After three months since the film was released in theaters and left fans divided over the overall presentation of the movie, Warner Bros. and DC Films have officially revealed the details and release dates for the digital and home video releases of "Justice League" - the fifth entry in the "DC Extended Universe" and one that finally unites heroes like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman in the big screen for the first time in live-action.
Via IGN, the film will be released digitally on February 13. Those looking forward to the 4K, Blu-Ray, and DVD releases will get it a month afterwards on March 13. There will be no extended edition sadly (despite fan petitions for a Snyder cut), instead there will be the usual assortment of special features and a couple of deleted scenes that were not included in the theatrical release. More specifics can be read up at IGN if you need a blow by blow of what's included, as well as the price guide for physical releases like the Blu-Ray combo pack seen above.
Also, here's the Blu-Ray trailer in case you need a tease of what's to come.