‘Breaking In’ Due in Unrated Director’s Cut on Digital July 24, Disc Aug. 7 From Universal

The action thriller Breaking In will arrive as an unrated director’s cut on digital (including Movies Anywhere) July 24 and on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and On Demand Aug. 7 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

In the film, a mother (Gabrielle Union), locked out of the house by a group of ruthless intruders, must summon every bit of her strength and smarts to save her children who are trapped inside. Directed by James McTeigue, the film also stars Billy Burke, Ajiona Alexus (“13 Reasons Why,” Acrimony) and Seth Carr (Black Panther).

The film earned $42.4 million at the domestic box office.

Bonus features include:

  • An alternate opening at the gas station with commentary by director McTeigue and scriptwriter Ryan Engle;
  • “One Bad Mother”;
  • “A Filmmaker’s Eye,” in which the crew explores director McTeigue’s vision and style;
  • “A Lesson in Kicking Ass,” a behind-the-scenes look at how physically demanding the role of Shaun was for Union;
  • “A Hero Evolved,” an account of how leading roles are shifting to embrace the qualities that more diverse actors can bring to the table;
  • Deleted and extended scenes; and
  • Feature commentary by McTeigue and Engle.

Unrated ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Coming to Digital April 24, Disc May 8

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will release Fifty Shades Freed through digital retailers April 24, and on Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray May 8.

The conclusion to the “Fifty Shades” trilogy stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as newlyweds Christian and Ana exploring new levels of their relationship after their sexually charged past. The film earned nearly $100 million at the domestic box office.

The home video version includes both the ‘R’-rated theatrical version and an unrated version.

Extras include a deleted scenes, “The Final Climax” behind-the-scenes featurettes, and the featurette “Christian & Ana By Jamie & Dakota,” in which the actors look back at their characters.

Digital and Blu-ray-exclusive bonus materials include music videos and a conversation between actor Eric Johnson and “Fifty Shades” novelist EL James.