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So yesterday I got to thinking about trends in 4K catalog title disc releases. Have they slowed down? Sped up? Stayed consistent? Who's been releasing the most and when? Well, I got a little carried away and wound up compiling a bunch of info. Not sure how interested everyone else will be in this stuff, but I thought I'd share my findings.

For the record: this is ONLY US releases. I defined a "catalog title" as anything that wasn't a new release movie and/or wasn't released day-and-date with a BD. I excluded documentaries, music/concert films, and TV seasons. I defined quarters as:

Q1: January, February, March
Q2: April, May, June
Q3: July, August, September
Q4: October, November, December

Enjoy!

YEARLY TOTALS

2016: 63

Q1: 24
Q2: 9
Q3: 10
Q4: 20

2017: 82

Q1: 10
Q2: 15
Q3: 23
Q4: 34

2018: 95

Q1: 12
Q2: 31
Q3: 28
Q4: 24

2019: 92


Q1: 7
Q2: 28
Q3: 29
Q4: 28

LABEL TOTALS

20TH CENTURY FOX (37)
2016: 12
2017: 3
2018: 7
2019: 5

CINEDIGM (1)
2016: 0
2017: 0
2018: 1
2019: 0

DISCOTEK (1)
2016: 0
2017: 0
2018: 0
2019: 1

DISNEY (38)
2016: 0
2017: 1
2018: 5
2019: 32

KINO LORBER (1)
2016: 0
2017: 0
2018: 0
2019: 1

LIONSGATE (61)
2016: 11
2017: 18
2018: 19
2019: 13

PARAMOUNT (31)
2016: 2
2017: 4
2018: 22
2019: 3

SONY (56)
2016: 13
2017: 16
2018: 16
2019: 11

SYNAPSE (1)
2016: 0
2017: 0
2018: 0
2019: 1

UNIVERSAL (63)
2016: 9
2017: 22
2018: 16
2019: 16

VINEGAR SYNDROME (1)
2016: 0
2017: 0
2018: 0
2019: 1

WARNER BROS (51)
2016: 16
2017: 18
2018: 9
2019: 8

FULL INFO

[Show spoiler]Q1 2016 (24)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Exodus: Gods and Kings
2. Fantastic 4
3. Hitman: Agent 47
4. Kingsman: The Secret Service
5. Life of Pi
6. The Martian
7. The Maze Runner
8. The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
9. Wild
10. X-Men: Days of Future Past

LIONSGATE:
1. Ender's Game
2. The Expendables 3
3. The Last Witch Hunter
4. Sicaro

SONY:
1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
2. Chappie
3. Hancock
4. Pineapple Express
5. Salt
6. The Smurfs 2

WARNER BROS:
1. The LEGO Movie
2. Mad Max: Fury Road
3. Pan
4. San Andreas

Q2 2016 (9)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Independence Day

LIONSGATE:
1. Now You See Me

PARAMOUNT:
1. Star Trek
2. Star Trek into Darkness

SONY:
1. Ghostbusters
2. Ghostbusters II

WARNER BROS:
1. Creed
2. In the Heart of the Sea
3. Point Break

Q3 2016 (10)

LIONSGATE:
1. Divergent
2. Insurgent

SONY:
1. Labyrinth

UNIVERSAL:
1. Everest
2. Lone Survivor
3. Lucy
4. Oblivion
5. Snow White and the Huntsman

WARNER BROS:
1. Man of Steel
2. Watchmen

Q4 2016 (20)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. X-Men: First Class

LIONSGATE:
1. The Hunger Games
2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
3. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
4. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

SONY:
1. Angels & Demons
2. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
3. The Da Vinci Code
4. Underworld

UNIVERSAL:
1. The Bourne Identity
2. The Bourne Legacy
3. The Bourne Supremacy
4. The Bourne Ultimatum

WARNER BROS:
1. Argo
2. GoodFellas
3. The Great Gatsby
4. I am Legend
5. Jupiter Ascending
6. Pacific Rim
7. The Town

2016 TOTAL: 63

Q1 2017 (10)

LIONSGATE:
1. John Wick

SONY:
1. Resident Evil: Afterlife
2. The Smurfs

UNIVERSAL:
1. Battleship
2. Fast & Furious 6
3. Furious 7

WARNER BROS:
1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
3. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
4. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Q2 2017 (15)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
2. Rise of the Planet of the Apes

LIONSGATE:
1. 3:10 to Yuma
2. Dredd
3. Ex Machina
4. The Expendables
5. The Expendables 2
6. Snitch

UNIVERSAL:
1. Despicable Me
2. Despicable Me 2
3. Fifty Shades of Grey
4. The Mummy
5. The Mummy Returns
6. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

WARNER BROS:
1. Unforgiven

Q3 2017 (23)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Prometheus

LIONSGATE:
1. The Cabin in the Woods
2. Conan the Barbarian
3. The Legend of Hercules
4. The Lincoln Lawyer
5. RED
6. RED 2

SONY:
1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
2. The Fifth Element
3. Leon: The Professional
4. Starship Troopers

UNIVERSAL:
1. Dracula Untold
2. E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
3. Get Out
4. King Kong
5. Minions
6. The Purge
7. The Purge: Anarchy
8. The Purge: Election Year
9. Split
10. Van Helsing

WARNER BROS:
1. Blade Runner
2. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Q4 2017 (34)

DISNEY:
1. The Prestige

LIONSGATE:
1. Kick-Ass
2. Moonlight
3. Terminator 2: Judgment Day
4. Warm Bodies
5. Warrior

PARAMOUNT:
1. Transformers
2. Transformers: Age of Extinction
3. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
4. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

SONY:
1. The Amazing Spider-Man
2. Bram Stoker's Dracula
3. The Bridge on the River Kwai
4. Jumanji
5. Men in Black
6. Men in Black II
7. Men in Black 3
8. Spider-Man
9. Spider-Man 2
10. Spider-Man 3

UNIVERSAL:
1. Apollo 13
2. How the Grinch Stole Christmas
3. Serenity

WARNER BROS:
1. Batman Begins
2. A Charlie Brown Christmas
3. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
4. The Dark Knight
5. The Dark Knight Rises
6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
7. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
8. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
9. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
10. Inception
11. Interstellar

2017 TOTAL: 82

Q1 2018 (12)

LIONSGATE:
1. Hell or High Water

PARAMOUNT:
1. 10 Cloverfield Lane
2. Cloverfield
3. Daddy's Home
4. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
5. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life

SONY:
1. Across the Universe
2. The Dark Crystal
3. Zero Dark Thirty

UNIVERSAL:
1. Pitch Perfect
2. Pitch Perfect 2
3. Straight Outta Compton

Q2 2018 (31)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Die Hard

DISNEY:
1. The Incredibles

LIONSGATE:
1. Dirty Grandpa
2. Escape Plan
3. Knowing
4. Push
5. Source Code

PARAMOUNT:
1. Braveheart
2. Forrest Gump
3. Gladiator
4. Grease
5. Jack Reacher
6. Mission: Impossible
7. Mission: Impossible II
8. Mission: Impossible III
9. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
10. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
11. Saving Private Ryan
12. Terminator: Genisys

SONY:
1. A Few Good Men
2. Fury
3. Groundhog Day
4. The Patriot

UNIVERSAL:
1. Darkest Hour
2. The Incredible Hulk
3. Jurassic Park
4. Jurassic Park III
5. Jurassic World
6. The Lost World: Jurassic Park
7. Mamma Mia!

WARNER BROS:
1. The Matrix

Q3 2018 (28)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Predator
2. Predator 2
3. Predators
4. X-Men
5. X-Men 2
6. X-Men: The Last Stand

CINEDIGM:
1. Stagecoach: The Texas Jack Story

DISNEY:
1. The Avengers
2. Avengers: Age of Ultron

LIONSGATE:
1. American Psycho
2. Halloween
3. National Lampoon's Van Wilder
4. The Punisher
5. Punisher: War Zone
6. Transporter 3

PARAMOUNT:
1. Clear and Present Danger
2. The Hunt for Red October
3. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
4. Patriot Games
5. The Sum of All Fears

SONY:
1. Bad Boys
2. Bad Boys II
3. Christine
4. The Equalizer
5. The Quick and the Dead

UNIVERSAL:
1. Robin Hood

WARNER BROS:
1. Batman: Assault on Arkham
2. Batman: The Killing Joke

Q4 2018 (24)

DISNEY:
1. The Lion King
2. Wreck-It Ralph

LIONSGATE:
1. The Evil Dead
2. Evil Dead 2
3. First Blood
4. Law Abiding Citizen
5. Rambo III
6. Rambo: First Blood Part II
7. Twilight

SONY:
1. Air Force One
2. Hook
3. Philadelphia
4. Step Brothers

UNIVERSAL:
1. 2 Fast 2 Furious
2. The Big Lebowski
3. The Fast and the Furious
4. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
5. Schindler's List

WARNER BROS:
1. 2001: A Space Odyssey
2. Justice League Dark
3. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
4. The Matrix Reloaded
5. The Matrix Revolutions
6. Superman: The Movie

2018 TOTAL: 95

Q1 2019 (7)

DISNEY:
1. Captain America: The First Avenger
2. The Little Mermaid

LIONSGATE:
1. Lord of War

PARAMOUNT:
1. Pet Sematary

SONY:
1. Cliffhanger

UNIVERSAL:
1. How to Train Your Dragon
2. How to Train Your Dragon 2

Q2 2019 (28)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Alien

DISNEY:
1. Captain America: Civil War
2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
3. Cinderella
4. Toy Story
5. Toy Story 2
6. Toy Story 3

KINO LORBER:
1. Hannibal

LIONSGATE:
1. Crank
2. Hellboy: Blood & Iron
3. Hellboy: Sword of Storms
4. Man on a Ledge
5. The Witch

PARAMOUNT:
1. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

SONY:
1. Black Hawk Down
2. Godzilla
3. The Karate Kid
4. The Natural

UNIVERSAL:
1. Backdraft
2. Fast & Furious
3. Fast Five
4. Field of Dreams
5. Hellboy II: The Golden Army
6. The Scorpion King

WARNER BROS:
1. Batman
2. Batman & Robin
3. Batman Forever
4. Batman Returns

Q3 2019 (29)

DISNEY:
1. Aladdin
2. Brave
3. Cars
4. Cars 2
5. Finding Dory
6. Finding Nemo
7. The Good Dinosaur
8. Inside Out
9. Iron Man
10. Iron Man 2
11. Iron Man 3
12. Maleficent
13. Ratatouille
14. Thor
15. Thor: The Dark World

LIONSGATE:
1. Apocalypse Now
2. Daybreakers
3. The Doors
4. Lock Up
5. Rambo

SONY:
1. Glory
2. Moon
3. Stand by Me

UNIVERSAL:
1. Casino
2. Hot Fuzz
3. Hulk
4. Shaun of the Dead
5. Waterworld
6. The World's End

Q4 2019 (28)

20TH CENTURY FOX:
1. Casino Royale
2. Quantum of Solace
3. Skyfall
4. Spectre

DISCOTEK:
1. Space Adventure Cobra

DISNEY:
1. Ant-Man
2. Big Hero 6
3. Doctor Strange
4. Frozen
5. Guardians of the Galaxy
6. Moana
7. The Princess and the Frog
8. Tangled
9. Zootopia

LIONSGATE:
1. Red Heat
2. Universal Soldier

PARAMOUNT:
1. It's a Wonderful Life

SONY:
1. Charlie's Angels
2. Hellboy
3. Zombieland

SYNAPSE:
1. Suspiria

UNIVERSAL:
1. American Gangster
2. Scarface

VINEGAR SYNDROME:
1. Tammy and the T-Rex

WARNER BROS:
1. Gremlins
2. Pan's Labyrinth
3. The Shining
4. The Wizard of Oz

2019 TOTAL: 92
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Thanks for doing this, Paramount was sure a let down this year compared to last.

Edit: Meant last year, forget it's 2020 already, lol.

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Maybe my math is a little fuzzy but at this rate we can expect about 240 catalog titles from Disney this year.
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Yeah Paramount pretty much quit with catalog titles for the format. Pretty bad news for us Star Trek fans
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Love this breakdown! Thanks a lot for the effort. It's good to see the stats;

... but it also shows that this is definitely gonna be a slooooow burn for releasing the staples of home video. These studios are being conservative except for "blip" years... Disney had 2019 as their blip year. Paramount had 2018.
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Fantastic stuff dude! You deserve a medal for compiling this.

People can b!tch about Paramount but they've followed the 'cash in' formula religiously, i.e. if there's a sequel or reboot or remake or anniversary then there's a good chance they'll get it out there on 4K, 2018 seeing the latest MI movie which is why the other movies in that series got released on 4K. But leaving out the remastered Beverly Hills Cop movies on 4K disc isn't a great sign, I still think they're waiting on the fourth movie to maximise the cash-in potential but it's just as likely they won't release them at all.

What makes me really do a sad though is Fox, e.g. 12 titles in 2016 and then only just a little more than that in the next three years combined. Wow. And Disnee's blip is just that, their catalogue UHD support was DISGRACEFUL before late 2019 which is why I give them as much shit as I do, so let's see what they come up with in 2020 before hailing 2019's onslaught as anything more than a cynical pre-D+ cash-in.

And the above stats for Lionsgate and Universal show why I regard them as highly as I do, their stuff is NOT perfect but they've both been very consistent. Nod to Warners, although they've slowed down in the last couple of years.
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Thank you for creating this interesting thread.
It's kind of a bummer that Paramount didn't do very much catalog titles last year, but then again most other studios seemed to slowed down a little bit. 2019 was probably a good year for Disney though.
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To be fair Disney/Pixar is unloading another boatload of 4Ks in March.
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To be fair Disney/Pixar is unloading another boatload of 4Ks in March.
To be fair in my counter argument most of their 4K releases have been 2K upscales. Now, I understand that's not as big of a deal with animation, but come on. Also, their neutered Atmos mixes don't help. Disney has money to burn, bury, and do it all over again while still sitting on a massive pile of it

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To be fair in my counter argument most of their 4K releases have been 2K upscales. Now, I understand that's not as big of a deal with animation, but come on. Also, their neutered Atmos mixes don't help. Disney has money to burn, bury, and do it all over again with still sit on a massive pile to sit on.
Oh I'm not saying they are completely innocent lol. Just that they are now releasing more stuff on a consistent basis.
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Thanks for the thread...and now I'm depressed.
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Oh I'm not saying they are completely innocent lol. Just that they are now releasing more stuff on a consistent basis.
There's the Booty and the Beasts and live action Jungle Book that come to mind, what else?
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There's the Booty and the Beasts and live action Jungle Book that come to mind, what else?
Up, WALL-E, Monster's Inc., Monster's University, and A Bug's Life.
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So basically the remainder of the Pixar catalogue? Hmm. What happens after that is going to be more telling.

Still, it's more than what Fox were/are doing
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So basically the remainder of the Pixar catalogue? Hmm. What happens after that is going to be more telling.

Still, it's more than what Fox were/are doing
Hopefully they finish off the Renaissance era films.
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I was only thinking about this the other day.

Kudos to the OP for posting.

I wonder how the numbers (after 4 years) stack up against the first 4 years of Blu-Ray?

I have around 100 BR's and 30 4K discs.

So far, only 2 are duplicated. Most of the 100 BR's I have contain a lot of my top 30 or so movies of all time.

Given the anemic levels of back catalog releases, i'm not holding my breath that i'll have a lot more duplications any time soon.
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Disney will dump the rest of their actual "big" movies on UHD I'm sure, but don't expect anything else.
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Disney will dump the rest of their actual "big" movies on UHD I'm sure, but don't expect anything else.
Hell, I just want some of their catalog titles on BD. UHD would be nice, but I'll surely take BD.
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There's the Booty and the Beasts and live action Jungle Book that come to mind, what else?
Up, WALL-E, Monster's Inc., Monster's University, and A Bug's Life.
A butt-load of Star Wars?

Also, some of us are hoping Paramount gets going with the Indy set (that is still Paramount, in'nit?).

Chris

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