Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the imminent arrival of its first three 50GB dual-layer Blu-ray movies.
All three titles were authored by the Sony Pictures Digital Authoring Center and manufactured by Sony.
"As consumers make the leap to Blu-ray's incredible high-definition picture and cinema quality audio, they want access to a diverse selection of content packed with added-value features and reference titles," said David Bishop, president of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Sony has already released a number of high-definition movies since the initial launch of Blu-ray on 20 June, including 50 First Dates, The Fifth Element, Hitch, House of Flying Daggers, xXx, Ultraviolet, Underworld: Evolution, Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, The Benchwarmers, Stealth, RV, Silent Hill, Into the Blue, Memento, SWAT, A Knight's Tale, The Big Hit and Tears of the Sun.
Sony intends to release Blu-ray disc content throughout the fourth quarter, including Monster House on 24 October and Little Man on 7 November.
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