Well...let's see (from studios currently supporting HD-DVD):
Alexander Altered States Amadeus The Andromeda Strain Another 48 Hrs. Apocalypse Now Back to the Future Trilogy Badlands Barry Lyndon Batman Batman Returns Beverly Hills Cop 1 & 2 The Big Sleep The Black Dahlia Blade Runner Bonnie and Clyde The Bourne Identity Carlito's Way The Cell Chinatown Citizen Kane Clear and Present Danger A Clockwork Orange Conan the Barbarian Conan the Destroyer Contact The Conversation Dark City Days of Heaven Days of Thunder Deep Blue Sea Demolition Man Dracula (1932) Duel The Duellists Empire of the Sun The Exorcist 1-3 Eyes Wide Shut Face/Off Femme Fatale Flash Gordon (1980) 1492: Conquest of Paradise 48 Hrs. Frankenstein (1932) Get Carter (1971 & 2000) The Getaway (1972 & 1994) Godfather Trilogy Hammer Dracula Films Hammer Frankenstein Films Hard Target The Haunting (1963) Heat The Hunger The Hunt for Red October In the Mouth of Madness Indiana Jones Trilogy Interview with the Vampire JFK Jaws Jurassic Park Trilogy King Kong (1933) L.A. Confidential The Last Boy Scout Last Man Standing Legend Lethal Weapon 1-4 (Director's Cuts) The Long Kiss Goodnight Lost Highway The Maltese Falcon Matrix Trilogy Mulholland Drive The Mummy (1932) The New World 1941 North by Northwest Once Upon a Time in America Once Upon a Time in the West Outland Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid Patriot Games Poltergeist Prince of Darkness Psycho 1-3 Rear Window The Relic The Right Stuff Rosemary's Baby Saving Private Ryan Scarface (1983) Schindler's List Seven The Shadow The Shining (1980) Sorcerer Sphere Star Trek 1-6 Streets of Fire Superman II (Richard Lester Cut) Tango & Cash Top Gun True Romance Twister The Two Jakes 2001: A Space Odyssey Vertigo The Warriors The Wild Bunch
Star Wars Saga Indiana Jones Adventures Jaws Alien Tommy Boy Every Pixar film Strange Brew The Prince of Egypt The Passion of the Christ Disney's Robin Hood Star Trek (TV series and feature films) Spielberg catalog Hitchcock catalog
In the meantime, I'll cherry pick from what's currently available/pending.
If either format proves to be successful enough, then absolutely. Sure, the release of the original, unaltered trilogy was a debacle, but people shouldn't forget that Lucasfilm has been responsible for some of the best DVDs ever, in my opinion. All the Star Wars DVDs (excluding Episode I) are excellent releases, and I have no doubt that if Star Wars is released in HD, it'll be an excellent presentation; unfortunately, I don't think we'll see the real, untouched trilogy, but that doesn't mean what we will get won't be an excellent presentation.
There are so many obviously, but a few that have been on my mind lately
Somewhere In Time (Universal) Touch Of Evil (Universal) Flash Gordon (Universal) Sorcerer (Universal) Conan The Destroyer (Universal) Jaws 2 (Universal) I Wanna Hold Your Hand (Universal) Matinee (Universal) Wolfen (Warner) Badlands (Warner) Salem's Lot (Warner) Advise & Consent (Warner) Contact (Warner) LA Confidential (Warner) Wizard Of Oz (Warner) Gone With The Wind (Warner) Ben-Hur (Warner) Blade Runner (Warner) Tucker: The Man and His Dream (Paramount) Grease (Paramount) Love With The Proper Stranger (Paramount) The New World (New Line) Dark City (New Line)
Escape From New York (Studio-Canal) The Howling (Studio-Canal)
Magic (Dark Sky)
along with a few that Criterion has rights to Walkabout Black Narcisuss And God Created Woman
A few that Anchor Bay has the rights to Dawn Of The Dead Halloween Phantasm
I could be wrong but I think Dreamworks handled domestic distribution and Paramount Pictures covered international. Now, as for what that might indicate as far as a future HD release goes, I don't know. If it were Paramount it would probably be released in both formats concurrently. I don't know what Dreamworks's stance is on HD, though. Does anyone know?
I did some research and found that Dreamworks co-distributed Collateral with Paramount, its sister studio. In 2005, Dreamworks was purchased by Viacom, who owns Paramount. So hopefully this means they are neutral in the HD war and release it on both formats.
Also, I looked into Heat again and since it's Warner it should be on both.
My picks for HD-DVD releases even though I am saving for a Blu-ray player. I would like to start seeing DTS-HD tracks on HD-DVD titles but it would be nice to start seeing more Dolby True HD tracks.
Alexander (DTS-HD 6.1) Altered States American Graffiti The Andromeda Strain Another 48 Hrs. Apocalypse Now Back to the Future Trilogy (DTS-HD 6.1) Batman (DTS-HD 6.1) Batman Returns (DTS-HD 6.1) Battlestar Galactica (2004) (DTS-HD 7.1) Beverly Hills Cop 1 & 2 Blade Runner The Bourne Identity (DTS-HD 7.1) Braveheart (DTS-HD 6.1) Citizen Kane Clear and Present Danger Conan the Barbarian Conan the Destroyer Contact Crimson Tide (DTS-HD 7.1) The Crow (DTS-HD 6.1) Days of Thunder (DTS-HD 7.1) Deep Blue Sea (DTS-HD 6.1) Demolition Man Duel Event Horizon (DTS-HD 6.1) The Exorcist 1-3 48 Hrs. Ghostbusters Gladiator (DTS-HD 7.1) Godfather Trilogy Harry Potter 1-4 (DTS-HD 6.1) Heat (DTS-HD 6.1) Highlander The Hunt for Red October (DTS-HD 6.1) Indiana Jones Trilogy (DTS-HD 6.1) Interview with the Vampire Jaws Jurassic Park Trilogy (DTS-HD 7.1) Lethal Weapon 1-4 (Director's Cuts) Lord Of The Rings Trilogy (Extended Cuts) (DTS-HD 7.1) Master And Commander: Far Side Of The World Matrix Trilogy (DTS-HD 7.1) Open Range (DTS-HD 7.1) The Patriot (DTS-HD 7.1) Patriot Games Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl (DTS-HD 7.1) Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (DTS-HD 7.1) Planet Of The Apes (1967) Platoon Poltergeist Psycho 1-3 The Relic The Rock (DTS-HD 6.1) Saving Private Ryan (DTS-HD 7.1) Scarface (1983) Schindler's List Seven The Shadow (DTS-HD 6.1) The Shining (1980) Sphere (DTS-HD 6.1) Star Trek 1-10 (DTS-HD 6.1) Star Wars 1-6 (DTS-HD 7.1) Tango & Cash Top Gun (DTS-HD 6.1) Twister (DTS-HD 7.1) 2001: A Space Odyssey 2010 Vertigo