The individual titles will feature the films on 4K Ultra HD with HDR, Blu-ray discs of the films in hi-definition and a bonus Blu-ray Disc with behind-the-scenes content and special features.
“The wonderful thing about 4K technology is it gets closer to the resolution that we shot in film,” Nolan commented. “Photochemically finished films of 35mm have at least 6K resolution, IMAX films, upwards of 18K. So as home video formats keep evolving, 4K — particularly 4K with HDR, it allows us to give somebody at home an experience that’s much much closer to what it was like to see the original film prints as projected on film.”
If you’re a fan, this collection is a must-have.