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Wyvern trailer movie

It will comarket HD DVD hardware with hundreds of HD DVD titles expected on store shelves by the end of 200 The campaign will also include an 18-wheeler called the HD DVD Mobile Experience, which hits the road this summer as part of the nationwide publicity campaign. About 40 HD DVD titles are already on market, and the total will grow to about 150 titles by years end, according to a Toshiba spokesman. Toshiba is currently the sole supplier of HD DVD players. It has been offering two models, one with a price tag of 499 and another at Toshiba is aiming to sell up to 700, 000 HD DVD players by next March. Does this mean some HP branded HD DVD is coming?? Okay, I was excited to read this: It will comarket HD DVD hardware with hundreds of HD DVD titles expected on store shelves by the end of 200 About 40 HD DVD titles are already on market, and the total will grow to about 150 titles by years end, according to a Toshiba spokesman. Theres a big difference between hundreds and 1 Id say theyre going to have to pull their socks up if theyre even going to hit 150, at the current rate of dribs and drabs. We got a few titles this week and I think thats it until August 8, correct? And just so you wont think Im in one camp or another on this, that goes for Blu-ray too. I thought one of the only benefits of the format war was that both sides would try to bury the other in discs, and wed have tons of movies to choose from very quickly. Apparently not, since I dont feel a burning need to upgrade my viewing experience of The Punisher. Both sides need to get some drool-worthy titles out there to keep momentum going once the first wave of early adopters runs its course. Theres more than 50 HD DVD titles but you get different numbers quoted because some quote worldwide numbers which will include the discs already shipping in Japan and a lot of the Studio Canal stuff. Plus I notice that they often quote major studio stuff but HD Net will have about 20 titels of their own. Smaller studios wont get the pub but theyll be there with product. Will one of these two formats die already, and soon, so that I can get a player and some films. I think Ill be sticking with good ole DVDs for a while Im a Browncoat and all but Serenity is not a 500 title. Frankly, there isnt a 500 title individually or as a collection being released in the near future IMHO Man youre a tough customer. So you think that Q1 2007 when these discs are shipping and 2nd generation hardware is youll hop on the train? Yeah, baby, but Batman Begins and the Matrix movies are from Warners, and theyve announced theyre releasing on both formats. New Line is a unit of Time Warner, but I think theyre still in the HD DVD camp, so LOTR will be HD DVD exclusively, until and unless the format starts to falter. The one thing we can count on is that nobody yet has ever overestimated the avarice of Hollywood. Some of these wyvern trailer movie might scream loudly that theyre firmly behind one format or the other, but as sure as the sun will come up tomorrow, they will crumble at the first sign that theyre losing a few dollars by not supporting the other. Man youre a tough customer. So you think wyvern trailer movie Q1 2007 when these discs are shipping and 2nd generation hardware is youll hop on the train? Pretty much what I am waiting for. As of right now, based on what is released for both formats, there isnt much that I would want to buy. There are 4 or 5 HD-DVD titles I would purchase, and 2 Blu-Ray titles. I see what is coming, and am looking forward to the HD-DVD releases LOTR and Matrix are high on my list. But here is the thing. There are quite a few titles I wouldnt mind RENTING. Pretty much the day that I can walk into my Blockbuster and rent HD-DVD titles will be the day that I purchase. But it will be weighted against 2nd gen hardware or hardware from other manufactures, depending on release dates of that. Last thing I want to do is purchase a first gen unit which gets replaced 2 months after my purchase. Weve got some breaking high-def format news to report this afternoon. Warner Bros has just officially announced their first Blu-ray Disc releases. Training Day, Good Night, and Good Luck, Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang and Rumor Has It will all street on 8/ All of these titles are already available on HD-DVD except Good Night, and Good Luck but we expect that to change soon, so this will be the first really good opportunity to directly compare the two formats. Training Day and Good Night, and Good Luck will carry an SRP of The other two titles will sell for SRP Theres no word yet on the extras to be included, but we expect more on that shortly. Warner also says that theyll be announcing additional waves of Blu-ray Disc titles soon. Yeah, baby, but Batman Begins and the Matrix movies are from Warners, and theyve announced theyre releasing on both formats.

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