This is a unique one. The film was finished at 3.2K and was shot in 6.5K using a high quality camera. Even films mastered at 3.2K have more than three times the pixels as an ordinary 1080p Blu-ray. This titles should see a noticeable improvement over a standard Blu-ray. Check the information below to see if the studios have upgraded the video with HDR or added immersive Dolby Atmos or DTS:X audio tracks.
Shot in 6.5K and 3.4K
VFX Rendered in 3.2K (unconfirmed, but likely due to the DI and editing)