Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 digital, Blu-ray, and DVD release for the latest installment to Nia Vardalos’ long-running comedy franchise. This comes after the film made its theatrical release over a month ago. It earned a worldwide gross of $38 million, making it the lowest-grossing installment within the franchise.
When is the release date for My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 Digital, Blu-ray, & DVD?
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 will be available to purchase on digital, Blu-ray, and DVD starting on October 31. This home video release will include bonus features such as a gag reel and deleted and extended scenes.
Listed below are the rest of the bonus features included:
- ON SET WITH NIA VARDALOS – The MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING franchise comes full circle as writer and star Nia Vardalos adds a new role, and takes Toula’s ongoing adventure to another level, by taking a seat in the director’s chair.
- OPA! THE MAKING OF MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 3 – Enjoy even more fabulous fun with the Portokalos family as the cast and crew takes you to Greece for revealing behind-the-scenes interviews, sneak peeks of beautiful locations and inside stories on the film’s creation.
- WEDDING DRUM SONG – EXTENDED TAKE
- FEATURE COMMENTARY – with Writer/Director Nia Vardalos
“When Toula plans a trip to Greece to honor her late father Gus’ final wish, the family’s reunion becomes complicated with the reveal of a deep family secret,” reads the synopsis. “With non-stop laughter at every twist and turn, the highly anticipated third installment of the franchise brings a heartwarming reunion that honors the essence of what makes the original so unique.”
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 was written and directed by Vardalos, who has also reprise her iconic role as Toula in the threequel. Joining her are John Corbett (Sex and the City), Louis Mandylor (Desperate Housewives), Elena Kampouris (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2), Gia Carides (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Joey Fatone (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Maria Vacratsis (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again), Elias Kacavas (Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin), Lainie Kazan (Beaches), and Andrea Martin (Only Murders in the Building).
The film also featured the return of original producers Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman. It was executive produced by Vardalos, Paul Brooks, Scott Niemeyer, and Steven Shareshian.