Paramount, Dreamworks go HD DVD

  • Los Angeles (CA) – The HD DVD camp today received an exclusivity commitment from two major movie studios – a welcome commitment the group needs in its battle against Blu-ray.

    According to the announcement, Paramount and Dreamworks will publish home videos in HD DVD only, including titles from  Paramount Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, Dreamworks Animation Paramount Vantage, Nickelodeon Movies and MTV Films. The program will begin with the release of Blades of Glory on August 28, followed by Transformers and Shrek the Third.

    Today’s announcement does not include films directed by Steven Spielberg as his films are not exclusive to either format.

    The HD DVD group said that its format has "emerged as the most affordable way for consumers to watch their movies in high definition" and "offers consumers the chance to personalize the movie-watching experience, to interact with their movies and even to connect with a community of other fans."

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