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Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

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    Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

    As expected, good news sorta except no disney UV

    Can't add it until 11/18/2014 though from what I read.

    https://gigaom.com/2014/11/14/disney...walmarts-vudu/

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    That's Sweet!

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      #3
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      Wonder if this means in store disc to digital for Disney titles?

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        Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

        Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
        Wonder if this means in store disc to digital for Disney titles?
        Can you imagine? I doubt it, but holy crap if it did happen.

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          #5
          Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

          Great to get the confirmation of a very badly kept secret! You guys should just activate it now and let us all start enjoying our Disney movies on Vudu!

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            #6
            Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

            Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
            Great to get the confirmation of a very badly kept secret! You guys should just activate it now and let us all start enjoying our Disney movies on Vudu!
            I know. Cat has been out of the bag for a month. Flip the switch already...!

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              #7
              Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

              Excellent!

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                #8
                Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

                well then, bring on star wars.

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                  #9
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                  Disney doesn't own all the movie rights to star wars. Its not that easy. I know for sure fox owns a new hope till 2020 i think.

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                    Originally posted by ZuliuZ View Post
                    Disney doesn't own all the movie rights to star wars. Its not that easy. I know for sure fox owns a new hope till 2020 i think.
                    Fox owns the rights to A New Hope in perpetuity unless they choose to sell their rights to Disney. They also hold the rights for the other 5 films until 2020.

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                      #11
                      Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

                      Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
                      Fox owns the rights to A New Hope in perpetuity unless they choose to sell their rights to Disney. They also hold the rights for the other 5 films until 2020.
                      Well then why are the Star Wars movies not UV already since they already participate in the UV program?

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                        Fox may own the rights, but they don't call the shots.

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                          Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
                          Fox may own the rights, but they don't call the shots.


                          I'm pretty pretty sure with the movies they do.

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                            Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

                            Fox has never called the shots with the Star Wars films. It has always been Lucas and now Disney. They may have input in how/when things are releases, but they do not "own" those films in the traditional sense.

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                              Re: Walmart's Vudu Joins Disney Movies Anywhere

                              Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
                              Fox has never called the shots with the Star Wars films. It has always been Lucas and now Disney. They may have input in how/when things are releases, but they do not "own" those films in the traditional sense.
                              All this being as it may, there still does not seem to be explanation for the Italian DMA commercial showing SW scenes. Either it was a leak, or a mistake. The consensus from what I read is it was a leak and Disney will be able to release DMA versions of the films as long as they are not the theatrical cuts.

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