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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Brandon_D, May 31, 2010.
It's been since Novemeber! Anyone know what the holdup is for Me and Orson Welles on blu-ray/dvd?
Loved this film, too bad it never got a wide release. I thought Warner Bros was going to release it on DVD/Blu-ray sometime in August, but things change
Cop Out has a trailer for this as coming soon, to DVD.
I've heard a rumour that Warner will release a bare-bones type edition, possibly DVD only, & then later, Criterion will be releasing the film.
Warner Home Video has made an deal with Target to make the DVD release of ME AND ORSON WELLS a Target exclusive on 8/17. It is just a standard DVD release and does not indicate a Blu-ray release. I would guess that regular release would be a few months latter along with a Blu-ray.S
How do you know that, also bold and really big font there.
Still wondering how you came about that info. Anyway I have a rental copy of the DVD andcwatching it now.
I wish there where more movies with Welles as "character".
It was from Digital Bits.
In the Target ad yesterday they listed the DVD as being available this week as a store exclusive. No Blu-Ray. As a Richard Linklater fan since SLACKER, this has got to be one of the worst releases of his films. It was barely released theatrically, and now quietly being released on DVD.
And the price, by the way, is $12.99. They are also listing 45 minutes of bonus features--including deleted scenes.