Limited Edition Ship Packaging for E.T.
 The
 Extra
 Terrestrial

E.T.
 The
 Extra
 Terrestrial - Special Edition Ship Packaging

Amazon (via Blu-ray.com) have revealed a special limited edition spaceship packaging for E.T.
 The 
Extra‐Terrestrial due out on 31 October. One might affectionately refer to this as “needless plastic”, and doesn’t look like something that will survive an international shipment let alone several grabs for that remastered disc inside. Stick to the standard, and $100 cheaper, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Anniversary Edition (Combo Pack).

Featuring
 an
 all‐new,
 digitally
 remastered
 picture
 that
 delivers
 six
 times
 the
 resolution
 of
 DVD,
 as
 well
 as
 all‐new 
7.1
 surround sound, 
the
 E.T.
 The 
Extra‐Terrestrial 
Anniversary
 Edition
 Blu‐ray ™
 triple
 play 
includes 
the
 1982 
theatrical
 movie,
an 
all‐new 
interview with 
director 
Steven 
Spielberg
 and
 “The
 E.T.
 Journals” 
which 
features 
an 
hour 
of
 never‐before‐seen
 footage 
from 
the 
set
 of 
the 
film.
 This
 Blu‐ ray ™ 
Triple
 Play 
pack 
also
 includes 
a 
DVD
 and
 Digital
 Copy
 of
 the 
film, 
offering 
fans
 a
 chance
 to 
relive
 the
 mystery,
 laughter
 and
 wonder
 of
 the
 iconic
 movie
 anytime,
 anywhere
 and
 on
 the
 platform
 of
 their choice.

One
 of
 the
 biggest
 blockbusters
 of
 its
 day,
 E.T.
 The
 Extra‐Terrestrial
 was
 truly
 a
 Global
 cultural
 phenomenon
 that 
brought 
out
the
 child 
in 
all 
of 
us

  • The
 E.T.
Journals: 
all‐new 
bonus 
feature 
that
 retraces
 the 
day‐to‐day
 experience 
of
 creating 
E.T. 
including
 never‐before‐seen, 
behind‐the‐scenes
 footage
  • Steven
 Spielberg
 & 
E.T.
 All‐new, reflective 
interview 
with
 Steven
 Spielberg
  • Deleted
 Scenes
  • A
 Look
 Back:
 The making
 of
 E.T.
 Featuring 
interviews
 with
 Steven 
Spielberg
 and
 the 
cast
  • The
 E.T.
 Reunion:
 The 
cast
 and 
filmmaker 
reunite
  • The 
Evolution 
and 
Creation
 of
 E.T.
 From 
idea 
to 
screenplay, 
through 
casting
 and
 making the 
film
  • The
 Music
 of
 E.T.

 A 
discussion
 with 
composer, 
John
 Williams
  • The
 20th
 Anniversary
 Premiere:
 John
 Williams plays
 the
 score
 of 
E.T. 
live
 at
 the
 Shrine
  • Auditorium
  • Original
Theatrical
Trailer

 

E.T. Special Edition Blu-ray Ship