At the time of this post most studios, and even smaller distributors like Shout! Factory, have started to release both new movies and back catalogue titles to 4K UHD [Ultra High-Definition] Blu-ray discs. Disney is currently the only major distributor not to show interest in the format, even for their newer movies. Looking at the top-selling home media titles for the week of October 10-16 shows a similar market share for both 3D and 4K titles, the former of which Disney is still supporting for current releases (and tops on this particular chart): Top Five Blu-ray 3D Sellers for Week Ending 10/16/16 (Per % of Total Unit Sales): Captain America: Civil War 3D (14%) Ghostbusters (5%) The Angry Birds Movie 3D (5%) X-Men: Apocalypse 3D (5%) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 3D (4%) Top Five UHD Blu-ray Sellers for Week Ending 10/16/16 (Per % of Total Unit Sales): Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 4K (8%) Warcraft 4K (8%) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows 4K (6%) X-Men: Apocalypse 4K (6%) Deadpool 4K (5%) Note that in this example, the 4K discs of Batman v Superman and X-Men: Apocalypse had a higher market share than their 3D equivalents. Given these statistics, it's not hard to imagine that popular Disney, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars titles would do well with 4K. Even in its infancy, there's clearly a demand by early adopters to engage in the format, in part because all of these 4K packages include the regular Blu-ray too. Disney was quick to get on board with Blu-ray back in 2006 and started releasing their animated classics to DVD just two years after that format first came to store shelves. There's still a chance Disney will eventually get on board with 4K, but when do you think that will happen? Do you think there are other factors (like the company's push for digital distribution) that are posing a conflict in this case?