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Warner Bros. celebrates 100 year anniversary with brand new 4K Studio collection box sets

Warner Bros. Discovery has today officially unveiled a series of three 4K 5-film bundles and a brand new 30-film Studio Collection Box Set to celebrate Warner Bros. Studio’s centennial. Fans will soon be able to own 4K remastered versions of the studio’s most iconic films, ranging from the 1930s to modern day available for the first time in 4K Ultra-High Definition. The Studio will celebrate 100 years in 2023 marking an astounding history that has been signposted by some of the most beloved films to grace the silver screen.

To mark the occasion, Warner Bros. has refreshed a selection of classic films with 4K restorations, allowing modern audiences to enjoy the studio’s iconic filmography in enhanced crystal-clear quality. For the first time, ten new titles such as The Exorcist (1973), Enter the Dragon(1973) and more to be announced will be available in previously unmatched clarity. 

Brand new 4K 5-Film bundles will include some of the studio’s greatest hits, with the Classic Hollywood 4K Collection (1930s-1960s) (available to pre-order now, available to buy in April), New Hollywood 4K Collection (1970s-1980s) (7th August) and Modern Blockbusters 4K Collection (1990s-Today) (18th September) packs celebrating key periods in Warner Bros.’ filmography. These compilations will include some of the most celebrated titles from select time periods such as The Wizard of OZ (1939), Citizen Kane (1942) and Casablanca (1943), offering collectors the opportunity to own their favourite films from each era. Owners of the New Hollywood and Blockbuster packs will access new-to-format releases for Enter the Dragon and Training Day respectively.

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Warner Bros. will also offer a brand new 30-Film 4K collection including essential titles such as The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Exorcist(1974), Enter the Dragon (1973), Training Day (2002) and many more. 

Featuring premium packaging, a set of 8x pin badges and booklet, the Warner Bros. 100 Year Studio Collection (18th September) provides the ultimate way to celebrate 100 years of the studio’s history. The collection will also contain new-to-format releases in the other 5-Film 4K bundles.

Superman fans will also enjoy a refreshed look at the Man of Steel’s classic films, with Superman 2 (1980), Superman 3 (1983) and Superman 4 (1987) all set to be re-released in 4K on the 17th April. Available individually or included in a limited collector’s edition steel case which features Superman 1-4, followers of Kal-L’s film history can celebrate the characters 85th anniversary in vivid 4K.

The refreshed 4K resolution offers consumers a sharper and richer image for a home entertainment viewing experience like never before.

The 4K 5-Film Bundles will be available throughout 2023, including 4K discs with the remastered feature films for select packs and bright digipak packaging. The Warner Bros. 100 Year Studio Collection will launch on the 18th September, featuring 30x 4K remastered film discs, premium packaging and 8x Warner Bros. pin badges.

New to 4K for Centennial Celebration

·         Maltese Falcon (1941)

·         Rebel without a Cause (1955)

·         Cool Hand Luke (1956)

·         Enter the Dragon (1973)

·         The Exorcist (1973)

·         Training Day (2001)

With more announcements to follow.

4K 5-Flim Bundle Elements

The Classic Hollywood 4K Collection (1930s-1960s) pack, available to pre order now, contains the following 4K remastered films:

●     The Wizard of Oz (1939)

●     Citizen Kane (1941)

●     Casablanca (1942)

●     Singing’ in the Rain (1987)

●     Rebel Without a Cause (1955) – New to 4k for 2023

The New Hollywood 4K Collection (1970s-1980s) pack, available 7th August 2023, contains the following 4K remastered films:

●     Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

●     Gremlins (1984)

●     The Goonies (1985)

●     The Lost Boys (1987)

●     Enter the Dragon (1973) – New to 4k for 2023

The Modern Blockbusters 4K Collection (1990s-Today) pack, available 4th September 2023, contains the following 4K remastered films:

●     Goodfellas (1990)

●     Unforgiven (1992)

●     The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

●     Elvis (2022)

●     Training Day (1996) – New to 4k for 2023

Warner Bros. 100 Year Studio Collection Elements

The Warner Bros. 100 Year Studio Collection, available 19th September 2023, contains the following 4K remastered films, with more to be announced:

●     The Wizard of Oz (1939)

●     The Maltese Falcon (1941) – New to 4k for 2023

●     Citizen Kane (1941)

●     Casablanca (1942)

●     Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

●     Rebel Without a Cause (1955) – New to 4k for 2023

●     Giant (1956)

●     Cool Hand Luke (1956) – New to 4k for 2023

●     A Clockwork Orange (1971)

●     Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

●     The Exorcist (1973) – New to 4k for 2023

●     Enter the Dragon (1973) – New to 4k for 2023

●     Superman: The Movie (1980)

●     Blade Runner (1982)

●     The Goonies (1985)

●     BeetleJuice (1988)

●     Batman (1989)

●     Goodfellas (1990)

●     Unforgiven (1992)

●     The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

●     The Matrix (1999)

●     IT (2017)

●     Training Day (2001) – New to 4k for 2023

●     Argo (2010)

●     Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

●     A Star is Born (2018)

●     Elvis (2022)

Warner Bros. was founded by Albert, Sam, Harry and Jack Warner and incorporated on 4th April 1923. Today, the Studio, which is part of Warner Bros. Discovery, is home to one of the most successful collections of brands in the world and stands at the forefront of every aspect of the entertainment industry, from feature film, television and direct-to-consumer production to animation, comic books, videogames, consumer products, themed entertainment, studio tours and brand licensing. The Studio’s vast library, one of the most prestigious and valuable in the world, consists of more than 145,000 hours of programming, including 12,500 feature films and 2,400 television programs comprised of more than 150,000 individual episodes. Warner Bros. is also home to one of the most diverse portfolios of adored franchises in the world, including Looney Tunes, Wizarding World, DC, FRIENDS, Game of Thrones, Hanna-Barbera and many more. 

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  1. Superman is from 1978, not 1980

    • That is true, but it clearly states Superman 2 which was out in 1980.

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