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    #76
    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

    It's back up now (as of midnight ET). For now, the announcement is Google Play integration + the DMA Android app.

    No mention of Vudu for now, but there's still time. It could be a separate press release later today, especially since Vudu runs on PT; it could also be as late as 12/9. However, I now think it'll be 11/18 so Vudu will get in on digital exclusivity for GotG (and Frozen Sing-Along Edition in HD).

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      #77
      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

      Originally posted by CBrown View Post
      Would be nice if they would give you a choice of some free movies if they are going to give them out. They gave The Incredibles for linking to ITunes and now Wreck it Ralph for Google Play, both of which I already have so it is kind of a bit of middle finger instead of a thank you I assume it was intended as. "ha ha, you didn't have to purchase this sucker and we are going to reward those who didn't". Not a big deal of course, just a bit of a negative feeling.
      If you already have them all, there's not many freebies for Disney to give out, are there? I'm not gonna complain because I already own Wreck-It Ralph, just like I already owned The Incredibles when DMA launched.

      Actually, there's a small consolation prize for those of us who already had Disney movies in Google Play: Once you link Google Play to DMA, you get 150 Disney Movie Rewards points for every Disney movie in your Google Play library pre-integration -- even if, as in my case, they were all redeemed from Digital Copy Plus codes. (I started out with Vudu on DC+, but switched to Google Play because it plays in HD on my Nook HD. Edit: DMA points were not awarded for prior DC redemptions in iTunes when DMA launched.) I hope they do the same once Vudu joins DMA.
      Last edited by RBBrittain; 11-04-2014, 12:11 AM. Reason: Clarify

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        #78
        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

        Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
        There is also some chatter about a certain brand's titles being made available via DMA.

        I am not going to say which brand, but it is one that Disney owns and that has not been digitally available titles b4.

        Wookie, light saber, dark father figure. trumpet themed music...
        Originally posted by moviebuff13 View Post
        Oh, Walter. The king of speculations. First, you say that Maleficent will the Disney's first UV title. Now, you're saying that Star W...oops, another Disney brand will be available on DMA.
        This is actually a valid rumor and not just the usual speculation, the Italian Disney site had a recent ad leak that showed the ability to watch Star Wars movies online and maybe mobile and there a separate unrelated leak early this year listing Star Wars as having a digital library release this Autumn/Winter. Google star wars digital release fall - to see the report.

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          #79
          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

          ...was kinda hoping it would be a surprise today. I had $100 in reserve in case, but when I saw it not around, I just spent it on Maleficent, Mr. Peabody, and book #4 of Legend of Korra. Maybe around black friday though.

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            #80
            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

            There are also 2D/3D bundles that didn't exist before for:
            1. Wreck-It Ralph
            2. Up
            3. Toy Story
            4. Toy Story 3

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              #81
              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

              Keep in mind Fox owns the rights to Star Wars through 2020, not Disney...

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                #82
                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                Originally posted by Cranston37 View Post
                Keep in mind Fox owns the rights to Star Wars through 2020, not Disney...
                Pretty sure Disney just bought those. Sometime in the last month or two. Also, everything on that leaked list that had the "Star Wars digital library" on it has been true. We should probably see Star Wars available for us in about a year from now.

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                  #83
                  Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                  Originally posted by tkdkid717 View Post
                  Pretty sure Disney just bought those. Sometime in the last month or two. Also, everything on that leaked list that had the "Star Wars digital library" on it has been true. We should probably see Star Wars available for us in about a year from now.
                  Disney bought the series but Fox retained the home video rights for the 6 films already produced until May 2020 because of it's previous contract with LucasFilm.

                  "Despite The Walt Disney Company's 2012 purchase of Lucasfilm Ltd. and the release rights to all future Star Wars films, Fox still retrains original distribution rights to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope "in perpetuity" in all media worldwide. Fox also retains theatrical, nontheatrical, and home video rights worldwide for the franchise's five subsequent films through May 2020, at which time ownership will transfer to Disney. This complex relationship between Fox and Disney, particularly in regards to Fox's perpetual rights to Episode IV, creates an obstacle for any future boxed set comprising all nine films."

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                    #84
                    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                    Wow...between Star Wars and the X-Men/Fantastic Four rights, it sounds like Disney will just have to buy Fox.

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                      #85
                      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                      Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
                      Wow...between Star Wars and the X-Men/Fantastic Four rights, it sounds like Disney will just have to buy Fox.
                      I wouldn't mind seeing that happen !

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                        #86
                        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                        Originally posted by Cranston37 View Post
                        Keep in mind Fox owns the rights to Star Wars through 2020, not Disney...
                        Yeah, they just have to work out an agreement. Should be a piece of cake.

                        Back shortly after DMA started they had a customer survey and on it they specifically asked about interest in movies from other studios, so they have been thinking about a licensing scenario for a while (not necessarily Star Wars I suppose).

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                          #87
                          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                          Originally posted by Cranston37 View Post
                          Disney bought the series but Fox retained the home video rights for the 6 films already produced until May 2020 because of it's previous contract with LucasFilm.

                          "Despite The Walt Disney Company's 2012 purchase of Lucasfilm Ltd. and the release rights to all future Star Wars films, Fox still retrains original distribution rights to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope "in perpetuity" in all media worldwide. Fox also retains theatrical, nontheatrical, and home video rights worldwide for the franchise's five subsequent films through May 2020, at which time ownership will transfer to Disney. This complex relationship between Fox and Disney, particularly in regards to Fox's perpetual rights to Episode IV, creates an obstacle for any future boxed set comprising all nine films."
                          Yeah, but what about the EST rights? If Fox fully controlled the EST rights all six Star Wars films would likely be on UV already, just like all the X-Men films.

                          I wouldn't be surprised if this was part of a broader negotiating tactic by Disney, along with cancelling the Fantastic Four comics so they won't support Fox's movie reboot. Don't be surprised if they end up with a deal that lets Disney release all six films on DMA next year, with Ep IV shifting to Disney in 2020 along with the home-video rights to the other five films. Maybe in exchange for keeping the Fox logo & fanfare on future Disney-produced Star Wars episodes (a la the Paramount logo on The Avengers & Iron Man 3).
                          Last edited by RBBrittain; 11-08-2014, 09:01 AM. Reason: Clarify

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                            #88
                            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                            Originally posted by RBBrittain View Post
                            Yeah, but what about the EST rights? If Fox fully controlled the EST rights all six Star Wars films would likely be on UV already
                            You can't assume that. Indiana Jones for example is Paramount yet is not UV...

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                              #89
                              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                              Originally posted by lostinva View Post
                              Have not seen it mentioned, but the Guardians of the Galaxy 3D Walmart exclusive clearly shows a sticker on the cover with DMA and InstaWatch...

                              http://www.walmart.com/ip/40752816
                              Hmm, well the image on the WM page is now sans said sticker. So is a cover up unfolding?

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                                #90
                                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                                Hmmmm. I hope this is just another attempt to not let the cat out of the bag too early and not a sign that we will have to wait even longer for Vudu to become a DMA partner.

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