      Graham Head I buy what I can from the US because of this. Bit of a faff to set up but Movies Anywhere codes/App works well and stuff ports across to Google Play etc. Vudu not so easy, but can be done. Worth investigating.

    • Wayne Lawton Wayne Lawton says:

      Graham Head You feel the need, the need for digital codes?? I feel the need, the need for speed 👍😀 Sorry, couldn’t resist.

    • Graham Head that disc of Rampage was probably an old one of our had an out of date code. I suspect when they refresh stock they don’t come with codes, but again, the codes will be put by the studios when the discs are manufactured and packaged before being sent to retailers

    • Craig Gordon Craig Gordon says:

      Graham Head did you try it anyway? I have often found that even out of date codes still work.

      By the way, I hear you about digital copies. I really wish they were still included – does it really cost Universal more to use Movies Anywhere than Google Play? And it just seemed to be keeping with the times – for best picture and sound you you’ve bought the disc, but for the convenience you can take it with you on your tiny phone.

    • Graham Head Graham Head says:

      Craig Gordon Yep, tried it and nothing. I use my iPad to watch movies when I’m travelling, never a phone.
      The thing that used to bug me with Ultraviolet was that it was advertised as being able to be viewed anywhere, but they conveniently left out the part that your code had to be used in the country where the disc was bought.

    • Craig Gordon Craig Gordon says:

      Graham Head I spent a long time not caring about it but kept the codes. Then one day decided to enter them all. Glad I did now – it’s over 100 films that I can watch anywhere now.

  6. Tom Pearson Tom Pearson says:

    We don’t get digital anymore because they want people to buy digital now instead of giving them away. It’s all about the money.

  7. Steelbook blu Ray News, will zavvi be getting this?

  8. Mark Pledger Mark Pledger says:

    The USA Steelbook art had to be corrected as per TheDigitalBits.com

    “A couple weeks ago, a number of Bits readers quietly alerted me to the fact that Paramount’s original artwork for the Top Gun 4K Steelbook featured the silhouette of an F-15 Eagle jet fighter instead of the iconic F-14 Tomcats seen in the film. So after sharing it on my social feeds, I alerted Paramount to the error.

    Well, the good news is that the studio has officially corrected the artwork, as you can see to the left there. The bad news is that the Steelbook release is now delayed until 12/8 (presumably due to complications in the Steelbook manufacturing schedule).”

    https://thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two-cents/042320-1300

  9. Bob Peel Bob Peel says:

    So to order in june or wait 5 months ??

  10. This film isn’t much cop in HD to be fair. I have the original bluray and the dog fight scenes do not look great, everything else looks nice but the best bits of the film just don’t pop

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