Discussion in 'Blu-ray SteelBook' started by snooloui, Nov 6, 2015.
Release date: February 8th, 2016
Price: EUR 22.99
Hopefully better than the popart-looking one.
Hoping for a proper spine
And different artwork...
Hoping for a cool artwork for this movie it surely demands it.
Let's hope Emily Blunt is on the front!
even on the back, she should be ok
To date, three Steelbook releases have been announced for this title.
Each has a different distributor: UK (Lionsgate), Germany (Studio Canal) and France (Metropolitan).
There is, therefore, a high probability that each will have its own unique artwork.
With the French release being from Metropolitan, it's highly unlikely that it will have forced French subtitles. On the other hand, it's also highly unlikely that there will be optional English subtitles for the considerable amount of Spanish dialogue in this film.
Swings and roundabouts.
No, it will not have a printed back, but much like American Ultra, back art just isn't available yet.
Yes, the banner is likely to be printed — sometimes it blends in well like with American Ultra's steelbook imo, here it's not as smooth (but it's not a dealbreaker to me personally).
And yes, it will be glossy.
i dont know! it looks to crowded in my opinion.....
I prefer this over the other artwork.
Well that's good !
Turned out just as I would like it, very nice looking artwork display.
I didn't see any information around region restrictions. Does anyone know what Metro's M.O. is around that?
Nice but I prefer Zavvi offering!
English friendly? Will it have forced French subtitles?
I'm not a fan of the top banner, but i prefer this artwork than the yellow and logo zavvi version. Let's hope they don' flip the title on the spine!
It will have English language and shouldnt have fixed French subs. That was only an issue with TF1 and some Wild Side Steelbook releases.
like this artwork better than uk..would love a debossed gold title
love the artwork but not with that printed banner... wonder nowadays they're still doing the printed banner?