How to watch the new Transformers movie at home on a big screen (with a couple of caveats)

By the end of next week, the Transformers: Dark of the Moon will be available on Blu-ray, and it will feature an impressive array of additional extras.

But there are some important differences between the film on home video and its theatrical theatrical release.

First off, the film will be a theatrical release and not an extended cut.

You’ll have to watch it on a Blu-Ray disc, which has an extra 8 minutes of footage.

And if you’re looking for an extra bit of extra footage that you can’t see on Blu/Ray, you’ll need to buy a Blu/ray Disc + Digital Download Pass, which comes with all of the extras on DVD and Blu-rays, including a commentary track.

You can pick it up from your local movie theater or online, and the film is available on the Disney Store.

You also need to purchase the Deluxe Edition, which includes all the extras and a theatrical print of the film.

It will cost $199.99 and comes with a digital copy of the movie.

You also need an additional $39.99 to watch a BluRay copy of this movie on an HDTV.

But the Blu-Rays are getting a little harder to come by as of this week.

In fact, Disney is offering the film in HD only at select Disney Stores and in select theaters starting at 9 p.m.

PT on Monday.

So, if you want to get the full movie experience with the widest possible viewing options, you’re going to have to go out and grab it from your nearest Disney Store or select theater.

Disney Store and other Disney Store locations are offering it on the BluRay disc for $199 and the Digital Download option for $39, and they’ll start offering it later this week at select locations.

You could also buy a Digital Download pass for $24.99.

The Blu-RAY Disc+Digital Download Pass is going to be the most important part of this whole process.

The Deluxe Edition will only include the extended version of the Blu/ Ray Disc, which is what you’ll be getting on BluRay, but the Deluxe version will include the extra material and additional commentary track from the film’s theatrical release, and you can pick up it at the same time as you pick up the Blu Ray Disc and Digital Download options.

If you’re still having trouble finding it at your local store, Disney’s Blu- Ray Disc+ Digital Download passes will be shipping this week for $14.99 each and the Deluxe and Digital version will cost you $19.99, and $19 each for the two versions.

So you should pick them up as soon as you can.

The Digital Download is available only at Disney Store and select theaters.

The DVD version of Transformers: The Dark of The Moon will also be available at participating theaters this week, and that will include both the Extended Edition and the Standard Edition.

But unlike the Extended and Standard versions, the Extended edition will only be available to pre-order, and there will be no physical copies to be had.

The Extended edition of the Dark of Dark of Moon will include additional story material, including additional deleted scenes, additional character posters, and additional deleted audio and special effects.

You may also get bonus deleted scenes and new deleted scenes for additional $1.99 per episode.

So for example, you can get one of the Extended Editions for $9.99 (the Extended Edition will include all of these bonus scenes and special moments), or you could get one for $19 (the Standard Edition will also include all the bonus deleted sequences, special moments, and deleted audio).

The Standard Edition and Extended Edits will also feature bonus deleted audio, deleted special effects, and bonus deleted scene for $4.99 apiece, and so on.

The Standard Edition of Transformers Dark of Light of the Day is going live on April 22 at participating Walt Disney Parks and Resorts stores, and is available to buy now.

There’s also a limited edition of 25,000 units available, but you’ll have an additional 2,500 for $99.99 if you buy it in bulk, or you can add the Deluxe Editions to the deal for $49.99 ($149.99 for the Standard Editions and Extended Edition) or $69.99($149.96 for the Deluxe edition) or if you pick it Up to $99, it’s going to cost you a $7.99 shipping fee.

The standard edition is going up on April 24.

You’ll also be able to buy Transformers: Transformer Prime and Transformer Nemesis on digital download.

The Prime is $24 and the Nemesis is $39 (plus $6.99) on digital, but both of them are also available to purchase for $5 each.

Both of these will come with the Deluxe Digital and Extended Digital versions, and both of those versions will come to the DisneyStore as well.

The Deluxe Digital version of Transformer Dark of Day