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Default 'The Nightmare Before Christmas: 20th Anniversary Edition' is coming September 10

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Why should I buy this over the original BD that came out? Has anything changed in the last 6 years?
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If Disney did this right the 2D version would have a new transfer from the remastered 3D. But they'll probably Warner it and just repackage the old discs.
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If Disney did this right the 2D version would have a new transfer from the remastered 3D. But they'll probably Warner it and just repackage the old discs.
Maybe some bonus features exclusives?? Better/stronger 3D conversion?? These would be the only two things that I would consider re buying this flick again for.
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Maybe some bonus features exclusives?? Better/stronger 3D conversion?? These would be the only two things that I would consider re buying this flick again for.
New bonus features - Probably not, but it's possible.
New 3D conversion - There's basically no chance of this.

In most likelihood, this is just a repackaging of the previous 2D and 3D editions.
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Lets see, I've bought:
DVD
2D BD
2D Steelbook BD
3D BD

I don't think I need to buy it a 4th time on BD (How many dips is enough!)
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New bonus features - Probably not, but it's possible.
New 3D conversion - There's basically no chance of this.

In most likelihood, this is just a repackaging of the previous 2D and 3D editions.
Could we see a steel book?? Not enough to warrant a double dip though.
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Could we see a steel book?? Not enough to warrant a double dip though.
The movie previously had a Steelbook when the 2D edition was originally released. It was a Best Buy exclusive in the U.S. and Future Shop in Canada, I believe.
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In most likelihood, this is just a repackaging of the previous 2D and 3D editions.
Could they really have the guts to call it a '20th Anniversary Edition' and offer nothing new? Wouldn't the audience cry foul?

The 'The Goonies 25th Anniversary Edition' was pretty meh, but at least it offered some goodies.
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Could they really have the guts to call it a '20th Anniversary Edition' and offer nothing new? Wouldn't the audience cry foul?

The 'The Goonies 25th Anniversary Edition' was pretty meh, but at least it offered some goodies.
Disney gave fans a 20th anniversary edition of The Rocketeer that only had a window-boxed trailer (oh, and scene selections!). They also put out Grosse Point Blank, which was only labeled 15th anniversary because they decided to celebrate the age of the disc's shoddy, DVD master, source.
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