Posted Thu Mar 27, 2008 at 10:00 AM PDT by Peter Bracke
Indie Vanguard has confirmed that it will close out its HD DVD support with the June release of 'Disco Pigs,' and that it plans to begin releasing titles on Blu-ray later this year.
Although Vanguard says there will be no official statement to come, the company has released an updated high-def release schedule that confirms they will no longer issue any new titles on the format following the June 24 HD DVD debut of the Cillian Murphy-starrer 'Disco Pigs.'
Also nixed from the company's schedule were two previously-announced HD DVD releases, 'The Low Life' and 'Animal Room.'
When asked for comment on Vanguard's future high-def plans, a company rep told us that a move to Blu-ray is currently in the planning stages for later this year. Initial titles and street date information are yet to be determined, however, so we expect to have additional information in the coming months.
As always, we'll keep you posted on further details of Vanguard's transition to Blu-ray as they're announced.
In the meantime, we've removed 'Animal Room' and 'The Low Life' from our HD DVD Release Schedule.
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