Star Trek: Discovery - Season Two (Blu-ray SteelBook) (Zoom Exclusive) [UK]

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Raimi

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Jun 10, 2013
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Silly to pre order at that price from Zoom, Zavvi still have season 1 in stock so obviously not that big a demand for it and knowing zoom they will have it in one of their sales at some point for half that price or less, better taking the risk and waiting
But are you sure the print will be of the same size? Seeing the stock of S1 they might decide to do a smaller print.
 
Mar 24, 2013
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Did not know that which ones have been exclusive to zoom that where not available to zavvi out of interest
Don't quote me but I think just these three remained exclusive:-
GROUNDHOG DAY (January 2017)
TMNT: OUT OF THE SHADOWS (October 2017)
STAR TREK BEYOND lenticular (November 2017)
 
Sep 22, 2019
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or they have exclusive for a while then get passed onto zavvi or amazon later and they sell out and you miss out because it wasn't cheap enough :LOL:
But it's not going to sell out at that price even if they pass it on to Zavvi or amazon, most people will only buy this if it is cheap, it's why Zavvi still has season one in stock.
 
Mar 6, 2015
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Nether Regions, UK
I liked season 1 (except the stupid Klingons and their muffled voices), but season 2 was just stupid, and I stopped watching after the 4th episode.

Zavvi probably got the first refusal on this, but wisely told the studio to get stuffed. Wise choice indeed.
 
Nov 23, 2016
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I liked season 1 (except the stupid Klingons and their muffled voices), but season 2 was just stupid, and I stopped watching after the 4th episode.

Zavvi probably got the first refusal on this, but wisely told the studio to get stuffed. Wise choice indeed.
Okay.
 

Lollard2002

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Sep 19, 2012
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Zavvi probably got the first refusal on this, but wisely told the studio to get stuffed. Wise choice indeed.
I would have thought Zavvi would have grabbed any steelbook exclusives regardless of the merits (or not as the case may be) of the TV show or film.
 
Sep 22, 2019
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I liked season 1 (except the stupid Klingons and their muffled voices), but season 2 was just stupid, and I stopped watching after the 4th episode.

Zavvi probably got the first refusal on this, but wisely told the studio to get stuffed. Wise choice indeed.
No, Zoom is a trading name of Universal Pictures which is Paramount who own Star Trek so Zavvi would not get first refusal of this before Zoom.
 
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paulboland

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Paramount is Viacom, not universal studios. But from memory Universal agreed distribution rights with Paramount in the UK. Could be wrong on that.
Universal handle distribution of paramount DVD/Blu-ray releases in UK and Europe
A 5 year agreement since July 1st 2015
That deal expires next year
I assume a new deal will be done to continue distribution by universal after 2020

Zoom UK is Universal Pictures (UK) Limited & Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Alliance