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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Patrick Mirza, Feb 13, 2004.
No specs or release date yet, unfortunately.
I suspect Miramax will wait to see how well Cold Mountain does at this month's Oscars before they announce a release date. There's a very strong likelihood of Renee Zellweger taking home the best supporting actress Oscar.
Wow, that's 2 minutes in Photoshop well-spent...
How about this, but without the faces:
I think that's a GREAT cover. I love the colors they used.
But the first cover for Gangs of New York was good too. Expect this to change. There will be a critic quote on the bottom, a "7 nominations!" banner taking up 20 percent of the image, and bigger heads.
Jesus christ, anybody else freaking tired of them freaking up the cover art to the movies.... Jesus, just give the original theatrical poster for gods sake..... Ok I am done...
Top one IS the original poster art; at least, it's the poster we have on display @ my theatre.
Yeah, it's one of the poster's I've seen around. I'd expect a critic's quote in the black area at the bottom.
Here are the full specs copy and pasted from our site:
'This two disc release will be available to own from the 29th June this year for around $29.99. The film will be presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen along with both English Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1 Surround tracks. Extras will include two audio commentaries with director/writer Anthony Minghella, actors Jude Law and Nicole Kidman, and the film’s legendary editor Walter Murch. Also up for grabs are deleted scenes, the documentary Climbing Cold Mountain, a behind the scenes special entitled A Journey to Cold Mountain and a number of special live performances based on the film from UCLA's Royce Hall, which includes music from Alison Krauss, Sting and Jack White. Finally, you can expect conversations with the musicicians and a storyboard to film comparison.'
'Cold Mountain' was 2.35:1 scope, hope that's a misprint.
Can't be NOT a misprint - with a director's audiocommentary it would be just wild to re-frame it afterwards! Darn, this was the greatest cinematography of 2003, or of the 2000s?