It just usually happens, if a BD re-release sells well enough, studio thinks there's demand to warrant a UHD edition.interested quite how you think that as currently there is no 4k disc for this film at all?
or do you know something the rest of us don't ?
It just usually happens, if a BD re-release sells well enough, studio thinks there's demand to warrant a UHD edition.
But if a lot buy a BD recently, most won't go for UHD.
If many don't buy BD hoping for UHD, it won't come. It's a catch-22 type of problem.
I disagree being a 1993 film that went from dvd to bluray the costs of going to 4k they would have to sell alot to get back conversion costs.
Bare in mind Disney as one example shutting down physical in oz and Asian markets where there trying push streaming looking to shut down physical down.
Yes I know this is not Disney but what incentive is to do 4k physically of this????
I don't think will personally I would love to be wrong though
I would love 4k but realistically can not see it happening
4K UHD release not planned at the moment from WarnerThey change the front artwork (adding Stallone/Snipes), maybe they change the back too.
It is very likely, that in the near future a 4K Steelbook is coming.
Yeah, the 30th Anniversary is the perfect opportunity. Maybe they waiting for the planned sequel. Or shout factory wanted to release a new Blu-ray edition first.4K UHD release not planned at the moment from Warner
There needs to be a 4K restoration done first and could be a good while before that happens
It will depend on warner or another label if they want to spend money on doing a 4K restoration
The 30th Anniversary is in 2023
That's why there has been a re-release of the existing Blu-ray disc from 2011 in a SteelBook in UK/Germany/France