I'm only curious here.Does it really matter which studio puts their titles out? As long as I can get their titles that I want, I'm sure any of the major studios would do a good job on distribution.
The same question was posed when Bond 25 was up for distribution, in terms of which company we wanted to see distribute it. I didn't have a strong opinion then and I don't care now either. For MGM, these types of things are things they need to seriously consider, but for me as a fan, I don't much care which studio does what as long as I can see their content. I'm sorry if this sounds insensitive or naive, but that's what I think. Does it really matter to us which studio's logo gets loaded at the front of the disc? All of the studios are generally doing good work on transfers, etc., so I don't see why it matters to fans where the product comes from.
MGM has found a replacement distributor for Vikings, at least. WB will start distributing the show on Blu-Ray starting with Season Six, Volume One.Well, the deal with Fox just expired yesterday and MGM isn't enlisting a replacement distributor yet.
Really? It must be showing some signs of Warners becoming MGM's new home entertainment partner.MGM has found a replacement distributor for Vikings, at least. WB will start distributing the show on Blu-Ray starting with Season Six, Volume One.