Moviegoers who flocked to cinemas to see “Kong: Skull Island” will be happy to know that the film will soon be released on Blu-ray and IMAX 3D. Warner Bros. and Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ movie will get an artwork and special treatment this June. Its Blu-ray will feature a lot of extra goodies and accessories for fans, such as all deleted scenes.

It serves as the second installment in Legendary’s MonsterVerse, following “Godzilla” – and soon to be followed by two new films. “Godzilla: King of Monsters” is scheduled for 2019 and “Godzilla vs. Kong” will hit a theater near you in 2020. From this, we can assume that Vogt-Roberts is capable enough to jump start a new interconnected film franchise.

An official Blu-ray artwork

Per an announcement from Warner Bros., the official Blu-ray artwork will be released on June 20, 2017. It means the film will be made available in a variety of packs, including an Ultra HD Blu-ray pack, Blu-ray combo pack, DVD, and Blu-ray 3D combo pack.

Every package will consist of the full film, videos related to its characters, inside stories, and behind-the-camera scenes, as well as a couple of deleted scenes. “Kong: Skull Island” is set to release on 4K and DVD on July 18, 2017.

The film roars to massive opening

Kong: Skull Island” roared to a $23 million opening day in North America and China on Thursday. It grossed over $15 million on the first day, becoming one of the highest-grossing films this year. Internationally, the movie has hit $168 million, led by the United Kingdom with $15 million, South Korea with $12 million, and Mexico with $13 million.

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As of May 28, 2017, “Kong: Skull Island” has made over $168 million in the United States and Canada and $399 million in other countries against a budget of $185 million (excluding $135 million of international marketing). In the United States, the film was projected to gross over $56 million in its opening weekend from 3,759 screens.

In total, the film earned more than expected, defying the initial projection by 34 percent. In IMAX, it successfully grossed over $7.4 million from 380 theaters. In its second weekend, “Kong: Skull Island” made $29 million, finishing second at the box office behind “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $50 million in its second weekend.

The film features Tom Hiddleston, Jason Mitchell, John Goodman, Corey Hawkins, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Toby Kebbell, Jing Tian, Terry Notary, Thomas Mann, John Reilly and Shea Whigham.