Universal Pull: First Studio to Release 100 HD Movies

Posted by Tyler Pruitt on July 31, 2007 
Filed Under: HD DVD, Studios

universal.jpeg Universal is the first studio to break the HD century mark with 104 HD DVD movies released to date. Our friends at makes it easy to see how many titles each studio has released. Warner is still a little behind with 80+ titles released on HD DVD (around 60 on Blu-ray). It is easy to see why the Blu-ray group is putting constant pressure on Universal, since the war would come to a accelerated ending if Universal decided to go neutral.


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3 Responses to “Universal Pull: First Studio to Release 100 HD Movies”

  1. sir colin of hunt on July 31st, 2007 11:41 am

    “It is easy to see why the Blu-ray group is putting constant pressure on Universal” – what are you basing the ‘Blu-ray group’s constant pressure’ claim on, precisely? On that debunked posting on

  2. Tyler Pruitt on July 31st, 2007 11:51 am

    Not at all, That dispute was about GE putting pressure, not the Blu-ray group.

  3. hmurchison on August 1st, 2007 2:28 pm

    I’d like to see Universal start bundling some movies into collections for a nice price.

    The Mummy
    The Bourne series
    Nutty Professor

    Warner and Paramount are doing some bundle work and Universal has the largest release of titles…start moving these titles with some deals.

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