First off I know that Universal Home Entertainment is going to release Bond 25 on DVD overseas when the theatrical run is complete. But what about the US, will this be another DAD situation?
With the whole Disney acquisition looming and MGM's sour relationship with Disney (Lawsuits flying back and forth, Kirk Kerkorian being pissed off about Disney using MGM's name for their park, MGM wanting nothing to do with the theme park for example). I am predicting that MGM won't renew their deal with FOX because I think Disney is going to consolidate Fox and all of their brands under one roof to save money (ala Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) and they are wary about Disney and how they operate... They overcharge too much for their DVD's, Blu Ray's and their home media. For example, I bought copies of The Incredibles and the Toy Story trilogy. Those movies are well over 10 years old and they priced it as if they just released the DVD to stores. I really don't want to pay well over 25 dollars for my copy of Bond 25 when it releases on DVD and Blu Ray. I am thinking that MGM is working on a deal with Universal and/or Comcast to be their home distributor after their deal with Fox ends in 2020. With that being said, I think it would be better if they went back to Sony or Warner. Every Day, A movie that was released by Orion/MGM was put out on DVD and Blu Ray by Warner without no prior indication.