The Blu-ray release of Steven Spielberg's A.I. Artificial Intelligence, initially slated for February 15 but later delayed to April 12 (see Blu-ray.com, December 6, 2010 and January 6, 2011), will finally hit store shelves a week earlier than the revised date – in other words, on April 5. Technical specifications and special features are unchanged.
Looking forward to this, and as others have said, I hope the UK release follows. I really don't think it's a bad film by any accounts, but people are quite welcome to have their own views and opinions.
I thought it was going to be delayed again. Glad it will be out a week earlier in April, which is becoming a really good month for catalog films-- A.I., Taxi Driver (I hope), Criterion releases of Blow Out and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Can't wait!
I'm glad it wasn't delayed till the summer. I really would've been pissed off about that. Even though I still hate waiting till April, at least I can live with A.I. coming out a week earlier than originally expected.
I already got Blu-ray's A. I. ! I imported it from Japan! and release date was December 18 2010! and it was very cheap! about $15!!! Shipping is expensive, but you can get it next day!!! Picture quality is OK but dts sound is really good! and special features are good too, I saw 2 special trailers and I couldn't watch it from DVD edition. If you can't wait, try this!!! :-D
Only reason I've held off buying this locally (Hong Kong) is that I have been hoping for a SteelBook™ using the Black/ Silver poster art. Looks like that's not gonna happen now. Pity, this would have looked the bomb in SteelBook™.