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Miramax Blu-ray to Be Distributed by Lionsgate in the US, Studiocanal in Europe

Posted February 11, 2011 08:51 AM by Juan Calonge

Lionsgate FilmsLionsgate, Studiocanal and Miramax announced today that they have entered into a worldwide home entertainment distribution deal. Under the long-term deal, Lionsgate and Studiocanal will distribute more than 550 titles from the Miramax film library on Blu-ray. The studio will soon release the Scream trilogy, and Pulp Fiction will finally get its Blu-ray release in June.

Lionsgate will partner with international distributor Studiocanal to distribute Miramax titles in the UK and Europe.

The first home entertainment release under the deal will be The Switch in the US, the romantic comedy about friendship, fertility and family, starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman, which will be released on Blu-ray on March 15.

While commenting on the distribution agreement just announced between Miramax, Lionsgate and Studiocanal, Miramax CEO Mike Lang revealed that upcoming titles include all three films in the Scream franchise, tying in with the theatrical release of Scream 4 (due out April 15). Pulp Fiction, in turn, will come out in June.

Lang noted that, while he is aware that "the packaged DVD media market is maturing and consumers are beginning to look for digital alternatives," he also believes that "we're seeing renewed interest in Blu-ray and this will be especially true for Miramax given the fact that many of our titles have never been released on the format."

The announcement was made by Steve Beeks, President and Co-Chief Operating Officer of Lionsgate, Olivier Courson, Chief Executive Officer of Studiocanal and Mike Lang, Chief Executive Officer of Miramax.

"The Miramax library will be one of the most treasured jewels in our home entertainment crown," said Beeks. "With our longstanding commitment and expertise in aggressively managing library titles, we are thrilled to bring together under one roof such Miramax film icons as Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, Pulp Fiction and Good Will Hunting with our existing classics such as Dirty Dancing and Monster's Ball to create what is unquestionably one of the most powerful and prestigious filmed entertainment libraries in the world. We are looking forward to working with Mike and his incredible team on this exciting venture."

"We are pleased to expand our existing partnership with Lionsgate to encompass this exciting new venture with Miramax," said Courson. "The Miramax library features some of the best of American independent cinema, representing a wonderful mix of creative excellence, award winning films and commercial successes. The Miramax slate is a perfect fit for Studiocanal's core values and vision and we believe it will resonate with European audiences."

"With their expertise and success in the home entertainment marketplace, we consider both Lionsgate and Studiocanal to be the perfect partners to distribute these films," says Lang. "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with them as we work to expand the availability of our library across all platforms to reach new audiences around the world."


Source: Lionsgate/Studiocanal/Miramax | Permalink | France United Kingdom United States [Country settings]

News comments (104 comments)


RippdBD10101
 - Feb 11, 2011

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C'mon Pulp-Fiction!!

goodluckchuck
 - Feb 11, 2011

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From Miramax I would like to see the above be released in the US and also one called Enchanted April. Hopefully their releases are not as the MGM ones.

rickah88
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Obviously Pulp Fiction & Good Will Hunting(for me). What about US releases of:
Rounders
The Crow
Swingers

saprano
 - Feb 11, 2011

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@Jardel

Huh? LG tranfers are good.

Anyway, good news!

Bridges72
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I want some Jackie Brown!!
Come on now people, Ordell Robbie in HD.

Vorhees13
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Would this include the titles under Dimension Films? I assume so since Scream is a Dimension film.
We may then soon see Halloween 4 and 5

lgans316
 - Feb 11, 2011

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LionsGate is amongst the worst studios when it comes to catalog titles. I hope Miramax have preserved their films well.

guicao
 - Feb 11, 2011

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lions gate is one of the best for HD transfers !!!!


apocalypse now, Crank, Hard Candy.........

U guys complain too much

Get a life boys !!!

bboisvert
 - Feb 11, 2011

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@Vorhees13: I think you mean Halloween 6, 7, and 8 (which are out in Canada).

Halloween 4 and 5 aren't Dimension Films. (Anchor Bay currently has the rights.)

themadpanner
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Bring on "EVITA"

NoSireeBob
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Kind of a weird time to release Pulp Fiction, in the dead months of summer but it will still sell very well; I'll probably hold onto my Nordic import.

woolvr
 - Feb 11, 2011

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lionsgate is one of a short list that masters there discs in 7.1 dts hd. this is great news.

Vorhees13
 - Feb 11, 2011

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-->bboisvert
You are correct....exactly what I meant.
Hate it when a series has so many different studios.

ifireun
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Finally, the Flock of Seagulls moment we PF fans have been waiting too long for...

fettastic
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I have yet to see a bad Lionsgate transfer and I've seen most of them. And the 7.1 DTS HD MA on nearly every title is a pretty awesome bonus too.

Kamdan
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'm just glad to see that Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair won't be released by Vivendi Visual Entertainment, who botched the Grindhouse release. Any chance Lionsgate could re-release that with HD sound?

DigVid
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Sure would like to see Princess Mononoke (unless Disney somehow kept it from Miramax)...

Adam_ME
 - Feb 11, 2011

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It's about time. I sold Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown years ago because they've long been rumored to be coming out on Blu-ray. I also sold the Scream Trilogy a while back, but that's because it was out-of-print and people were overpaying on eBay. I figured we'd see that on Blu-ray to tie into Scream 4's release.

iap738
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'm interested in picking up the first Scream. And to the poster who brought up Halloween 4 and 5, you reminded me that I have a major soft spot for Halloween H20 and would love to see that released!

PS: Does anyone else find that Lionsgate blus take FOREVER to load?

GoBlu08
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Finally we get Pulp Fiction

planosuperman
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Day 1 Buy for Pulp Fiction and Good Will Hunting! Been waiting on these 2 films forever to be released

DAMNSAM77
 - Feb 11, 2011

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@ Jardel: Are you confusing Lionsgte with Warner or Paramount? Seriously! LG produced the best AV reference material with pristine video transfers and ALWAYS a 7.1 DTS-MA audio, not to mention they are ALWAYS loaded with Extras! Sure, a lot of their movies are kinda crappy, cinematic content wise, but they are on the top of my list for demo discs.

aquagroove
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Come on Studio canal, where is a region free Bluray of the Avengers TV series with Diana Rigg???

Blu-ray Fanatic
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I hope Pulp Fiction comes in a limited edition steelbook too.

NY Yankees 23 2
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction ehh... Well I hope the $35 i sent to Poland for my copy (which is absolutely stunning BTW) isnt gonna go to waste. and besides, when this gets released you can count on a minimum $25 price tag on it guaranteed so maybe it wont be all that much of a rip off! have to wait and see i guess.

Bring on The Crow... and hopefully in 7.1 !

Arkadin
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Lionsgate has some good releases like the Coppola stuff, but overall they are quite poor for older films.
Chaplin just came out from them and got terrible reviews.
they used an old dvd master and that is what they like to do.
If new masters are being created for these Miramax titles they could be fine; if not watch out.
the whole key to good catalog releases is NEW HD masters
simple as that.

nathan_393
 - Feb 11, 2011

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PULP FICTION!
And Good Will Hunting, although not as stoked about that.

Will get both day 1.

What a great year for catalogue releases this is turning out to be

scoldsteve
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Would love to see Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and the Scream Franchise ( I could wait till they get around till the end of the year for Wes Craven's true UNCUT version of #1 and if the new movie is any good)

chad_1138
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Lionsgate is fantatic news! Bring on all of the great 90's movies!!!

that1guystudios
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'm looking forward to eventual releases of Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill-The Whole Bloody Affair, The Thief and the Cobbler (AKA Arabian Knight), Chocolat (hopefully better than the 1080i version released in Canada), Amelie and The Importance of Being Earnest.

Runfellow
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I've always considered Pulp Fiction to be inferior to Reservoir Dogs, but it's still a fun movie. I think the coolest part will be getting that great soundtrack in lossless.

Kinsella5
 - Feb 11, 2011

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With Crow creator James O' Barr set to release a new "The Crow: Author's Edition" which will be the original Crow mini-series collected in a possible hardcover format with new pages and much more as early as this summer, 2011 would be a perfect time to release The Crow on Blu-ray. I personally feel it should be a Director-approved release with cut footage added back in and a lot of the supplemental material as well.

seigneur_rayden
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction in 7.1 DTS HD Master Audio!!! Here I come.

StoogeFan1118
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction and the Scream trilogy!!! I am glad to hear these two mentioned ant wait to see what else comes out. Now I can get rid of my 1080i Scream trilogy from Canada that I found at Newbury comics for $18

JMDiaz718
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'd like Scream, Pulp Fiction, Mighty Joe Young 1998, Phantoms, Arachnophobia, Deep Rising, Marrying Man, Kill Bill uncut, Grindhouse ala the Japanese box set version.

frogmort
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction is one of my most wanted movies on blu-ray. I can't wait!

Futureboy
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Was IL POSTINO Miramax as well? I'd LOVE to see that on Blu-Ray!!!

Sky_Captain
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'm laughing at the people praising LG transfers. Sure, they put out some top notch transfers for new movies, but their treatment of back catalogue tiles is terribly inconsistent, with most of them being smacked with the DNR stick, or just plain shitty old transfers.

Just look at the review of Chaplin, on this very site.

Engage brain, etc.

TabascoKid
 - Feb 11, 2011

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The Crow
The Crow
The Crow

That is all

thelittleprince
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction in June?! Wow! Can't wait! I hope there'll be tons of extras!

bboisvert
 - Feb 11, 2011

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It would be nice to see From Dusk Till Dawn get a solid release... Cop Land too.

Lucy Diamond
 - Feb 11, 2011

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The Crow +1

Pulp Fiction here we come.

MikeScott
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Awesome. I love Lionsgate.

Definitely need to pick up the SCREAM trilogy and PULP FICTION.

Johnny Neat
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I think it's fair to say I want to cry. Why didn't Miramax stuff just go to Criterion here in the states. They would respect and have the skill to treat these titles with the care they deserve. Woe is me.

biglou114
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I think I remember reading somewhere that Kill Bill was one of the few movies the Weinstiens were able to hang onto the rights of. Therefore any future releases will be through them.

Rainman208
 - Feb 11, 2011

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What about Hollywood Pictures? I want Deep Rising.

buffetfroid
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Now that Peter Jackson is big and famous, hopefully they release HEAVENLY CREATURES soon.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Feb 11, 2011

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heres hopeing the scream trilogy will port over special features from the dvd sets, as someone else posted Lionsgate is great with their releases and transfers. just ashame we will never have a complete scream box set with Scream 4 being distributed on bluray by anchor bay latter this year.

but the other great thing with lionsgate is they are quite reasonable with their msrps so most of these miramax titles will probably be available on amazon in the 12.99 to 13.99 range upon first being up for pre order.

While it sucks that i have allready started getting it signed by various cast members i will probably go ahead and sell off my Alliance scream set, once the pre order for the new set come up.

ChadJCronin
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I am So excited for alot of Titles like The Scream Trilogy and The Crow

ImportFanatic
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Oh god... I hope this doesn't mean more disasters like the Chaplin release ugh...

Blu Balls
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I didn't think Pulp Fiction would be out until Christmas time. Awesome! I wonder when Good Will Hunting will hit stores. I'm buying both. Pulp Fiction on release day, obviously One more reason to look forward to this summer!

davidthenikonuser
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Scream 1 unrated please! Can't wait for they title to start rolling out.

tyelway07
 - Feb 11, 2011

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three colors trilogy please

Daytripper
 - Feb 11, 2011

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tyelway07, the three colors trilogy will most certainly be out. They are already out in Europe. Hope to see "Sliding Doors" on Blu too!

Mignolafan9204
 - Feb 11, 2011

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THANK YOU! I was hoping new BD editions of the first 3 Scream films would come out before the new one! That's awesome! Plus I can't wait to pick up Pulp Fiction in June, finally.

RBBrittain
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Did the Hollywood Pictures library go with Miramax? I didn't think it did; it was Disney's own imprint (never under the Weinsteins or post-Weinsteins Miramax).

I'm almost certain Disney kept Princess Mononoke; they now deal directly with Studio Ghibli under the Disney brand.

Croweyes1121
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I hope this means we'll FINALLY get a release of the Director's Cut of "Scream". The last domestic release of that was on laserdisc in the mid 90's. I imported a DVD just to have that cut. I know it's only a few seconds, but it really bugs me not to have them when that's the version I'm used to watching.

bWack
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, The English Patient, and The Grifters. If all of those came out by the end of the year I would be very happy. I was wondering how long it was going to take for someone to pick up the Miramax library and finally distribute it on blu ray. Lionsgate does a pretty decent job with their blus so I am excited.

KFelon
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'd love to see the international cut of Malena released on Blu-Ray.

Clark Kent
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Lionsgate is absolutely awful on any catalog property to Blu-ray, their transfers are often manipulated or just dumped on the market with problems. I guess this means that the existing Miramax BDs from Disney will go out of print.

ghostsofjoy
 - Feb 11, 2011

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YES for the 'Scream' trilogy! I was about to pick up the Canadian box set to hold me over but now that there's confirmation of an impending U.S. release, I'm more than happy to wait. Hopefully they do it right: release the director's cut of the first, port over all of the bonus features from the DVD box set, and perhaps even throw in a few new extras.

SO EXCITED!

KSS1992
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Finally we hear news of the US Release of The Scream Trilogy!!!!!!!! I hope the release will be at least abit before the release of Scream 4 (possibly containing movie money for Scream 4 or something)...

And finally PULP FICTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't Wait!!!!

Kuros
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Although it's not made completely clear in the news item above, my inference is that Lionsgate are going to be handling the US, UK and Canadian distribution of the Miramax library on Blu-ray, with Studio Canal handling Continental European distribution. This article from the LA Times backs this position up:

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2011/02/new-miramax-finds-its-home-entertainment-distributors-lionsgate-and-studiocanal.html

A few other websites are reporting that Studio Canal is handling UK distribution, however, which is mighty confusing.

Another thing to note is that the Blu-ray distribution rights for The Switch, which was mentioned above, actually belong to Lionsgate in BOTH the US AND the UK; moreover, The Switch appears to have different Blu-ray distributors in different Continental European countries.

Whilst I fully acknowledge that Lionsgate are far from perfect, I'd much rather have them as distributors than I would Studio Canal -- and that's any day of the week.

So, who out of Lionsgate and Studio Canal would you rather have as your local distributor?

Blu-Malibu2009
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction in June, yes!!!!!!

velgam
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp Fiction in May, No?????

nf0603
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Lionsgate owns the pre-Disney Miramax titles as well, right? I remember they distributed Madonna: Truth Or Dare, The Crying Game and some of the other early pre-Disney titles as well on DVD

fdm
 - Feb 11, 2011

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F those "digital alternatives", gimme some discs. And get off yer butts and release some of the foreign language films too.

Inspector Toschi
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I'm not going to deny that Lionsgate has released some rough looking BD discs (Which company hasn't?) But I think there quality % speaks for itself.

Apocalypse Now, Requiem for a Dream, Stargate (Remastered), Monster Squad, Dirty Dancing (Remastered), Lord Of War, Rambo films, Wallace & Gromit collection, Running Man, Universal Soldier, Hard Candy, Air America, and any others I can't think of off the top of my head in this moment.

But "haters gonna hate!"

D head
 - Feb 11, 2011

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U.S. release for the SCREAM films!!!

IndyMLVC
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Please bring out Madonna: Truth or Dare!!! It's the 20th anniversary!

darthmadonna
 - Feb 11, 2011

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All the titles mentioned by previous posters are good and need release. I must say I would really like to see Madonna:Truth Or Dare too! Even though it is more of a doc it has some brilliant concert footage in there.

financially stable
 - Feb 11, 2011

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so scream is coming out what next month?? or early april??

here, here

Pulp Fiction and scream trilogy

and maybe Good Will Hunting..what about the sequel to Good Will Hunting??

thedarkangel1975
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Can't wait for the Scream Trilogy! Pulp Fiction as well. Hopefully the prices will be good as well

SammymeBlu
 - Feb 11, 2011

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The Crow is my most anticipated Miramax release,i wouldnt mine Scream but only the first one,didnt care for 2 & 3 at all.
Pulp Fiction and Good Will Hunting of course as well.

repete66211
 - Feb 11, 2011

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LionsGate isn't the best when it comes to catalog titles, but a so-so Blu-ray movie is always better than a no movie at all.

I wonder how many people are going to watch Pulp Fiction and think, "Hmm, I used to think this movie was so cool."

TheCrow1994
 - Feb 11, 2011

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The Crow!!!

rafaelsalguero
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I WANT:

-Halloween 6
-Halloween H20
-Halloween 8
-Pulp Fiction
-Scream "Trilogy"
-An Unfinished Life
-Jersey Girl

nwdcrob
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Amelie, Malena, The Best of Youth and English Patient!

Bl@deRu>>er
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I hear Studio Canal and world-wide distribution deal and my first thought is a US release for Mulholland Drive. Can somebody do a deal to make this happen already?!

rmainhammer
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Oh Happy Day!!!

EPHiCS
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Finally pulp fiction is coming to US.

KingBlu404
 - Feb 11, 2011

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I think everyone will be at BB, Target, wherever to get Pulp Fiction DAY 1
Hopefully a steelbook or collectors briefcase or something releases also.

prkprkprk
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Lionsgate is great. I loved their transfers of T2, the Rambo collection, and Stargate.

Can't wait to see the Miramax titles they produce.

IndyMLVC
 - Feb 11, 2011

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54 is owned by Miramax as well. I'd LOVE to see a SE with a directors cut!!!

Trogdor2010
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Pulp fiction in the States. Oddly one of the last places to get it.

jvince
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Scream! Pulp Fiction!!! Whoo-hoo!!!

Moniker
 - Feb 11, 2011

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TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

TRAINSPOTTING

xSCARFACEx
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Can't wait to see the dancing scene in HD Blu Ray

Chuck Berry - You never can tell

Also opening scene Trainsotting

Iggy Pop = Lust for life

mikeraylu
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Want The Crow and Exotica

PRBIGBOY
 - Feb 11, 2011

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NICEEEEEEEE!!!!! Happy for the Scream trilogy coming to Blu-Ray in the US. Now i could watch all 3 Screams before Scream 4. And also happy for Pulp Fiction. Looks like it's going to be a great year for Blu-Rays (Thumbs Up)

Daytripper
 - Feb 11, 2011

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Got tired of waiting for Miramax so I broke down and bought several of their titles from Canada and Europe. "Amelie" is the best PQ (from Canada). "Cold Mountain" is pretty good too. "The English Patient" though is the worst. Terrible quality. "The Crow" from the U.K. is also a shoddy release. "Bridget Jones" is good though. And "Jackie Brown" from Germany is also a terrible release. So I look forward to (hopefully) better releases in the U.S. for most of the above.

Minimejer05
 - Feb 12, 2011

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YESSSS

lilboyblu
 - Feb 12, 2011

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+1 The Crow
+1 Pulp Fiction
+1 Scream

Let's also not forget that "SWINGERS" is a Miramax release too, folks. Maybe now we'll get a proper HD transfer rather than a DVD to blu-ray port job like on the Canadian & Australian releases.


visual0ne
 - Feb 12, 2011

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Can't wait to hear Dead Souls by NIN when they release The Crow in DTS-MA 7.1. This is truly great news, Lionsgate Blu-rays are of the highest possible quality. I'm really excited. Bring on the Miramax titles!!

neto
 - Feb 12, 2011

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I wouldn't mind seeing Cinema Paradiso & Malena released in blu! (as long as they're remastered prints). and I have to second the Evita petition, that's probably the worst DVD I have :O

#1Dad Benoit
 - Feb 12, 2011

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With this deal, lionsgate controls the home video rights to the entire Highlander film franchise (I-The Source). With the remake coming out at the end of the year, this could be a very valuable. Maybe we'll see a release around the time the remake hit theaters, or when the remake hits bluray.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Feb 13, 2011

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#1 Dad benoit you are right, how cool would that be to finally get a box set with all of the highlander films

Leonidas_King
 - Feb 13, 2011

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Lionsgate is on a roll! Good for them. They've been conjucted with Paramount, Sony and now Miramax

ToolDown
 - Feb 13, 2011

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this would be excellent news if Buena Vista (Disney) still were handling the transfers of these classics.......no studio is up to par with Disney in transferring for blu ray.....

furious-styles
 - Feb 13, 2011

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With this announcement, I'm hoping for one of my favourite films to finally come to Blu - BASQUIAT!!

Some of the Woody Allen films would be great as well - Mighty Aphrodite and Everyone Says I Love You, especially.

Hopefully they put out Jackie Brown at the same time as the Pulp Fiction release, like when the special edition DVDs came out.

I'd also love to see Frida, Kids, Cry The Beloved Country, From Dusk Till Dawn, Iris, The Shipping News, Garden State, Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, The Hours, and City Of God

nekromantik
 - Feb 15, 2011

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hope this means kb:wba is finally out!!

Ufacat
 - Feb 16, 2011

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After the glaringly obvious Pulp Fiction (although the HK copy looks beautiful), my vote is for Amelie and Bullets Over Broadway.

ThePandaTrain
 - Feb 16, 2011

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bring on jackie brown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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