Studiocanal targets “TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D” Blu-ray release for late 2017.

As Terminator fans around the world anticipate the theatrical re-release of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” this summer with a brand new 3D conversion, Studiocanal is already prepping for its home video release. And apparently, fans won’t have to be waiting long to add the newest rendition of this science fiction classic to their home video library!

Studiocanal has reportedly confirmed that the Blu-ray release for “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D” will debut late this year, in the second half of 2017, likely on retail shelves in time for the holidays. This is certainly good news for all the fans around the world that live in countries that might not benefit from a theatrical cinema release.

Of course you’ll need a 3D television to enjoy the 3D conversion, but fans with out such luxuries will still be able to enjoy a beautiful 4K remastering, resulting in the best looking version of T2 to date.

There is no information at press time in regards to new special features, audio commentaries, and if the fan favorite remastered Special Edition of T2 will ever see the light of day.

We’ll be back!


4 thoughts on “Studiocanal targets “TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D” Blu-ray release for late 2017.”

  1. All I want from this is for them to include the themepark movie
    T2 3-D: Battle Across Time.

    I have all the Terminator movies on Blu-ray and I will see the T2 conversion on the big screen. But I’d absolutely love to have Battle Across Time on 3D-Bluray. For me, that’d be the main feature and the T2 conversion would be the bonus.

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    1. Battle Across Time would be a terrific 3-D bonus feature though it might be a bit odd to watch without the live actors! I suspect it won’t happen given the licensing and conversion costs though but it’s worth e-mailing studiocanal to ask they try.

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      1. We would love that, but it is our belief that it will not happen while either of the rides in Japan and Florida still run. Otherwise it would lose its potency as an exclusive attraction. We hope that helps.


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