Let's hope. I'm also hoping they will include Lawrence Kasdan's Grand Canyon, his 1990's ensemble dramedy about living in Los Angeles, featuring Kevin Kline, Danny Glover, Steve Martin, Alfre Woodard, Mary McDonnell, and a teenage Jeremy Sisto. This was made at Fox.Wonder if this will include the big 80's comedies Ruthless People, Outrageous Fortune, and Down & Out in Beverly Hills?
I wonder if 12 O'clock High would be coming? It did just land on Prime.
The Best Things in Life Are Free would top my list.I hoping for some classic Fox films,
Drat! Now, I'm going to have to look up what "cromulent" means?
First, this deal does NOT include 4K Ultra HD titles.
This deal also does not include new content, new transfers, or new remasters.
The total number of titles to expect is in the 100-200 range.
These are largely deep catalog tiles only.(Think tiles like: Mystery Alaska, In the Army Now, Transporter 2, Houseguest, etc.)
I know there will be people getting their hopes up that some obscure one season drama from 1957 gets released...
Count me in for this also, along with Amos Burke Secret Agent if that would be possible.Burke's Law Season 2.
Too bad, sounds like Dollar Tree fodder.Some more details from the Digital Bits that seem to confirm my earlier guess:
Too bad, sounds like Dollar Tree fodder.
Our hopes quickly dashedToo bad, sounds like Dollar Tree fodder.
So the no "new transfers" would knock out the hopes of some TV shows upgrading to Blu-ray then? Or would something they have an existing HD transfer of not fall into that category?Some more details from the Digital Bits that seem to confirm my earlier guess:
The Digital Bits announcement also states:So the no "new transfers" would knock out the hopes of some TV shows upgrading to Blu-ray then? Or would something they have an existing HD transfer of not fall into that category?
Titles that were previously released on DVD will be re-issued on DVD, and titles previously issued on Blu-ray will be re-released on Blu-ray—there will be no format upgrades.
So basically, unless you missed out on something out of print, this is nothing to get excited over.The Digital Bits announcement also states: