Dolittle is heading to DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray this coming June, and the details of the release are right here.

It hardly won over the critics, and it might rank as one of the more bizarre family movies in recent times. Yet Dolittle still did decent business at the UK box office, and thus it’s getting a good disc release too.

The film has been confirmed for DVD, Blu-ray and Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray, with each landing on June 15th 2020. Furthermore, the film’s on demand release has been inked in for June 1st.

What’s more, on the disc editions – yep, even the DVD for a change as well – there’s quite a list of extra features. We ain’t typing them all out again, though, so we shall cunningly deploy the old tactic of copying and pasting them from the press release…

  • TALK TO THE ANIMALS – Dolittle is surrounded by a motley cast of characters. Take a peek at all the fun the cast had giving each of the animals their unique voice.
  • ROBERT DOWNEY JR. & HARRY: MENTOR AND MENTEE – Acting opposite a legendary actor like Robert Downey Jr. can be an intimidating experience, but Harry Collett handled it like a pro. See the unique bond the two actors formed on-set, and how Downey took the film’s young co-star under his wing.
  • BECOMING THE GOOD DOCTOR – See the process of how this team of talented artists brought this film to life, and how Robert Downey Jr. transformed into the iconic Dolittle.
  • ANTONIO BANDERAS: PIRATE KING – Antonio Banderas discusses what attracted him to the project, his experiences working with Robert Downey Jr., and what he brought to the role of King Rassouli.
  • THE WICKED DR. MÜDFLY – Who is the nefarious villain Dr. Blair Müdfly? Michael Sheen dives into his character’s motivations for being Dolittle’s foil.
  • A MOST UNUSUAL HOUSE – It takes a special home to accommodate humans and animals alike. Explore the unique rooms and modifications that allow Dolittle to house anyone or anything – big or small.

And there you have it. The disc is available for preorder right here.

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