“Goblet of Fire” DVD to be released in High Definition


Jan 04, 2006

Posted by: SueTLC | Comments


Variety is reporting today that many of the big studios will be releasing films on DVD in on “a high-definition digital disc” later this year. Among those films listed is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Quotage:

“The “Mission: Impossible” and “Lord of the Rings” trilogies, as well as Peter Jackson’s “King Kong” and “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” will all be released on high-definition digital discs this year.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, nearly every studio is expected to announce their first slate of high-def digital disc titles coming to market in 2006. More than 75 titles (new and old movies plus TV shows) are expected with the introduction of the first [compatible] DVD player, with dozens and maybe hundreds more by the end of the year.”

We are hoping to have a formal announcement from WB soon about all the details regarding this high-def version as well as the regular Goblet of Fire DVDs. Stay tuned! Thanks Petra!

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