The film “48 Hrs.” (1982) and its sequel “Another 48 Hrs.”(1990) are both coming to 4K UHD Blu-ray on December 6th via Paramount Home Entertainment, according to retailers. “48 Hrs.” and “Another 48 Hrs.” were both directed by Walter Hill, and starred Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte. Also, a “48 Hrs. 2-Movie Collection” (pictured above) with both films will be coming to 4K UHD Blu-ray on the same day, December 6th.
These transfers for each film were approved by the director Walter Hill. The tech specs for the releases include 2160p video presentations in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio with HDR10 and Dolby Vision forms of high dynamic range. It’s likely that both films will receive Dolby TrueHD 5.1 lossless sound mixes, although it has not been confirmed. All of these releases will come in the form of a “combo pack” with the Blu-ray Disc counterpart(s) included along with a digital copy (code) for each film. Bonus materials for the films have not yet been detailed but should be identical to the previous Paramount Presents Blu-ray releases.
The 1990 sequel “Another 48 Hrs.” starring Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte is officially getting a new remasteredBlu-ray Disc release from Paramount Presents on July 6th. This release will be spine #20 in the series. The film, directed by Walter Hill, co-starred Brion James, Kevin Tighe, Ed O’Ross, Andrew Divoff, Bernie Casey, Brent Jennings, and Tisha Campbell. This movie has received a new 4K restoration. The tech specs for the release have not yet been detailed but you can very likely expect a 1080p HD presentation with lossless 5.1 surround sound. The release will come with a digital copy of the film. This is the very first time the film has been available on the Blu-ray format stateside.
The 1994 Adam Resnick directed comedy “Cabin Boy” to Blu-ray Disc on September 18th via Kino Lorber in a ‘Special Edition.’ The film’s tech specs have not yet been detailed, and there is not a pre-order yet available over at Amazon, but stay tuned for an update. Bonus materials set to be included on the release are listed below.
NEW Audio Commentary by star Chris Elliott and director Adam Resnick
NEW Interview with star Chris Elliott and director Adam Resnick
Archival cast & crew interviews featuring Chris Elliott, Ritch Brinkley, James Gammon, Brian Doyle-Murray, Brion James, Melora Walters, Russ Tamblyn, production designer Steven Legler and writer/director Adam Resnick
Newly commissioned art by Jacob Phillips
5 TV spots
Limited Edition O-Card [Blu-ray only]
Limited Edition booklet essay by film critic Nick Pinkerton [Blu-ray only]
Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature
Also, some reverse cover art will be available, as you’ll see pictured further below, after the break.