Disney and Pixar’s Soul is finally coming home 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital March 23 — and here is the full bonus features list.
Disney Pixar’s Soul is a film that will have viewers ready to embrace life and live every day to the fullest. With quite a bit of humor Soul is still a deep movie. One that feels like it is more made for adults, but still one that kids will still certainly enjoy. If you don’t have Disney+ and have missed out on this gem of a film, now is the chance to own it for yourself, as it comes home March 23rd.
Disney and Pixar’s Soul Bonus Features
My favorite thing about home releases is that you get a ton of incredible bonus features — and the home release of Disney and Pixar’s Soul is no different! Good bonus features often help you understand and appreciate the film more, which is why I am such a sucker for deleted scenes and audio commentary.
- Deleted Scenes
- Introduction – Writer Mike Jones and story supervisor Kristen Lester introduce the Soul deleted scenes.
- Mentor Orientation – Joe sneaks into the You Seminar Mentor Program orientation, trying to figure out how on earth he can get back to…Earth.
- Clubhouse Forgery – Joe follows 22 into her “secret lair” as she reluctantly agrees to help him find his way back to Earth.
- Home Lessons – Stuck inside Joe’s body, 22 clumsily attempts to help the downstairs neighbor.
- Living the Dream – Joe has a heart-to-heart with 22 about her fear of living on Earth, then tries to make his way back home via a dream portal.
- Press Shot – Joe, stuck in a cat’s body, and 22, stuck in Joe’s body, take the subway to the jazz club for a publicity photography session.
- Audio Commentary – View the film with audio commentary by director Pete Docter, co-director/writer Kemp Powers and producer Dana Murray.
- Not Your Average Joe – See the thought and care that went into crafting Joe and his story in Pixar’s first film to feature a Black leading character.
- Astral Taffy – Get an in-depth look at the artistry and technical innovation that went into creating the sets and characters of Soul’s world.
- Pretty Deep for a Cartoon – The filmmakers tackle big questions, such as: Where does a newborn’s personality come from? What’s the meaning of life? And more!
- Into the Zone: The Music and Sound of Soul – Explore the movie’s different sonic worlds and discover how music drives and adds specificity to Joe’s journey.
- Soul, Improvised – See how the Pixar Systems team and Soul’s crew managed to finish the film on schedule during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Jazz Greats – Giants of the jazz world who consulted on Soul share their passion and hard-won wisdom about what music is and does for us all.
*bonus features may vary by retailer and product
About Disney and Pixar’s Soul
Jamie Foxx leads an all-star cast in this hilarious, heart-filled adventure. Disney and Pixar’s Soul introduces Joe, who lands the gig of his life at the best jazz club in town. But one misstep lands Joe in a fantastical place: The Great Before. There, he teams up with soul 22 (Tina Fey), and together they find the answers to some of life’s biggest questions.
- Jamie Foxx as the voice of Joe Gardner
- Tina Fey as the voice of 22
- Phylicia Rashad as the voice of Libba
- Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson as the voice of Curley
- Angela Bassett as the voice of Dorothea
- Daveed Diggs as the voice of Paul
- Graham Norton as the voice of Moonwind
- Rachel House as the voice of Terry
- Alice Braga as the voice of Counselor Jerry
- Richard Ayoade as the voice of Counselor Jerry
- Wes Studi as the voice of Counselor Jerry
- Fortune Feimster as the voice of Counselor Jerry
- Zenobia Shroff as the voice of Counselor Jerry
- Donnell Rawlings as the voice of Dez
- June Squibb as the voice of Gerel
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Tessa Smith is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations including the Hollywood Critics Association and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association.