When on Earth is Paramount/ Warner ever going to release Franco Zeffirelli's acclaimed Oscar-winning 1968 version of "Romeo & Juliet" to Blu-ray? It's 40th and 45th anniversaries have already passed. I realise the major studios aren't so into releasing catalog titles as they were, due to various factors, but we all know that the great segment of the population that is under 35-45 years of age is pretty much their number one target, and this film on Blu-ray would likely do darn good business among said target group (IMO, it would also help if they retained the DVD cover art). They can't say that this wouldn't sell at least fairly well among younger people, especially those college-age film lovers and, well, lovers in general.
This was the first film version to use actors who were actually close in age to the very young title characters - which is half the reason it was so immediately popular with youth - and although there have been successful newer versions with young stars, this is probably still the best. So why, after 14 years, is still only available on DVD?