Posted Tue Feb 6, 2007 at 02:29 PM PST by
Confirming street dates and specs for its winter Blu-ray line-up, Disney has unveiled details for four top catalog titles, including 'Chicken Little,' 'Finding Neverland,' 'King Arthur' and 'G.I. Jane.'
As first announced during this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Disney will release 'Chicken Little' and 'Finding Neverland' on March 20, followed by 'G.I. Jane' and an expanded 'King Arthur: Director's Cut' two weeks later on April 3.
Each will come with the standard 1080p video transfers and uncompressed PCM 5.1 surround tracks. Full codec details are not yet known; stay tuned for complete info to come.
And continuing their impressive increase in Blu-ray bonus features, all four titles will come packed with supplements, including most if not all of the same extras as found on their standard-def DVD counterparts.
Disney has set a list price of $34.95 a pop for the two waves of titles.
The latest specs, including box art, for these upcoming Disney titles and all Blu-ray releases can be found in our Blu-ray Release Schedule.
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