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Adam Tyner

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  1. It's a Wonderful Life is coming October 29th.
  2. A few additions/updates: Brightburn has a U.S. release date - August 20th. Amazon and a few other retailers listed Casino for September 10th. It looks like Luc Besson's Anna is coming out on September 24th. Not that anyone but me gets excited about DC's animated titles, but Batman: Hush is coming August 6th, a Death/Return of the Superman collection on October 1st, and Wonder Woman: Bloodlines on October 22nd. And I know that individual releases of the Batman tetralogy are out now, but a less expensive box set is arriving September 17th.
  3. German label Turbine Media Group has announced that they're releasing The Princess Bride on UHD BD (and in Dolby Vision!). MGM's hard work isn't going to waste. Hopefully Silence of the Lambs isn't too far behind.
  4. ...although it looks like there may be some backpedaling from the posts on blu-ray.com's forums, and these might just be traditional BDs in steelbooks, and the 4K listings are a mistake? Also, because the Friday remake is getting a steelbook release, there seem to be suspicions that it's the remake rather than the original coming to UHD BD, if there's a 4K release at all. Ugh, what a mess. The perils of early foreign retailer listings, I guess!
  5. A Spanish retailer is listing The Exorcist, the original Friday the 13th, Beetlejuice, and Salem's Lot as coming to Ultra HD Blu-ray in time for Halloween. Presumably Friday the 13th will not find its way to the U.S., though, as that's handled by Paramount in my neck of the woods.
  6. A flood of Pixar titles is on the way: Brave, Cars, Cars 2, The Good Dinosaur, Finding Dory, Finding Nemo, and Inside Out. Best Buy is getting exclusive steelbooks. Being released in early-to-mid November alongside Toy Story 4. That just leaves Up, WALL-E, A Bug's Life, and the two Monsters Inc. flicks.
  7. I put The 7th Voyage of Sinbad as my write-in.
  8. Sony has a poll going so that folks like us can help guide their Ultra HD Blu-ray release slate: https://secure.sonypictures.com/movies/sweepstakes/ui/sphe/polls/4k/?hs308=4KU003D
  9. The remaining MCU titles -- Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy -- are showing up as pre-orders from at least one German retailer for October 10th. I'd imagine we'll see 'em over here around the same time. Maleficent is arriving on the same day.
  10. Kino Lorber is moving forward with an Ultra HD Blu-ray release of the Dollars trilogy (although it'll be a while):
  11. Not that I’ve heard. Paramount hasn’t shown any interest in releasing titles from this era on the format. Heck, I believe they only have 2 pre-‘90s titles, and they’re the usual sequel/remake/anniversary tie-ins.
  12. It’s gonna be in one of those cardboard promo things, so I’d imagine there’ll be a couple of copies even in the all-but-de-media-fied stores. The Best Buy near me still had a huge home video section the last time I went, but the one by my family back home has been gutted to near-nothing, and it definitely sucks.
  13. Update on Hannibal's performance and what the near-future of UHD BD (or, well, lack of it) looks to hold for KLSC:
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