Fans of the long-running animated series Rick and Morty will be able to own the Steelbook Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD of Rick and Morty season 7 come March 12, 2024. The upcoming home release contains extra content.
Courtesy of Warner Bors Discovery Home Entertainment, Rick and Morty: The Complete Seventh Season will include all 10 episodes from the show’s most recent installment. The additional content will dive deep into the numerous twists and turns featured in the season as well as new character designs.
Here’s a complete list of the Special Features:
- 10 Inside the Episodes (Featurettes) – Get to learn more information about each episode.
- Directing Unmortricken (Featurette) – Follow Jacob Hair through the challenges of making some of the show’s most action-packed episodes yet, centered on the climatic showdown between Rick and his arch-nemesis.
- The Characters of Season 7 – Get to learn about how the character team crafted this season’s new designs.
- Inside Season 7 – Covering the season’s biggest story shifts and reveals. You will also get an overall look at the making of season seven from the perspective of various crew members.
As for the price tag accompanying the upcoming home release, the Steelbook Blu-ray can be yours for $34.99 ($44.99 CAD), the Blu-ray for $24.99 ($34.99 CAD), and the DVD for $19.99 SRP ($24.99 in CAD).
The specifications of the Blu-ray are 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1.
Take note; the entire season 7 of Rick and Morty is available right now Digitally.
The March 12, 2024 home release of the seventh season has been rated TV-MA and has an approximate Runtime of 225 minutes.
Rick and Morty season seven debuted on October 15, 2023, and concluded on December 17, 2023. This is the first ever season in the franchise to not have Justin Roiland doing any voice work. Even though he’s still credited as co-creator and executive producer he was dismissed from the franchise back in January 2023 due to allegations involving violence, abuse, and sexual harassment.
Ian Cardoni and Harry Belden replaced Roiland as the voices of Rick and Morty respectively. From what I have been able to gather, the voice change went smoothly as far as fan reception is concerned. For certain viewers and critics, the switch was nearly indistinguishable.
As far as my opinion goes, as someone who watches this show, I was okay with the voice swap. If I were to be nitpicky, I do feel that Belden’s Morty was closest to the original sound while Cardoni’s Rick came very close. But then again, that could be due to me being aware of new voice actors being cast in the iconic roles.
What did you think of the latest season?
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(via Press Release)
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