This will be your best view of the Middle Earth – Head of rings And The Hobbit The trilogy finally gets the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release, bookings are now available and shipping starts December 1st in the US. It’s the holidays.
This message was not shared by anyone other than Samwise Comkey Via fan site TheOneRing, Actor Sean Austin announced the remaster in the video below. “Now, because it’s in 4K UHD, you know it will be a very incredible home viewing experience,” Austin said. “Peter Jackson oversaw the restructuring of himself, and working with Peter is a lifelong adventure, and the friendship I made will last forever. Enjoy.”
Head of rings It will be a pleasure to watch in 4K UHD because the original trilogy was filmed in 35mm film, using many practical effects (including Massive miniatures) This means that measuring resolution should run naturally. Such as The Hobbit The trilogy (which was filmed digitally with plenty of CGI), some people enjoyed those pictures, some did not. That’s all I can say about it.
That’s all though. In addition to the two 4K UHD trilogy boxsets – which include both theatrical and extended versions of the six films – there is also a new bonus content and a redesigned Ultimate Collector version LoadR Blu-ray Discs coming in the summer of 2021. So, if you wish, you can capture 4K UHD versions of the images now or wait for the more complete and advanced versions until next year.
According to Digital bits, This year’s modified images will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range standards, as well as Dolby Atmos Audio.
Trying to find all the different versions and prices currently available is a bit confusing, but at the time of writing we saw here. Prices may change.