Well, the digital release wound up being a week earlier so I just bought it for $14.99 on Vudu - these studios and services really need to get their ducks in a row with regard to their pricing model and availability of 4K content. For $24.99 you get a UHD disc that just has the feature, a Blu-ray that includes the bonus features, and a digital copy in 4K, but for 10 dollars less you get a 4K digital copy with all the bonus features... which for most people will be plenty for most films in 2018? But then having checked the Google Play store for this, they were charging a whopping $29.99 for the 4K digital copy of the film. $5 more than the disc copy, which... comes with a digital copy.mfunk9786 wrote: ↑Thu Apr 26, 2018 11:32 am4K UHD Blu-ray is a Best Buy exclusive, coming May 29th
Maximizing the way I can watch films in HDR on my far too expensive LG television is proving to be pretty complicated and far too disorganized to appeal to most consumers. I hope studios (something like MoviesAnywhere is a great start, although of course a few studios are holding out because of course they are) and these many many online marketplaces start to work in tandem more as time goes along to make this more of a mainstream friendly process, or it might hurt UHD discs just by proxy.