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Frozen Blu-ray

Posted January 10, 2014 01:59 PM by Webmaster

Walt Disney PicturesWalt Disney Home Entertainment has officially announced the Blu-ray release of directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee's Frozen, which features the voice talents of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Alan Tudyk, Ciarán Hinds and Santino Fontana. Disney's 53rd animated feature arrives on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD combo pack on March 18th.

Synopsis: Fearless optimist Princess Anna (Bell) sets off on an epic journey, teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff (Groff) and his loyal reindeer Sven to find her sister Elsa (Menzel), whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf (Gad), Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.

The 2-disc Blu-ray combo pack release of Frozen features 1080p video, DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround, and the following extras:
  • The Making of Frozen
  • D'frosted: Disney's Journey From Hans Christian Anderson to Frozen
  • Breaking The Ice: The Real Making of Frozen
  • 4 Deleted Scenes with introduction by Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
  • Original Theatrical Short: "Get A Horse"
  • Let It Go" Music Videos by Demi Lovato, Martina Stoessel & Marsha Milan Londoh
  • Frozen Teaser Trailer




Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (128 comments)


Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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Where is the 3D Film and its announcement? why 2D First?
jholmes93
  Jan 10, 2014
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Glad to see Disney isn't skimping out on extras with this one! March 18 can't get here fast enough!!!
Nailwraps
  Jan 10, 2014
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On my list! ^_^

pixarforlife
  Jan 10, 2014
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I'm not a sucker for 3D Blu-rays because I don't have a 3D Blu-ray player or 3D TV, nor do I want one. I'm glad the "Get a Horse" short is on there. First day purchase!

Serch83
  Jan 10, 2014
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why no Blu-ray 3D???

bam777
  Jan 10, 2014
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One of, if not my favorite film of 2013. This easily goes in my Top 5 all-time favorite Disney films. Instant Disney classic right here. I still can't get Let It Go out of my head.
pathman
  Jan 10, 2014  

bowlingbilly10
  Jan 10, 2014
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So the 3d version is only going to be available at Walmart? That's fricking stupid!
wllm995
  Jan 10, 2014
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Welcome news - one of my favs of 2013!

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Ken Brown
  Jan 10, 2014
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Our Disney rep informed us there is no 3D release to detail or announce yet, exclusive or otherwise. I'll pursue more information on that point, as that indicates the Walmart exclusive doesn't include a 3D version of the film after all.

Andysol
  Jan 10, 2014
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This was a great movie! My little girl has sang "Let it Go" for weeks now

Hoping its iTunes compatible...

Maggot
  Jan 10, 2014  
jholmes93
  Jan 10, 2014
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Ken, is there any way you can dig up details about why there are two pre-order options on Amazon? I'm not sure which version I have pre-ordered.

Woodsy
  Jan 10, 2014  
ryanmcv
  Jan 10, 2014
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Very disappointed that no 3D version has been announced. I'm hoping that, at the very least, it will be released as a store exclusive somewhere. If not, I guess I'll be importing the 3D version from the UK.

SpaceDog
  Jan 10, 2014
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No 3D. No Buy.
BrowncoatJedi
  Jan 10, 2014  

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laie_techie
  Jan 10, 2014
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My wife has asked me to pre-order it from Amazon.

HughJasol
  Jan 10, 2014
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I can almost always justify buying a Blu-ray by not going to see it in the theater (I hardly ever go to the movies anymore). Even at $5 matinee prices, that's $10 for my wife and I to go to the movies. Unfortunately, I'm one of those people who can't go to the movies and not buy a soda and popcorn - that's another $11-$12. Not including the gas to drive to the theater, that's $22 minimum, and $30 if I want to go after 6:00 PM. So the choice is $22-$30 to watch it once with some kid kicking the back of my chair; or $17.99-$34.99 to be able to watch it anytime I want, over and over in the comfort of my own home? That's a no-brainer for me!

tru blu
  Jan 10, 2014
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Zavvi UK Steelbook version is 3D if anyone wants to import.

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MrClarke
  Jan 10, 2014
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On Wal-Mart's website today, the exclusive has been changed to Frozen w/ Infinity figure.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Frozen-Blu-ray-DVD-Digital-HD-Infinity-Elsa-Walmart-Exclusive-Widescreen/33963131

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Frozen-Blu-ray-DVD-Digital-HD-Infinity-Anna-Walmart-Exclusive-Widescreen/33963133

cornbread_1788
  Jan 10, 2014
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No commentary or 3D???????!!!!! WTF DISNEY!!!
ryanmcv
  Jan 10, 2014
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Nice find, MrClarke. That pretty much confirms that Wal-Mart will not have any exclusive 3D version.
aaaa6344
  Jan 10, 2014
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no 3d no buy

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RBBrittain
  Jan 10, 2014
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Where's the 3D, Disney??? No 3D, no buy!!!

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4000dvds2many
  Jan 10, 2014
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Screw these double-dip tactics. I won't buy it until the 3D.

Herry Dunston
  Jan 10, 2014
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Well, my suspicions have been confirmed (or assumed) after two previous Walt Disney Animation light releases: Disney is saving the substantial bonus features for their inevitable Diamond Editions.
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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so my proposed setup for the 3D would likely be the film only, get a horse is either there or removed, the 2D film with that short and the bonus material, the DVD with all its supplements, and digital being with itunes/Digital Copy Plus

Now the 3D i am wondering what happens, do i contact them now on behalf of that? is disney now going to try skipping out on the glassed version of the film? how did the version do theatrically, could that be influencing the release announcement for the 3D.

now i actually have a 3D player that is hooked to a 2D TV using an SRS trusurround system, what audio goes through it, and which blu-ray codecs can be used?

Taygan315
  Jan 10, 2014
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Disney...WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING?????? Just release a press release of the 3D release IN SOME FUCKING FORM!! Either your quiting 3D Blu releases altogether, going only with a digital 3D release (WHICH IS VERY BRASH AND ANTI CONSUMER FRIENDLY!!), or that you will release a 3D version later in the year (fall) as a way to double dip on your newest $$ maker of a flick!!

I use to love Disney releases....but they are starting to piss me off: Oz The Great And Powerful release, Iron Man 3 (too damn expensive for its first week of release,imo), and now Frozen!!
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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Taygan, ,this was shot in the CinemaScope system. the same system used to create Sleeping Beauty and other Catalog titles.

I think the 3D Blu release could be influenced by the setup the Filmmakers chose to use. which leads me to figure was the other version (3D) Cinemascope over Digital 3D like with most of their titles? was the 3D mode shot that way as well as 2D?

if we do a digital 3D only release, your screwing over the folks who have 3D players hooked up to 2D tv's (i am one of many that do have that setup) who would like to eventually purchase a TV later to use it. if your quitting my specification of blu-ray player (3D) i will be angry disney. where is the press release over the other viewing mode (3D) and why would you do a presser for 2D first.

Oz the great and powerful introduced digital copy plus, their titles are linked to the service. if it is anything prior to this film it will still require the DisneyFile Digital Copy disk. Iron man 3 is linked to this in both 2D and 3D. a lot of the computer animation titles including this one (which i assume will be and possibly in 3D mode) are linked to this, the cell animated ones of our childhood are starting to link to this , certain selected ones still require the aforementioned disc.

You will not release the Glasses Required version later in the year and you will not dare give it a treatment where it must play in a laptop that is 3D ready with a BD 3D drive to anger your consumers. your flick is making a massive amount of money, why in the world would you do that with such a big budget film. you will release it with a presser and you will do it now, not later, now. you already removed the DVD off an unrelated title, now your seeking to do stupid things with your CGI 3D titles which are a standard for children and us adults too.

im waiting disney, anytime you are ready.
jholmes93
  Jan 10, 2014
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I said this in the forum for this release but I feel it needs to be said here. Yes, Disney really dropped the ball with the announcement of this release, and I'm just as mad as the rest of you that so much confusion has been caused with little to no clarification. I do wish that there were more options for all you 3D advocates out there.

That being said, if those same people are going to let this keep them from enjoying Disney's best movie in years, then I'm sorry but that's your loss. Having seen the movie in 3D and 2D, I can say that it's just as good in both formats. Maybe Disney is seeing that 3D home theater technology is really going nowhere. Whatever the case, come March 18 I'll be happily enjoying my copy of Frozen, regardless of how many dimensions it's in.
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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i am reading the plan for the 3D version is to be a digital 3D release February 25th for the cloud users or those with Laptops that are 3D ready with 3D BD drives.

Jholmes93 i am very very angry that the ball was dropped that quick with no 3D presser.

i am reading if it you folks feel any better, the proper release can be imported in from the UK regardless of whatever the plan is from disney.
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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now if it makes you feel any better, a bugs life is heading on its way to Blu-Ray 3D on october 12th of some year we do not know yet. aladdin is our next classic up for conversion, frozen i am feeling mixed emotions for.
jholmes93
  Jan 10, 2014
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I don't think Disney is doing any more 3D re-releases. Hence the pulling of Little Mermaid's theatrical re-release
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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for this title it looks like the UK has it properly, it looks like from what im reading elsewhere that the 3D viewing mode may be linked to Digital Copy Plus where it will require a 3D laptop with 3D BD drive.

it could be, but we need to watch carefully as to the studios actual move, we must watch, and wait. that is all we can do and should do.

we may need to import the 3D and the US version of the 3D film could be attached to Digital Copy Plus for those with 3D laptops/3D BD drives

disneyboi81
  Jan 10, 2014
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Disney who has been pushing 3D are bastards for doing this.
Blucollect
  Jan 10, 2014
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for attaching it to digital copy plus right disneyboi81? or you can complain to the company and demand it happen properly in the US.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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I have solved your problem, i have emailed the studio, please expect a response from them in 1-2 business days.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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i will post here whatever the response may be from disney regarding 3D mode. do not worry.

K i r a
  Jan 11, 2014
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All comments here have been forwarded to the Cyber Police as evidence to build a case against Disney. Thank you all for your cooperation.

SpartanIre
  Jan 11, 2014
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No 3D = No buy for me! U.K. here I come… Though, I really don't believe Disney is not releasing a 3D combo pack in N.A.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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Yea, the presser is Delayed SpartanIre, we are still waiting

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obriensg1
  Jan 11, 2014
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Yeah I don't want to buy only the 3D because I've had friends come over and say 'I'd love to see that but only in 2D. Don't like 3D', or even '3D could be fun but I just want to rest my eyes. Let's just do 2D'. (That even became a fight once. "I buy the damn 3D discs so you people can come watch with me" lol)

I hope 3D comes out. I'll only buy a combo pack so I have options
JPLee
  Jan 11, 2014
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http://www.disneystore.com/frozen-blu-ray-collectors-edition-with-free-lithograph-set-offer-pre-order/mp/1349621/1000316/

Disney has lithographs (as always) with this release...
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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obriensg1 i eventually would like a TV, but wow it causes that many fights when fully set up. but i do not believe in fights, but i believe in respecting others opinions. if others prefer 2D they prefer 2D, 3D they prefer 3D. now in CGI native 3D yes you can rest at any one point to resolve that issue with your friends, in post conversion you can if you like as well.

i do too hope 3D comes out because thats what my player is and its currently set up on a 2D TV, would like to buy a TV it can use eventually. i am future proofing for now, and would like to use this on a 3D TV depending on what disneys plan is, would like to view it in native 3D in the way it was created, and not through the TV's 2D-3D converter function. thats part of why as well i future proof the combos, to have options now, and use 3D later.

Destinys Memory
  Jan 11, 2014
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No 3D. I could maybe understand it if Frozen tanked at the box office, but it's a huge hit. Another poor decision by Disney. Guess I'll be importing, after all. Ridiculous.

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MikaLove
  Jan 11, 2014
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I really, really, REALLY wish Disney would make their Blu's with all the audio tracks and subs for the whole world. It's so painful having to buy the region A collector sets and the local editions, which always are much more meager and dull looking. Perhaps it'd take up a lot of space on the discs, but still... Disney movies are rarely over 90 minutes long, so audio for them shouldn't take up too much space. Plus most often, only the biggest languages get the e.g. DTS-HD/MA treatment, etc.

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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I just want Disney to come out and say, offically, whether Frozen will or will not have a 3D blu version. If they are planning NOT releasing a 3D blu version at all or they do plan on releasing a 3D version with its re release in the Fall (not confirmed but rumored)....MAKE SOME STATEMENT to clear up the confusion!!! Releasing a press release that is not FULLY explained is bullshit.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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agreed sir, that should be happening, but the mouse wants to hold us on pins and needles.
mredman
  Jan 11, 2014
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Disney has become the most greedy company now. Disney has truly hit new lows with some of their releases. Ugh what a consumer unfriendly company it has become

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Miner4Life99
  Jan 11, 2014
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I absolutely loved this movie, really funny and heartfelt, great music, and great voice acting, day one purchase for me

sicoe
  Jan 11, 2014
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This was an awesome movie, so I'll definitely pick this up! Are there no news about a 3D release?
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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sicoe we are still waiting on news regarding that. i am planning on picking the title up for my specification (BD 3D) if we hear anything yet.

HughJasol
  Jan 11, 2014
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I'm just going to wait until either:

a.) Disney releases a 3D version
b.) Disney announces officially there will be no 3D release (neither US nor region free UK)

I doubt "b.)" is going to happen, so I'm probably waiting 1-12 months after the initial release on March 18th . . .

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Ken Brown
  Jan 11, 2014
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The only thing I've been able to confirm is there is only one Blu-ray edition (the second Amazon listing is a duplicate that will be removed at some point). There will be retailer exclusive editions, but none appear (at this time) to have any substantial extras not already included in the standard BD combo pack. Disney has yet to say there will not be a 3D version down the road, just that none is being released, again "at this time". Until they offer more details, consider anything and everything else to be speculation. We'll of course report any details the moment they become available.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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Ken, i am hearing 3D could be attached to digital copy plus and they could create a special extension of the service for the 3D versions of their titles. but i will wait until you have more to share.
jholmes93
  Jan 11, 2014
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Ken, on the official Disney website, the "Breaking the Ice: The Real Making of Frozen" feature is no longer listed as a bonus on the Blu Ray and Digital HD. Is there any way you can see if that's just an error?
Bud Bray
  Jan 11, 2014
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Here's the blurb from The HD Room...
http://www.thehdroom.com/news/Frozen-Blu-ray-Release-Date-Details-and-Cover-Art-Revealed-by-Disney/13700

Relevant text " Though Frozen was released theatrically in 3D, the studio is opting not to support Blu-ray 3D in the home video release plans. The only way to watch Frozen 3D at home will be via Digital 3D, which will debut early on February 25 along with the Digital HD version."
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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@Bud Bray, is this plan absolute for this title? how would digital 3D work exactly? would it be an extension of Digital Copy Plus but only for those with 3D laptops with 3D BD drives being allowed to view the title that way?

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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@Bud Bray, thank you for the link. @Blucollect, thank you for your insight and persistence in all this.

But if the link that Bud Bray turns out to be true....God this such BULLSHIT!!

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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Should we expect other studios to follow suit now if Disney does choose not to release 3D Blus anymore (if the text Bud Bray highlighted is factual)?? I guess...again if true... none of us can assume that the movies having a 3D release in the theaters this year will also have a Blu 3D home release!!!??!!

I HATE that text Bud Bray highlighted!! What Disney is saying screw you 3D supporters and adopters!! Were quitting 3D Blu in favor of Digital 3D..which you don't physically own and its cheaper for us to manufacture..yet we can still charge premium price for!! That's just PISS POOR anti-consumer

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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I don't the first thing about Digital 3D
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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47 ronin is on track for home exhibition, this title is the cause for concern right now. Bud Bray is this plan true before i call the company during business hours expressing my anger?

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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We (the consumers) make Frozen the hit it is....NOT Disney. Yet we (again the CONSUMERS WHO BOUGHT THOSE TICKETS) get this kind of press release for it...which is anti consumer at its finest. Just unbelievable the greed Disney is showing us. Just makes me anti Disney now..and I love Disney as does my family.

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Ken Brown
  Jan 11, 2014
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This is reminiscent of the combo pack fiasco with 'Oz.' Disney saw how consumers reacted and didn't do it again. My hunch is this is yet another test of the waters to see how people react on a single release before making any permanent ongoing change. The reps haven't mentioned Digital 3D, so I'll have to follow up on that point. This is the first I've heard it.

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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Thanks Ken for your insight. Please let us know what you find out.
reidw
  Jan 11, 2014
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Frozen may just be the harbinger of things to come. By this time next year it may become expected for some movies to be offered more in digital/cloud type formats than on physical disks. It may in fact no longer be automatic that a movie will automatically be released in any form of physical disk. I'd also look for "leasing" from the cloud as opposed to outright ownership (5 year renewals?) to be pushed by the studios. In fact if the studios are bold enough they may finally flip that secret flag on all BDs that turns every disk into a leased product as soon as you put it into your internet connected player and try to play it. That possibility has been there since day one of Blue Ray.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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I only recently started in on all of this, i am a rookie when it comes to either viewing mode. as my viewing platform is a BD 3D player hooked into a 2D TV.

this is one of the many titles that i would love to buy in physical disc form for the BD 3D. but it seems disneys plan is to cause us distress.

now in digital 3D it would probably be as i said, only those of us with 3D laptops/BD drives that can play the specification back will be allowed to view it, and those still using players are forced to use the 2D film.

this is one of the most talked about titles of the year and we are being placed in the middle of a war and a conflict that the mouse is going to have a field day capitalizing off of us the consumers by forcing us to sell our 2D laptops in order to view it.

but that may or may not be happening, as i said previously we must watch carefully as to what they will do and what will happen. we don't truly know what will happen in regards to it in 3D mode since we already know for 2D as detailed above the post.

i do not think reidw that the secret flag in the BDs will happen yet, i do not think cloud lease will happen yet either as what do those who only recently started do?

frozen will either be the harbringer of things to come, or pull some sort of miracle out of its hat for us the consumers.

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honeylatte
  Jan 11, 2014
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no physical release = no buy for me. if they do have 3d download only, i'll only grab the 2d version. or maybe import the UK 3d disc.
jholmes93
  Jan 11, 2014
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reidw: You seem to have dropped your tin foil hat, let me just get that for you

Taygan315
  Jan 11, 2014
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Found this on Best Buys site.


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Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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i don't know if the UK 3D is brittish english or american english? who can clarify that?
jholmes93
  Jan 11, 2014
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I'm....I'm pretty sure it's the exact same voice cast if that's what you mean...
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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the question jholmes 93 was is frozen's uk disc in brittish english when i play that back if disney goes through with the current plan over american english due to the countries language difference?
jholmes93
  Jan 11, 2014
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So you mean is it region-locked? If that's your question, and if it is region-locked, then you need a Blu Ray player that can playback a Region B (UK) disc.
Blucollect
  Jan 11, 2014
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no, i Private messaged you just now in regards to a possible language barrier between NA and the UK. that was the question. no to my knowledge i do not believe the disc is region-locked.
mredman
  Jan 11, 2014
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Reidw what the hell are you doing on a blu ray site you "stream/digital troll. Just get lost !
What you are saying is horseshit.

Do you really think "collectors" are gonna just take this lying down. Noway in hell are they gonna pay for that.
Studios can't just rely on that they will lose billions if they did that because physical is still the biggest earning machine for the studios and streaming and digital is not even close to the revenue physical media generates for studios.
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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I agree with mredman, Reidw what you are saying is putting me in a great deal of panic, as you are putting the rest of us in panic (the folks who own 3D players regardless of how they are configured and the TV they are hooked up to).

we will not be taking it laying down Reidw as you say we will be doing, we are not going to pay for your supposed plan, not now or in the near future.

Disney (the maker of this flim) will lose money under the plan you are suggesting, how dare you have the nerve to let alone suggest that as mrredman is saying.

physical disc is a money earner and will be for quite a long time in either dimension and any dimension, i am a rookie to this format, you are playing yourself off as an established veteran who doesn't equally value both.

what are you doing on here stream/digital troll? what you are feeding this community is a crock of lies, and things to cause us all distress.

mr redman, this is my rant regarding his supposed plan.

digital streaming of titles is barely off the ground which is why physical is still valued.

DuranFanWI
  Jan 12, 2014
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I just hope this really isn't true, but it sure doesn't look good. I just hope if they do opt to do a U.K. release on 3D Blu-Ray, that it'll be region-free like others are suggesting.
mredman
  Jan 12, 2014
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reidw is long known for being a streaming and digital troll here. You can't take that fool serious.

These are just 6 reasons why physical media will always be KING.

1. People and especially collectors want to "own" their movies not on some foreign server where maybe someday you have to pay for it again EVERYTIME you wanna see a physical copy like blu ray or DVD you can take out and play whenever you want you can take it over to a friends house you can borrow it to friends and family ect..
2. Internet in area going down due to maintenance or weather.
3. PQ and AQ of Digital Download have not reached the quality of Blu-Ray yet
4. Streaming services take out titles to add new titles. netflix drop titles every month to add new movies.
5. Physical media sell like hot cakes when people buy gifts to birthdays and Christmas. Man it would be exciting to get a Code on piece of paper lol - NOT.
6. Its the collectors choice and there will always be collectors. Man has collected since the stoneage. Do these streaming trolls really think they will just stop collecting their favorite movies or music
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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i believe the points you are suggesting very strongly mredman. Reidw needs these points drilled into his very thick skull.

the reasons you have are all very well stated, do i really want to enter a code online, or better yet sell my laptop in 2D to get a Laptop with a BD 3D drive in order to view frozen NO i do not.

Physical media will be the king, the streaming and digital troll does not know this (reidw), you know this. this will be a very strong and dominant medium for Blu-Ray for a very long time.

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MrClarke
  Jan 12, 2014
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I finally saw this tonight. What an excellent movie. I wish I had seen it in 3D. I bet the castle building scene was amazing in 3D
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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from what i have heard, this was very well designed in 3D, all the sequences were very well done and well stereographed into 3D where it came out to be visually gorgeous and the best 3D and top of the notch too.

Taygan315
  Jan 12, 2014
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There's talk now that the blu ray release,in general, is being delayed. If true....GEE I WONDER WHY!!!!
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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no taygan, its being released at its correct date.
Bud Bray
  Jan 12, 2014
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Hi guys. I just posted the info i found on the HD Room site. As for a UK release being re-voiced i highly doubt that cuz English is English, the French and other foreign languages will be re voiced. I have purchased a few (Non Disney) titles from the UK (Have region free DVD player)and they were same as NA version. OK i'm no expert or a rep for any companies but I too purchase the 3D versions although I currently have the 3D player connected to 2D projector. I find the 3D Blu Ray versions offer the best value, 3D, 2D, usually DVD and Digital copy for 1 price. I hate double dipping! So far Walmart has lost their 3D exclusive and Amazon has deleted theirs. I'm going to keep my eye on the Amazon UK and see what happens there since their distribution rights are probably different than NA. Sorry for the long rant guys!
bradk
  Jan 12, 2014
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Walmart did NOT replace one 'exclusive' for another. It simply added one (actually it added two -- there is an Infinity for Elsa and one for Anna). If it had _replaced_ it, they'd have the same SKU which they clearly don't. It goes like this: On 12/20, Walmart listed 2D and 3D. On 12/26, Walmart ADDED two Disney Infinity (that's 3 exclusives on the site). On 1/4, Walmart removed ALL listings, including 2D. On 1/10, Walmart added BACK the 2D and Disney Infinity (although the Elsa one kept going up and down).

As of 1/10, Disney is 'not releasing a 3D at this time.' That's all the official news there is. Everything else is speculation including word that Walmart is simply being penalized for releasing the information 3 weeks early (they also released news on Saving Mr. Banks which has also been removed). Unless a formal announcement happens before release date, allowing those to cancel pre-orders, there is only speculation. But historically speaking, Walmart is usually fairly accurate when they leak information. usually.

(The Digital 3D release is actually mentioned in the official press release)

Taygan315
  Jan 12, 2014
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Thanks Blucollect....yeah..that rumor was false. Should have known that. Apologies
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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thats quite alright, we must wait for some sort of formal announcement regarding 3D mode specifically. the rumor ReidW has is false in addition to walmarts leak.
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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let reidw go, let him go, can't hold him back anymore. let him go, let him go, turn our backs and kick him off the site.

the digital/streaming troll glows white on the mountain tonight, not a footprint to be seen, a kingdom of isolation and it looks like hes the king.

who would like to finish my let reidw go song?

mredman, would you like to improvise lyrics to it?
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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the troll is howling like the swirling storm inside, couldn't keep it in heaven knows he tried.

don't let him on a blu-ray site, be the good troll he's always meant to be, conceal him away don't let him feel

and now we know, let reidw go, let him go, can't hold him back anymore, let him go, let him go, turn our backs and kick him off the site

and here we stand..... (help me improvise the rest of the lyrics mredman)

the users never bothered him anyway
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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*and here he'll stand, and here he'll stay"

it's funny how a troll causes us panic, and great amounts of distress. the fear that always controls him, gets to us all.

up in his private troll cave he finally can breathe, he will be off the site and we will be relived.

Let reidw go, let him go, can't hold him back anymore, let him go, let him go, turn our backs and kick him off the site.

and here we stand, and here he'll stay, let him go, let him go, the users never bothered him anyway

standing, trolling in the life he's chosen.he won't troll again, the past is well behind us

buried in his evil plans

let him go, let him go, can't hold him back anymore, let him go, let him go turn our backs and kick him off the site

and here we stand, and here he'll stay, let him go, let him go, the users never bothered him anyway.

what do you all think of the parody
aaaa6344
  Jan 12, 2014
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it's simple, the movie was made in 3d, directed for 3d, and optimized for 3d....why would anyone spend their money on the 2d version which isn't even an accurate representation of the film? This is not a simple 3d post-conversion. People who don't really care can buy the 2d but they won't be getting the real version of the movie. I personally don't see the reason to but it at all in 2d, and at this point will only netflix or redbox it. I have no interest in paying for access to the online version, and to think that you can get 3d blu-ray video quality online is a joke. I can barely get 720p on my 3mb connection.
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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on top of that you have to sell your current 2D laptop for a 3D laptop with a 3D BD drive to let alone view it online aaaa6344.

i agree, this is made in 3D (hence the term native), directed with 3D in mind (hence 3D CGI) and optimized for 3D (the reason why we view movies in 3D and have 3D players/displays those players are attached to)

this was crafted native 3D, all the files were present and there was enough data to render in native 3D and make it viewable in native 3D, CGI 3D post conversion has only been attempted a limited few times as it is but only on the account of the files not being there to place a 2nd virtual camera in every scene.

i care enough to equally value both, but the 3D is the real version of the movie in this case.

i will view both, but 3D is clearly where its at with the story.

i have no interest either in paying for access to the online version (a 3D version online would again require a 3D laptop with 3D BD drive) but getting Blu-Ray 3D format quality video online as you are saying is a joke which is why it exists on TV's alone in the first place.

i am also on the same speed, but i think something will be done in disneys timing. lets not lose hope for one of the greatest of animated titles of the year to appear as a physical Blu-Ray 3D disc, and this film which is right up there with many of their classics that they are very well known for.
bradk
  Jan 12, 2014
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3D with CG isn't a piece of cake, but it's no great feat either. I believe it was Pete Docter of Pixar who explained that the process of making a film 3D is to 'add another camera.' So you render the film for the right eye and the left eye.

Honestly I've only seen the film (multiple times) in 3D and I wasn't that crazy about it. I only really appreciated it during the troll scenes.

That said, I can't imagine having to watch Get A Horse! in 2D.
jholmes93
  Jan 12, 2014
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I saw Get a Horse in 2D and it was just fine. I appreciate the creativity of the short itself rather than its 3D effects. As for Frozen, they made it so that there's a great sense of depth and dimension even in the 2D presentation. The movie is just as good in both formats
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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i think bradk that it did well in all of its effects, this is after all the most talked about release of the year. and the 3D version is the topic being talked about here in this section.
Blucollect
  Jan 12, 2014
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mredman, how did you like my song written about reidw?
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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Canada, France and Germany are each releasing the proper combo pack as we are supposed to for this title. North America we need to watch carefully. The DVDs audio is set to go no lower than English Dolby digital 5.1. The DVD copy and both blus are using DTS 7.1 HDMA as the sole audio track
reidw
  Jan 13, 2014
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@mredman: Would it surprise you to learn that I agree with all your excellently made six points? I too am a physical disk collector. I've never streamed a movie and given the cost of internet in Canada never would never even consider doing so. I want the best possible quality and so I buy nothing but Blu-rays. The difference then is what? I guess I see things differently and from my vantage point I can see the end of physical disks a little sooner rather than later. I go into my local video store and find only the latest new releases of current movies (they're not films anymore) on the shelf. Where did all the new catalogue titles go? The manager says he doesn't stock them anymore because of "head office orders". Of course this local store is now offering to sign up members for proprietary video streaming service. Fewer extras, missing commentaries, store exclusives that drive Bill Hunt crazy, a missing 3D version of movie shot in 3D, major films being handed over to small operations like Twilight Time etc. and its not too difficult to see the writing on the wall. By the way with regard to Twilight Time, they can only print 3,000 copies of a given picture. Does it not seem surprising that a good film such as Oliver which TT released last fall still has not been able to sell out? You mean there aren't even 3,000 collectors out there who wanted this entertaining musical? This seems to indicate that number of people collecting disk may be dwindling.

For the record, my next three purchases are all BD specials, Zulu, Khartoum and The Blue Max from TT.

Lastly, I'd like to state once and for all that I am not a troll nor am I a proponent of the "cloud" or streaming/downloading. In fact, I loathe these internet based technologies and as long as physical media are around I know that I will continue to buy them. I urge those of you here who also feel this way to continue to do so. Don't let the studios says that they're dropping physical media because of poor sales. It's what they want.
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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wow, so your not a proponent of that after all.
mredman
  Jan 13, 2014
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reidw - I believe you are forgetting stores close everywhere now for good and they got less and less to offer because people buy more over the net this has nothing to do with blu ray in stores dwindling its every store dwindling because people buy from the net instead its the same with blu rays of course

Did you also forget blu rays had huge sales on black friday and during christmas shopping..On these days especially christmas and birthdays blu ray and physical sales will always be huge.
Noway would people want a piece of paper with a code on christmas and birthdays . They want a physical gift that they can hold in their hand and put in a blu ray to watch with the best possible PQ and AQ with great extra material.

i think you are wrong in your view because collectors and some people will not be tricked into buying into this digital thing where you can't "OWN" a movie anymore and sooner or later it will likely come to that when you wanna see a movie again you have to pay for it each time you wanna view it because lets face it they gotta get their money from somewhere because they can't charge that much for stream and digital that they do for physical.. And i really think people are smarter than that. With a physical copy you can watch it where ever you want because its "YOURS" its just something digital and stream can never be.

This whole digital push will back fire on the studios because its means you can't "Own" your movies anymore and i think those that collect movies and want their favorite movies to watch over and over when they fell like it will not jump on to this because "ownership" will cease to exist and many people will not want to be a part of that movement. Maybe for casual viewers, Hell i stream to but for those that want to "own" their favorites will always opt for the "superior" physical blu ray

Not to mention piracy would be even higher if there were no physical media because to pirate a movie would actually be the exact same thing then to get the digital copy. Then the studios would lose billions there to.

Its also the collectors choice to opt more for physical and there will always be collectors. Man has collected since the stoneage.

This year alone physical media had almost an income of 8 billion dollars. That is huge and not to be taken lightly there was even an increase of 5% for blu ray sales

digital could barely get to 1 billion.
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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there you go reidw, straight from mredman himself.
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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Mredman you are right about that

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MrClarke
  Jan 13, 2014
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this whole comment section has gotten ridiculous.
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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MrClarke, the focus of the section is frozen 3D and our concerns,
reidw
  Jan 13, 2014
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@mredman: OK just one question to you. I'll concede there will always be collectors who want physical product? But ... How many? Will there be enough to sustain a physical media market? My somewhat pessimistic view says no. How many of your friends still buy physical media rather than just subscribing to Netflix etc? The PQ and AQ are more than adequate in their opinion (not mine). I hope I'm wrong and will continue to buy BDs both in-store and online to help keep the market alive but I fear it is a losing battle. In fact that may be the only real difference between us, you're still optimistic and I find that I can't be.
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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@reidw you can't be optimistic for the following reason, there are a lot of people out there including myself valuing physical product as in physical disc.

it will be a winning battle sir, keep the faith in a physical market staying alive as mredman has said. this is still the king, digital copies and the codes won't generate enough revenue to keep that side alive either.

physical disc is going to be alive and well for a very long time reidw, digital copy and streaming will not match the revenue the medium generates.

disney will hopefully see this with frozen 3D knowing that not many consumers own 3D laptops with 3D BD drives(in order to view frozen behind the 3D glasses) , and do the physical Blu-Ray 3D up here like mredman is saying that physical media still is king.

the market will be kept alive, we just need to have faith that it stays alive and we don't go down this path.
mredman
  Jan 13, 2014
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reidw - why does it need to be a war anyway studios make huge money from physical media and will always do so because there will always be collectors and people that prefer to own their stuff. Streaming and digital is for for casual viewings mostly and never was for collectors and there will ALWAYS be collectors its the way we are wired we need to have a hobby and all people collect stuff there will always be movie buffs and they want to won their stuff and be able to take out and watch when ever you want..

And i can assure you if there were no physical media why would anyone even pay for digital and streaming if they can get the exact copy illegaly on the net.

Why don't you think both can live right by each other.

I also think some of those hard streaming people also want to own at least a few of their favorite movies on physical media.
Netflix does not even offer all movies there is TONS of movies not on it and they also take movies out when they have been on for some time then they add new movies.. With blu ray or physical media you will always own the movie

Taygan315
  Jan 13, 2014
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How Disney is handling this is just piss poor. I mean, we..the consumers...deserve better. WE, THE CONSUMERS, made Frozen the sucess that it is..not Disney!! To pull this digital 3D shit on us with a movie that almost all 3D fans wants in 3D...and on 3D Blu-ray... is just deceptive in my book!!
Blucollect
  Jan 13, 2014
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agreed, disney emailed me back and said i should email blu-ray support and help. i emailed the blu-ray support and help department with my concerns. i will post their response to this titles release in 3D mode in 1-2 business days.

how long will the thread be open?

Taygan315
  Jan 13, 2014
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Thanks Blucollect for the follow up. Much appreciated. I have a question for you..I'll PM you about it.
Bud Bray
  Jan 14, 2014
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Well, I just pre-ordered Frozen 3D Blu ray on Amazon.UK. Let's see how this one goes. It says it's region free so i suspect this may be Disney's way of a PLAN B having a region-free 3D version available just not in North America. I'll keep you posted if I get cancelled or not.
It's just the 3D and 2D, no DVD or digital copy, i'll get that with the NA purchase(maybe)
Blucollect
  Jan 16, 2014
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Again we need to watch over the mouse carefully and cautiously.
Blucollect
  Jan 16, 2014
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I have the response from Disney taygan, when I am back in front of my computer I will let you read it.
Blucollect
  Jan 16, 2014
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@taygan315 i have the response regarding this title in 3D:

Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding Frozen in 3D. We appreciate your interest in Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

We regret that we do not have any release date for Frozen in 3D. Although we do not have a tentative release date set, we would be happy to share with the rest of our team that you would like to have this available for purchase! Your feedback helps us build a better experience for all of our guests and is truly appreciated!

To view our release calendar and see what great titles are currently available and coming soon, please visit http://disneydvd.disney.go.com/release-calendar.html.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email. You may also contact us at 1-800-723-4763 (Canada: 1-888-877-2843), Monday 9:30-7:30 and Tuesday through Friday 9:30-6:30 CST.

Sincerely,

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Guest Relations
US and Canada
Bud Bray
  Jan 16, 2014
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Um ok. So lets see what happens with my UK 3D order. Now Best Buy is listing one, sheesh! Now its a matter of principle, I don't even have a 3D projector! I just want the 3D BECAUSE! Childish i know. Well a lot can and WILL happen in the next 2 months, hang on folks, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!
Bud
Blucollect
  Jan 16, 2014
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@Bud Bray this was intended for taygan315. so he can make a decision as to what to do with the BD for his child as a father.
Bud Bray
  Jan 17, 2014
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I was just saying to everyone it should be interesting to see what happens with my 3D order since every other one has been cancelled. I actually got an email from Amazon UK about other new releases so no cancel yet. It's now nominated for Best Animated Oscar so maybe Disney will have a change of it's FROZEN heart (intentional pun there!)
Blucollect
  Jan 17, 2014
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i knew this was nominated for an award, we hope disney thaws out (also intentional pun) and recognizes it should not repeat the Oz fiasco and doing that in 3DCGI is worse than in live action/traditional 2D animation.

now doing it in 3D CGI would cause upset parents who will more than likely take their anger out on disney for not releasing a 3D BD in 3D as it was created. now since this was created in CGI animation and re-rendered again for stereoscopic 3D, parents like Taygan315 are looking for this version for their children.

Bud i get what you are saying, we need to watch carefully over the mouses movements and it has won a Best Animated Oscar after all.
Blucollect
  Jan 18, 2014
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Frozen's performance right now is it is making $323.1 million dollars, and $717.7 million dollars around the world. i would be angry if disney's biggest success doesn't appear here.
Blucollect
  Jan 20, 2014
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Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding Frozen in 3D. We appreciate your interest in Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.



We regret that we do not have any release date for Frozen in 3D. Although we do not have a tentative release date set, we would be happy to share with the rest of our team that you would like to have this available for purchase! Your feedback helps us build a better experience for all of our guests and is truly appreciated!



To view our release calendar and see what great titles are currently available and coming soon, please visit http://disneydvd.disney.go.com/release-calendar.html.



If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email. You may also contact us at 1-800-723-4763 (Canada: 1-888-877-2843), Monday 9:30-7:30 and Tuesday through Friday 9:30-6:30 CST.



Sincerely,



Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Guest Relations

US and Canada
Taygan315 here is the 2nd response i have recieved from disney:
Blucollect
  Jan 20, 2014
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I have great news everyone, it seems the mouse has listened to me and has granted a release date to Frozen in 3D. i want you all to check the listings to be sure you are reading it correctly as i did.

the release date in 3D physically is April 16th here in North America for those who do not wish to buy the Vudu only copy.

bowlingbilly10
  Jan 21, 2014
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@blucollect I hope u are right. I really want to get the physical 3d version.
Blucollect
  Jan 21, 2014
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@bowlingbilly10 read its listing, its next to last in its row. there will be a physical release after all. i contacted the mouse and they listened to me about it.
Blucollect
  Jan 22, 2014
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the listing is now gone, time to call disney and express my anger.
Blucollect
  Jan 28, 2014
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no 3D as of yet, vudu is absolute for now...... called disney and they granted me an invite to do both DMR and The Lille Mermaid's exchange program when i do purchase that disc. they were very kind and helpful folks..
Blucollect
  Jan 31, 2014
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Sing along version starts today, would the Blu-Rays contain the track, or will there be a special BD for that version?


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