Posted Mon Oct 16, 2006 at 09:24 PM PDT
One of the summer's more controversial would-be blockbusters, Warner
Home Video will debut 'Lady in the Water' on HD DVD and Blu-ray day-and-date
Though critics and audiences weren't kind to thrill-meister M. Night Shyamalan's
latest, high-def fans will have a chance to decide for themselves when the film
hits both next-gen formats on December 19.
Though supplemental details are not yet known, Warner will offer up 1.85:1
widescreen transfers in 1080p/VC-1 video on both formats, as well as 640kbps
Dolby Digital 5.1 surround tracks (Dolby Digital-Plus on HD DVD).
The studio has set a suggested list price of $39.95 for each release.
Stay tuned for further specs and box cover art, and we've added listings for
'Lady in the Water' to both our Blu-ray
Release Schedule and HD
DVD Release Schedule.
We also set up dedicated threads for 'Lady in the Water' on both formats in our new Forums area -- click the following links to discuss either the HD DVD release or the Blu-ray release.