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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Heathen, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. Heathen

    Heathen Stunt Coordinator

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    ... on the first multi-disc Blu-Ray or HD-DVD non-TV set?

    My bet's on "Terminator 2". We still need the Super-Duper Ultra Extreme Edition...


    ... on the first TV product for either Blu-Ray or HD-DVD?

    My bet's on "24" from Fox....
     
  2. TravisR

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    I'd bet HBO will release The Sopranos before any other shows come out. I also think TV shows will take a loooooooong time to actually come out in any serious quantity.

    And shouldn't there not even be a multi disc sets? Unless there's an insane amount of extras. Or if they just want you to think that you're getting more for the price they'll charge. [​IMG]
     
  3. Paul_Scott

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    i'll bet that the first double dip will be on Blu-ray.
     
  4. Mark Zimmer

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    Given we're talking Sony/Columbia, that one's a given. A massive back catalogue, and all they can do is rerelease the same tired titles again and again.
     
  5. Jesse Skeen

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    It'll probably be a Disney title- Full Color Character Artwork On Disc!
     
  6. Heathen

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    A double-dip is different than a multi-disc set... however, my guess is that T2 will be the first multi-disc set, and if so, then it will be double-dip if they do in fact release it soon as announced.
     
  7. TonyD

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    i think green mile has been announced as a 2 disc.
    i'm trying to find the link but cant come up with it.

    i saw it in one of the lists.

    i guess not, cant find it.
     
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    If not Green Mile my guess would be either King Kong or the LOTR trilogy (if it appears). Since Paramount has announced they'll release on HD-DVD as well as BD, I'm really hoping for Titanic!!!
     
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    WB's Superman Box Set on HD DVD.
     
  10. TonyD

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    suprised that Batman Begins wouldn't be a 2 disc set.

    Looking forward to The Searchers in June- hope the catalog shuffling doesn't push that one back too far.
     

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