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Top Gun 3D Blu-ray (Updated)
Posted January 11, 2013 03:14 PM by Webmaster
Paramount Home Media Distribution has officially announced and detailed its upcoming 3D Blu-ray release of director Tony Scott's Top Gun (1986), starring Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis and Val Kilmer. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on February 19th.
Newly re-mastered to ensure the highest quality image, the Top Gun Blu-ray 3D presents the film with pristine high definition picture and sparkling sound, as well as in spectacular 3D for the ultimate home viewing experience. The Blu-ray 2D includes the re-mastered film in high definition, along with a six-part documentary on the making of the movie, a behind-the-scenes featurette, a survival training featurette, interviews with Tom Cruise, four music videos, commentary by producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Tony Scott, co-screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr. and naval experts, a look inside the real "Top Gun" and more. The two-disc set available for purchase also includes a digital copy of the film and will be enabled with UltraViolet.
Feature film in high definition and 3D
Feature film in high definition
Commentary by producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Tony Scott, co-screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr. and naval experts
Danger Zone: The Making of Top Gun (six-part documentary)
Multi-Angle Storyboards with optional commentary by Tony Scott
Best of the Best: Inside the Real Top Gun
Kenny Loggins—"Danger Zone"
Berlin—"Take My Breath Away"
Loverboy—"Heaven In Your Eyes"
Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens—"Top Gun Anthem"
Survival Training Featurette
Tom Cruise Interviews
Update - Paramount has issued a new trailer for Top Gun 3D:
David, 3D is not ending as evidenced by this weeks CES. All new UltraHD(4K) displays had capability for 3D and one even used the left eye/right switching to allow viewing of 2 different programs at the same time. Until holograms come to the living room, I will continue to buy 3D players, displays, games, and movies.
Best movie ever without a sequel ! I want somebodies UV copy !!!!!
"And if you screw up just this much, you'll be flying a cargo plane full of rubber dog shit out of Hong Kong!"
"You've been busted, you lost your qualifications as section leader three times, put in hack twice by me, with a history of high speed passes over five air control towers, and one admiral's daughter!
This movie was SO LAME. But, I first saw it at a 3 day movie marathon in 2002 (People sat in an old theater and didn't stop watching films to make Guiness Book, but you could buy a ticket for the whole weekend and come and go at your leisure for like $5!), and though I haven't seen it since, I will go see the theatrical 3D re-release of it. The reason is, as much as I thought the plot sucked, the aerial sequences blew my mind. And that was sitting in the back row of a 1920's built movie theater that was lucky to have a wide screen and rear speakers. I can only imagine how this will be in a modern cinema
You can tell who all the assholes are in life by trying to stop something that doesnt hurt them in the least (3D) and is something that makes others quite happy. I have never seen the movie and 3D is actually making my buy it.
If you're going to buy Top Gun, buy it for the movie itself, not because it's in 3D. If Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is being released on blu-ray in 3D, are you going to buy that too? If you truly wanted to see Top Gun, you would've made an effort to see the movie a long time ago in 2D, the way Top Gun was originally meant to be seen.
It's true. My philosophy is that if the movie was never conceived in 3D, it's hard for me to justify watching it for anything other than the novelty of it, which will probably fade over time.
A few exceptions, the James Cameron stuff converts well to 3D cuz he's a pioneer. The Pixar movies look great in 3D after post-conversion. And the new blockbusters are made for 3D. It's not going anywhere, but I'd buy this Top Gun release for the 2D remaster more than anything else.
Yea, the weak photoshop cover is the first thing I noticed too. That's obviously Tom's head on some stock/model body. At least they didn't use the "peekaboo I'm behind you" shot where they shrunk Kelly McGillis' head. ;-)