Originally posted by Syntax Error
i would of thought they would wait and put all 3 movies out in one collectors edition. but then again they make more money this way!
Originally posted by Disco Stu
Well it's coming out on DVD Aug 6th
Hopefully it will be in theatres for a bit longer ... cause I still haven't gotten around to seeing it yet
Originally posted by el presidente Highsteppa
With the studio that released it being New Line. I'd be very surprised if they bothered to do a 4 disc set. It's something that hasn't been done for a single feature, and I think they'd be hard pressed to give up features and details about the first film that would warrent 4 DVD's worth of material. I could see it being used for the entire series, once all completed, but for one feature? I can't really see it happening.
Also, New Line has been on of the studios that has prided itself on releasing top notch DVD's and a double DVD is the most they've done so far (for Boogie Nights, Seven and Magnolia). A 4 DVD package makes the release price a bit too high for the average consumer, which is who their target audience is, squarely. The Criterion triple DVD release of Brazil is on average over a hundred dollars, and even without all the licensing fees and extra costs that drives Criterion prices up anyways, the DVD's would've still cost somewhere in the neighbourhood of $60 each if a major studio had released them.
From the Ministry of I can see a double DVD release for the first feature, but not a 4 DVD release. Double DVD is still within the average price range of the average DVD buyer. 4 is not.
Prime Minister Highsteppa
Pure rumour. At least I think so. The trailer for TT hasn't been released yet. If it is, I'm behind, wayyy behind.Originally posted by hardtekfunk
Does anyone know if the reel at theatres has been replaced yet with the trailer for The Two Towers after the credits?
I want to go see the movie in theatres again, but I want to see the new trailer when i do it...