Steelbook will likely be the same WWA the approval would be in regards go ahead to do a design of slips etc for a FAC editionInteresting...
I'm not really satisfied with the zavvi steelbook design and it's been ages since I bought something from Filmarena so this could be the perfect opportunity.
But I love Bond so much I might get both
Thanks for the info. I'll still go with Filmarena even if they use the same steelbook since I love the extra content especially for the movies I likeSteelbook will likely be the same WWA the approval would be in regards go ahead to do a design of slips etc for a FAC edition
It's not impossible they have different steelbook but don't get your hopes up as more than likely be just WWA steelbook used
Same steelbook is been released in UK/USA/Europe
The only difference if any will be finish used between USA and Europe
So far only 1 steelbook is known about and that is what Best Buy/Zavvi have
If there is different steelbooks been released in Europe not known about yet it's possible FilmArena will use both
Show me where I criticised the No Time to Die zavvi steel. It will be the same steel in the FAC.
When it comes to home media disc releases UK and Europe is mentioned separatelyUK is Europe so no need to mention them twice. Unless you meant EU... in that case actually write it.
Yes, like the UK.It's not about European Union as there is lot of countries from Europe not in EU
Ridiculous. Europe and Asia are continents. UK is not its own little continent. It's wrong.Home Media physical discs you say if UK/Europe/Asia
Just stop. UK and EuropeThis is also why press release from distributors will mention a title is getting a release in UK and Europe
Universal Pictures UK only applies to releases in UK and IrelandYes, so you say. It's not the first time you've told me. Every time you type UK as if it's not part of Europe, and I have time, I'll leave a note
Yes, like the UK.
Ridiculous. Europe and Asia are continents. UK is not its own little continent. It's wrong.
I don't care if Disney's CEO or Warner or whoever made it common practice to talk like that. It's dumb.
Just stop. UK and Europe
Universal UK only do releases for UK/IrelandAgain, it makes no difference to me if Universal Pictures' CEO is an ignorant fool.
UK is a part of Europe, period. There's absolutely no discussion possible.
Home media releases in european countries is done by various different distributors it's not always the same who do distribution on a release
Then don't state this:
Say "Same steelbook is been [sic] released by Universal UK/Universal USA/Universal Europe" or similar.
And who said otherwise?Home media releases in european countries is done by various different distributors it's not always the same who do distribution on a release
Very well. So what?UK distributors look after UK/Ireland releases
I can honestly say, no, I have never wondered why that is. 1) It's not important to me. 2) I'm not an idiot and understand there are different distributors for different countries, even within the same continent.Have you not wondered why you see both BBFC/IFCO age ratings on UK amaray and steelbook releases packaging but don't see these same age rating logos on packaging from a releases from France/Germany/Spain/Italy etc etc
Damn it Paul... you meant to say ".... from OTHER European releases". You do this all the time, it's very irritating. The more you say it the more irritating it is.This because UK/Ireland home media releases are separate from European releases
More of the same. My point is it's wrong. It doesn't matter if a company's CEO is a retard and decided it was a good way to differentiate between your islands and the rest of us. It's still wrong.It's always been UK/Europe mentioned separately from each other when it comes to VHS/DVD/Blu-ray home media releases
UK/Ireland Home media distributors are not going to change how they describe releases just because you want it