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Ultramarine the Movie's official release information along with a couple videos, prices, release dates, and a new bonus feature clip.


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Here is the Official Release Information

Everything you’re hoping to see in a 40K film...
It should be played loud, watched with friends and followed up by a night of gaming!”
 - Ain’t It Cool News
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ULTRAMARINES™
A WARHAMMER® 40,000® MOVIE

On Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital Download March 5, 2013
From Anchor Bay Entertainment

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – On March 5th, Anchor Bay Entertainment proudly releases the Sci-Fi CGI animated film Ultramarines™ on Blu-ray™, DVD and digital download. This is the first-ever feature length movie interpretation of the internationally successful Warhammer® 40,000® Universe. The film stars the voices of Terence Stamp (Superman II, Wanted), Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers, Event Horizon) and John Hurt (Alien, Hellboy) and contains over 45 minutes of bonus features including Into The Void: Making of Ultramarines™, Between Chaos & Darkness: The World Of The Space Marines, Creating the Daemon and a cool Ultramarines™ “prequel” animated onscreen graphic novel.

It is 41st Millennium, and the only force that stands between humanity and alien hordes are the Space Marines. Genetically enhanced, clad in power armour and knowing no fear they are the angels of death. And the greatest of them are the Ultramarines™. But when a select squad of scarred veterans and raw recruits responds to a distant planet’s distress beacon, they’ll discover that a horrific evil has been unleashed. And amidst a living nightmare of chaos, carnage and daemonic fury, these steel battle-brothers must now survive the ultimate enemy: Themselves.

Created by Games Workshop®, Warhammer® 40,000® has been developed into a series of successful video games and futuristic novels from its roots as the most successful tabletop wargame in the world, Ultramarines™ is the Warhammer® 40,000® universe as you’ve never been able to experience it before. So get ready and suit up for a thrilling battle in a brand new world, because this time it’s for real - it’s not just a game anymore.

About Anchor Bay Entertainment
Anchor Bay Entertainment is the home entertainment division of Starz Media, LLC. It includes the Anchor Bay Films and Manga Entertainment brands. It distributes feature films, children’s entertainment, fitness, TV series, documentaries, anime and other filmed entertainment on Blu-ray™ and DVD formats. Headquartered in Beverly Hills, CA, Anchor Bay Entertainment has offices in Troy, MI, as well as Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Starz Media (www.starzmedia.com) is an operating unit of Starz, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation.

About Games Workshop®
Games Workshop® Group PLC (LSE:GAW.L) is based in Nottingham, UK. Games Workshop designs, manufactures, retails, and distributes its range of Warhammer® and Warhammer® 40,000® games, miniature soldiers, novels and model kits through more than 400 of its own Hobby centres, the Internet and independent retail channels in more than 50 countries worldwide. Further details on the company can be obtained at www.games-workshop.com

UltramarinesTM: A Warhammer® 40,000® Movie © 2009, 2010 Games Workshop Ltd. GW, Games Workshop, the Games Workshop logo, Space Marine, Ultramarines, 40K, Warhammer, 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Device, the Double-headed Eagle device and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products, illustrations and images from the Ultramarines movie and the Warhammer 40,000 universe are either ®, ™ and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2010, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world, and used under license. All Rights Reserved


FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Tim Williams
Sue Procko Public Relations
310-8360-6200
tim@spprinc.com
Ultramarines™– Blu-ray™
Street Date: March 5, 2013
Pre-book: February 6, 2013
Cat. #: BD60093
UPC: 0 1313260093280
Run Time: 77 minutes
Rating: Rated R
SRP: $24.99
Format: 1.78:1/16x9
Audio: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH and Spanish


Ultramarines™ - DVD
Street Date: March 5, 2013
Pre-book: February 6, 2013
Cat. #: DV60092
UPC: 01313260092580
Run Time: 77 minutes
Rating: Rated R
SRP: $19.98
Format: 1.78:1/16x9
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH and Spanish



20 Comments:

  1. Smufs the greatest marines....... lmao!!!!!!!

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  2. Meh. Not a touch on lord inquisitor.

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  3. Its on Youtube for free for ages!

    anybody wasting money on this pile of....is a idiot :D

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    1. Anyone who do not steal is idiot? How twisted you are...

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    2. Not at all, I bought the limited edition first release version because that's what I do but I would never recommend buying it to anyone I'd either lend it or just tell them to download it.

      Watching something on youtube isn't stealing btw you have not appropriated something from someone else.

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    3. Piracy is not stealing, it's piracy

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  4. Did they finally realize that the 'limited edition' boxed set was the only addition, and that nobody was buying it?

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  5. It's not that bad of a movie but I would not pay $20 for it.

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  6. Anyone who wants to see an animated Warhammer film and yet doesn't support this is daft.

    It's not the greatest film ever and was made with next to no budget and hardly any financial support from GW themselves. If you want better then show GW that there is a market for their animated releases. It IS that simple.

    You can't really compare this to Lord Inquisitor. The LI team have the immense luxury of having no pressure from investors wanting a profit, no release deadline to keep, no employees to pay and no named actors to hire/schedule/look after. Yes, Erasmus is immensely talented to get the results that he has off his own back, but the guy has all the time in the world to get his personal project finished without interference or financial/corporate pressure as it's non-profit and the only deadlines are ones he has the freedom to impose himself.

    Cut the Codex team some slack and engage the brain before posting. Supporting this is a good thing, if you want to see more and better.

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    1. I think it's quite silly to pay money for a product that you're not interested in, in the hopes that they release a product you're looking for in the future.

      For example: I'm not interested in a movie about Ultramarines, let alone this one. If I paid for this in the hopes of supporting the developers, that could end up just telling them that I want to see more Ultramarines videos.

      To put it simply, support these guys if you're interested in what they're making thus far, and you're interested in this movie. If you're not interested or convinced so far, don't.

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    3. Or, on the flip-side, GW will realize they can release cheap animations with poor voice-acting, and people will snap it up anyways. Not sure I agree with your logic on this one.

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    4. Its not big budget and with little more than verbal support from GW, people expect too much. For what it was, its not bad, and I had gotten the limited edition for a friend as a gift. Me and my friends will get the dvd for the additional stuff as well. If that makes fools, so be it.

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  7. Whats taken them so long for a general release?
    Look if it werent dated and available to watch or download all over the web I could be compeled to buy it. Whatever you think of the movie is one thing, GW finding a distributer for a 2 yr old movie is spectacular.

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  8. I got this when it came out origanally. but for the prices listed above is ridiculous, in my local supermarket you can get newer and better products for cheaper with as much content if not more. I know they want to maximise profits but they did this 2yrs ago. They really need to up the stakes and commission a new film with a cinema release along with it think something other than marines vs marines and obviously no tyrannids (starship troopers). they have so many options but no imagination when it comes to this media.

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  9. Ahh the smurfs are soo pretty in their blue armor.

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    1. And they will be sold in a special pack with three Blue Ray: "Avatar", "The Smurf", "Space Marine" and a free CD of "Blue Man Group".

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  10. i think i watched this like a year or two ago. i was super excited about it, then it turned out to be boring as all get out. i understand this was a budget movie but that doesnt mean it has to be boring.

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  11. i think i watched this like a year or two ago. i was super excited about it, then it turned out to be boring as all get out. i understand this was a budget movie but that doesnt mean it has to be boring.

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