In the meantime, two things for you...
Universal has officially announced the Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD release of Leigh Whannel’s The Invisible Man on 5/26, with the Digital release expected on 5/12. The 4K disc and Blu-ray will include Dolby Atmos audio. The 4K disc will also feature HDR10, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision high dynamic range. Extras will include deleted scenes, audio commentary with Whannel, and 4 featurettes (Moss Manifested, Director’s Journey with Leigh Whannel, The Players, and Timeless Terror). You can see the cover artwork below.
As you can see, we’ve also included the cover artwork for Top Gun, Sherlock Holmes, Birds of Prey, and Bloodshot, a couple of which are now available for pre-order on Amazon—just click on the artwork—(the rest are still TBA).
Also, Kino Lorber Studio Classics have set the classic films Dr. Who and the Daleks and Dr. Who: Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 AD for release on Blu-ray on 7/7. You can see that cover artwork below, along with Scream Factory’s Universal Horror Collection: Volume 5 (due 6/16)—all also available for pre-order on Amazon...
Finally today, Amazon has now lowered the price for Sony’s Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection to just dropped to $112. Here’s the cover artwork link to that...
And while we’re at it, Sony has sent the specific details on what the set will include. The box will feature an 80-page book of in-depth essays about each film written by historian Julie Kurgo. You’ll also get an exclusive bonus disc “featuring excerpts from Columbia Pictures’ televised 50th anniversary special, which originally aired in 1975 and has never been officially available. These excerpts feature rare on-camera insights from such luminaries as Frank Capra, Phil Silvers and Orson Welles. This exclusive disc also includes the vintage behind-the-scenes documentary Mr. Attenborough and Mr. Gandhi, which was filmed on the set of Gandhi and features interviews with cast and crew.”
Extras for each film will include:
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington – 4K with HDR10 and 1.0 DTS-HD Master Audio; Blu-ray sourced from the 4K master with 1.0 DTS-HD Master Audio; Special Features: audio commentary with Frank Capra Jr., 5 featurettes (Frank Capra Jr. Remembers... Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Conversations with Frank Capra Jr.: The Golden Years, Conversations with Frank Capra Jr.: A Family History, Frank Capra: Collaboration, and The Frank Capra I Knew), Frank Capra’s American Dream feature-length documentary, and domestic and international theatrical trailers
Lawrence of Arabia – 4K with Dolby Vision restored from the original camera negative (feature split over two 4K UHDs for optimal bitrate) with Dolby Atmos and 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio, also NEW Unused International Prologue; Blu-ray sourced from the 4K master with 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio, also Secrets of Arabia Picture-in-Graphics Track; Special Features Blu-ray: Making of Lawrence of Arabia documentary, In Love with the Desert documentary, Deleted Balcony Scene with Introduction by Anne V. Coates, 14 featurettes (Peter O’Toole Revisits Lawrence of Arabia, The Lure of the Desert: Martin Scorsese on Lawrence of Arabia, A Conversation with Steven Spielberg, Wind, Sand and Star: The Making of a Classic (1963 & 1970 Versions), Maan, Jordan: The Camels Are Cast, In Search of Lawrence, Romance of Arabia, King Hussein Visits Lawrence of Arabia Set, Lawrence at 50: A Classic Restored, Steven Spielberg on Lawrence of Arabia, William Friedkin on Lawrence of Arabia, Sydney Pollack on Lawrence of Arabia, and New York Premiere Footage), advertising campaigns, and vintage trailers and TV spots.
Dr. Strangelove – 4K with HDR10 and 1.0 and 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio, also NEW Stanley Kubrick Considers the Bomb featurette and Mick Broderick Interview, Joe Dunton and Kelvin Pike Interview, Richard Daniels Interview, David George Interview, Rodney Hill Interview, Archival Stanley Kubrick Audio Interview, The Today Show Clips featuring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott, exhibitor trailer, and theatrical trailer; Blu-ray sourced from 4K master with 5.1 Dolby TrueHD audio, also The Cold War Feature-Length Picture-in-Picture Track, and 6 featurettes (Inside Dr. Strangelove, No Fighting in the War Room, An Interview with Robert McNamara, Best Sellers, The Art of Stanley Kubrick, and Split-Screen Interviews with Peter Sellers and George C. Scott).
Gandhi – 4K with HDR10 restored from the original camera negative (feature split over two 4K UHDs for optimal bitrate) with Dolby Atmos and 5.1 and 2.0 DTS-HD MA audio, also NEW theatrical trailers; Blu-ray with 5.1 Dolby TrueHD audio, also Introduction & Commentary with Director Richard Attenborough and Gandhi’s Legacy: Feature-Length Picture-in-Graphics Track; Special Features Blu-ray: 12 featurettes (Sir Ben Kingsley Talks about Gandhi, Vintage Newsreel Footage, In Search of Gandhi, Reflections on Ben, Madeleine Slade: An Englishwoman Abroad, The Funeral, Looking Back, Shooting an Epic in India, Designing Gandhi, From the Director’s Chair, The Words of Mahatma Gandhi, and The Making of Gandhi Photo Montage).
A League of Their Own – 4K with HDR10 restored from the original camera negative with Dolby Atmos and 5.1 and 2.0 DTS-HD MA audio, also domestic trailer and NEW 5 international teasers and trailers; Blu-ray sourced from the new 4K master with 5.1 and 2.0 DTS-HD MA audio, also NEW 3 episodes of the 1993 TV Series A League of Their Own, feature commentary with director Penny Marshall and actresses Lori Petty, Tracy Reiner, and Megan Cavanagh, Nine Memorable Innings documentary, deleted scenes, The Enduring Legacy of A League of Their Own featurette, and Madonna’s This Used to Be My Playground music video.
Jerry Maguire – 4K with HDR10 restored from the original camera negative (and approved by writer/director Cameron Crowe) with Dolby Atmos and 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio, also NEW The Fast Times and Long Career of Cameron Crowe episode of the Here’s The Thing podcast (hosted by Alec Baldwin and produced by WNYC Studios); Blu-ray sourced from the 4K master with 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio; Special Features: feature-length Picture-in-Picture Commentary with Cameron Crowe, Tom Cruise, Renée Zellweger & Cuba Gooding, Jr., Jerry Maguire: We Meet Again 3-part documentary, nearly 1 hour of Deleted & Extended Scenes, Behind the Scenes at the Video Commentary, The Making of Jerry Maguire, Photo Gallery, My First Commercial by Rod Tidwell, Drew Rosenhaus: How to Be a Sports Agent, Original Deleted & Alternate Scenes, Rehearsal Footage, Bruce Springsteen’s Secret Garden music video, and the theatrical trailer.
All right, that’s enough for one day. Stay tuned...