Stockholm, Sweden, Feb 17, 2016 – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE) today announced the studio’s first releases in the next-generation 4K Ultra HD™ Disc format, which will arrive May 2nd 2016.
SPHE’s first 4K Ultra HD releases will include The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Salt, Hancock, Chappie, Pineapple Express, and The Smurfs 2, followed by a growing roster of titles including new release films.
SPHE’s 4K Ultra HD Discs feature four times the resolution of HD and include high dynamic range (HDR), which produces brilliant highlights, vibrant colors and greater contrast on compatible displays. Many titles will also support next-generation immersive audio formats.
Sony Pictures has an extensive library of 4K content, including newer films and television shows, as well as classic catalog films restored from original film elements, including Captain Phillips, Men In Black, Ghostbusters, Bad Boys, The Da Vinci Code, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Lawrence Of Arabia, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Guns of Navarone, Taxi Driver, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and many others.
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Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nordic (‘US’) was established in April, 2013 and launched commercially August 1st, 2013. The company is an equally shared joint venture between major film studios Universal Pictures and Sony Pictures, which encompass their physical Home Entertainment business. ‘US’ is one of the leading companies that distribute rights and productions in the entertainment industry for domestic use on DVD & Blu-Ray in the rental- and buying market. Among the over 7 000 movie titles in the business catalogue you can find franchises as “DUMMA MIG”, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, SMURFARNA, FAST & FURIOUS, and reputable TV-series as DOWNTON-ABBEY and BREAKING BAD.