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‘Atomic Blonde’ goes Digital this October

Coming soon to Blu-ray as well

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Universal Pictures’ “Atomic Blonde” will be hitting Blu-ray and Digital HD this fall, the studio confirmed the release dates for the home box-office sales of the popular thriller earlier today.

The spy-thriller will release first on Digital HD on October 24, 2017 and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on November 14, 2017, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (starting at $14 on Amazon). Adapted from Antony Johnson’s graphic novel, The Coldest City, the film is set in the late eighties and takes viewers on a high-stakes chase as Theron attempts to escape Berlin. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital versions include commentary from the cast, filmmakers, stunt performers and fight coordinators, plus behind-the-scenes features that take viewers inside the making of the film’s intense stunt choreography.

Oscar-winner Charlize Theron stars as elite MI6’s most lethal assassin and the crown jewel of her Majesty’s secret intelligence service, Lorraine Broughton. When she’s sent on a covert mission into Cold War Berlin, she must use all of the spycraft, sensuality and savagery she has to stay alive in the ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors. Broughton must navigate her way through a deadly game of spies to recover a priceless dossier while fighting ferocious killers along the way in this breakneck action-thriller from director David Leitch (Deadpool 2, John Wick). Theron is joined by James McAvoy (Split, X-Men: First Class), Sofia Boutella (The Mummy, Star Trek Beyond) and John Goodman (Transformers: The Last Knight, Patriots Day).

The thriller opened in July to number-four to an overcrowded box-office, but still pulled-in over $18M over opening weekend. The thriller opened behind “Dunkirk” from Warner Bros, “The Emoji Movie” from Sony Pictures, and “Girls Trip” from Universal Pictures. “Atomic Blonde” made over $51M domestically before going on to make over $94M worldwide.

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