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Old 03-22-2016, 02:05 PM   #1
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Amazon have uploaded product pages for the Blu-Ray editions of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. There's no release date or pricing as of yet, but we've got an idea of what editions are incoming namely two Amazon exclusives; a "Batman Statue" edition and a "Superman Statue" edition. From the looks of things, they're going to be carrying the "choose your side" thing into the home release. No option to get both statues yet. Interestingly, there will be a 4K Ultra HD version available alongside the standard Blu-Ray edition and the Blu-Ray 3D edition. Currently unknown if this contains just the theatrical cut or the confirmed extended cut.





Batman Statue Edition: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Batman-Super...ustice+blu+ray

4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Batman-Super...ustice+blu+ray

Blu-Ray: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Batman-Super...ustice+blu+ray

Blu-Ray 3D: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Batman-Super...ustice+blu+ray

Superman Statue Edition: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Batman-Super...ustice+blu+ray

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Old 03-22-2016, 03:02 PM   #2
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What, no Wonder Woman statue? Pure sexism, I tell ya!
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Old 03-22-2016, 03:32 PM   #3
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There's an extended version coming to home video as well, anybody know if it's going to be included here or is it getting a separate release?
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Old 03-22-2016, 03:40 PM   #4
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Extended Edition will probably be a separate edition released just in time for Christmas, I'm guessing. Regular edition in July/August.
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There is also going to be an HMV Exclusive 3D steelbook
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Old 03-22-2016, 03:56 PM   #6
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Damn you Warner. I'm want the 3D blu-ray, but also the 4K blu-ray (it will be my first). Then I'll want the eventual R-rated version that may or may not be in 3D and will probably be in 4K. Decisions, decisions.
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Old 03-22-2016, 04:52 PM   #7
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I think Snyder said the R-rated will be the regular edition, and the PG-13 will be on the same disc i.e. they're both coming out at the date of first release, not later like, say, Lord Of The Rings or the Hobbit films.
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I think Snyder said the R-rated will be the regular edition, and the PG-13 will be on the same disc i.e. they're both coming out at the date of first release, not later like, say, Lord Of The Rings or the Hobbit films.
I hope so. I would have loved a 4K blu-ray/3D combo, but it is what it is.
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What, no Wonder Woman statue? Pure sexism, I tell ya!
Of course not! She was just busy at the time. Hoovering.
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Old 03-22-2016, 06:08 PM   #10
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All over that 4K release.

And the Steelbook.....

Lord help me.
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:47 AM   #11
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I will wait for the 4K version.
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:55 AM   #12
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3D for me. Reviews seem a bit mixed. Apparently that first hour/ hour and a half is a bit of a slog.
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3D for me. Reviews seem a bit mixed. Apparently that first hour/ hour and a half is a bit of a slog.
The Sun (UK newspaper, for the benefit of our non-British members) remarked about something along the lines of the complexities being off-putting to your average cinema goer. I think my desire to see this film just went up a notch! Does it actually have, dare I say, character development and / or atmosphere!!! Apparently, it's not very kid friendly.
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The Sun (UK newspaper, for the benefit of our non-British members) remarked about something along the lines of the complexities being off-putting to your average cinema goer. I think my desire to see this film just went up a notch! Does it actually have, dare I say, character development and / or atmosphere!!! Apparently, it's not very kid friendly.
Fair enough! Not sure why you quoted me though
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Sorry, levcore. I'm not certain why I quoted you either!!! Thanks for the reply, anyway!
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The Sun (UK newspaper, for the benefit of our non-British members) remarked about something along the lines of the complexities being off-putting to your average cinema goer. I think my desire to see this film just went up a notch! Does it actually have, dare I say, character development and / or atmosphere!!! Apparently, it's not very kid friendly.
I can vouch for that. I saw it at the IMAX Fan screening. First 90 minutes aquite strong. I don't get people complaining about dialogue scenes, I honestly get bored by superhero movies where they're just endless action set pieces.

My issue with the film after giving it more thought is that film feels like it's split in two. After the titular fight, the movie feels more like a standard superhero movie. Still exciting, but I prefer the deep conversations that immersed me into the DC Universe over the epic action.

I'm thinking there's a lot leftover for the Ultimate Cut. It's supposed to be 30 minutes longer, and with movies like this that's usually character development being cut out not expensive CGI action.
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The Sun (UK newspaper, for the benefit of our non-British members) remarked about something along the lines of the complexities being off-putting to your average cinema goer.
This seems to fly in the face of many other opinions from the first wave of reviews from the UK press. I'm at a midnight show tomorrow, and have a soft spot for Snyder's work, but the reviews of pals and colleagues ain't exactly filling me with confidence at the moment.
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What, no Wonder Woman statue? Pure sexism, I tell ya!
This isn't only the best Wonder Woman statue I've ever seen, it's the most realistic statue I've ever seen period.

http://www.sideshowtoy.com/collectib...t-toys-902687/
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Wish they would do a 4K, 3D Blu ray, Blu ray & Digital HD combo version
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This seems to fly in the face of many other opinions from the first wave of reviews from the UK press. I'm at a midnight show tomorrow, and have a soft spot for Snyder's work, but the reviews of pals and colleagues ain't exactly filling me with confidence at the moment.
I was at one of the Tuesday screenings so have a few thoughts:

Complexity and character development are not even slightly part of this film. Criminally Batman's big issue with Superman is that destruction of Metropolis from Man Of Steel when this film has the same exact thing with Gotham.

Add to that Jesse Eisenberg thinking this is a Joel Schumacher film, Henry Cavill given little to do but look stoic and Batman throwing the traditional no killing rule right out the window (and not in a thematic way that helps the character - he just blows stuff up) and this is one of the worst ways I can imagine to launch a shared universe. It's almost unrelentingly grim and the way it incorporates...other heroes to set up Justice League? Tacked on, crass and silly.

They urgently need to get someone who isn't Snyder on this DC project. This film will do good numbers for the sheer novelty but 5, 10 films on? I can't see people subjecting themselves to this tone. It's trying so hard to be anti-Marvel it's like they've never read a Superman comic in their lives.
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