Within the realm of home entertainment, one of many longest-running burning questions has at all times been “When is James Cameron going to launch all his movies in 4K?” For years, there hasn’t been a solution—however lastly, it’s right here.
On March 12, 2024, Aliens, True Lies, and The Abyss are all lastly coming to 4K Extremely HD Blu-ray for the primary time in model new collector’s editions. That’ll be proceeded by all three of these, in addition to new collector’s editions of Avatar and Avatar: The Way of Water, coming to 4K digital obtain December 12, in addition to the beforehand introduced 4K and digital twenty fifth anniversary collectors editions of Titanic on December 5. The brand new Avatar discs will all be out December 19. “We actually needed to ship the very best expertise at dwelling so viewers might immerse themselves each within the movies and the journeys we went by means of to make them,” Cameron’s long-time producer, Jon Landau, stated of the releases.
Excluding Aliens, each launch may have never-before-seen behind-the-scenes content material as properly. For instance, The Abyss comes with an prolonged dialog with Cameron in regards to the movie in addition to a documentary on its legacy. True Lies has a brand new documentary known as Worry Is Not an Choice, and Avatar: The Manner of Water has over eight hours of fabric. “There’s a world of feelings in revisiting these movies and I hope we’ve captured a few of that within the new bonus supplies we created for our followers,” Cameron stated in a press launch.
This, in fact, additionally comes on the heels of Cameron saying that The Abyss could be getting a one-night-only screening at choose theaters on December 6. You can read more info on that here.
Cameron’s subsequent movie, Avatar 3, will be released in December 2025. Which he now has loads of time to work on since he now not has to reply questions on The Abyss, True Lies, and Aliens coming to 4K.
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