The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit are released in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

It’ll be your best view of Middle Earth yet – the Lord of the Rings And the The Hobbit The Triads finally get a Blu-ray release in 4K Ultra HD, with pre-orders now available and shipping starting December 1 in the US. That’s just in time for the holidays.

Only Samwise Gamgee himself shared the news Via fan site The One Ring, With actor Sean Astin announcing the remaster in the video below. Astin said, “Now, since it’s at 4K UHD, you know it’s going to be the most great home viewing experience possible.” “Peter Jackson oversaw the rewrite himself, and I can say that working with Peter has been the adventure of a lifetime and the friendships I make will last forever. Enjoy.”

the Lord of the Rings It will be very interesting to see it in 4K UHD, as the original trilogy was shot on 35mm film with a great deal of practical effects (including Huge miniaturesWhich means that increasing the resolution should work normally most of the time. As for The Hobbit Trilogy (shot digitally with abundant CGI), well, some people enjoyed these movies and some didn’t. And that’s all I will say about it.

This is not all. In addition to the two sets of 4K UHD 3D boxes – which will include both theatrical and extended releases from all six films – there is also the Ultimate Collectors Edition with additional new and redesigned content. LotR Blu-ray discs are set to arrive in summer 2021. So, if you’re desperate, you can get 4K UHD releases of movies now, or you can wait until next year to get the most complete and advanced releases.

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to me Digital bitsThis year’s redesigned films will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range, in addition to Dolby Atmos audio.

It’s a bit confusing trying to track down all the different versions and pricing currently available, but that’s what we found at the time of writing. Prices may change.

Gift version of 4K UHD remaster from the Lord of the Rings Trio includes nine discs.
Photo: Amazon

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