Full Details - Ghosts of the Abyss

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  1. Patrick Mirza

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    Disc One -

    60 min Original Theatrical Version & 90 min Extended Cut Including Unseen Footage (1.78:1 Anamorphic, DD 5.1)

    Disc Two -

    "Reflections From The Deep" Documentary
    "The ROV Experience" Multi-Angle Feature (choose from different cameras as you dive to the ocean floor and ultimately view the grand staircase)

    Studio: Buena Vista
    Due: 4.27.04
    Retail: $29.99
     
  2. PaulP

    PaulP Producer

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    Loved both The Abyss and Titanic, so this should be interesting. No commentary though? Seeing as how Cameron has a newfound enjoyment of commentaries I was hoping for one. I'm not complaining but it sounds rather thin for a 2-disc set... Looking forward to the cover art.
     
  3. Paul Chi

    Paul Chi Stunt Coordinator

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    Now that The Ghosts of the Abyss is set for a release, any news about a Titanic SE?
     
  4. Steve Phillips

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    No field sequential 3-D version? [​IMG]
     
  5. greg_t

    greg_t Screenwriter

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    Sweet! I'll be picking this up.
     
  6. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    If it had been Image releasing this thing it probably would have had a flat version and a field sequential version AND DTS.

    Dan
     
  7. oscar_merkx

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    good news indeed
     
  8. Chad R

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    If it's not the 3-D version it's not original. If they can do it for Spy Kids 3-D why not for this?
     
  9. Neil_Duffy

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    I agree, where is the 3-d version. It will still be interesting to seea gain, but surly it won't be as fun!
     
  10. Steve Phillips

    Steve Phillips Screenwriter

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    Well, SPY KIDS is much easier because they used the lame but simple red/blue anaglyph format, even in theatres.

    GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS was distributed in 35mm polarized 3-D and in IMAX 3-D, which isn't so simple to do at home.

    There may be a special edition which includes Cameron's preferred 3-D version (likely using field sequential format which requires shutter glasses) in the future, especially if he shoots his planned 3-D feature this fall. That is, if the lame brained 3-D remake of HOUSE OF WAX doesn't kill 3-D off first!
     
  11. Jesse Skeen

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    No 3-D, No Sale!!
     
  12. Artur Meinild

    Artur Meinild Screenwriter

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    Great! I'm getting this!
     
  13. GregK

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    What a shame, given Cameron spent so much time getting those stereoscopic ocean floor shots of the Titanic. Man those look great in 3-D!
     
  14. Oswald Pascual

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    NO 3D NO SALE!
    I want to see this movie in it's original dimension! [​IMG]
     

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