I don't understand why you want it on real vinyl. If you want vinyl sound - pass it through a "vinylization" digital post processing to add more noise (-55dB or so), 3% of non-linear distortion, random clicks and non-flat frequency response. Add some rumble for the warped LP. That's it. No need to have a real disk.
Preferably I'd want it on DVD-Audio with a 24bit/96hz 5.1 mix, but seeing as how the movie is doing at the box office my hopes were for at a least vinyl release from the original source and then I could do my own 24bit/96hz FLAC conversion without wearing out the vinyl itself.
1. With the mediocre (compared to digital delivery) SNR of vinyl, even 16 bits of CD is overkill for digitizing of an LP. 2. Regarding 24/96kHz, see this article: http://people.xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html