Does anyone think that soon when Blu-Ray is standard format that whole trilogys could end up on one Dual Layer 200 GB disc. Cuz I have Star Wars Trilogy and it has 3 DVD's. I would much rather have all of it on 1 disc.
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I personally doubt it. Trying to charge boxed set pricing for only one disc would make marketing quite difficult for the studios. People want to feel like they are getting more for their money -- and one disc for $150 or whatever they decide to charge for that set would seem very overpriced for "only a single disc" to most people. Also, in most cases, the studio would want to release the films individually as well, so making a completely different disc set for the "all-in-one" set would seem like an unneeded expense.
Also, the 200 GB disc is 8 layers, not 2... and no one can say for sure if current players could be updated to play such discs. More than likely, those many-layered discs will be used for things like "Full 4k" movies or PC use -- not to dramatically extend the potential playing time of movies on the discs.
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