As previously reported on CBn, the ‘Ultimate Edition’ James Bond DVDs were set to be released individually in February 2007 in the US. They will presumably be in normal DVD case packaging, and not the slimcases contained in the current boxed sets.
The Digital Bits now reports that this first wave of Bond DVDs is set specifically for release on 6 February.
There is, however, one catch: The individual releases will only be single-disc editions. The second disc, filled with new and old special features will not be included. Thus, the only extras available will be the audio commentaries for each film.
Each DVD will retail for $14.98 and the first set of releases (yes, keep rolling your eyes, you didn’t honestly think the US would get all the Bond films released at once, did you?!) include: Goldfinger, Thunderball, The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only, Licence To Kill, and GoldenEye on 6 February.
No details have been released in regards to whether or not the individual releases will use the same cover artwork.
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