There’s no word yet as to whether the series will be released on Blu-ray at long last, but this would certainly make sense, as it’s long been requested by fans. So watch this space for details on a possible release later in 2021. Meanwhile, you can read more here at Engadget.
We should also take this moment to acknowledge the sad passing last week of actor Mira Furlan, best known to fans as Minbari Ambassador Delenn on Babylon 5, and also for her appearence on Lost. Furlan was 65. You can read more here at Deadline.
Meanwhile, while we’re talking Warner, the Warner Archive have set Helter Skelter: An American Myth for DVD release on 2/9, along with Six by Sondheim (2013) on Blu-ray on 2/9, and Harley Quinn: The Complete First and Second Seasons on Blu-ray on 2/16.
We’ve learned that Liberator Films is releasing the Harvey Fierstein musical Kinky Boots on Blu-ray on 5/25 (SRP $24.95).
Lionsgate has set Don’t Tell a Soul for release on Blu-ray and DVD on 3/16.
The company also has the 2020 Sundance Film Festival official selection Wander Darkly coming to Blu-ray and DVD on 2/9.
Also today, Mill Creek Entertainment is releasing Finding Forrester (2000) on Blu-ray on 4/13.
And the other big catalog news today is that Universal has finally officially announced the long-expected 4K release of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing on 2/2. Extras will include a new introduction by the director and over four hours of legacy features, among them a documentary, deleted and extended scenes, trailers, and audio commentary by Lee. This will be a BD100 disc, with audio will be DTS:X. There’s no mention of Dolby Vision, so expect HDR10 only.
Universal has also set the new release film Wild Mountain Thyme, starring Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, Jon Hamm, and Christopher Walken, for release on DVD and Digital only on 2/2. That’s right, no Blu-ray is currently planned. Very strange.
And that’s all for now. Stay tuned…