Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment have officially announced and detailed their upcoming Blu-ray release of Sam Mendes' Skyfall (2012), starring Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Naomie Harris. The release will be available for purchase on February 12th.
In SKYFALL Bond's loyalty to M (Judi Dench) is tested as her past returns to haunt her. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 007 takes to the shadows – aided only by field agent, Eve (Naomie Harris) – following a trail to the mysterious Silva (Javier Bardem), whose lethal and hidden motives have yet to reveal themselves.
The Title Sequence
Director Sam Mendes
Producers Michael G. Wilson & Barbara Broccoli; Production Designer Dennis Gassner
I too hope that the graphic on the Skyfall BD will match that of the Bond 50 set (007 logo on black disc with the film title). You'd think they would pay attention to that since they even bothered to put a placeholder for Skyfall in the set
I wouldn't make an attempt to own all the Bond movies though if I can get some of the good Sean Connery and a few good Roger Moores, that would be nice. MisterLeadFood, I actually don't think I want the Daniel Craig trilogy because I hate "Quantum of Solace."
@blame_thatcher: I agree. I had the first post in this threat concerned about the absence of the music video for Adele's Skyfall. I thought it was a legit question since I'm used to the music video for the title song being on the home video release of a Bond film. It was voted down so I deleted it. I didn't want to deal with all these down votes.
On the one hand a single disc release for those of you who bought the Bond 50 set would be nice (I don't like Roger Moore, so I didn't). Still, with this release, couldn't you take the Blu-ray and then give the remaining DVD and digital copy, still in it's nice packaging, to a family member or friend who doesn't have DVD?
I love when people put down ultra violet in favor of standard digital copy. Never mind you're limited to the computer you downloaded the copy onto (unless you continuously authorize different computers via Itunes) plus you can't watch on your phone or tablet.....but ultraviolet is considered nonsense! I guess if everybody in the area is certifiably insane except for one person, that makes him/her the crazy one and everyone else normal.
@gambes1: I believe Fox has a home video distribution deal with MGM. The only Bond film that Sony has released on video was Casino Royale, although I think the newer releases for that have also been from Fox.
@DanHettersen: You really deleted your comment because it was downvoted by some trolls and you didn't want to "deal" with it? Way to stand up for your question, and I agree with you. It was a perfectly legitimate question. Don't let those fools bother you.