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Monday, January 04, 2016
Warner Bros. To Release First Ultra HD Blu-ray Titles


Warner Bros. recently announced that it has plans to release 35 4K Blu-ray movies by the end of 2016.

It's initial launch features four titles, including Mad Max: Fury Road and The Lego Movie, and the catalog will later expand to include movies like Pacific Rim.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will be offering the titles on Ultra HD Blu-ray at initial launch showcasing 4K Ultra HD resolution with High Dynamic Range (HDR).

Following the release of the first four movie titles will be theatrical new release titles available day and date with their initial home entertainment release as well as a selection of catalog titles throughout the year including Man of Steel and Pacific Rim. By the end of 2016, Warner Bros. plans to have over 35 titles available on Ultra HD Blu-ray. To complement the disc releases, Warner Bros. will also expand the titles available on 4K Ultra HD with HDR via digital retailers. Dolby Atmos will also be included on select titles.

Warner Bros. is only the most recent studio to announce plans for 4K Blu-rays. Fox teamed up with Samsung at IFA last year to announce its own offerings, which included movies like Fantastic Four and Maze Runner at the time. Sony's catalog, including the likes of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Pineapple Express will see release in the early months of this year.





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