„Aliens – Die Rückkehr (1986)“ restauriert auf 4K UHD ab März 2024 (US)

Im Vertrieb von Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment veröffentlicht 20th Century Studios im März 2024 in den USA den Science-Fiction-Horror-Thriller „Aliens – Die Rückkehr (1986)“, mit Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton und Jenette Goldstein, restauriert in der Ultimate Collectors Edition inklusive 4K UHD und Blu-ray Disc.

Der Film liegt hier in der 137-Minütigen Kinofassung und der 154-Minütigen Special Edition Version vor.

Tonspuren (US)

  • 4K UHD: Englisch Dolby Atmos, Englisch 2.0 DTS-HDMA, Englisch 2.0 Dolby Digital Descriptive Audio, Französisch 5.1 DTS-HDHR, Spanisch 5.1 Dolby Digital
  • Blu-ray: Englisch 5.1 DTS-HDMA, Englisch 2.0 Dolby Digital, Englisch 2.0 Dolby Digital Descriptive Audio, Französisch 5.1 DTS-HDHR, Spanisch 5.1 Dolby Digital


  • James Cameron Introduction – A message from writer/director James Cameron introducing the Special Edition version of the film.
    2003 Audio Commentary by James Cameron and the Cast and Crew-Special Edition – 1990 Special Edition Commentary by James Cameron and the cast and crew.
    The Inspiration and Design of Aliens – For the 30th anniversary, writer/director James Cameron reveals new insight into his own inspiration and the design elements for Aliens.
    2003 Audio Commentary by James Cameron and the Cast and Crew – 1986 Theatrical Version Commentary by James Cameron and the cast and crew.
    Isolated Scores
    Final Theatrical Isolated Score – This isolated track presents, as accurately as possible, James Horner’s music score in its final form following extensive reworking during the post-production process.
    Composer’s Original Isolated Score – Although there are a few instances where the length of individual sequences was changed slightly after the music was recorded, this isolated score track presents, as accurately as possible, James Horner’s original intentions.
  • Superior Firepower: Making Aliens– Immerse yourself in the world of Aliens with 11 fully-loaded featurettes that deconstruct all that went into making this sci-fi thriller, from casting to creature design to post-production and everything in between.
    57 Years Later: Continuing the Story
    Building Better Worlds: From Concept to Construction
    Preparing for Battle: Casting and Characterization
    This Time It’s War: Pinewood Studios, 1985
    The Risk Always Lives: Weapons and Action
    Bug Hunt: Creature Design
    Two Orphans: Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn
    Beauty and the Bitch: Power Loader vs. Queen Alien
    The Final Countdown: Music, Editing and Sound
    The Power of Real Tech: Visual Effects
    Aliens Unleashed: Reaction to the Film
  • Superior Firepower: Making Aliens Enhancement Pods – Supplemental video pieces to complement Superior Firepower: Making Aliens.
    Without Sigourney Weaver
    Origins of Acheron
    Building Hadley’s Hope
    Cameron’s Design Philosophy
    Finding an Unused Power Plant
    Cameron’s Military Interests
    Working with Sigourney Weaver
    The Importance of Being Bishop
    Paul Reiser on Carter Burke
    The Paxton/Cameron Connection
    Becoming Vasquez
    On Set: Infiltrating the Colony
    Props: Personal Light Unit
    Simon Atherton Talks Weapons
    Praising Stan Winston
    Test Footage: Chestburster
    Fighting the Facehugger
    Test Footage: Facehugger
    Stan Winston’s Challenge
    Test Footage: Queen Alien
    Stan Winston’s Legacy
    Cameron’s Cutting Edge
    Sigourney Weaver’s Triumph
    Re-Enlisting with Cameron
    From Producer to Stunt Double
  • Pre-Visualizations: Multi-Angle Videomatics
    Angle 1: Videomatic
    Angle 2: Videomatic/Final Shot Comparison
    Audio Commentary by Miniature Effects Supervisor Pat McClung
  • Direct Access to New/Additional Scenes From Special Edition
    Ripley’s Daughter – Burke informs Ripley that her daughter died two years ago.
    Van Leuwen’s Verdict – Van Leuwen reads the findings of the court of inquiry.
    The Colony/The Jordens’ Discovery – The colony is bustling with life and activity. Newt, along with her brother and parents, come upon the Derelict ship.
    Burke’s Answer – At Ripley’s apartment, Burke explains why he’s making the trip to LV-426.
    INT. Sulaco – Establishing shots of the interior of the Sulaco before the crew awakens from hyper-sleep.
    Hudson’s Hubris – As they descend in the drop ship to LV-426, Hudson boasts about their advanced weaponry.
    False Alarm – Hudson and Vasquez detect motion in the colony, only to find it is pet hamsters.
    Ripley Pauses – As she enters the colony, Ripley hesitates for a moment.
    The Sentry Guns – Hicks reveals they have robot sentry systems. While examining the colony blueprints, Ripley and Hicks discuss where to place the robot sentries.
    Fire in the Hole – Hudson and Vasquez set up the UA 571-C remote sentry weapons and following a quick test, seal the tunnel.
    Last Line of Defense – The Sentry Guns dutifully scan the tunnel for incoming targets.
    Newt’s Questions – Newt quizzes Ripley about the fate of her parents.
    Hudson’s “Ant” Theory – Hudson speculates on how the Aliens are organized and reproduce.
    The Aliens Attack – The Sentry Guns unload on multiple targets.
    The Aliens Retreat – Under withering fire from the sentries, the Aliens are temporarily repulsed.
    First Name Basis – As Ripley departs the drop ship to try and rescue Newt, she and Hicks share their first names with each other.
  • Deleted Scene: Burke Cocooned – Long one of the most sought-after lost moments from the entire Alien Anthology, this scene depicting Carter Burke’s fate is now revealed.
  • Deleted Scene Montage – This collection of scene extensions and omitted moments represents the remainder of deleted scenes not appearing in either the Theatrical Version or the Special Edition.
  • Still Galleries and More
    Original Treatment by James Cameron
    Storyboard Archive
    The Art of Aliens
    Cast Portrait Gallery
    Production Image Galleries
    Continuity Polaroids
    Weapons and Vehicles
    Stan Winston’s Workshop
    Colonial Marine Helmet Cameras
    Video Graphics Gallery
    Weyland-Yutani Inquest: Nostromo Dossiers
  • Post-Production Aftermath
    Image Galleries
    Laserdisc Archives
    Main Title Exploration
    Teaser Trailer
    Theatrical Trailer
    Domestic Trailer
    International Trailer

Der Release ist voraussichtlich am 12.03.2024 (US).

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15. November 2023 18:20

Beste Nachricht des Tages, endlich!

15. November 2023 17:39

Sehr geil!!! Hoffentlich auch bald bei uns. 😁

Wieso nicht alle Teile?
15. November 2023 17:37

Ist ja sehr geil und so….aber dann doch bitte gleich ein Boxset mit allen 4 Alien-Filmen in 4K…das wäre direkt vorbestellt.

15. November 2023 17:48

Weil die anderen nicht von James Cameron sind. Da True Lies ja auch kommt sieht es so aus als würde er seine Filme erstmal bevorzugen.

15. November 2023 18:50

Es geht doch immer ums Geld.
Erst ein Steelbook, dann die normale Version, dann vielleicht ein Mediabook und dann eine Box 🙈.
Der Supergau wäre nur die Kinofassung 😂.

15. November 2023 18:52
Antwort an  Heiko

Langfassung ist bestätigt. Habe ich überlesen. Kommt bestimmt zuerst auf Disney+.



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