Tim Burton’s Big Fish Getting The 4K Treatment

The 4K ‘upgrade’ continues in movie world and Tim Burton fans might want to add this to their collection. In May Tim Burton’s enchanting fantasy drama Big Fish is available for the first time on 4K Ultra HD courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

The Oscar nominated film tells the story  stars Ewan McGregor as Edward Bloom  a man with big passions for tall tales.  We also meet Edward as an old man (played by Albert Finney) whose son  attempts to find the mystery behind his old man and adventures he led as an young man.

 The film follows Edward Bloom (Ewan McGregor) a man of big appetites, enormous passions and tall tales. In his later years, Edward (played by Albert Finney) remains a huge mystery to his son, William (Billy Crudup). Now, to get to know the real man, Will begins piecing together a true picture of his father from flashbacks of his amazing adventures in this marvel of a movie.

Starring Ewan McGregor (T2 Trainspotting, TV’s “Fargo”),  Albert Finney (Erin BrockovichThe Bourne Legacy), Billy Crudup (Almost Famous, Watchmen), Jessica Lange (TV’s “American Horror Story”, Tootsie), Helena Bonham Carter (TV’s “The Crown, Ocean’s Eight), Alison Lohman (White Oleander), Robert Guillaume (The Lion King), Marion Cotillard (Le Vie En Rose, Inception), with Steve Buscemi (Fargo, The Death of Stalin) and Danny DeVito (Jumanji The Next LevelMatilda).


  • Newly Remastered in 4K resolution from the original camera negative, with HDR10
  • All-new Dolby Atmos audio + original theatrical 5.1 audio


  • Feature presented in HD, sourced from the new 4K master
  • Tim Burton Audio Commentary, Moderated by Mark Salisbury
  • The Character’s Journey
    • Edward Bloom at Large
    • Amos at the Circus
    • Fathers and Sons
  • The Filmmaker’s Path
    • Tim Burton: Storyteller
    • A Fairytale World
    • Creature Features
    • The Author’s Journey
  • Original Cast Interviews & Behind the Scenes
  • Easter Eggs
  • Theatrical Trailer

Big Fish will be released on 4K Ultra HD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment from 3rd May.