Superbit "Charlie's Angels 2" Question ????

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  1. T r o y

    T r o y Supporting Actor

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    I just read that there will be separate PG-13 and Unrated versions for Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle DVD.

    I wonder which version they will decide gets the Superbit treatment: PG-13 or Unrated?

    Any thoughts?
     
  2. JasonKZ

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    My guess? Neither.
     
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    Jason,

    Why would you say neither? This is Columbia we're talking about, so eventually it's inevitable we'll see a Superbit version for this one. We got a Superbit for the first
    Charlie's Angels.

    I would hope it would be the Unrated version planned for the Superbit.

    Later!
     
  4. Julian Lalor

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    The movie tanked, which means a sequel is unlikely, thereby reducing the likelihood of a Superbit release. If there is a Superbit, however, it will probably be the T&A version.
     
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  7. Ryan Wong

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    I hope it's not the unrated version. Rubbish does affect the quality of a SuperBit. [​IMG]
     
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    Of all the amount of Superbit releases there have been why would everyone consider every Columbia title now to be coming out as a superbit release? Really, I think you are taking it a little too far.
     
  9. Ryan Wong

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    Not every title.
    Man in Black, Man in Black 2.
    Charlie's Angels, Charlie's Angels 2.

    It makes perfect sense, but not so soon I think.

    One more: Spider-Man (Superbit release before Spider-Man2), Spider-Man 2.
     

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