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The Lion King Blu-ray: 2D, 3D, & Trilogy-pack, plus $8 Off Coupon (Updated)

Posted May 27, 2011 12:46 AM by Webmaster

Walt Disney PicturesFrom Walt Disney Studios, 3D Diamond Editions of Disney's The Lion King (1994, Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff) and Beauty and the Beast (1991, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise) are available now for pre-order on Amazon. The Lion King is being released in three different editions: a 2D Blu-ray Combo Pack Diamond Edition, a 4-disc 3D Diamond Edition, and an 8-disc The Lion King Trilogy edition that includes The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (1998, Darrell Rooney, Rob LaDuca) and The Lion King 1˝ (2004, Bradley Raymond) direct-to-video features. El Rey León, a Spanish version of the 2D Diamond edition, will also be available.

In addition to that, both English and Spanish 2D versions are up for pre-order in alternate DVD packaging editions. Special features and full specifications for each are not yet disclosed.

Amazon is also offering a $8 off coupon if you pre-order any version of the The Lion King on Blu-ray (including the 3D and The Lion King Trilogy) alongside a wide selection of Disney Blu-ray Combo Packs. All three versions of The Lion King will street on October 4th, 2011.

Update: Disney has just announced that the all new 3D version of The Lion King will be released in theaters on September 16, 2011. The two-week, 3D-only presentation is a planned wide domestic release—the biggest since the film's 1994 debut—and the film's first-ever 3D release. (5/27/11)







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Marcus Wright
  Apr 25, 2011
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Wohoooo!!!!!
Will get either the 4-disk combo or the Box-Set.

CyberpunkCentral
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'll be picking up "The Lion King" Trilogy.

jwoodwar
  Apr 25, 2011  

Mr.Blu-ray
  Apr 25, 2011
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2D version for me and the family. Great job disney with all the options you have made avaliable to us.

SapGoblin
  Apr 25, 2011
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You know what would be awesome Disney: If there was a $30 (or $24) DMR coupon for upgrading all 3 DVDs into this box set!!! Ahhh- to dream!

shonuff6
  Apr 25, 2011
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3d plus 2d, dvd, digital copy for me
punkguy03
  Apr 25, 2011
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Preordered the trilogy set. They had an eight dollar clip coupon thing on the page. So, I saved eight bucks and used that to get 2 day shipping and then I saved 2 cents lol.

Guydowood
  Apr 25, 2011
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Nice Trilogy set, but what's the deal w/ an all Spanish version. Usually they just do subtitles.

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Dynamo of Eternia
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'm glad this is coming out, but...

As someone who appreciates nice packaging and dislikes bad looking packaging, not only do I still hate this trend of putting the titles going down the left side of the packaging that they started with Bambi, but for the 3D versions, having the '3D' notation underneath them going horizantal just looks terrible.

But I have no real need or use for 3D right now, and since I already have the 2D Beauty and the Beast release, I'll just stick with that.

I would like to get all 3 movies, but again, the packaging does concern me a bit in terms of wanting my Disney Blu-Ray collection to look consistent. I have to see what the packaging inside looks like. Will they each have their own individual cases and slip covers? I hope so.
punkguy03
  Apr 25, 2011
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I too am worried about whether they will have individual cases on the box set, but you can always order cases if you really need too. I still have my individual crappy cases for the harry potter gift set I got a few years ago. I want all three movies, so ya. Especially lion king 2 I liked it a lot.

Kingmob
  Apr 25, 2011
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I will definitely pick up the 3D edition! I can't wait!

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jwerk
  Apr 25, 2011
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Pre-ordered the Trilogy. Can't wait!!

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that1guystudios
  Apr 25, 2011
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It's awesome titles like these from Disney that drive 2D AND 3D Blu-ray adoption. Disney seems to do everyhing with care. Just wait until you see the 3D conversion on Beast, it's a...Beauty. ;-)
I haven't seen Lion King in 3D yet, but if it's as good as Beast, I'm sure it will be excellent. It really helps that they still had all the layers of artwork saved in the computer using the CAPS system. Beauty and the Beast in 3D was released in theaters in New Zealand as the original theatrical version only. I'll be curious to see a breakdown of whether Beast and Lion King will contain both theatrical and special editions in 2D and/or 3D. As for questions about the trilogy packaging, they probably won't be individually packaged. The box simply appears to be too big for three Blu-ray cases, so it's probably similar to the Toy Story and Tron box sets. Beauty is a 5-disc, which means it should be identical to the previous set, with the exception of adding 3D, Lion King appears to be a 4-disc 3D set which leaves me to believe there is no special features disc separately...similar to Bambi.

HD Man
  Apr 25, 2011
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Put me down for the 2D version. Also, I'm hoping for a $10 DMR coupon to go along with this release!! Can't wait to see how this looks!!

PeroK3
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'll settle for the 2D BD+DVD version.

phogoodness
  Apr 25, 2011
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I would rather get the 2D version for Lion King, but I have a feeling the Disney coupon will only apply to the 3D version so I'll probably end up getting that.
moviefiend
  Apr 25, 2011
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kind of annoying that they are not releasing a 3d version only of Beauty. I mean we just bought this on blu-ray. I don't need another 2d blu-ray, dvd, digital copy.

SpartanIre
  Apr 25, 2011
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Amazon has an $8 coupon to clip for both 3D Lion King and 3D Beauty and the Beast. $8 off each. I had to order them separate and check the "receipt" to be sure I had received both $8 coupons. When I initially did the "one-click," for some reason amazon only provided one $8 discount. I will hold on to this until the DMR coupons come out for each and compare the end price...
Twile
  Apr 25, 2011
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I love 3D, and I love the Lion King. I don't know whether I'll like The Lion King 3D. I am, however, curious as to how it will look. How could you not be?
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Bk_Tan
  Apr 25, 2011
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Surely you've noticed that there are two different covers in the same article and which one is clearly the old mock-up.

So, why are they still there?

MrJoeKalel
  Apr 25, 2011
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Same here, pre-ordered the 3D edition with the $8 coupon at Amazon. If there's an $8 DMR coupon for B&M, I might cancel and buy the regular edition. Otherwise, the price is ok.
Thy_Fett_Returns
  Apr 25, 2011
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Mark me down for that trilogy box set!

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aimforsilence
  Apr 25, 2011
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Boxed set for me!
HeartPalmeiras
  Apr 25, 2011
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Lion King diamond edition for me and I actually have to catch up and buy Beauty & The Beast later on for my collection since my wife loves it. I love the Lion King though. haven't seen the second and the 1.5 movies, but i am debating whether or not just get the trilogy box.

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zoodermin
  Apr 25, 2011
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Already pre-ordered 2-Disc BD/DVD combo. Nothing of 3D crap for me. Lion King rocks!!!!!
car2nst
  Apr 25, 2011
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so i take it now that there is a 3d combo & trilogy set we can no longer expect a $8-10 coupon for the basic blu-ray/dvd combo?

SpartanIre
  Apr 25, 2011
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car2nst - Target usually takes them regardless. I used the two $5 Tron 3D Legacy coupons from DMR (you can print them twice). Target automatically applied one to Tron 3D Legacy and the other to Tron. No need to ask - the computer at the register did it automatically.

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Deciazulado
  Apr 25, 2011
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When Disney releases a High Resolution cover officially we'll post it up

tru blu
  Apr 25, 2011
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Excellent news. Something for everybody with this announcement.
Hale-Bopp
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'm hoping for digital copies to start including a 3D version as well, since more and more portable gaming systems and phones are getting glasses-free 3D screens. I would love to start watching 3D movies on my Nintendo 3DS once they activate the ability to watch 3D movies on it. Also, I still don't understand the need for a DVD version if you're already grabbing the blu-ray. Just seems like a waste of packaging and material to me.

Andrewtst
  Apr 25, 2011
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I had no issue preordered both the lion king trilogy and beauty and the beast 3D and enjoying both $8 coupons in total of $16.

Just make sure you clip both coupon and add to cart, don't use the one click. Use the normal and longer way.
DualEdge
  Apr 25, 2011
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Pre-ordered all 3 to lock-in $8 off coupons, but I'll likely end up only going with the Lion King Trilogy and BATB 3D. I, too, am pretty curious to see how the 3D versions of these movies will look. At least they are also including 2D versions in case they aren't worthwhile.
insomniac013
  Apr 25, 2011
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Any indication that Lion King will be Region Free?

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 25, 2011
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the 3D version of Beauty and the Beast looks amazing, It was released theatrically in several international markets last year, presently the plan is to have it as a two week limited release in the us come august this year.
I saw when they screened a good portion of the movie at show west almost 2 years ago, and its beautiful.
Lion King 3D had several scenes converted to 3D back when real D was still be first tested in its first theatre enviorment(my work was the first commercial theatre have real back in 2005) and the scenes they showed in the Demo from Lion king looked amazing in particular the wildebeast stampeed.

As thatpictureguy mentions, the fact disney animated these with CAPS has played a nice little part in the how good these conversions have turned out.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 25, 2011
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I do find it intresting that Disney is including digital copies for these, seeing as how no other "CATALOG" Disney animated classics titles have been given digital copies before.

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  Apr 25, 2011  

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megafan999
  Apr 25, 2011
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2D version for me. Might get TLK2 whenever it gets released separately.
ethan.mooselion
  Apr 25, 2011
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No matter how much i ADORE these movies im only gonna get the 2 discs Blu-Ray, i have all the dvds

J. Severe
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'll most likely get the trilogy set I suppose, since I adore The Lion King & The Lion King 2 (I like the Lion King 1 1/2 but just not as much as the first two). If the set doesn't have them in their own cases like with the 2004 DVD set, then I guess I'll just get The Lion King 3D case for The Lion King discs.

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Gardenofstone10
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'm gonna pick up both the stand alone Lion King 2D and the trilogy as well
kthnxbai
  Apr 25, 2011
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I can't find any information on the 3D Four-Disc Diamond Edition as far as whether or not it is in Blu-Ray or DVD packaging. All of the other releases specify this, but this particular edition doesn't. Anyone have any insight on this?

ScrmngBlakDlphn31
  Apr 25, 2011
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If you buy the Fantasia/Fantasia 2000 Blu-ray, there's a 1080p trailer for "The Lion King." It looks absolutely incredible. Traditional animation, to me, looks the best out of any genre on Blu-ray, especially the few that Disney has released so far. It looks like you're staring at the original drawing.

hostelmovies
  Apr 25, 2011
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I would love to own the Trilogy set. Hoping that Best Buy continues their ironpak promotion with this release.

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wnicholas76
  Apr 25, 2011
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Hmmm, decisions, decisions... Of course I'll get The Lion King. And you know what? I just might get the 3D combo pack version. I love the movie well enough to have a digital copy!!

But either way, the 2D pack or the 3D pack is okay with me.

SethRex
  Apr 25, 2011
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Makes me wonder if they'll do the same thing they're doing with Lion King, when Alladin hits Blu-Ray.

brentus
  Apr 25, 2011
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I didn't know The Lion King was a trilogy. I'll just get Beauty and the Beast 3D once the price comes down a bit. I hope it does. I'm waiting on several $35 3D movies right now (this site has a nice price tracking feature). I'd be less patient if I had a 3DTV. I just don't want to double dip when I eventually get one, so I don't buy 2D versions of 3D movies.

AcidRain
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'm getting whatever the upgrade DMR coupons are for, hopefully and more likely is the 3D combo.

ewaters70
  Apr 25, 2011
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I wonder why they skipped Alladin ion the release order. I thought it came out after Beauty and The Beast. THen Lion King came after alladin
TomServo200X
  Apr 25, 2011
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Now that is ten kinds of awesome!

Too bad I have to wait a little longer for them.
Foober
  Apr 25, 2011
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If the trilogy is like packaging of Toy Story's, i just buy them separately for better protection.
AznDreamer
  Apr 25, 2011
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Man, I just bought Beauty and the Beast and Disney is making me double dip? LoLz. Well, I can't help but collect Disney movies like these. I don't have 3D anything, but I am starting to collect them regardless. Lion King wasn't much of a fav. for me, but I still have to collect it. Hoping DMR will give us $10 off coupons. I mean those $5 off of Tangled? That wasn't working man. It didn't even save on the tax.

darryl_05
  Apr 25, 2011
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Wicked!!! My favourite Disney movie of time! I have pre ordered the trilogy. Cant wait to see The Lion King in 3D! Awesome!!!

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Sopranogl
  Apr 25, 2011
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I certainly don't want the DVDs either....

How much ---- can I really own at this point?!

Atreyu
  Apr 25, 2011
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3D for a non 3D movie, you have got to be kidding me??? That's just as bad as colorizatioin and look what happened to that

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4000dvds2many
  Apr 25, 2011
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Anyone hoping for consistency in Disney movie packaging can give up now. I've collected every Disney movie from the inception of DVD and every few years they change the packaging up. Just midstream, in the middle of a certain line - be it Diamond, Platinum, Gold, what-have-you - they start a whole new line with new cover art. Hell, I can remember the packaging from the very first VHS releases in the early 80s, and even then, they didn't last long.

ScrmngBlakDlphn31
  Apr 25, 2011
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A traditional, 2D animated film post-converted to 3D? I understand how you can post-convert a 2D film to 3D (tho it still looks like crap) because the images being filmed are themselves 3-dimensional & occupy space & provide depth, but a 2D animated film, no matter how spacious & large the drawings are, consists of nothing but flat images. How do they do this?

jonnoble27
  Apr 25, 2011
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Its not like Disney to double dip like this so soon.
nf0603
  Apr 25, 2011
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All I want is the 2D of the original film. I hope the upcoming Disney coupon will be used on that version because I do not want 3D shoved down my throat (the way the Tron coupon ONLY worked on 3D). I'm never buying a 3D TV nor am I buying a 3DBD player, so its a coaster disc as useless as a digital copy, at least I can watch the bonus DVD in rooms I don't have my BD player in.
Pixar1138
  Apr 25, 2011
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I'll be getting the Blu-Ray 2D and DVD combo. I hate the Disney sequels from the Eisner days and prefer to ignore them. Also, I'm completely against 3D overflooding the market.

tonydabeanner
  Apr 25, 2011
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I have yet to watch part 1 1/2 and 2, but I've heard they are not as bad as the other Disney sequels. I'm not sure if I should blind buy the Trilogy set or stick with the 3D Diamond Edition. Oh I just can't wait for this release!

Ray O. Blu
  Apr 25, 2011
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Hell yeah! The Blu-ray King on Lion!... oops... The Lion King on Blu-ray!!!
The circle is complete. My favorite movie finally gets to reign over all other Blu-ray animation.
Best hand-drawn animation + Best songs/soundtrack = Winner!
The uncompressed LFE "BOOM" at the beginning & end will shatter windows and induce full-body goosebumps!

The throne awaits its King!

(oh yeah, I ordered both sets too; to address the topic at hand) HAKUNA MATATA

tat015
  Apr 25, 2011
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i ll buy the trilogy =D the lion king 1 1/2 its pretty funy too....=)

Iron Eagle 74
  Apr 25, 2011
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Oh yay! More money grubbing 3-D!!!!! God, just exactly when did society become so pathetically shallow???

Minimejer05
  Apr 25, 2011
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Nothinf for me.

renaissanceman
  Apr 25, 2011
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Hopefully, Disney doesn't screw up the audio on Lion King like they did on Pinocchio! Let's all cross our fingers!

eiknarf
  Apr 26, 2011
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More 3D? So, I guess I should say, I cant wait for MULHOLLAND DRIVE in 3D!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lets just make every frikkin' thing in 3D! CLERKS in 3D!!! PASSION OF THE CHRIST in 3D!!!

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 26, 2011
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@ewaters cause Aladdin is NOT part of the Diamond Collection, it was part of the Platinum collection dvd but due to lower than expected sales, they dropped it from the Diamond line.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 26, 2011
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wow alot of you really dont know how the CAPS animation system works do you? The fact that the movies was done using CAPS is what has made it possible for B&B and aladdin to have such great 3D conversions. It amazes me how people just automaticly write something off as garbage when they havent even seen it yet.
I have seen B&B in 3D and scenes from Lion King in 3D and they look awesome. Millions of people saw Beauty and the Beast in 3D in theatres around the world and you will be very hard pressed to find any complaints on the quality.

And those of you complaining are acting like your being foreced to watch something you dont want to watch. guess what you dont want to watch it? fine then the 2D version is sitting right there as well. geesh people.
LordRaymond
  Apr 26, 2011
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Awn and I just bought Beauty and the Beast. I guess I'm not getting the 3D one. Hm I probably will get The Lion King in 3D combo pack with DMR coupon. Anyone know when Mulan is coming out on Blu Ray?

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NightAvatar
  Apr 26, 2011
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Still no release date??? How is it possible to accept pre-orders for something with only a tentative time frame (fall 2011)?

are1981
  Apr 26, 2011
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Why do they keep adding DVDs and "digital copies" to BDs? I only want the BD, and I only want to pay for the BD. When they release three different BD versions, why can't one of them be the BD only?

And please find a substitute for the term "digital copy", they're all digital copies.

RIKANA
  Apr 26, 2011
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Will pick up the box:3 and BATB 3D and the sequels:3


Happy day,

RI

unjichan
  Apr 26, 2011
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I hope the boxset won't be like toy story trilogy... I don't like the fact of the homeless discs.

fendi
  Apr 26, 2011
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Does everyone's knows..The trilogy set comes Digi pack or with individually pack with the slipcover?

Anyone?..

I already pre-order The trilogy, just afraid it didn't comes with slipcover.

Thanks guys!.
punkguy03
  Apr 26, 2011
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The release date was set for October 4th guys.

WhySoCereal
  Apr 26, 2011
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Well let's see.

Do I care about 3D? No..
Do I plan on ever owning a 3D TV? Nope
Do I watch movies on my iPod,iPhone,Computer? Nope
Do I support Disney sequels? Some are good, like these

So it comes down to either 2D + DVD for me, unless the Trilogy has good packaging, which is doubtful when you look at the Toy Story set.
GlenR
  Apr 26, 2011
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The two things Mickey Rat ( apologies to R Crumb ) excels in are evident here. Their ability to take a hit movie and milk it with endless crummy sequels and their ability to release an endless stream of gold, platinum and now diamond versions of the same film. Nobody can sheer the sheep like Disney. Thankfully my kid is grown so I could care less.
nf0603
  Apr 26, 2011
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I am kind of surprised how popular the sequels are. I always thought Disney sequels (barring the occasional Toy Story sequels, which are Pixar anyways, and stuff like Fantasia 2000) were just cash-in sequels on VHS. I find it funny how many people balk at the idea of buying Alien Anthology, Back To The Future Trilogy and the upcoming Star Wars Complete Saga because of the idea of having to buy a film in the franchise they hate, but the Lion King trilogy is a no-brainer.
fl0w
  Apr 26, 2011
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The Lion King sequels are widely regarded as some of Disney's best sequels; they actually put a lot of effort into them, even tough their budget was decimated compared to the original. Will definitely go for the boxset, huge thanks to Disney for not skipping the sequels in Blu like I thought they would.

MajinDan
  Apr 26, 2011
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So...can I just get a copy of the 2D bluray without having to buy an additional DVD that I already own please? I mean, all I want is the bluray disc without all the fluff, thanks for playing.

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garyeakin
  Apr 26, 2011
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The Lion King in 3D? THAT'S BULL SHIT that movie was never meant to be in 3D and those Squeals were shit total SHIT. Just get the Blu ray don't wast your money and even if you do watch it in 3D your really not gonna see any thing pop out because it was never meant to be seen in 3D to begin with this just gonna be just like clash of the titans it was its all about the cash people.

Ray O. Blu
  Apr 26, 2011
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^ This is your brain on drugs ^

brentus
  Apr 27, 2011
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I am very curious to see what the 3D versions look like. I've heard good things. Unlike converting live action, they have separate layers for the moving objects, which would help, although it seems like background paintings would be harder to convert.

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 27, 2011
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garyeakin couldnt be more wrong, this is nothing like the clash of the titans conversion.
dont believe me about B&B 3D just do an online search there are plenty of reviews of the theatrical release of B&B 3D where you can read about the quality.
got to love it when people bash something sight unseen.
and maybe do a little research about how these films were animated and how a 3D conversion of this is not the same as a conversion of a live action film like clash.
steelers1
  Apr 27, 2011
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could anybody tell me if you pre order the lion king 3d from amazon right now at the $36.99 price. then you take the $8.00 off coupon for the total of $28.99. that if the pre order price goes down later does amazon still drop the price on your pre order? new at this so any information would be helpfull thanks have a nice day.
hyballe
  Apr 27, 2011
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@steelers1

Yes, if the price of the movie is lowered from now until the release date, Amazon will update your pre-order. If it ships before they make the change, they will refund you.

I was refunded for Tangled after I received the shipment!
metroid24
  Apr 27, 2011
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nice im gonna get the trilogy but i wish they had a non 3d version myself
steelers1
  Apr 28, 2011
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@ hyballe thanks for your answer have a nice day.
Jacob The Great
  Apr 28, 2011
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I'm just buying the Diamond Editions of Snow White and Bambi, also Beauty And The Beast 3D, and The Lion King Trilogy.
Gingerbread0Man
  Apr 29, 2011
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I am SO excited for my super Diamond 3D Editions of The Lion King and The Beauty and the Beast. I'd rather skip the non-Canon DisneyToon sequels personally.. Woo!


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