Re: The Unofficial High-Def Movie Thread
Should Paramount bolt, that'd be the proverbial killing stroke.
And I know that Michael Bay wasn't happy about the move to HD DVD exclusivity. He's still not happy. You may have seen this already, GIK, but for everyone else, here he is in all his glory at michaelbay.com:
Well another studio down. Maybe I was right? Blu ray is just better. HD will die a slow death. It's what I predicted a year ago. Now with Warner's down for the count with Blu Ray. That makes it easier for Wal-Mart to push Blu Ray. And whatever Wal-Mart pushes - wins. Hd better start giving out those $120 million dollars checks to stay alive. Maybe they can give me some so I can give it to my Make-A-Wish charity, just to shut me up. Have faith people Transformers will come out in Blu-ray one day!
If Endgadget's source is right, it's time to prepare for HD DVD bargain bin dumpster diving.
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