This is just a quick Sunday post to share some breaking news...
At the official Star Trek convention in Las Vegas this afternoon, it was announced that CBS is finally going to be releasing Star Trek: Discovery – Season One on Blu-ray and DVD on 11/13. All 15 episodes will be included along with over two hours worth of special features. Additional details are still to be announced. But this comes straight from CBS and in fact has been shared on social media on the official Star Trek: Discovery Twitter feed.
It was also announced at the convention that another new Star Trek series featuring the return of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard is being planned for eventual release as a CBS All Access exclusive, for those who may be interested.
One more bit of 4K Ultra HD news… we’ve learned from sources that Sony is going to be releasing David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on 4K Ultra HD in October or November, probably at the same time as their forthcoming Panic Room. Savvy Blu-ray fans will know that Panic Room has never been released on the format, but there should be a Blu-ray in the UHD package and there will almost certainly be a separate Blu-ray SKU as well.
Back tomorrow with more. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
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We’ve got a pair of additional Blu-ray reviews for you today...
First of all, Tim has checked out a 1968 film from Sydney Pollack in Kino’s The Scalphunters. I’ve also updated and ported over (from the original Bits site) my own review of review of Fritz Lang’s science fiction classic Metropolis (1927) as released, restored and at long last complete, on Blu-ray by Kino in 2010. Don’t miss them. And note that I’ll be back with another new Blu-ray review tomorrow. [Read on here…]
- Tim Salmons
- Bill Hunt
- The Digital Bits
- My Two Cents
- Force Majeure
- The Book of Life
- Flicker Alley
- Blackhawk Films
- The Complete Metropolis
- The Scalphunters
- Wrestling Ernest Hemmingway
- Peter Pan Live
- Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic
- The Wonder Years
- The Mule
- Gone Girl
- David Fincher
(Psssst… it’s ENVY. Click here to continue if you dare...)