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Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

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    Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

    Are Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace available via ultraviolet?

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    Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

    Originally posted by asumovieman View Post
    Are Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace available via ultraviolet?
    No Bond films are UV at this time. Hopefully, they will be in the future.

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      #3
      Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

      They're are MGM films. MGM is not part of Ultraviolet yet.

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        Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

        Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
        They're are MGM films. MGM is not part of Ultraviolet yet.
        Well there can be exceptions. The Daniel Craig Bond movies were distributed by MGM and Sony (see http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/casinoroyale ). So depending on the deal, Sony may be allowed to make them UV. Although, I would have thought they would have already if they could. If not, we're stuck waiting for MGM to go UV.

        One new example of strange exceptions is Minority Report which was a Dreamworks title distributed by Paramount and recently became UV in Vudu store (I noticed it a day or two ago). So Minority Report seems to be only Dreamworks UV title (not counting Dreamworks Animation of course).

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          Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

          Originally posted by sbuberl View Post
          Well there can be exceptions. The Daniel Craig Bond movies were distributed by MGM and Sony (see http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/casinoroyale ). So depending on the deal, Sony may be allowed to make them UV. Although, I would have thought they would have already if they could. If not, we're stuck waiting for MGM to go UV.

          One new example of strange exceptions is Minority Report which was a Dreamworks title distributed by Paramount and recently became UV in Vudu store (I noticed it a day or two ago). So Minority Report seems to be only Dreamworks UV title (not counting Dreamworks Animation of course).
          The Haunting is also Dreamworks and UV. It's the only other one I've seen, but there could be more.

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            Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

            Originally posted by sbuberl View Post
            One new example of strange exceptions is Minority Report which was a Dreamworks title distributed by Paramount and recently became UV in Vudu store (I noticed it a day or two ago). So Minority Report seems to be only Dreamworks UV title (not counting Dreamworks Animation of course).
            The only bad thing still is it's not available for Disc to Digital.

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              Re: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace?

              So far I snapped up all of the Vudu James Bond bundles (Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan). I am not that big a fan of Daniel Craig as Bond, but I am getting an OCD itch and I have to decide if I should get the Graig 2-movie Bond bundle this week or not.

              If Vudu continues it's Bond bundle trend, there could be a 2-movie Timothy Dalton 007 Bundle next week (Licence To Kill and The Living Daylights). If it happens, then there will be just seven individual Bonds that were not bundled left to complete the 007 series.

              Vudu could actually milk the Bond franchise by offering two more Bond Bundles (a second bundle for each Sean Connery and Roger Moore ), leaving On Her Majestry's Secret Service as the sole loner.

              Possible Sean Connery Bond Bundle #2
              From Russia With Love
              Never Say Never Again
              Diamonds Are Forever

              Possible Roger Moore Bond Bundle #2
              Octopussy
              For Your Eyes Only
              A View To A Kill

              George Lazenby
              On Her Majestry's Secret Service

              I would definitely buy the remaining Connery/Moore 007 HDX movies if offered in future Bond bundles.

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