Sony Pictures Home Entertainment takes a journey to the future with SPACE STATION 76, available now on Digital HD and releasing on DVD Sept. 30.
This space-age dramedy takes a twist on the future with a 1970’s flare, including groovy tunes and wide-leg pants. With over-the-top personalities on board, chaos ensues on the Omega 76 as a
brand-new assistant captain comes aboard (Liv Tyler). The film is directed by actor/producer
Jack Plotnick, and also stars Patrick Wilson (Insidious Franchise), Jerry O’Connell (“Veronica Mars”) and Matt Bomer (Magic Mike).
Bonus features on the SPACE STATION 76 DVD include outtakes with the cast and crew,
as well as all-new deleted scenes. Fans of the cast can also enjoy “Zero Gravity: Making
Space Station 76,” a 12-minute featurette in which filmmakers, cast and crew recount what it
was like to work on this film.
Welcome to a 1970s’ version of the future, where the pants are wide, the music is groovy, and the new frontier is interplanetary. When a new assistant captain (Liv Tyler) arrives on the Omega 76,
tensions spark, and more than asteroids collide. This smart and quirky film-festival favorite also
stars Patrick Wilson, Jerry O’Connell and Matt Bomer.
Bonus Features Include:
- Deleted Scenes
- “Zero Gravity: Making Space Station 76” featurette
SPACE STATION 76 has a run time of about 95 minutes & is rated R for sexuality including graphic nudity, language and some drug use.