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    More Fox UVs

    Apologies is this is a repeat thread, but I didn't see it after a quick look.

    X-Men 2, Live Free or Die Hard UR, Miller's Crossing, Shame are now UV. Anyone else finding new UVs from Fox?

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    It was mentioned in the stickied Direct To Digital Tracking thread, but it did not have it's own thread so this one can't hurt I didn't even bother to check Shame as I assumed it would never be UV. It was the first Vudu movie I purchased with my credits for joining Vudu and linking my TV/PS3, etc... One of only a few nc-17 UV movies.

    A few more are

    Wrong Turn
    A-Team Extended
    Mirrors (unrated)
    Hills Have Eyes (Unrated). This one regained it's UV after it was taken away last month.

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      #3
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      Live Free has been available for D2D for some time now, maybe a few months. X2 on the other hand is still not available for D2D, but at least its UV though so hopefully its just a matter of time.

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        #4
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        Anyone try via d2d on cinemanow?

        Shrek 2 works there.

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          #5
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          yes it does as do a few others that vudu's app doesn't work on currently

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            #6
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            I suggested a couple of times in another thread that you guys give CinemaNow a try when Vudu ToGo will not work. It will save you a trip to Walmart and will help CinemaNow a little.

            I wish M-Go had D2D!

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              #7
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              Man On Fire was added.

              Are these going to be D2D? If so, When?

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                Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
                I suggested a couple of times in another thread that you guys give CinemaNow a try when Vudu ToGo will not work. It will save you a trip to Walmart and will help CinemaNow a little.

                I wish M-Go had D2D!
                unfortunately, for those of us who only have Blu-rays, that didn't help. Plus, then you're spending more.

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                  Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
                  unfortunately, for those of us who only have Blu-rays, that didn't help. Plus, then you're spending more.
                  I suppose that's true, but I really don't know of CinemaNow allows for Blu-ray devices in their D2D program. You don't spend any more money to use CinemaNow, in fact it's cheaper than using gas money to drive to Walmart. Flixster is $.50 more than CinemaNow and Vudu.

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                    Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
                    I suppose that's true, but I really don't know of CinemaNow allows for Blu-ray devices in their D2D program. You don't spend any more money to use CinemaNow, in fact it's cheaper than using gas money to drive to Walmart. Flixster is $.50 more than CinemaNow and Vudu.
                    They don't. So I have no choice.

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                      #11
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                      How long should it take for these to become available through D2D?

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                        #12
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                        honestly it could take them as long as they want

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                          Originally posted by dunham44 View Post
                          honestly it could take them as long as they want
                          The last batch only took about a week. I had Black Swan pretty quickly after it was UV enabled.

                          On the other hand, Hard Eight was added by Paramount last month and I just got it now.

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                            #14
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                            Originally posted by replica145 View Post
                            The last batch only took about a week. I had Black Swan pretty quickly after it was UV enabled.

                            On the other hand, Hard Eight was added by Paramount last month and I just got it now.
                            Is there a notification system or do i have to just keep checking back to see when it has been added?

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                              Re: More Fox UVs

                              Originally posted by tkdkid717 View Post
                              Is there a notification system or do i have to just keep checking back to see when it has been added?
                              This forum is probably the best notification "system". You will not receive any notification from Vudu.

                              If you are interested in disc-to-digital then follow keep an eye on this thread:
                              https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...edemption-Log)

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