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More Dolby Vision movies announced

14 Apr 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

The first movies to be available in Dolby Vision (4K, HDR, and a wider color gamut) were announced in January. Warner has now added Man of Steel, Sherlock Holmes, and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows to the list.

Update: Rob Marshall's Chicago added to the list.

Movies in Dolby Vision

Warner is an early supporter of Dolby Vision and is currently the only studio to have announced titles in Dolby’s new format. You can soon experience Dolby Vision on living room TVs and in movie theatres.

The full list
  • Edge of Tomorrow
  • Into the Storm
  • The Lego Movie
  • Man of Steel
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
  • Chicago

    Dolby Vision at CES 2015


    - “By combining 4K resolution, high dynamic range, and a wider color gamut in our 4K Ultra HD Dolby Vision titles, we are able to offer a truly impactful home entertainment experience and bring audiences closer to the filmmaker’s vision,” said Jim Wuthrich, President, Americas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

    Dolby Vision is Dolby’s plan to take picture quality to the next level, but the company will face competition from open standards. The industry is planning to offer movies in HDR and wider color gamut without the Dolby Vision stamp. The coming Ultra HD Blu-ray players will support one mandatory HDR standard, whereas Dolby Vision is optional.

    VUDU has confirmed that it will offer movies in Dolby Vision from Warner. Netflix has said that it will start offering HDR content later this year. It expects to support two formats, one of them being Dolby Vision. A few days ago, Amazon announced its intention to stream HDR content, but made no mention of Dolby Vision.



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