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Cloud Atlas: No Official Release Date Yet

Posted February 1, 2013 10:45 AM by Webmaster

Warner 90th AnniversaryWarner Bros. has reached out to Blu-ray.com to help clarify details surrounding the Blu-ray release of Cloud Atlas. Currently, no official release date has been set or announced, and rumors of a June street date remain unconfirmed. The studio has informed us that it will be unveiling its Cloud Atlas plans in the near future, though, so date and product details will be available soon.

Cloud Atlas is an ambitious, multi-part epic that takes the form of six stories read by six people throughout various continents and time periods on Earth. As in the novel, the Wachowskis and director Tom Tykwer draw thematic and narrative parallels between these disparate segments - spanning the Chatham Islands in 1850 to a futuristic, post-apocalyptic Hawaii - ultimately suggesting connections that the individual protagonists would not dare suspect. The film contains an impressive ensemble cast that includes Tom Hanks (Apollo 13), Halle Berry (Monster's Ball), Jim Sturgess (The Way Back), Hugo Weaving (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), Ben Whishaw (The Hour), Jim Broadbent (Topsy-Turvy), James D'Arcy (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World), Doona Bae (The Host), Keith David (The Thing), Hugh Grant (About a Boy) and Susan Sarandon (Bull Durham).


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the revelator
  Feb 01, 2013
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Bummer!
colbster901
  Feb 01, 2013
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Good film. I was looking forward to buying it on February 5th

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Jowiko96
  Feb 01, 2013
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Well, that just ruined my my day. I just want a set release date, Warner. Next week or 4 months from now, I will buy it no matter what.

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BD4Life
  Feb 01, 2013
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Makes zero sense to delay it, unless they are trying to still make money off of it in theaters internationally. I have been waiting for this for quite some time now.

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rickah88
  Feb 01, 2013
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Is WB now going to confirm release dates with blu-ray.com!

PBateman87
  Feb 01, 2013
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When I first read about and saw trailers for this, it looked like a huge mess and I missed it in theaters. Since then I've heard a lot of very, very positive things about it from people who are very film literate and whose opinions on movies I respect a great deal...now I can't wait to see it on Blu-ray.
karlosfunkster
  Feb 01, 2013
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Interestingly there's been a Russian release on Blu Ray since December - that I have seen and it appears to have been a legitimate release, albeit a dubbed one?

digestion
  Feb 01, 2013
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Cloud Atlas was a flawed but engaging movie. I'm pretty certain it's going to be a cult classic for many years to come.

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nathanp
  Feb 01, 2013
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that's ok, in no rush to see this.

moviemaniacdsg
  Feb 01, 2013
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I hope there is an option to watch each story separately instead of bouncing back and forth. I really enjoyed the movie in theaters but I felt some of the stories were more entertaining than others.

Armondo22
  Feb 01, 2013
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thats a shame never got to see it in theaters was hoping to pick it up soon.... wonder what the delay is.... The Hobbit already has a date in March... this was out in theaters way before, if i remember.

kafziel
  Feb 01, 2013
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So the news is, there is no news? Cool story.

Destinys Memory
  Feb 01, 2013
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Warner Bros. needs to get over it. The film didn't do well. Prolonging the release isn't going to make people want it more, it's going to make people forget about the film. Should have released it in February.

BluPix
  Feb 01, 2013
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I look forward to adding this to my collection whenever it comes out on blu. I thought it was one of the most remarkable films of 2012. I also think its fanbase will grow steadily larger as it lives on the home video format.
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Ace of Sevens
  Feb 01, 2013
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Not the Wachowski Brothers. The Wachowskis. Ugh.
faornelas
  Feb 01, 2013
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Makes no difference to me. The movie is much less than expected.

pixarforlife
  Feb 01, 2013
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That's stupid. I didn't see this but wanted to rent it. Wasn't in a rush to see it like I was for "Skyfall," but please give a release date soon.
Steven_101
  Feb 01, 2013
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I am so bummed about this! Cloud Atlas was a thought-provoking and ambitious film. I was really looking forward to watching it again, and adding it to my collection.

Bluyoda
  Feb 01, 2013
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February release date, please. It's going to be a blind-buy for me.

brainofj72
  Feb 01, 2013
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That's okay, you can keep it, WB.
Daytripper
  Feb 01, 2013
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June !??

MuvyTikit
  Feb 02, 2013
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I'm no film snob. I like my Avatar, Cabin in the Woods, Ratatouille, Citizen Kane, How to Train Your Dragon... I'm saying, I like all kinds of things. And there are movies I absolutely hate, too.

But Cloud Atlas? I had to see it in theaters 3 times. Each time, I immediately wanted to see it again. I had to bring friends and family and share it with them. Some of them completely loved it along with me, and others... some thought it was pretentious, some we confused by it, some thought it was overreaching.

Me? It's my new favorite movie, ever. Ev-er!
malcy30
  Feb 02, 2013
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I presume they are worried about overseas customers importing. In the UK our theatrical release is not until end of month and some countries in Europe like France have to wait until mid March.

They have really screwed this up with such as stretched out release schedule for a major film. I thought those days were long gone. These days most big films get their global release either simultaneously or within a month. May be they were hoping for Oscar wins to help with the overseas marketing.

Given its an independent film the producers may have pressurised Warner to delay in US as although they also have rights in UK and some countries, others are Fox or local independent distributors.

jay166
  Feb 02, 2013
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It's not out in Australia at cinemas until the end of this month also.

I know its usually Warner's nature to make their Blu-Ray releases region free even if its a Region A release, but if they really didn't want people in other markets purchasing it, they could still lock it to Region A if they wanted.

Admittedly, I would have blind-bought this one from the states if it was released before seeing this in cinemas here if the release date hadn't changed. Not that I'm complaining about seeing it in cinemas in less than a months time now anyway.
MoulinBlu
  Feb 02, 2013
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So, basically, this is just a news report that there is no news to report yet - a pre-news teaser that there may soon be something to actually report on?

K i r a
  Feb 02, 2013
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My job has a placeholder date of just "May, 2013", no exact date. That's about as much info as I have.

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paper tiger
  Feb 04, 2013
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Germany has a release date of 15 April 2013. Time will tell, I see it coming in April or May.

This will be a blind buy for me, but I am very much looking forward to it.
Junkshot9112
  Feb 05, 2013
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Delay release, promote piracy. Simple.

gumperman
  Feb 05, 2013
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Dang, I was just about to head out to buy it (because I knew this was the release date for some time) but decided to check out how much it was selling on Amazon, and then saw 'No Release Date'. WTF? I jumped over to here to see if there was any news and here I am. I'm hugely disappointed, but all I can do is wait now.
karadur
  Feb 20, 2013
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It is announced:

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/02/20/cloud-atlas-blu-ray-announced?abthid=512550e8f46a8b285500000f


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