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Amazon Gets Early Blu-ray Titles, Including Lost in Translation and IMAX 3D

Posted October 12, 2010 05:20 AM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesLate this year, Amazon will offer several Blu-ray titles five weeks before other retailers. Universal's Lost in Translation will be available at the etailer on December 7, while other retailers will have to wait until January 4, 2011. Similarly, three IMAX 3D Blu-ray titles from Image Entertainment (Dinosaurs Alive! 3D, Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk 3D and Wild Ocean 3D) will be in stock at Amazon on November 2, while general release will be on December 7.

An Amazon representative has confirmed that the release dates above are accurate.

Release details are unchanged from those initially announced. For the Lost in Translation Blu-ray announcement, see Blu-ray.com, September 29. For the IMAX 3D Blu-ray announcements from Image, see Blu-ray.com, October 6.


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News comments (15 comments)


Iain
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Can't wait for LIT...day one purchase for me.

vargihate
 - Oct 12, 2010

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(What Iain said) x 2

mishal
 - Oct 12, 2010

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(What vargihate said) x 3

John31
 - Oct 12, 2010

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(What mishal said) x4

TimBob
 - Oct 12, 2010

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I like this game!

(What John31 said) x∞

fettastic
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Finally an exclusive at the place I prefer to buy from anyway. I'm getting them all.

Joen
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Will lossless audio finally reveal Bill Murray's famous final sentence? Will 1080p enhance Johansson's luscious curves?

DualEdge
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Hasn't that mystery of Murray's final sentence already been solved? Try YouTube, that's where I saw it.

Penthouse
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Is anyone else getting sick of this stupid exclusivity game. 28 day delay at Redbox and Netflix, Best Buy Exclusive for 3 months, 5 week exclusive at Amazon. Hey studios, do you all want to sell your product or what?!

mywhitenoise
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Better Amazon than Best Buy. Lost In Translation will be mine,

dmarvin
 - Oct 12, 2010

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+1 for Amazon exclusives. No sales tax + Amazon Prime + the potential for a Gold Box discount if I add & remove LiT to my cart or view its product page enough = win. Count me as a LiT purchaser!

Minimejer05
 - Oct 12, 2010

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Awesome! Will be getting Lost!

ckenisell
 - Oct 12, 2010

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I find it hypocritical that we bash Best Buy for their exclusives, but turn a blind eye to amazon. I'm with Penthouse. Exclusivity (no matter who offers it) SUCKS!!! Price fixing, buying studios, it's a whole new level of greed and it should be illegal.

I STILL won't buy titles until general release.

Also, the tactics that these studios and resellers have been using lately really have me questioning my hobby. I'm almost done with this whole mess. What they are doing with 3D, dealer exclusives, rental delays, PPV with 24-hour windows, expiring digital downloads, etc. Everything is just getting so convoluted. It's like they are grasping at straws after they saw what happened to the music industry. Why not take the Disney approach and make awesome products that people WANT to buy without some kind of "exclusivity".

Ashamed Pegasus
 - Oct 13, 2010

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Most people who were crying about the previous exclusives were doing so because they were from Best Buy... Evident by this thread they seem to not give a damn when Amazon does them...

MrBrains
 - Oct 13, 2010

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confused ! Grand Canyon is clearly showing as October 18th here in UK! and has already been released in the USA.


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