Courtesy of High Def Digest:
| Warner Announces 'Dirty Dozen,' 'Enter the Dragon' for Blu-ray |
Thu Mar 01, 2007 at 01:14 AM ET
Warner Home Entertainment will bring two new titles to Blu-ray on April 17, when it debuts the action classics 'The Dirty Dozen' and 'Enter the Dragon.'
Each release will feature identical tech specs to their already-released HD DVD counterparts, including 1080p/VC-1-encoded video transfers, and remastered Dolby Digital 5.1 surround tracks at 640kbps.
Supplements will also be consistent, with 'Enter the Dragon' containing multiple documentaries, audio commentary and rare archival footage. 'Dirty Dozen' will also include a new retrospective featurette, as well as 'The Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission,' a made-for-television sequel presented in its entirety.
Both titles are making their Blu-ray debuts several months after they first hit HD DVD. Their arrival sees Warner continue to make good on their promise to eventually issue all titles on both next-gen formats; currently, the studio's total Blu-ray offerings lag a bit behind HD DVD, a gap which is expected to be eliminated by the end of 2007.
Retail price for each title is a suggested $28.95 list.