Re: Fox announces Blu-ray titles.
- From: "Goro" <evilninjax@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 5 Aug 2005 07:35:52 -0700
Joshua Zyber wrote:
> "Allan" <Spamstillsucks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
> message news:27r4f1h30eu6n5b08ntpf5js7v8hr4jict@xxxxxxxxxx
> > Fox have an expansive back-catalogue of feature films and television
> > series to draw from, encompassing a wide range of genres and subject
> > matter. The press release specifically listed the following titles as
> > examples:
> > Feature Films
> > * Alien I-IV
> > * Die Hard Trilogy
> > * X-Men I & II
> > * I, Robot
> > * There's Something About Mary
> > * Moulin Rouge
> > * Sound of Music
> > Of course, buying the boxset of your favourite TV shows is
> > increasingly popular these days, and Fox make some of the most popular
> > shows around. The following series will be released for Blu-ray:
> > * The Simpsons
> > * Family Guy
> > * 24
> > * The X-Files
> > * M*A*S*H
> > ...and more will be announced in due course.
> Fox hasn't "announced" any of these titles for BluRay. These are just
> random examples of popular titles in their catalog that *could* be
> released on BluRay, maybe, possibly, eventually.
I think it's a reasonable guess to think that Fox, in pleding support
for BluRay, would try to release many of its cornerstone items in
prestige packaging to try to convince users to adopt BluRay.
In fact, I'd be surprised if a huge array of TV titles from Fox weren't
among the first to be launched, perhaps even at loss-leader pricing.
Imagine XFILES Complete series $99.95 or SIMPSONS Seasons 1-6 In
Special Homer Simpson Head $49.95 or FUTURAMA Complete Series $49.95.
That would make me buy a BR player right then and there.
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