No Time to Die on Blu-ray

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  • RyanRyan Canada
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    jake24 wrote: »
    Up for preorder on Best Buy in Canada now.
    Looks like the Canadian release date is 11 days after the one announced today?
    Best Buy Canada currently has a placeholder date of Dec 31st, 2022 - next year! That'll probably be updated shortly. Amazon's listings have already been updated to show the correct date.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Almost a month out, I can't wait.
  • DoctorKaufmannDoctorKaufmann Can shoot you from Stuttgart and still make it look like suicide.
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    Amazon has published. that in Germany NTTD will be released on BluRay, 4K and DVD on December 16th. Originally it was June 30th 2022.
  • I have now pre-ordered the Best Buy 4k steelbook. I'm excited!
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    I know what it is: Heaven. Definitely heaven.

    But I'm looking forward to a list of bonus features. Fukunaga commentary, perhaps?
  • Posts: 12,249
    Please tell me I’m not the only one waiting on news for a new complete box set X)
  • I'm hoping for a 4K boxset as well. Time to upgrade my dvds, some of which are 20-21 years old.
  • DraxCucumberSandwichDraxCucumberSandwich United Kingdom
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    I believe the all the movies have already been mastered at 4k, for the Apple streaming, but I’m not sure if they include HDR. I’ve never watched those versions. I still think a blu ray is better quality than any streaming can provider.

    But 4K streaming would definitely be better than DVDs!

    I’m guessing a 4k box set would be a good way to help mark the 60th anniversary. Would they want to get it lit before announcing the new actor?
  • In New Zealand the release date is 26th of January.

    I may have missed this but what is the difference between the collectors edition and a standard blu-ray. Is it just a marketing ploy?
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    2Wint2Kidd wrote: »
    In New Zealand the release date is 26th of January.

    I may have missed this but what is the difference between the collectors edition and a standard blu-ray. Is it just a marketing ploy?

    That's what I want to know too.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    mattjoes wrote: »

    I know what it is: Heaven. Definitely heaven.

    But I'm looking forward to a list of bonus features. Fukunaga commentary, perhaps?

    Special Features and Technical Specs:
    DOLBY VISION/HDR PRESENTATION OF THE FILM
    DOLBY ATMOS AUDIO TRACK
    Anatomy of a Scene: Matera - Featurette
    Keeping it Real: The Action of No Time to Die - Featurette
    A Global Journey - Featurette
    Designing Bond - Featurette
    Being James Bond - Daniel Graig reflects on his 15-year adventure as James Bond
    Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Why would CJF record a commentary and then not include it?
  • edited November 2021 Posts: 6,707
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    mattjoes wrote: »

    I know what it is: Heaven. Definitely heaven.

    But I'm looking forward to a list of bonus features. Fukunaga commentary, perhaps?

    Special Features and Technical Specs:
    DOLBY VISION/HDR PRESENTATION OF THE FILM
    DOLBY ATMOS AUDIO TRACK
    Anatomy of a Scene: Matera - Featurette
    Keeping it Real: The Action of No Time to Die - Featurette
    A Global Journey - Featurette
    Designing Bond - Featurette
    Being James Bond - Daniel Graig reflects on his 15-year adventure as James Bond
    Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

    Huh, I thought those were the extras they were going to include in a basic release of the film. Now I see their releases are all branded as "collector's edition." Will a non-collector's edition even exist?

    Edit: There should be a documentary titled "Inside 'No Time to Die'", for nostalgia's sake.
  • RyanRyan Canada
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    mattjoes wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    mattjoes wrote: »

    I know what it is: Heaven. Definitely heaven.

    But I'm looking forward to a list of bonus features. Fukunaga commentary, perhaps?

    Special Features and Technical Specs:
    DOLBY VISION/HDR PRESENTATION OF THE FILM
    DOLBY ATMOS AUDIO TRACK
    Anatomy of a Scene: Matera - Featurette
    Keeping it Real: The Action of No Time to Die - Featurette
    A Global Journey - Featurette
    Designing Bond - Featurette
    Being James Bond - Daniel Graig reflects on his 15-year adventure as James Bond
    Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

    Huh, I thought those were the extras they were going to include in a basic release of the film. Now I see their releases are all branded as "collector's edition." Will a non-collector's edition even exist?

    Edit: There should be a documentary titled "Inside 'No Time to Die'", for nostalgia's sake.

    Narrated by a Patrick Macnee sound alike for good measure!
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Why are they calling everything a "Collector's Edition"?
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython “Baja?!”
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    Why are they calling everything a "Collector's Edition"?

    It’s a trend in home media that never dies!
  • DraxCucumberSandwichDraxCucumberSandwich United Kingdom
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    In these days of ubiquitous streaming as the overwhelming way that people consume media, you could argue that any physical media more or less is a collectors edition
  • DragonpolDragonpol https://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Why are they calling everything a "Collector's Edition"?

    Most likely to make the buyer think they're getting something extra special when compared to the bog standard release when in fact nowadays they're probably not getting very much more at all. Caveat emptor.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    What version will the US get? I only ask because theatrical distribution of the film over here was handled by UA Releasing, but it's Universal for home media. So...gunbarrel or no gunbarrel Universal logo?
  • NTTD blu ray looks pretty rubbish. No confirmed commentary and Being Bond is only on 4k release. Not everyone wants to bother upgrading! Shame on you EON.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    Combined with not-very-exciting Steelbook art, it's all turning out to be a slightly disappointing physical release.
  • Honestly I am used to the initial bare-bones physical releases. Hopefully a special edition will be done if they make a series box set.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    Or maybe some third party will do their own special edition Steelbook at some point, like they recently did for Casino Royale?
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Why don't they care anymore?
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython “Baja?!”
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    Physical media budgets have been shrunk all across the board once streaming overtook it.

    The 2000s will remain the best era for physical media bonus material. You have to go to labels like Criterion or Shout to match what studios used to churn out.
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    Why would CJF record a commentary and then not include it?

    That's not gooooood.
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    I've long given up on Craig era Blu-ray extras matching the brilliant features done for the classic films when released on DVD ages ago.
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    Physical media budgets have been shrunk all across the board once streaming overtook it.

    The 2000s will remain the best era for physical media bonus material. You have to go to labels like Criterion or Shout to match what studios used to churn out.

    Such a great time. I loved getting a ton of extras in a two-disc or sometimes three-disc DVD set, with animated menus that were so lovely to look at and listen to, that I didn't care one bit they delayed the start of the film.

    I remember the older DVDs too. Some were double-sided and had 4:3 and 16:9 versions of the film. Others had just the one version, but you had to flip the disc to continue watching, like in what was probably the first DVD release of Goodfellas.

    And the Warner DVDs all had the same basic menu design, with the shield in the background. And Universal had standardized icons to indicate the type of content and options offered by each menu button, like audio commentaries, featurettes, or subtitles.

    And how to forget when the back covers said this: "Special features: interactive menus, chapter stops".
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    mattjoes wrote: »
    Physical media budgets have been shrunk all across the board once streaming overtook it.

    The 2000s will remain the best era for physical media bonus material. You have to go to labels like Criterion or Shout to match what studios used to churn out.

    Such a great time. I loved getting a ton of extras in a two-disc or sometimes three-disc DVD set, with animated menus that were so lovely to look at and listen to, that I didn't care one bit they delayed the start of the film.

    I remember the older DVDs too. Some were double-sided and had 4:3 and 16:9 versions of the film. Others had just the one version, but you had to flip the disc to continue watching, like in what was probably the first DVD release of Goodfellas.

    And the Warner DVDs all had the same basic menu design, with the shield in the background. And Universal had standardized icons to indicate the type of content and options offered by each menu button, like audio commentaries, featurettes, or subtitles.

    And how to forget when the back covers said this: "Special features: interactive menus, chapter stops".

    Titanic!
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