The first season of CBS All Access’ “Star Trek: Picard” hits limited-edition Blu-ray, DVD and Steelbook today (October 6) and we’re serving up a behind-the-scenes clip highlighting the cool weapons and accessories created for the “Star Trek” spin-off series.
Fortified with the 10 chapters of Picard’s first season, plus the “Star Trek: Short Treks” episode “Children of Mars”, both home video collections are loaded with special features and bonus material illuminating the rousing return of Jean-Luc Picard in “Star Trek”. “universe.
Check out our exclusive clip from the ‘Picard Props’ featurette, as Prop Master Jeffrey Lombardi discusses the joy of crafting guns and weapons for ‘Picard’ and shows off the bells and whistles of a sleek Federation 2399 Rifle Starfleet.
Here’s the full list of additional goodies included in “Star Trek: Picard” on Blu-ray/DVD, courtesy of CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment.
10 behind-the-scenes features
Manage – The co-creators and Patrick Stewart discuss the iconic character’s return to the screen, including what was compelling enough to warrant it and the obstacles they had to overcome to get there.
Commentary: Episode 101: Memory – Executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Akiva Goldsman and Michael Chabon, supervising producer Kirsten Beyer and director Hanelle M. Culpepper comment on episode 1 of “Star
The motley crew – Working outside of Starfleet, Picard gathers his crew from across the galaxy. This special file focuses on the actors and characters who will travel aboard La Sirena.
Aliens Alive: The xBs – A glimpse into the creative process behind the xBs of “Star
Trek: Picard,” alongside Senior Creature Designer Neville Page, Vincent Van Dyke and his Prosthetics Studio Team, and Head of Makeup and Prosthetics James MacKinnon on the process from debut to stage.
Picardy accessories – Property Master Jeffrey Lombardi takes fans on a guided tour of the many props created for “Star Trek: Picard” Season 1.
Prepare me – Production designer Todd Cherniawsky serves as a guide for major milestones in “Star Trek: Picard,” including La Sirena, Picard’s Study, and the Borg Cube. Cherniawsky, supervising art director Iain McFadyen and set designer Lisa Alkofer also discuss different designs for the show.
Star Trek: Short Treks: Children of Mars – Twelve-year-old classmates Kima and Lil find themselves at odds with each other on a day that will change their lives forever.
Besides deleted scenes and a blooper reel, other bonus material added for the Blu-ray includes commentary for “Star Trek: Short Treks: Children of Mars”, with executive producer Alex Kurtzman and co-writers Jenny Lumet and Kirsten Beyer.
“Star Trek: Picard Season One” hits stores on October 6.
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