I'm not sure how many people feel the same way, but I was very disappointed to see that Warner Home Video have no plans to re-release Superman The Movie on Blu-Ray or release Superman II (theatrical version) on Blu-Ray. Their response was along the lines of "...been there, done that to great success 2 years ago." As Superman Returns was recently given a BD re-release (with lossless audio replacing the lossy version) - why does this classic film get left on the sidelines? The Ultimate Superman Collection (in 2006) was a dream for DVD owners, but surely it cannot be as good as a well thought out and solid Blu-Ray release? For those of us who would like to see the first 2 Christopher Reeve movies released properly on Blu-Ray, with good encodes, lossless audio and in their original theatrical versions, show your support here on this thread! To Warner Home Video: Superman The Movie was given a fresh master for the theatrical version on DVD in 2006, and it looks fantastic. Lossless audio is part of the hi-def experience, but unfortunately the Blu-Ray released in 2006 of Superman The Movie had a lossy soundtrack. I'm sure it would please many fans if you would consider releasing the Christopher Reeve Superman films on Blu-Ray, with the same attention to detail as was given to 'The Shining', '2001: A Space Odyssey' and 'Blade Runner.' Thank you for your time!