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Initial post: 23 Jul 2010 11:47:08 BDT
Are the discs in this steelbook exactly the same as in the regular version? Or to put it another way, is it only the packaging that has been changed in this version?

Posted on 23 Jul 2010 19:34:46 BDT
S. Malcolm says:
only the packaging is different, and some bonus art cards in the steelbook version. I'd hold out on buying now though, as a remastered edition is coming out in the next month.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jul 2010 22:12:29 BDT
Thanks for the quick response, and the reason I ask this is because I own this edition, and was wondering whether the discs were the same, so that when i send off my disc 1, they will send me back a disc that matches the other one, if you get my meaning! Are you going to send off to replace the disc, or are you going to wait a while?

Posted on 24 Jul 2010 10:10:07 BDT
S. Malcolm says:
They said it'll be about a month until the new discs are in stock so I will wait a while. I have the steelbook edition and can only guess the discs match your edition. However, I suspect they do match as they contain the same content. Also, as Universal aren't repackaging the film, ie, new cover art etc, they're just swapping the discs in the new stock, I think it'll match with the current set.

In reply to an earlier post on 24 Jul 2010 13:47:14 BDT
Ah right, I'll do the same as you! I meant to say earlier that i do have the steelbook version, not this one, sorry for the confusion, so I have the same one you do! I'm going to wait until they actually have the discs in stock, just to be safe, i think!

Posted on 28 Jul 2010 07:13:36 BDT
Hello guys,

I have two question and if you could help me, it would be great :)
Do bluray movies have region code and is this version of Gladiator extended( Gladiator (2000) (2pc) (Ws Dub Spec Sub Ac3 Dol) [Blu-ray] [US Import] )?
I can find only in USA extended version of Gladiator ( RC 1 ), but I'm from Bosnia ( RC 2 ) and I don't know if it will work on my blueray player.
Or, I will need to wait new version of movie to see what will happen.

Thank you :)

Posted on 28 Jul 2010 19:35:53 BDT
S. Malcolm says:
Whilst DVDs are coded with numbers Region 1/2 etc, Blu-rays are done with the letters A, B and C. However, Universal (who owns the rights to Gladiator in the UK) release their Blu-rays region free. The theatrical and extended cuts are on the UK version which I think is region free.
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