During the discussion Warners mentioned that the new Kubrick SE discs will be released in 16:9, which I am extremely grateful. Then they mentioned that the aspect ratio will be 1.77. I'm wondering why they chose that ratio, when in at least two books (The Stanley Kubrick Archives being one) There is a photo of the real "Overlook Hotel" with notes on it by Kubrick himself. His notes were for the second unit shooting in Oregon. It reads "THE FRAME IS EXACTLY 1-1:85 obviously you compose for that but protect the full 1-1:33 area" It clearly shows that Kubrick composed "The Shining" for 1:1.85, so why is Warner's choosing 1.77. Anyone know the answer? Thanks.