Amazon is currently out-of-stock of today’s Ultra HD Blu-ray release of Blade Runner: The Final Cut. The new 4k edition from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment features enhanced color depth with High Dynamic Range (HDR) specifications, 2160p video resolution, and a Dolby Atmos soundtrack (more details on the release here).
This isn’t the first time Amazon has sold out of a popular new Blu-ray title. Last month’s release of the blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was temporarily out of stock, as well as February’s release of Doctor Strange to disc formats. Many point at Disney’s relationship with Amazon as the major culprit for the supposed inventory problems, but seeing as Blade Runner: The Final Cut is a Warner Bros. title that logic doesn’t seem to apply here.
It’s probably just a temporary problem, but who would order something without a shipping date provided?