Press Release PHE Press Release: Collateral (4k UHD)

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Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx Star in the Acclaimed Action-Thriller,
Arriving on 4K Ultra HD For the First Time

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COLLATERAL



4K UHD/Blu-ray™ Combo Arrives December 8, 2020



Director Michael Mann’s intense thriller COLLATERAL arrives on 4K Ultra HD for the first time ever when the new 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray Combo debuts December 8, 2020 from Paramount Home Entertainment.



Remastered under the supervision of the director, this new 4K Ultra HD presentation features HDR (High Dynamic Range) for more detail, brightness, vivid color, and greater contrast. The Blu-ray in the Combo Pack is also remastered, offering an exceptional viewing experience.

The 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray Combo includes access to a Digital copy of the film, as well as the following previously released bonus content:

  • o Commentary by Director Michael Mann
  • o City of Night: The Making of Collateral
  • o Special Delivery
  • o Deleted Scene with Commentary
  • o Shooting on Location: Annie’s Office
  • o Tom Cruise & Jamie Foxx Rehearse
  • o Visual FX: MTA Train


A stylish and compelling noir thriller, COLLATERAL received both critical and audience acclaim. Tom Cruise gives a chilling performance as Vincent, a cool, calculating contract killer at the top of his game. Jamie Foxx received an Academy Award® nomination* for his portrayal of Max, a cabbie with big dreams and little to show for it. The film showcases the actors as Max transports Vincent on his next job - one night, five stops, five hits and a getaway. And after this fateful night, neither man will ever be the same.


COLLATERAL 4K UHD/Blu-ray Combo
Street Date: December 8, 2020
U.S. Rating: R for violence and language

*Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, 2005


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I'm curious how this will look in UHD. I'm hesitant to say 4K UHD as this is a hybrid production with both 1080p and 2K cameras used in addition to 35mm and finished as a 2K DI. There are certain scenes that betray their video origins.
 

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I'm curious how this will look in UHD. I'm hesitant to say 4K UHD as this is a hybrid production with both 1080p and 2K cameras used in addition to 35mm and finished as a 2K DI. There are certain scenes that betray their video origins.
I keep seeing comments like that, but, I have a difficult time distinguishing such 4K UHD discs from those that are derived from native 4K material. If I'm at my normal sitting position in front of my 65" OLED and the disc is playing, generally, I can't tell a difference. Now, if I get up close to the screen and pay particular attention to a particular scene then I can see some differences.
 

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I keep seeing comments like that, but, I have a difficult time distinguishing such 4K UHD discs from those that are derived from native 4K material. If I'm at my normal sitting position in front of my 65" OLED and the disc is playing, generally, I can't tell a difference. Now, if I get up close to the screen and pay particular attention to a particular scene then I can see some differences.
When I say "betray their video origins", keep in mind that I'm referring to how they appear in motion. There's a textbook one of these in Once Upon a Time in Mexico, where Johnny Depp says he has to go shoot the cook and the handheld 1080p camera follows him into the kitchen as he does so. There's a resolution breakdown that clearly shows that RR is shooting digital, and there are several instances of this in Collateral, Miami Vice and Public Enemies.
 

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It's been a while since I've seen it, but I remember Collateral as having a very digital look, with a fair amount of video noise in the image, as Mann was pushing the technology, shooting mostly at night with minimal lighting.
 

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Nice to see a studio actually confirm the included blu-ray is also the remastered version, unlike the majority of studios who just toss in the old blu transfer and say nothing.
 

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