For those who were fans of Disney’s John Carter movie, or if you were someone who was waiting for the movie to arrive on DVD, Disney has announced, John Carter will hit store shelves on June 05, 2012.

As a warrior lost on Earth, John Carter is magically transported to Mars, where the fate of the planet and its people ultimately rest in his hands. With surprising new powers, and epic battles, he rises to become the man he is meant to be and the hero he truly is.

“John Carter” will be available to own and for in-home viewing as follows:
4-Disc Combo Pack (3D BD + 2D BD + DVD + Digital Copy) Includes:

  • Blu-ray bonus features:
  • Disney Second Screen – Explore John Carter’s journal with this innovative in- world experience and uncover a trove of fascinating details that extend the mythology of the movie.
  • 360 Degrees of John Carter – Experience every aspect of the filmmaking process on one of the movie’s biggest production days.
  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director, Andrew Stanton Barsoom Bloopers
  • Plus all DVD features
  • DVD bonus features:
  • 100 Years In The Making – Follow the journey of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ story, from its origins as a pulp novel to its arrival onscreen.
  • Audio Commentary with Filmmakers
  • *The 3D Blu-ray Disc & The Digital Copy Disc do not include bonus features on it

2-Disc Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD) Includes:

  • All Blu-ray bonus features
  • All DVD bonus features


1-Disc DVD Includes:

  • All DVD bonus features
  • Digital 3D High Definition Digital
  • Does not include bonus features

High Definition Digital Includes:

  • Life by the Second: The Shanzam Unit (digital premiere)
  • Disney Second Screen
  • Barsoom Bloopers
  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director, Andrew Stanton


Standard Definition Digital Includes:

  • Life by the Second: The Shanzam Unit (digital premiere)
  • Disney Second Screen
  • Barsoom Bloopers
  • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director, Andrew Stanton


  • Does not include bonus features

John Carter has a suggested retail price of $49.99 for the 4-disc Combo Pack, all the way down to $29.99 for the single disc DVD.

via Disney

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  1. May 17, 2012 at 12:08 pm — Reply

    Such a good movie. It’s a shame Disney dropped the ball on this in the marketing.

  2. OSPerry
    May 17, 2012 at 12:17 pm — Reply

    This movie was very, very good. No it wasn’t Avengers caliber (what is?). But the critics dog piled this movie for no good reason. I’ll be getting it for sure. I highly recommend it. This movie flopped on ticket sales, but it isn’t a flop.

  3. Frank
    May 17, 2012 at 2:48 pm — Reply

    I very much enjoyed the movie. This was probably one of the better adaptations of a Burroughs book.
    I really hope the market department was sacked over how they handled this movie.

  4. superman1930
    May 17, 2012 at 4:56 pm — Reply

    What? No sequels? Darn it.That’s what happens when you drop the ball on properly marketing a film you spent hundreds of millions to make.It blows up in your face and hits your wallet hard then you end up losing $200 million dollars or more in the box office.

  5. rhino19
    May 18, 2012 at 12:52 am — Reply

    3 months seems like a pretty quick turn around from theatrical release to home bluray and dvd release

    • May 18, 2012 at 8:58 am — Reply

      Actually, that’s pretty much the norm these days. The first time the release between theatrical and home video was shortened was with Tim Burton’s Batman back in 1989. The movie came out in the summer, and was still going strong well into August. Warner released the movie around November if I remember correctly. It caused an uprising among theater owners, but they let up. Today, 90 days after a 10 week theatrical run is not uncommon. Also – Chronicle just became available on DVD this past week…

  6. DoctorStrangeCubicle
    May 18, 2012 at 7:43 pm — Reply

    Echoing what others have said – the movie was actually pretty fun, so it’s unfortunate the terrible marketing/sales will forever overshadow it.

  7. Adam Murray
    May 18, 2012 at 10:18 pm — Reply

    I’m actually holding out hope for sequels. The problem of “marketing dropping the ball” seems to be mostly limited to the domestic (USA) market…
    While only earning about $70 million here, it made over $200 million worldwide to more than cover the $250 million production cost.
    Hopefully the BluRay/DVD will be a big seller and Disney will move forward with another film in the series.

    • superman1930
      May 19, 2012 at 11:32 am — Reply

      Unfortunately that’s not going to happen.After the film was considered a flop and after tallying the total number they could not make their money back with the John Carter movie.In order to break even the expensive film needed to earn at least $700 million globally.

      It didn’t and so any sequel talk is dead when it comes to the House of Mouse.They are done with John Carter.That’s a fact.After losing $200 million dollars, it left a bad taste in their mouth.When the John Carter movie bombed the Disney studio head Rich Ross stepped down.The timing of his departure after the film failed to make it’s money back is no coincidence.

      John Carter is indeed a great film but the sequel idea right now is wishful thinking on our part.The Disney company made big bank with the Avengers movie and are ready to move on to better projects with more potential.

      The purchase of Marvel comics was the best thing that could have ever happened to them.They have seen the light and of course the billions of dollars the Marvel comics superheroes can deliver to them from the film adaptations of their most iconic characters.

      The Disney corp is focused on their Pixar films,other projects and will most definitely back up all of the future Marvel comics films,animated cartoons and tv projects.

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