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Kent K H

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I'm not that wild about it, either. But if you look at the two (exterior and interior) images tweeted, they both say "Concept Not Final".
Which is fair. But if they put it out in the wild, I'm guessing it's pretty far along.
 

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I streamed Pulp Fiction from Prime in HD recently, I hadn't seen it in years, and enjoyed the movie enough to buy the Blu-ray (that got excellent reviews back in the day). I hope Paramount doesn't mess up the 4K.
 

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My only question about this 4k is Tarantino actually approving or supervising this since he has made comments about his distaste for 4k and films that were shot on film being remastered to have a digital look.
He’s against digital projection in cinemas but is fine with it in the home, so hopefully he’ll oversee the disc.
 

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Who owns Pulp Fiction and the rest of Miramax's library these days since Miramax itself isn't around anymore?

I think someone said in another thread that Paramount is releasing this.
Paramount Global (formerly Viacom CBS) is the majority owner of Miramax now and holds distribution rights for the Miramax catalogue. Recent Miramax releases like Scream (or 5cream if you prefer, though not official) carried an “A Viacom CBS BeIN Media Company” byline.
 

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Paramount Global (formerly Viacom CBS) is the majority owner of Miramax now and holds distribution rights for the Miramax catalogue. Recent Miramax releases like Scream (or 5cream if you prefer, though not official) carried an “A Viacom CBS BeIN Media Company” byline.

The Scream series is Dimension, not Miramax
 

Stephen_J_H

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The Scream series is Dimension, not Miramax
Yes, but Scream (2022) is (a) distributed by Paramount and (b) carries both Miramax and Dimension logos. Only post 2006 Dimension titles were with TWC, and even then, there are some peculiar exceptions, including the Scream franchise.
 

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This is a cover for a SteelBook release that has been circulating on the Internet. Not certain how valid it is. However, I do like the artwork. Still anticipating release December 6th.
 

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Looks like there’s no new supplements. I was really hoping for a Quentin commentary. 🙁
 

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Would love to see Hateful Eight in 4K. If it took this long for Pulp Fiction I'm probably in for a long wait.
 

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