I do believe that's true. But as i said, if transfer will be new - great, buying it day 1, if not, pass on both these edition - cancelin preorders.There also might be a StudioCanal 30th Anniversary 4K Collector's Edition
As in digipack in a slipbox with booklet/artcards/poster etc etc
That's just a guess nothing official yet
I don't understand that comment - the StudioCanal steelbooks released simultaneously in France, UK and Germany are all identical, no?
Best is just to ignore it and don't purchase it. And if you did that with one that you have, please say also how crazy will look with all other "stuff" on the spine, which in your case will be LITERALLY upside-down.You know there's EZ solution to this.
Just put it vice versa upside down.
That's because StudioCanal is a French film production distributor that do releases in France/UK/Ireland/Germany/Australia/New Zealand
Really? I thought you will like this crap
Sorry, you did not understand what I've said?I don't understand that comment - the StudioCanal steelbooks released simultaneously in France, UK and Germany are all identical, no?
They recently switched the spine on the Basic Instinct steel and now seem to stick with it...
Thanks Paul, I did know this too, just expressed my opinion, as I know not many like this kind of spine, and maybe nobody else noticed it before I wrote about it.That's because StudioCanal is a French film production distributor that do releases in France/UK/Ireland/Germany/Australia/New Zealand
Some of there releases will have spine that way on steelbooks due to getting a release in France same time
When it's a UK release only that is when you can be sure of title be not upside down
It can also depend on if released at different time in other locations
Most releases though spine title not upside down it's only a few that had spine title wrong way