The four Superman films starring Christopher Reeve have been upgraded to 4k and packaged in a 5-Film Collection on Ultra HD Blu-ray with Blu-ray and Digital copies for release on
April 18, 2023 May 9, 2023.
The Superman 5-Film Collection (1978-1987) includes Superman The Movie (the only title in this group previously released on 4k Blu-ray), Superman II (1980), Superman III (1983), Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987), and Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut (2006).
On 4k Blu-ray and in 4k Digital the movies are presented in 2160p resolution with HDR10 High Dynamic Range. Audio with the 4k Blu-ray and 4k Digital is provided in Dolby Atmos /TrueHD 7.1. The 1080p Blu-rays offer DTS-HD Master Audio 5. 1. Subtitles are provided in English SDH, French, and Spanish.
Runtimes of each movie are as follows: Superman The Movie (143 Mins.), Superman II (127 Mins.), Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut (116 Mins.), Superman III (125 Mins.), and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (90 Mins.)
Superman 5-Film Collection (2 Editions)
The 10-disc Superman 5-Film Collection has been packaged in a boxed set edition with photobook, certificate of authentication, and each movie a separate plastic 4k Blu-ray case (including Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut in its own case). The standard Superman 5-Film Collection (1978-1987) is list priced $134.98 and now $89.99 on Amazon.
Amazon Exclusive SteelBook Case edition
In the Superman 5-Film Collection Amazon Exclusive SteelBook Case edition, each movie is packaged in its own SteelBook case (including Superman II and Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut) with artwork printed on the outside and inside. The collection includes a Certificate of Authenticity, Photo Book, Superman ’78 #1 Collectible Comic Book, 3D Lenticular, and special features.
The Superman 5-Film Collection (1978-1987) 4k Blu-ray/Blu-ray/Digital SteelBook Library Case Amazon Exclusive Edition is pending pre-orders.
The 4k upgrades of Superman films celebrate Warner Bros.’ 100th Anniversary this year in which the studio is releasing four 25-film collections, a 100-film collection, and many single titles to 4k Blu-ray for the first time (see a list of Warner Bros. 100 releases).