Decided to take a stab at this myself, and I managed to get something that I think looks good. Not sure how accurate it is, but I made a LUT using a Blu-ray screenshot of the “Morning Routine” sequence and the 35mm trailer screenshot of the same frame with DrDre’s Color Matcher, and applied it to the whole film (except for the opening and closing logos), then adjusted the colors to make it look “right;” pretty much all I had to do with that was lower the reds slightly, though.
Here’s some comparisons:
http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/D6PPPNNX - Not an exact match, but a lot closer. Almost looks like the Blu-ray has a blue tint, to be honest, but I’m not quite sure if I’m really seeing that or if I’m imagining it.
http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/JM22CNNU - With this one, I’ve got a press image with noticeably different color timing from the official BD. My version doesn’t match that one exactly, barely looks similar honestly, but it looks a lot closer; leading me to believe I’m at least heading in the right direction.
http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/D6PZLNNX - Here’s a comparison from one of the live action scenes. I’m honestly the least sure of if this is accurate, but looking at this it definitely looks like the Blu-ray has a very slight blue tint. Not quite sure though; either way, the one with the LUT applied looks a lot more vibrant, in my opinion.
I’ve only experimented with the colors, so far, haven’t seen what it looks like with a grainplate applied yet.