The Blu-Ray package is actually different from the cinematic poster. If anything, it makes the film look even more like Blue Jasmine. It makes an effort to highlight more than just Kate Winslet, with Jim Belushi, Juno Temple and Justin Timberlake appearing.
There is actually special features – a featurette with the cast and crew. In the last several years, Allen’s disc releases have come with some sort of short featurette.
The DVD and Blu-Ray is now listed on Amazon US for pre-order. The film is distributed by Amazon Studios, so the digital release will likely be focussed on their Prime Video service. No word yet on releases from other countries.