Prometheus Blu-ray extras leaked, Second Screen app and 15 minutes of deleted scenes included

Even though Ridley Scott’s Prometheus is still in theaters, the Blu-ray has been available for pre-order before the movie even came out. We didn’t know what exactly were the extra benefits for ordering the Blu-ray was, but Amazon France has just revealed all of them.

 The main reason is the 15 minutes of deleted scenes/extra content. Unfortunately, you will not be able to watch the main movie with these scenes reinserted. Other features include a director’s commentary, plenty of in-depth making-of clips, and a Second Screen iPad app. The release date is set for October 9th. Check out the trailer below if you have yet to see the movie. Let us know if you’re excited for the Prometheus Blu-ray package.

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