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Old 05-31-2019, 12:11 PM   #21
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The Weinstein Company had theatrical distribution rights to Rambo 2008 in the US, Lionsgate distributed the home video releases.
Since Weinstein company is gone any other company could have secured the rights now.
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Old 05-31-2019, 01:03 PM   #22
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Robert Richardson ASC describes recreating the summer of 1969 for Quentin Tarantino’s new blockbuster

https://www.ibc.org/production/behin...d/3881.article
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Old 05-31-2019, 01:20 PM   #23
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The Weinstein Company had theatrical distribution rights to Rambo 2008 in the US, Lionsgate distributed the home video releases.
Since Weinstein company is gone any other company could have secured the rights now.
Hopefully Lionsgate will now fully own the rights to Rambo 4.
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Old 05-31-2019, 07:15 PM   #24
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If you're talking about Millennium then they've got the first 3 Expendables out there on Blu from Lionsgate?

Weinstine. are they the same as Millennium?
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Old 05-31-2019, 07:56 PM   #25
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@ray0414 No, The Weinstein Company and Millennium Films are two very separate companies.
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Old 05-31-2019, 07:59 PM   #26
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That's early to subscribe but what the heck..it's Quentin.
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Day 1 for me and i hope this will be the start for more his work released in UHD. Django and Hateful are on top of my list.
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Old 06-03-2019, 03:02 PM   #28
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Robert Richardson ASC describes recreating the summer of 1969 for Quentin Tarantino’s new blockbuster

https://www.ibc.org/production/behin...d/3881.article

Yvan Lucas at the helm of the
[Show spoiler]Digital Intermediate




No mention of a
[Show spoiler]35mm print release roll-out
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Yvan Lucas at the helm of the
[Show spoiler]Digital Intermediate




No mention of a
[Show spoiler]35mm print release roll-out
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The chairman of Sony said they’re going to get as many prints out there for “non-dumpy” 35mm venues.
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Old 06-03-2019, 05:34 PM   #30
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Hopefully his other films follow sooner rather than later.
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The chairman of Sony said they’re going to get as many prints out there for “non-dumpy” 35mm venues.
í read that {although what's wrong with "dumpy" venues?}

í just thought it kind of curious that the ibc article, which seems pretty detailed from a tech point of view, refers to Lucas doing the film dailies and DI, but makes no mention of a possible print release.
Lucas is an old-school photochemical timer, who has now mastered digital, so it would have been cool if they were going to do an all analogue workflow.
But í would have thought they would mention if Lucas had done a photochemical timing (as with "The Hateful Eight" Roadshow.)
So, í'm guessing any 35mm prints will just be struck straight from their DI?

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The Weinstein Company had theatrical distribution rights to Rambo 2008 in the US, Lionsgate distributed the home video releases.
Since Weinstein company is gone any other company could have secured the rights now.
The Weinstein Company's film library has apparently been secured by Lionsgate now, since their very last release before getting #MeToo'd was Leap!, which was an Americanization of this French animated film called Ballerina.
And judging what happened with Leap!, maybe the other Weinstein films (as well as The Hateful Eight) probably leapt (pun intended) to Lionsgate.
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í read that {although what's wrong with "dumpy" venues?}

í just thought it kind of curious that the ibc article, which seems pretty detailed from a tech point of view, refers to Lucas doing the film dailies and DI, but makes no mention of a possible print release.
Lucas is an old-school photochemical timer, who has now mastered digital, so it would have been cool if they were going to do an all analogue workflow.
But í would have thought they would mention if Lucas had done a photochemical timing (as with "The Hateful Eight" Roadshow.)
So, í'm guessing any 35mm prints will just be struck straight from their DI?

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It’s really a shame if that’s the case. Although it seems like there may be more VFX here than Tarantino usually does, based on interviews so far at least. I’m assuming it’s mostly compositing and making the scenery period accurate. That Robert Richardson interview mentioned Dykstra working on dupe effects and such as well.

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Robert Richardson ASC describes recreating the summer of 1969 for Quentin Tarantino’s new blockbuster

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Stream the Netflix 4K Ultra. It is better looking than the Blu-Ray I have. HDR and WCG is the main reason.

I would think with a name like Hollywood this will have a lot of sunshine and colorful clothing/sets.
It was 4K SDR when I looked..
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í read that {although what's wrong with "dumpy" venues?}

í just thought it kind of curious that the ibc article, which seems pretty detailed from a tech point of view, refers to Lucas doing the film dailies and DI, but makes no mention of a possible print release.
Lucas is an old-school photochemical timer, who has now mastered digital, so it would have been cool if they were going to do an all analogue workflow.
But í would have thought they would mention if Lucas had done a photochemical timing (as with "The Hateful Eight" Roadshow.)
So, í'm guessing any 35mm prints will just be struck straight from their DI?

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Tarantino has finished every movie of his from Kill Bill onwards on a DI, only H8 stands out as having a genuine photochemical finish in that period so them going back to a DI here isn't a major shock. I'd imagine that prints will be struck from a filmout negative, though something to bear in mind with Sony is that they usually insist on a conformed negative cut for their movies that are shot on film but finished on DI. So it's possible that a few showprints could get minted from that OG neg, or that it gets carried through the traditional IP -> IN -> print stages.
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It was 4K SDR when I looked..
It’s “Ultra 4K.”

But yeah, there’s no HDR. Netflix notates when a title is in HDR and/or Dolby Vision.
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Tarantino has finished every movie of his from Kill Bill onwards on a DI, only H8 stands out as having a genuine photochemical finish in that period so them going back to a DI here isn't a major shock. I'd imagine that prints will be struck from a filmout negative, though something to bear in mind with Sony is that they usually insist on a conformed negative cut for their movies that are shot on film but finished on DI. So it's possible that a few showprints could get minted from that OG neg, or that it gets carried through the traditional IP -> IN -> print stages.
í am wondering about the genesis of the 'Cannes cut' print (which will likely never see a theatre again, given that QT pulled it from one of it's screenings later in the week for tinkering).
Surely the ultimate Show Print situation.
All chemical or half and half?

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í asked Mr Lucas on ig if he was doing any old-school timing on this, and he said the print run will be from a filmout of his DI.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx0lZ1Ql-y0/

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Is anyone else thrilled that this may be his last film. He even said it, I have #10 deep inside me but if I reach 60, forget it The fewer films directors have, the better.
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