Disney unveiled a particular Blu-ray assortment of animated films that may quickly be obtainable to the general public — but it surely will not be low-cost.
The leisure big stated Sunday that the three-volume “Disney Legacy Animated Movie Assortment” comprises Blu-ray copies of 100 films it has made through the years. It is going to value $1,500, in line with reviews.
Disney plans to launch the gathering on Nov. 14. It represents one of many firm’s newest strikes to mark its centennial. The studio was based on Oct. 16, 1923, by brothers Walt and Roy Disney.
The corporate will provide pre-orders for a “restricted variety of units” by Walmart’s web site, it stated. These will kick off on Sept. 18.
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A numbered certificates of authenticity will include them, in line with Disney.
The gathering contains a large breadth of titles comparable to “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Cinderella,” “One Hundred and One Dalmatians,” “The Lion King,” “Toy Story,” “Lilo & Sew,” “Discovering Nemo” and “Vehicles.” Motion pictures comparable to “Frozen,” “Encanto,” “Turning Crimson” and “Lightyear” additionally seem within the set.
For all 100 movies, prospects will obtain the accompanying digital codes. The three volumes, constructed with storybook-like packaging, additionally sport unique theatrical poster artwork for the flicks, in line with the corporate.
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On prime of that, Disney followers who purchase the field set will turn out to be the proprietor of a “collectible crystal Mickey ears hat with unique Disney 100 engraving” and a lithograph of Disney’s upcoming “Want” film as a part of the acquisition, the corporate stated. “Want,” an animated movie set to debut Nov. 22, options actors Ariana DeBose, Chris Pine and Alan Tudyk amongst its forged.
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The corporate’s market capitalization is about $151 billion.
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