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    Ringmaster Listings

    I have a question about Ringmaster that I hope one of the Mods can help me with.

    http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content/7027/Ringmaster - Lionsgate, UV and D2D

    http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...-In-Ringmaster - Lionsgate, not UV

    I was going to get this title, but not sure which one to buy? I don't want to buy one, and then the other title becomes available in HDX while the one I bought remains in SD. Why is there even two releases for the same movie from the same studio? It's very confusing.

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    Re: Ringmaster Listings

    See:
    https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...-one-D2D-in-SD

    and

    https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...not-UV-and-HDX)

    VUDU claims its how the Studios want it, which is a highly irritating response as usually the title that is in HDX is NOT UV, but the movie technically is.

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      Re: Ringmaster Listings

      Originally posted by craiggers88 View Post
      See:
      https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...-one-D2D-in-SD

      and

      https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...not-UV-and-HDX)

      VUDU claims its how the Studios want it, which is a highly irritating response as usually the title that is in HDX is NOT UV, but the movie technically is.
      The second thread, the Mod claims they have different distributors, but wouldn't Lionsgate be the distributor? If so, they are the distributor for both Ringmaster listings...

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        Re: Ringmaster Listings

        In this case it seems to be an issue of studios rather than distribution. The film was originally made in conjunction with MPCA and the Kushner-Locke Company. Kushner-Locke went under and their rights were bought out by Lionsgate. However, MPCA is still around. I assume the non-UV listing is theirs and the split is a negotiation between them.

        A lot of older movies, where the contracts were set before digital rights were a thing are likely to crop up split this way as negotiations work their way through. I find it preferable to have it this way and have the option of D2D (even if it does get locked into SD) rather than having negotiations just split profits and turn off D2D (and possibly UV) altogether on those titles.

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